Today, Sunburned Surveyor announced on the firstname.lastname@example.org about new geospatial discussion group launched on Google Groups. The group has been called GeospatialGeometry. It’s available on Google Groups under following location: http://groups.google.com/group/GeospatialGeometry/
What is GeospatialGeometry group for?
This group provides a place to describe geometries used in geospatial applications. This includes geometry types, and operations and algorithms on geometries. It is geared towards geospatial application developers, with an emphasis on open source software.
For anonymous users, group can be accessed in read-only mode. If you want to read and post to this group, you have to become its member. Just click on the Join this group and follow a few steps to subscribe. At this moment, there are 13 members. I hope the group’s community will grow up shortly.
There are also other groups I’d recommend for everyone interested in geospatial applications:
comp.graphics.algorithms - devoted to algorithms used in producing computer graphics
comp.infosystems.gis - here you can discuss all aspects of Geographic Information Systems
All those groups are available through NNTP servers too.