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BIMserver Q&A session 23 October 2015
In the afternoon of Friday October 23 there will be a BIMserver (or actually open source BIM) Q&A Session in Eindhoven. This is the afternoon before the start of the AEC Hackathon (www.aechack.nl).
Goal of the session is to steer everyone with questions in the right direction for a solution. We won't do the programming for you, but will help you when you are stuck, don't know the next step, or don't know where to start.
Just to be clear: there will be nó presentations. Show us your problem on your laptop and we'll go from there. In a way it is the same as the BIMserver breakfast events we did years ago. But this time you don't have to get up so damn early.
- Eindhoven university of technology, the Netherlands
- Vertigo Building (the green one)
- Floor 9
We are guests at the "Information Systems in the Built Environment" group. When you come out of the elevators, take the right door. After going through that door you see the coffee machine and a big orange coach on the right side. This is where we meet.
Ruben (BIMserver), Thomas (IfcOpenShell) and Léon (serving coffee) will be there from 15.00 hours on. Join whenever you want. Not sure how long we will stay, because we will join the beer drinking event from www.aechack.nl afterwards.
- a small request by AEChack organisation: We need to move chairs from Vertigo building to the Gaslab. If a few people could help us get chairs to the building next door after the session but before drinking beer ;-) this would be very much appreciated!
When you plan to attend, please put your name, e-mail and summary of your question(s) on this page. When you don't have a github account or don't understand how to edit this wiki, it's probably better not to attend.
There will be coffee, wifi and since we are at the ISBE group most likely a nice open atmosphere with lots of smart people walking around. Talking about lots of smart people walking around. This event is part of the openBIMweek. Have a look at www.openbimweek.org for other events.
Oh, and yes... it's free.
Name; e-mail; question
- Léon van Berlo; email@example.com; how to use the new bimvie.ws
- Stijn van Schaijk; firstname.lastname@example.org; how to write my own internal service
- Jakob Beetz; email@example.com; how to use the IFC2RDF plugin to generate ifcOWL
- Thomas Krijnen; firstname.lastname@example.org; all of the above!
- Andrew Warren Bailey; email@example.com; General interest in how BIMserver works with IFC, BCF, COBie, and other standards. Based in New York, NY.
- Marc Dankers: firstname.lastname@example.org; interested in automating model checking through BIMserver plugins
- Ruben de Laat; email@example.com; how can I install BIMserver on my iPhone?
- Mohamad Alamili; firstname.lastname@example.org; meeting any participants of the AECHack the following day
- Rick Klooster; email@example.com; how to really apply BIM server & related tools to setup an city wide BIM ecosystem tightly related to a 3D city model which is being showed in WebGL using the Cesium framework.
- Jakko Heinen; firstname.lastname@example.org; How to use an ifcviewer as a dialog in your code.
- Remco Balvert; email@example.com; How to merge large ifc models.
- Veljko Petrovic; firstname.lastname@example.org; How to contribute when tied by the NDA.
- Petar Andreev; email@example.com; Chatting about BIM server.
- Lawri van Buël; firstname.lastname@example.org; Bimserver as a Hosted application.
- Floris van Geel; email@example.com; Bimserver, Roadmap and Future plans.
- BIMscript/Jenca; firstname.lastname@example.org; How we can integrate version control and model differentiation algorithms between model check-ins. Also, how to ensure the technology stack is adaptive enough for the unknown future.