The computer refresh is about to begin in the Toni O’Neill Spatial Research Lab.
If you have any data stored on the hard drives of ANY of the TOL computers that are NOT backed up somewhere go and make a backup.
The hard drives of these machines are “scratch space” so nothing will be saved from them as part of the refresh process – if you don’t rescue your data, it will be gone. Forever.
The ten computers up for refresh are:
Not all the upgrades will occur at once; only a few machines will be out of service at any one time.
If you need access to a particular computer at a specific time over the next few weeks, please contact me as soon as possible with your requirements.
I will provide as much notice as possible regarding the replacement of each computer.
Each computer up for refresh will be booked out using the TOL booking system as soon as its refresh period is confirmed.
Propose your ideas and how you would leverage Digital Globe’s GBDX and high-resolution satellite imagery to extract critical insights for your solution for a chance to compete in the 2018 Australia Sustainability Hackathon.
Successful submissions will be determined by the following criteria:
This Hackathon Challenge is only applicable to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. Read More
This March 31st, back up your important files!
According to www.worldbackupday.com:
One small accident or hard drive failure could destroy all the important stuff you care about – it’s not a happy though 😦
Don’t be an April Fool -> Take the Pledge
Scheduled maintenance will take place this weekend the 17th-18th March from 6pm Saturday to 8am Sunday. There will be intermittent outages to the majority of services during this time, some of which may affect TOL users.
Please take this work into consideration if you are planning on using TOL over the weekend.
There is a planned power outage for scheduled building maintenance that will affect the TOL happening on
Wednesday 21st March
between 5am and 8am
Do not schedule any long jobs over this period or plan to work in the lab over this time. If you come in the evening before, please shut down the computer you are working on and turn off the monitors.
The first SALtech Session of 2018 will be starting next Wednesday at 12.30.
How to make sure you have what you need when you get back to the office!
I have some resources that may help with your fieldwork trip planning and spatial data capture techniques. A little bit of pre-work can help you identify how best to capture your features of interest (points/lines/polygons?) and work out whether you have defined all the attributes you need, in a format that you will be able to use for the broadest variety of analysis options later.
RSVP under the cut – thanks 🙂