UPDATE (12 March 2014): The situation with JS.GEO 2014 seems to be a bit fluid and the information originally posted here is no longer accurate. As indicated by Steve Citron-Pousty, the current goal is to have the event occur with FOSS4G in Portland, though that does not appear to have been finalized. In short, don’t book travel yet.
@mappingmashups @smathermather @billdollins we are looking to try and combine with Foss4G @cwhelm
— (((TheSteve0))) (@TheSteve0) March 12, 2014
Information about the follow-up to last year’s JS.Geo event has been percolating back-channel for a few weeks now.
Now some official details have been posted. This year’s event will be held in April in San Francisco. I attended last year’s session, really liked the focused format, and got a lot of good information out of it. One thing that was nice was that, regardless of whether you are of an Esri or open-source persuasion in your development preferences, there was a lot of good information presented with a relative lack of hyperbole, which made it easy to focus on the content.
As Todd Barr eloquently points out, the April 2014 calender is somewhat crowded with geo-events but, based on last year’s event, I’d recommend putting JS.Geo at the top of the list.