Talk-us-sfbay -- OpenStreetMap in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California in general

 

About Talk-us-sfbay

The OpenStreetMap community in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California in general. Subscribe to the talk-us mailing list for the broader U.S. community. This list is also available on Gmane as gmane.comp.gis.openstreetmap.region.sfbay.



This list has opted into the OpenStreetMap U.S. Code of Conduct.
Encouraged Behaviors
  • Be welcoming. OpenStreetMap U.S. strives to be a community that welcomes and supports people of all backgrounds and identities. Some examples of behavior that contribute to creating a positive environment include:
    • The use of welcoming and inclusive language;
    • Respect for differing viewpoints and experiences;
    • Empathy towards other community members.
  • Be considerate and patient. Actively seek to acknowledge, respect, and understand fellow community members. Our community depends on the work of each other to maintain and strengthen the health and integrity of OpenStreetMap. Any decision you make may affect others, and those consequences should be taken into account. While critique is a natural and important part of our culture, good critiques are kind, respectful, clear, and constructive.
  • Assume good faith. It is surprisingly easy to misunderstand each other, be it online or in person; particularly in such a culturally and linguistically diverse setting as OpenStreetMap US. Misunderstandings can easily arise when we are in a rush, or otherwise distracted. Please ask clarifying questions before assuming that a communication was inappropriate.
  • Be respectful. Enthusiastic discussions are part of the lifeblood of a successful project but can also lead to disagreements. We should strive to keep our discussions and disagreements appropriate. Members of the OpenStreetMap U.S. community should be respectful when dealing with others, within and outside of the global OpenStreetMap community. We note, however, that non-OpenStreetMap U.S. spaces are not part of this Code of Conduct.
  • When we disagree, try to understand why. Disagreements, both social and technical, happen easily and often. It is important that we seek to understand each other and work to resolve disagreements and differing views constructively. When someone contradicts your own perceptions, try to understand where the other person is coming from. Try to ask questions that will serve to clarify, rather than to escalate, an issue.

Untolerated Behaviors
Examples of untolerated behaviors include, but are not limited to:
  • Violent threats or language directed against another person, including deliberate intimidation or harassment (online or in-person);
  • Verbal, written, or physical abuse;
  • Discrimination of any person or group of persons;
  • Discriminatory jokes and language;
  • Conduct or speech which might be considered sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic, ableist or otherwise discriminatory or offensive in nature;
  • The use of unwelcome, suggestive, derogatory or inappropriate nicknames or terms;
  • Disrespect towards others (ex. personal insults, innuendo);
  • Posting sexually explicit or violent material, or including this content in events such as conference presentations, talks, workshops, or parties;
  • Posting (or threatening to post) other people's personally identifying information ("doxing");
  • Inappropriate attention or contact. Be aware of how your actions affect others. If it makes someone uncomfortable, stop. This includes:
    • Continued unwelcomed one-on-one communication after a request to cease
    • Unwelcome sexual attention
    • Repeated harassment of others. In general, if someone asks you to stop, then stop.
  • Sustained disruptions of community events and discussions;
  • Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior.

The full Code of Conduct can be found on the wiki.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Talk-us-sfbay Archives.

Using Talk-us-sfbay
To post a message to all the list members, send email to talk-us-sfbay@openstreetmap.org.

You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, in the sections below.

Subscribing to Talk-us-sfbay

Subscribe to Talk-us-sfbay by filling out the following form. You will be sent email requesting confirmation, to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you. This is a private list, which means that the list of members is not available to non-members.

    Your email address:  
    Your name (optional):  
    You may enter a privacy password below. This provides only mild security, but should prevent others from messing with your subscription. Do not use a valuable password as it will occasionally be emailed back to you in cleartext.

    If you choose not to enter a password, one will be automatically generated for you, and it will be sent to you once you've confirmed your subscription. You can always request a mail-back of your password when you edit your personal options.
    Pick a password:  
    Reenter password to confirm:  
    Which language do you prefer to display your messages?  
    Would you like to receive list mail batched in a daily digest? No Yes
Talk-us-sfbay Subscribers
(The subscribers list is only available to the list members.)

Enter your address and password to visit the subscribers list:

Address: Password:   

To unsubscribe from Talk-us-sfbay, get a password reminder, or change your subscription options enter your subscription email address:

If you leave the field blank, you will be prompted for your email address


Talk-us-sfbay list run by talk-us-sfbay-owner at openstreetmap.org
Talk-us-sfbay administrative interface (requires authorization)
Overview of all openstreetmap.org mailing lists

Delivered by Mailman
version 2.1.26
Python Powered GNU's Not Unix Debian Powered