[HOT] academic node
nicolas.chavent at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 09:54:04 GMT 2011
Thanks for sharing this. This adds to the long relationship built up with
MapAction by some of us prior the creation of HOT. Asides of a continuous
dialogue, the joint deploy to Haiti in March 2010, Jerry and Nick from
OSM-UK attended one of their Simulation Exercise and without Japan we would
have welcomed some of their folks in Beg Meil (France) for the Humanitarian
Mapping Party this WE.
Would be great to develop from the series of HOT Field Guides, training
frameworks, support materials for HOT lectures in Academic materials that
could feed in MA capacity building package with the view of having them
working as closely as possible with/within OSM in their preparation and on
the ground work.:
* their Guides; discussion on-going
* their Course; dicsusion to be started
* their exercises; on-going
Next steps there will be joint review of the next release of our guides and
other relevant materials and identification of the blocks relevant to feed
such a course
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 9:54 AM, Sam Larsen <samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> I have been in contact with some MapAction folks recently & may be able to
> contribute a HOT/OSM section to the following course:
> I am sure others on this list will have links with MapAction also, so this
> be an opportunity for us to collaborate & create some HOT/OSM relevant
> for their processes. I am unsure how much they will use, but early
> from the member i have spoken with with are that they would be very keen to
> some input from us.
> >From: "Verhelst, Lieke" <lieke.verhelst at wur.nl>
> >To: nicolas chavent <nicolas.chavent at gmail.com>
> >Cc: "hot at openstreetmap.org" <hot at openstreetmap.org>
> >Sent: Wed, 23 March, 2011 7:53:48
> >Subject: Re: [HOT] academic node
> >Hi Nicolas & everybody on HOT,
> >You can count us in as an academic node for HOT as per now!
> >Our website is: http://www.grs.wur.nl/UK/
> >twitter: @wurcgi
> >I suggest that you contact me "off-mailinglist" for details on long term
> >best regards, Lieke
> From: nicolas chavent [mailto:nicolas.chavent at gmail.com]
> >Sent: dinsdag 22 maart 2011 16:50
> >To: Verhelst, Lieke
> >Cc: hot at openstreetmap.org
> >Subject: Re: [HOT] Planning a map-athon for Japan..which part to map?
> >Hey Lieke
> >Many thanks for getting in touch. Great that you set up this map-athon
> >your academic workplace. In the long run, HOT is working towards
> >academic nodes in support of HOT activation or more long term HOT
> projects. I
> >did not had time to be engaged in the japan earthquaek/tsunami response
> but I
> >am sure that someone from HOT or from OSM JP will provide some mapping
> >(area and features to be mapped).
> >Excellent day
> >On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 1:54 PM, Verhelst, Lieke <lieke.verhelst at wur.nl>
> >Dear HOT members
> >>We are a team of GIS and Remote Sensing students and researchers in
> >>Wageningen the Netherlands.
> >>Next Thursday we will organise a 3 hour benefit OSM map-athon for
> >>(17:00 -20:00 GMT+1).
> >>We are hoping to have some 40 people involved, so my question is: do
> you have
> >>a particular area that we can work on at that time?
> >>By the way, the video and blog are very informative! Thanks!!
> >>Met vriendelijke groeten, Regards,
> >>Lieke Verhelst MSc.
> >>Alterra, onderdeel van Wageningen UR
> >>Centrum voor Geo-informatie
> >>Postbus 47, 6700 AA, Wageningen
> >>Wageningen Campus, Gebouw GAIA (100)
> >>Droevendaalsesteeg 3, 6708 PB, Wageningen
> >>Tel. +31 (0)317 481658
> >>HOT mailing list
> >>HOT at openstreetmap.org
> >Nicolas Chavent
> >Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
> >Mobile (Haiti): +509 389 583 05
> >Mobile (France): +33 6 89 45 54 58
> >Landline (FRA): +33 2 97 26 23 08
> >Email: nicolas.chavent at gmail.com
> >Skype: c_nicolas
> >Twitter: nicolas_chavent
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Mobile (Haiti): +509 389 583 05
Mobile (France): +33 6 89 45 54 58
Landline (FRA): +33 2 97 26 23 08
Email: nicolas.chavent at gmail.com
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