[HOT] New HOT voting members approved!
emir.hartato at gmail.com
Tue Feb 4 09:11:56 UTC 2014
First of all thank you for putting me as one of voting member of HOT.
My name is Emir Hartato, born and live in Bogor, work in Jakarta,
Indonesia. I got involved with HOT since my 3rd year of my study in
Department of Geography University of Indonesia (that's 2012) as an intern
for Community Mapping Pilot with Kate Chapman and Jeff Haack. I would never
expect things are going to be such an amazing experience for me. Before I
joined HOT, I never have any idea about OpenStreetMap and open source
software for geospatial. My department was kind of commercial minded as
they're teaching their students using commercial software but since HOT
came in, it starts to change. People have more awareness that there are
free maps and free open source software for geospatial. And I'm glad I
become part of this movement because I can learn things that I couldn't get
in my study.
My work with HOT also very broad. Some of them are:
1. Maintaining communities and remote assistance through social media,
2. Leading OSM/QGIS/InaSAFE training, developing training materials and
curriculum for Scenario Development for Contingency Planning (available
here http://inasafe.org and for development version is here
3. Translating all tools and documentation into English to Bahasa Indonesia
(and vice versa),
*Moreover about project in Indonesia*
*Short interview article* by Katrina Engelsted: Faces of HOT: Emir Hartato,
one of HOT´s Indonesian team
*Recent blogpost: *Putting Free and Open Source Software Under-Stress for
Producing Jakarta flood Map
*Twitter: @emirhartato *(p.s. I tweet a lot!)
Looking forward to know the other voting members :)
*Best Regards,Emir Hartato*
On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 2:44 PM, Manfred A. Reiter <ma.reiter at gmail.com>wrote:
> Congrats to all,
> and esp. to Rafa :) our very proactive member of the galician OSM Comenius
> 2014-02-03 Jaakko Helleranta.com <jaakko at helleranta.com>:
>> Dear all new HOT voting members, FYI all "old" voting members & the HOT
>> community at large,
>> I'm happy to announce that the nominations of and elections for new HOT
>> voting members have resulted in 18 new voting members for HOT! Welcome all!
>> The new voting members list is below.
>> We'll be arranging (first ever) orientations to the new voting members in
>> the next two weeks to make sure that everyone knows what (all things) HOT
>> is, how the organization operates and what is the role of voting members.
>> E.g. we'll be electing a Chair (person) for the organization and a new
>> board in the coming weeks. But we'll contact you separately on all this.
>> .. Should there be "old" voting members who'd like to pitch in to
>> preparing / doing the orientations, please get in contact.
>> So, again, welcome all! And thanks to Boris and Kate for making the
>> nomination/election process happen.
>> If you want you're most welcome to reply with a blurb about you and how
>> you got/are involved with HOT, your HOT story, if you may. I wrote mine at
>> the bottom for a sort of an example. In fact, thinking about it, I think
>> it wouldn't be a bad thing is also some (other) old members also feel
>> inclined to write their HOT story. Good to know who's who in this zoo and
>> where are people coming from :) . Perhaps we could even post these stories
>> someone online - under an About us section at our website? Just a thought..
>> But now: The new voting members of HOT!
>> *New voting member* Amadou Ndong Andrew Buck Augustin Doury Awa
>> Laye Dia Bass Thiam Claire Halleux Dale Kunce Emir Hartato François-Xavier
>> Lamure Tardieu Jorieke Vynche Maning Sambale Rafael Ávila Coya Russell
>> Deffner Sam Larsen Samuel Paul Alce Stéphane Henriod Will Skora Yohan
>> That is quite an impressive list, eih!?
>> My "HOT story":
>> Originally from Finland, moved to the US (DC) over 10 years ago. I got
>> involved with HOT during the Haiti earth quake of 2010 and when I lived in
>> Haiti for 3 years. I've done most of my mapping<http://hdyc.neis-one.org/?jaakkoh>in Haiti and Dominican Republic and I've worked in the field with HOT (in
>> Haiti) and pitched into developing some new projects for HOT.
>> Currently living in Nicaragua trying to learn Spanish and getting engaged
>> with the local mapping community (http://mapanica.net).
>> HOT is hot because I think that (it's obvious by now that)
>> Open(Street)Mapping can have a huge positive impact in humanitarian work
>> and making (economic) development work better.
>> http://osm.org/user/jaakkoh & http://about.me/jaakkoh
>> What's your HOT story?
>> With welcoming regards,
>> jaakko at helleranta.com * Skype: jhelleranta * Mobile: +505-8845-3391 (Nicaragua)
>> * Voice(mail) / SMS / What's app: +1-202-730-9778 *
>> HOT mailing list
>> HOT at openstreetmap.org
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