[HOT] Save the Date(s): HOT Community Meetings & Note from HOT Interim Executive Director
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Sat May 16 15:07:27 UTC 2015
We had a thing called "HOT chats" a while ago:
In fact records indicate we didn't do one of these since 2012. Can't believe it's been that long. Obviously we've had a load of IRC meetings since then, but never a general HOT community gathering like this. I quite liked them, I've been meeting to get the HOT chats happening again.
So I hope you don't mind Tyler, I've listed these two meetings on that page. I know it sounds a bit casual to call this a "HOT chat" and I think this particular meeting will be a more directed a purposeful, but I'm also hoping it can be a re-start of more regular IRC meetings (and we should try a mumble HOT chat too some time)
From: Tyler Radford <tyler.radford at hotosm.org>
To: hot at openstreetmap.org
Sent: Thursday, 14 May 2015, 1:28
Subject: [HOT] Save the Date(s): HOT Community Meetings & Note from HOT Interim Executive Director
Meeting 1: Tuesday 19 May 15:30 UTC via IRC (chat) https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.oftc.net/hotMeeting 2: Wednesday, 20 May 13:00 UTC [Look for meeting details early next week]
Dear HOT Community,
Over the past two and a half weeks, you have made an incredible difference in Nepal. By many measures, the HOT community response has arguably been larger than any in the past -- averaging close to 1 million map edits and 1000 contributors per day in the first 10 days. I personally feel very proud, and also humble, to be surrounded by such an intelligent and committed team supported by dedicated partners.
I'd like to invite you to participate in a series of community meetings next week. The meetings will serve as dedicated time to answer questions you may have for me or for HOT in general. The past two and half weeks have not been without challenges, and by coming together, we can discuss ways to overcome these challenges and improve the services we provide.
As we proceed with our work in the weeks ahead, we should continue to be guided by our core humanitarian mission: to serve as a bridge between the OpenStreetMap community and humanitarian responders on the ground. Our role is one of service, and through this service we have the very real ability to contribute to saving and improving the lives of disaster survivors. My role is also service to you - to help enable you to more effectively carry out this mission. Kindly join us next week for either meeting, and I look forward to talking with you then.
With warm regards,
Tyler RadfordInterim Executive Directoremail: tyler.radford at hotosm.orgU.S. mobile: +1 617.285.2009Twitter: @TylerSRadford
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