[Osmf-talk] OSM Foundation sign-up at SotM 2013
kate at maploser.com
Tue Jul 2 04:54:54 UTC 2013
Actually there is movement to certifying people in OpenStreetMap, but
not an international type of certification (unless there is one I'm
not aware). The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team is creating a
curriculum in Indonesia which will hopefully be approved to be a
government certified training course.
There has been thought of doing a wider sort of certification, since
there are certainly countries where this is valuable to people.
On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 6:54 PM, Oleksiy Muzalyev
<oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch> wrote:
> On 01.07.2013 09:14, Simon Poole wrote:
>> ...a paper ...
> Paper is a good material too. Or it could be a combination of paper and
> plastic (laminated card). Plastic cards also differ a lot, - there are
> waterproof plastic cards, cards with a hologram, one-side vs. two-sides
> print, etc.
> If it is acceptable from a legal point of view, it would be good to have
> a OSMF membership card with a photo and name. The same about a written
> document on completion of a workshop or a training course.
> There are certification systems in the field of programming, in foreign
> language learning, in product photography, etc. Why not in OpenStreeMap
> cartography and geographic information system?
> In any case, - paper, plastic, or a combination of two - the task and
> cost of mailing membership cards to owners remain.
> Certainly such membership cards or certification system is not easy to
> implement. Besides there was no research yet if there is a demand.
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