[Osmf-talk] Humanitarian work (was: 2018 a third episode...)

Gregory sotm at livingwithdragons.com
Sat Dec 15 13:27:32 UTC 2018

What would be wrong with HOT dominating the OSMF Humanitarian Working Group?

I imagine there would be a lot of overlap of personnel.
The personnel would likely be sharing tools and communication methods at
times. For example, it would be terrible for a project to have two tasking
managers/systems, with trying to understand where had/hadn't been mapped.

Deciding the remit/description of the WG would be an interesting task, and
decide what communication and work took place within the WG rather than
other/existing external places.

>From the Western World,

On Sat, 15 Dec 2018 at 13:18, Christoph Hormann <chris_hormann at gmx.de>

> On Saturday 15 December 2018, Frederik Ramm wrote:
> >
> > Perhaps this should change! Why don't we accept the fact that HOT is
> > only one of many groups doing humanitarian work, and embrace the
> > topic ourselves. Let us create a "humanitarian working group" of the
> > OSMF which is then our go-to group for anything humanitarian, and
> > this working group can then either have small projects of their own,
> > or advise third parties, or interface with HOT and other groups where
> > necessary. If it works well, then this group could also provide
> > advice and coordination for humanitarian mapping projects in general.
> That would only work if it is ensured that HOT (or any other single
> organized interest group) does not dominate the working group -
> neither in terms of personell nor in terms of work culture.  I have my
> doubts this is feasible - but if it is that would be great.
> --
> Christoph Hormann
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