[Osmf-talk] Welcome Mat for Organizations
mikel.maron at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 15:02:01 UTC 2018
The Welcome Mat was conceived at the 2017 Board F2F meeting, it's an OSMF project. It made sense for the Advisory Board to have a role -- that includes Corporate Members and Local Chapters. It might seem corporate/humanitarian centered, since the audience for it are organizations working in OSM. Certainly this site can improve even more, and suggestions and pull requests are welcome.
No opinion from me on whether openstreetmap or osmfoundation GitHub organization is more appropriate.
* Mikel Maron * +14152835207 @mikel s:mikelmaron
On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 9:55:35 AM EST, Tom Hughes <tom at compton.nu> wrote:
On 28/11/2018 14:26, Mikel Maron wrote:
> > https://welcome.openstreetmap.org/about-osm-community/consumers/
> "Of course, like everything in OpenStreetMap, it's a work in progress,
> and will continue to improve at
> There's been a lot of ideas floated about this page
> https://github.com/osmfoundation/welcome-mat/issues/13. The issue is
> clsoed because we got enough done for launch, but it can reopen with
> specific work done. Ultimately we need work put in and Pull Requests to
> consider to make this page better.
It did occur to me earlier that the repo should really be under
openstreetmap rather than osmfoundation? I can move it if you like.
>> further maintainance and improvement of this to the CWG
> It's not a topic which has come up yet, as we were just focused on
> publishing the site. It made sense for the Advisory Board to take the
> lead to launch it, since they have the experience to know what they wish
> they had known before. And the CWG has quite a lot on its plate already.
> Certainly makes sense for the Advisory Board and CWG to discuss future
Isn't the advisory board's role to advise? I didn't realise they
were going to actively produce things. Certainly when you asked
to link to this from the web site I had no idea it was a product of
the advisory board although it did seem a bit corporate/humanitarian
Tom Hughes (tom at compton.nu)
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