[OSM-talk-ie] OpenStreetMap is 10 years old this Sat - Meetup?
davecorley at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 19:24:14 UTC 2014
Thanks for the quick response.
I think to make it worth while for those traveling up from the country
there should be something in Tóg if we can get the space.
Some suggestions on how to fill the day (for those not hacking on something)
- A class on transitioning from the iD editor to the JOSM editor
- A class on address mapping (surveying, tools, methods, workflow etc)
- A class on townland mapping
These are just suggestions so if anyone else has other ideas, please shout.
The first 2 suggestions above I can do if someone else wants to take on the
Also, on the day, I want to bring up the subject of formally organising
ourselves into a proper entity.
I returned to Ireland yesterday. Yes we should do something. I can
organise TOG if needed. It'd take ~5 days to book, but I'm sure it's a
What could we do in TOG? A social meet up / hang out?
Bull and Castle sounds good.
Since it's so close, I suggest we move very fast.
On 05/08/14 03:52, Dave Corley wrote:
> Hi all,
> So OSM is 10 years old this Sat and groups are meeting up all over the
> world to celebrate and I think we should too.
> This was spoken about loosely at the last meetup and seeing as its only a
> few days away we should probably start seeing about nailing down details.
> I know Rory is away on holidays so I don't know what the story is with
> having a meetup during the day in Tóg, Maybe if you are still checking
> mails Rory, you could let us know the lay of the land on this side of
> In the event there is not to be a daytime meetup (or even if there is), I
> would suggest we return to what seems to have become "the regular spot",
> The Bull & Castle, and meet there around 6 in the evening for some beers
> and mappy chat.
> I'll see if I can rummage up a cake too :)
> So....who's up for it?
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