[Talk-in] Fwd: Collaborating with OSM Community

Yogesh योगि yogesh at karnatakaeducation.org.in
Tue Jun 30 19:33:19 UTC 2015

Hey everyone,

FSMK(Free Software Movement Karnataka) has been conducting residential 
camps in various engineering colleges every year for students completely 
dedicated to Free and Open Source Software technologies.

In the last year's camp, we had a OSM 
and it would be great if members from OSM community can collaborate with 
FSMK for the OSM event in this year's camp(http://camp.fsmk.org/) as 
well and take it further with college GLUGs(GNU/Linux User Groups).

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Subject: 	Collaborating with OSM Community
From: 	Shijil <shijil at fsmk.org>

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We could not take the relationship with OSM as a community in
later activities. We would like to explore how we can both work
together as like-minded communities starting with this camp.

In the current context of upcoming camp (camp.fsmk.org), we look
forward to OSM's support beyond inviting resource persons to conduct
the workshop, to collaborate effectively in various areas. One options
is to collaboratively organize events by leveraging the strong network
of GLUGs in engineering colleges across Karnataka.. Please feel free
to share with rest of your organizers and we can discuss further.

As an immediate action item we would request few of OSM community
members to be available during camp. We would like to allocate 1-2
hours of slot during the camp to introduce about the community and
different other initiatives. We also plan off line mapping activities
for a hands on mapping experience during the camp.

We hope that such collaboration will help people from both
communities to an exposure to each other.

Though we discussed this many times , I just made this mail bit formal
to set the context clear for others if you are thinking of forwarding
it to someone from the community.

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