[talk-ph] Kumusta?

Eugene Alvin Villar seav80 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 01:23:26 BST 2010

Hi Craig,

Welcome to OpenStreetMap! We certainly could use more people knowledgeable
in GIS. The best place to start learning more is the OSM wiki:

We have an OSM member in Cebu City. He's Totor and he's on this mailing
list. You can contact him at his OSM user page:

We could definitely use a lot more GPS tracks of the roads in the Cebu
metropolitan area. That would be a good place to start. :-)

Good luck and if you have any specific questions, just e-mail the mailing
list and there will be people who will glad to help!

Eugene (osm:seav)

On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 7:20 AM, Craig <nuclearmoose at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello, everyone.
> This is just a short introductory note...
> My name is Craig Hartel, and I live in Dawson Creek, BC Canada. I am
> married to a Cebuana from Cebu City and I have family and friends there. I
> am a geomatics technician, working for the government of BC with the
> Ministry of Forests. I have been in the mapping field since 1992.
> My work has mostly centred around resource inventories and the issuance of
> tenures for road building and other resource development.
> I have a great love for the Philippines and I am eager to help with the
> mapping efforts. I would guess it would be logical for me to start in the
> Cebu City / Talisay City area as those are where I am most familiar.
> While new to OSM, I hope to quickly learn how to use the available tools
> and contribute in a meaningful way. I also have contacts in Cebu who have
> GPS units who have stated that the would collect data points whenever they
> can.
> I've joined the OSM - Philippines member list already, and I would love to
> hear you recommendations for the best tool set(s) to use for mapping
> purposes.
> Any advice you have would be appreciatively received.
> Salamat po!
> Craig.
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