[talk-ph] tutorial on OSM for newbies

Carlos Tirona carlos.tirona at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 03:16:31 BST 2010

Thanks for the reply. It took me a whole 2 days to get to your email. The discussions in the mailing list are too technical for me. Nakakahilo. 
I'm Makati-based so anywhere in Metro Manila is fine with me. Please do let me know. I would be interested in attending a hands-on tutorial.

Let's do this! Kelan tayo? Would like to meet the people behind this project and get a clearer picture of how I can contribute.


On Apr 21, 2010, at 9:04 PM, maning sambale wrote:

> This came up during the discussion last Marikina Mapping Party.  Do we
> just meet every quarter for mapping events?  There seems to be a need
> for some more hands-on tutorials.  Let's do it then!
> Bring your laptop and gps, find a good pub or cafe with wifi (good
> site to check for this: http://www.ka-fi.com/).
> If it is within my biking radius, I'll be there. :)
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 7:40 PM, Bart Bartolome
> <linuxbastard at paglalakbay.com> wrote:
>> Yeah more hands-on tutorials, that's what we need. :D
>> I've got traces and lots of POIs but adding it in is getting daunting.
>> The last edit I did was to add a previously missing bridge near our
>> place.  Am not confident or comfortable enough to add the POIs since I'm
>> tag-challenged.
>> On Wednesday, 21 April, 2010 04:14 PM, Carlos Tirona wrote:
>>> do you have regular meetings for newbies?
>>> would like to learn how to update the map with a hands-on tutorial.
>>> thanks!
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> maning
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