[talk-ph] OSMPH chatroom
govvin at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 07:11:39 UTC 2016
Let us learn from each other ;). Thank you for the invite, Rally.
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On Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 2:16 PM, Rally de Leon <ralleon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I would like to invite you to OSMPH chatroom osmph.slack.com
> This is meant to replace our earlier experimental Discord.
> It is open to public and you can invite yourself using your email at:
> How is this different?
> It is currently (relatively) unstructured - like we don't know what it is
> yet or what it will be.
> It can become your local quick source mapping tips and Q&A. Easily search
> for previous discussions, since it is searchable. It is linked to our osmph
> event's google calendar. It has an anonymous channel, etc.
> Here, it's like having many small cubicles for small talks about any
> particular mapping interests. Shy and low-profile members can
> simultaneously talk and ask questions freely among their same-interest
> sub-groups in separate channels, without worrying about interrupting any
> hotter or more important issues on the general discussion table.
> Discuss wider range of topics from seemingly irrelevant to newbie's
> frequently ask questions, to more technical discourse, do skill-sharing,
> share an idea, or plan workshops and mapping parties, or have simple
> Your guidelines:
> Post in English, Filipino or Taglish, as long as you don't use a lot of
> "po" and "opo," (kasi nakaka-feeling matanda "poh" yan sa ilang tao dito)
> The other suggested chatroom rule is simple: "don't be a jerk." Orayt? ;-)
> BTW, you can also introduce some words from local dialect in the interest
> of teaching the community some terminologies you are accustomed with, to
> understand local cultures, to bridge the communications gaps, to improve
> objects/words translations, all that may be relevant to mapping.
> We are inclusive. Let us learn from you.
> Let's see how it goes. See you there.
> Rally :-)
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