[Talk-us] Mark your calendars for the #BirthdaySprint! (Now with snazzy website!)
kathleen.danielson at gmail.com
Wed Aug 7 14:22:22 UTC 2013
That's awesome! Can you help me get in touch with the organizers of those
events? I'd love to see if they'd be ok with us adding their events to
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Jason Remillard
<remillard.jason at gmail.com>wrote:
> Also, it looks like we have some actual locations for some US events
> this weekend too. San Francisco, Denver, Nashua, NH.
> On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 1:32 PM, Kathleen Danielson
> <kathleen.danielson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > As you all know, in honor of OpenStreetMap's 9th birthday, we are
> holding a
> > Birthday Sprint next weekend, August 10th - 11th. Since we can't all be
> > the same room (this time), this will be a distributed code sprint, so you
> > won't even need to get off the couch! All you'll need to do is get
> > and all you'll need to bring is your enthusiasm!
> > Whoever has an OSM project they are working on is invited to rally their
> > communities to do a dedicated push over those two days. We already have a
> > LOT of great projects signed up, so if you want to help, but don't know
> > where to get started, check out our projects page, where you can find
> > contact info, code repositories, discussion lists and more.
> > We're working to identify tasks for non-developers as well, so keep
> > back as we get closer to the date of the sprint if you don't see anything
> > you feel comfortable contributing to just yet.
> > These are the projects that are signed up so far:
> > OSM Groups
> > HOT Website updates
> > HOT cross-site toolbar
> > Complete iD integration into tasking server
> > WikiMaps
> > Historical OSM
> > Hashtag Aggregation
> > Social Feature Planning (UX workshop)
> > DC Building Import
> > We're excited about all of the enthusiasm that we've heard so far, but
> > list isn't done yet! If you've got a project you'd like to add feel free
> > hit me up, or fork the github page. All we ask is that someone take
> > ownership for the sprint, you provide a place where contributors can find
> > tasks and ongoing discussion, and bring a lot of enthusiasm!
> > Finally, even though this is a distributed code sprint, there are a few
> > in-person events popping up (in DC, SF, and Salt Lake City). Find details
> > here, and let us know if you're planning an in-person event too!
> > KD
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