[Talk-us] Reaching out to Local User Groups
steve at asklater.com
Wed Feb 6 19:08:29 GMT 2013
Stupid suggestion - plot these on a map.
Would be interesting to see which high-populaion areas *don't* have a meet up and then see if we can organize something remotely and then some of us fly in for a weekend, if inclined, to kick things off.
Costs would be $200 for SWA flights plus $200 for hotels or something. I suspect we could find that kind of money somewhere to sponsor someone to do this.
On Feb 6, 2013, at 6:13 AM, Kathleen Danielson <kathleen.danielson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I heard from a few of you, so thanks a ton! I just realized this will be a lot easier if I give you the local groups I already have on my list. If you organize *or are a member of* (or just know of) a local user group from somewhere other than the areas listed below, please let me know ASAP!
> New York
> Washington, DC
> San Francisco (I'm combining this with Sunnyvale, but let me know if that's incorrect and they are really two separate entities)
> St Louis
> Salt Lake City
> On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Kathleen Danielson <kathleen.danielson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Calling all OSM Local User Group organizers--
> Over the last several weeks I have reached out to many of you, but I am certain that I missed a few. I am working on wrapping my initial findings on the local OSM communities in the US, but I want to ensure that you're all represented.
> If we have NOT directly connected about your local OSM group, please shoot me a quick note to let me know that and I'll have some follow up questions for you after that. Nothing taxing or time-consuming, I swear!
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