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The following are events that are happening just now or that should happen very soon. Get ready for them!

<<< All future events | Recent past events >>>

Event Calendar ±
Conference 14–19 Aug.2017-08-142017-08-20 FOSS4G 2017, Boston, United States United States
Conference 18–20 Aug.2017-08-182017-08-21 State of the Map 2017 (international conference), Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan Japan
Mapping party 19 Aug.2017-08-192017-08-20 Mapatón 13° aniversario de OpenStreetMap en IGN, Buenos Aires, Argentina Argentina Buenos Aires City
Meeting 19 Aug.2017-08-192017-08-20 13° Aniversario de OpenStreetMap, Santiago, Chile Chile Santiago
Social 19–20 Aug.2017-08-192017-08-21 FrOSCon with OSGeo & OSM Track, Sankt Augustin, Germany Germany
Social 22 Aug.2017-08-222017-08-23 Derby Pub Meetup, Derby, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Social 24 Aug.2017-08-242017-08-25 Lübecker Stammtisch, Lübeck, Germany Germany
Speaking 24 Aug.2017-08-242017-08-25 #MapAmore Awesome Free maps & apps, Davao City, Philippines Philippines
Social 28 Aug.2017-08-282017-08-29 Bremer Mappertreffen, Bremen, Germany Germany Bremen
Social 28 Aug.2017-08-282017-08-29 OpenStreetMap Taipei Meetup, MozSpace, Taipei, Taiwan Taiwan
Social 28 Aug.2017-08-282017-08-29 Stammtisch Graz, Graz, Austria Austria Steiermark
Social 29 Aug.2017-08-292017-08-30 OSM Stammtisch Viersen, Viersen, Germany Germany
Social 30 Aug.2017-08-302017-08-31 Stammtisch Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany Germany Düsseldorf
Meeting 1–3 Sep.2017-09-012017-09-04 Elbe-Labe-Meeting 2017, Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge, Germany Germany Saxony
Mapping party 2 Sep.2017-09-022017-09-03 Atelier Wikidata et OSM, Rennes, France France Rennes
Social 5 Sep.2017-09-052017-09-06 Rostocker Treffen, Rostock, Germany Germany
Social 6 Sep.2017-09-062017-09-07 Stuttgarter Stammtisch, Stuttgart, Germany Germany Stuttgart
Social 11 Sep.2017-09-112017-09-12 Mappertreffen, Passau, Germany Germany Passau
Meeting 11 Sep.2017-09-112017-09-12 Réunion mensuelle, Rennes, France France Rennes
Meeting 12 Sep.2017-09-122017-09-13 Rencontre mensuelle ouverte, Lyon, France France
Social 14 Sep.2017-09-142017-09-15 111. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch, Berlin, Germany Germany
Mapping party 16 Sep.2017-09-162017-09-17 Mapping Party #Zaccesibilidad Arrabal, Mapeado Colaborativo, Zaragoza, Spain Spain Zaragoza
Conference 16 Sep.2017-09-162017-09-17 Big Schemotechnika 11, Moscow, Russia Russia
Mapping party 16–17 Sep.2017-09-162017-09-18 Cartographie collaborative du Musée de Bretagne, pour les Journées européennes du patrimoine, Rennes, France France Rennes
Meeting 16–17 Sep.2017-09-162017-09-18 Participation aux Journées européennes du patrimoine à l'École de Longchamp, Nantes, France France Nantes
Social 19 Sep.2017-09-192017-09-20 Bonner Stammtisch, Bonn, Germany Germany
Social 19 Sep.2017-09-192017-09-20 Mappertreffen Lüneburg, Lüneburg, Germany Germany
Social 19 Sep.2017-09-192017-09-20 Nottingham Pub Meetup, Nottingham, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Social 19 Sep.2017-09-192017-09-20 Pub meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom United Kingdom Scotland
Social 20 Sep.2017-09-202017-09-21 Stammtisch, Köln, Germany Germany Cologne
Speaking 21 Sep.2017-09-212017-09-22 Josm Workshop at 2017 AGIC Conference, Prescott, Arizona United States
Social 21 Sep.2017-09-212017-09-22 Stammtisch Freiberg, Germany Germany Freiberg
Conference 23–24 Sep.2017-09-232017-09-25 State of the Map Asia 2017, Lalitpur, Nepal Nepal
Social 25 Sep.2017-09-252017-09-26 OpenStreetMap Taipei Meetup, MozSpace, Taipei, Taiwan Taiwan
Social 25 Sep.2017-09-252017-09-26 Bremer Mappertreffen, Bremen, Germany Germany Bremen
Social 25 Sep.2017-09-252017-09-26 Stammtisch Graz, Graz, Austria Austria Steiermark
Social 28 Sep.2017-09-282017-09-29 Lübecker Stammtisch, Lübeck, Germany Germany
Social 29 Sep.2017-09-292017-09-30 Stammtisch Düsseldorf, Germany Germany Düsseldorf
  Future big events
Conference 19–22 Oct.2017-10-192017-10-23 State of the Map U.S. 2017, Boulder, United States United States
Conference 23–28 Oct.2017-10-232017-10-29 FOSS4G+State of the Map Argentina 2017, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Argentina

Conference 26 Oct.2017-10-262017-10-27 FOSS4G Belgium 2017, Brussels, Belgium Belgium
Conference 29 Nov. – 2 Dec.2017-11-292017-12-03 State of the Map LatAm 2017, Lima, Perú Peru
  2018
Conference 21–24 Mar.2018-03-212018-03-25 FOSSGIS 2018, Bonn, Germany Germany

You are welcome to add upcoming events, conferences, seminars and other opportunities where OpenStreetMap might be promoted to this calendar. To do so, please follow this link to Template:Calendar and click 'Edit'. If editing wiki tables is new to you, we recommend that you copy an existing table row (each new row starts with "|-" and ends just before the next occurrence of "|-" marking the start of the next row, or "|}" marking the end of the table) and edit the details as appropriate.

How to update the calendar

The above calendar box appears in many pages (most notably the Main Page and Current Events page).

When an event is past and you remove it from this table, please add it to the Template:PastEvents table.

Two templates are used for this. Template:Calendar2 contains the framing, background colors, etc. and Template:Calendar (this one) contains the dates and events. If you click 'edit' you'll see a table following this format (rows are ordered by date):

|-class="h-event"
| {{Cal|conference}} || {{Dm|y=year|Month Day|Month Day}} || <span class="p-name"><big>'''[URL International event name]'''</big> {{SmallFlag|float=none|Event name|Event-logo.png}}, description, [[Country]]</span> {{SmallFlag|Country}}
|-class="h-event"
| {{Cal|mapevent}} || {{Dm|y=year|Month Day}} || <span class="p-name">[[Page name on this wiki|National event]]</span> {{SmallFlag|Country}}
|-class="h-event"
| {{Cal|social}} || {{Dm|y=year|Month Day|Month Day}} || <span class="p-name">Local event, [[City]], [[Country]]</span> {{SmallFlag|Country}} {{SmallFlag|City|Symbol of city.png}}
|-class="h-event"
| {{Cal|pizza}} || {{Dm|y=year|Month Day}} || <span class="p-name">Local event, [//www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=<lat>&mlon=<lon>#map=<zoom>/<lat>/<lon> City], [[Country]]</span> {{SmallFlag|Country}}

Use one of the following templates to specify the nature of the event:

Icon Code Info
Mapping party {{Cal|mapevent}} for mapping parties (with surveying) or mapathons (without)
Social {{Cal|social}} for informal meetings, or just to have a beer with fellow OSM addicts.
Meeting {{Cal|meeting}} for meetings at a face-to-face location or virtual
Speaking {{Cal|speaking}}
or {{Cal|talk}}
for talks/speaking events with individual or small number of talks on OSM
Conference {{Cal|conference}} for conferences with several talks/panels/workshops on OSM
Pizza {{Cal|pizza}} for hack-a-thons/mapathons involving pizza (or eating other meals, e.g. pasta-parties or brunches)
IRC {{Cal|irc}} for IRC meetings about OSM.
TV {{Cal|tv}} for TV/press appearances. Turn on your TV that day!
Podcast {{Cal|podcast}} for radio/podcast recordings
Info {{Cal|info}} for important dates e.g OSMF election deadlines
MISC {{Cal|misc}} for anything else

Notes:

  • Leading icons for event types are constrained by {{Cal}} within a 24x30px rectangle within which they are centered. This gives some enough margins to allow descriptions to wrap on a couple of lines without excessive vertical margins, to keep the rendered list compact vertically.
  • Dates are autotranslated by {{Dm}} whose parameters are dates (3-letter abbreviated month names in English and day of month). You can specify only date, or two dates for an event spanning several days. You don't need to specify a year.
  • The list of events will wrap into vertical columns (depending on available screen size) to avoid excessively long rows of text and keep it easy to read.

Geolocating and linking events within the information column:

  • Try to geolocate your event, at least the city name.
  • If there's a page for the city on this wiki, link the city name to that page using a wikilink, and make sure that this page displays a map to locate this city.
  • If there's no page for the city on this wiki (and you don't intend to create one), avoid creating a red link to a missing page. Instead use a link to the OSM map such as:
    [//www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=lat&mlon=lon#map=zoom/lat/lon City] (replace zoom, lat, lon, and City by appropriate values, use the OpenStreetMap map itself to find accurate coordinates and the best-looking zoom level; the mlat= and mlon= parameters after ? will also render a marker on the displayed map, but you could also append way/id or node/id before the ? to reference a way or node by its id on OSM, that will be marked with their informative tags).
  • If the event itself has a link to a page on this wiki, please use a wikilink, and readable non-encoded characters in the wiki page name (or in the possible anchor after the # sign).
  • If a link goes to an external site, and this site supports both HTTP and HTTPS, remove the "http:" or "https:" prefix before "//". Please avoid using any external generic link redirectors (short links), please use the final target of the link (short link redirectors are frequently unsecure or may be blocked by browsers or security suites, and most of them have privacy issues or may add undesired advertizing before reching the final target), or use a short link created and managed by the same domain as the final target.

Usage of flags and other icons within the information column:

  • For placing country flag icons or similar location symbols (such as coat of arms) to the right of the columns, or if the default SVG flag does not exist for this location, please look at the documentation of {{SmallFlag}}. Ideally all these locations used in Calendar events should have a link to an existing page on this wiki (showing the map and a list of most active OSM projects, tools or other community pages related to that location). Order these location templates at end of line: the country first (will be the rightmost one in the display), then the symbol for the region or city.
  • For showing small icons that are only project icons or small logos related to the (big) event but not related to location, don't place them to the left but to the right using "float=right" or inline with "float=none". Avoid logos for something else than big events, and make sure the logo is appriately licenced in a way compatible with this wiki (logos stored in Wikimedia Commons are compatible, provided they also don't abuse the Wikimedia Commons rules).
  • Don't oversize these icons, they MUST remain constrained with height and width BELOW 30 pixels (the default height of icons displayed by the SmallFlag template is 15 pixels, it is largely enough for all flags).

BIG events could be written in bold. You will need to crank up the font size a notch in order for this difference to show up on the Main Page (since font size is reduced there). What is a big event? We've tended to move towards only making events big very occasionally, so we're talking big international OSM gatherings with say more than 20 OSMers attending.

Support for microformats

This template now generates (invisible) microformats2 tags intended to be machine-readable and that should be parseable with external tools to generate custom calendar formats (for example with pin13.net/mf2 to generate JSON data).

These microformats are recognized in table rows tagged with class="h-event", not recognized elsewhere. Note that there's still no support for microformat profiles because MediaWiki does not permit inserting HTML <link> elements or rel="..." attributes (it only allows custom data-*="..." attributes), the profile is assumed to be as described in "http://microformats.org/wiki/h-event".

  • The event type (first column showing an icon, set by the {{Cal}} template) will internally generate a "p-category" property for the event.
  • Dates specified in the second column by {{Dm|...}} will internally generate "dt-start" and "dt-end" properties. The year must be specified separately due to legacy usage of the {{Dm}} template because the MediaWiki's #time: parser (used internally to parse the specified dates) assumes that the implied year is the current year. Without this year, no microformats will be emitted for these dates.
  • The third column should include its description content within a <span class="p-name">...</span>, excluding the optional small icons for country flags, region/city coast of arms and logos placed after this description.


Advice on organising developer events

Developer events, also known as "hack days", "hack weekends" and "hackathons", are meetings of developers to discuss, network and collaborate with other developers, designers, documenters, and others with an interest in software.

If you are organising one of these events, then you may like to read our Engineering Working Group's advice.

Past Events

See the Past Events page.