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利用できる言語 — Humanitarian OSM Team/Communications
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内部での交流方法はHOTチームに焦点を当てたものです。Remember however close partners tend to monitor these locations as well, the more clear the communication is the more effective we can all be together.

A place for coordination the internal aspects of an activation, internal structural operations and other communications which might not be ready for the whole world yet.



hot.openstreetmap.org ウェブサイト
Main outward communication about projects. Updates area acts as a form of blog. Those who need an account should talk to Kate Chapman. In updates it is important to link to reference websites and also fully explain technical terms and provide context to the post.
@hotosm ツイッターアカウント
Short current information about activities. For projects/activations consider using a hashtag, so communications can easily be grouped. Members should consider having their own personal Twitter account to communicate as well.
Information about ongoing activities in the organization. Can be a good place to post pictures and video. Utilizing the Facebook page requires a Facebook account. Individuals working closely with local partners in countries such as Haiti and Indonesia should consider utilizing their Facebook account for more direct communication with those individuals.
Direct discussion with partners. Consider if someone else would have already emailed that partner before you email. Protocols are being developed currently on the Activation Working groups.