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OpenStreetMap US: Connect 2020

This free, virtual event is a celebration of all things OpenStreetMap and our community. The event will include an informal Mappy Hour Thursday evening, a scheduled ½ day of talks on Friday, and a day of workshops, birds of a feather sessions and mapathons on Saturday. We hope to make this an annual gathering that enables people from across the country to learn about OpenStreetMap and network with fellow mappers through a combination of curated and community-led dialog.

Schedule

Thursday October 29, 2020: Mappy Hour ~ 8:00pm ET to 9:00pm ET

Thanks for joining the Mappy Hour & helping us kickoff the event!

Friday, October 30, 2020: Curated Sessions ~ 2pm ET to 6pm ET / Networking & Costume Contest 6pm-7pm ET

Thanks for joining us for the Friday sessions, and for all of those who participated as speakers, facilitators and volunteers.




Saturday, October 31, 2020: Self-Organized Sessions ~ 10:30am to 4pm ET

Saturday was a combination of workshops, birds of a feather sessions, thematic mapping parties and more! The format of a self-organized session could be the right place for that. The only requirement that we have to your topic is that it has to be related to OpenStreetMap and that you abide by the OSM US Code of Conduct.

Community Facilitated Session Schedule - Saturday October 31, 2020 10:30am to 4pm ET
Room 10:30am to 12pm ET 12pm to 1pm ET 1pm to 2:30pm ET 2:30pm to 4pm ET
1 Birds of a Feather: OSM's role in promoting social equity. Facilitators: Ariel Kadouri, Minh Nguyen Birds of a Feather: OSM US: Looking Ahead w/ OSM US Leadership. Facilitators: Jubal Harpster, Minh Nguyen, Daniella Waltersdorfer, Martijn van Exel, Alyssa Wright, Maggie Cawley. Birds of a Feather: OSM in Government. Facilitators: Derald Dudley, Greg Matthews Birds of a Feather: Community. Facilitator: Jennings Anderson.
2 Birds of a Feather with OpenHistoricalMap. We will discuss the year ahead & user needs. Facilitator: Jeff Meyer Birds of a Feather: OSM US: Looking Ahead w/ OSM US Leadership. Facilitators: Jubal Harpster, Minh Nguyen, Daniella Waltersdorfer, Martijn van Exel, Alyssa Wright, Maggie Cawley. Birds of a Feather: Microcosms to support communities of mappers, Brian DeRocher Office hours: Get help editing the OSM Wiki and Wikidata. Facilitator: Minh Nguyen
3 Mapping Mobility in NYC: Mapathon of Sidewalks and Crossings in Flushing, NY. Facilitator: Daniel Solow Birds of a Feather: OSM US: Looking Ahead w/ OSM US Leadership. Facilitators: Jubal Harpster, Minh Nguyen, Daniella Waltersdorfer, Martijn van Exel, Alyssa Wright, Maggie Cawley. Mapping to help protect girls from Female Genital Mutilation in Tanzania. Facilitator: Janet Chapman, Crowd2Map Birds of a Feather with TeachOSM.
4 Birds of a Feather: JOSM Tips. Facilitator: Alan Bragg Birds of a Feather: OSM US: Looking Ahead w/ OSM US Leadership. Facilitators: Jubal Harpster, Minh Nguyen, Daniella Waltersdorfer, Martijn van Exel, Alyssa Wright, Maggie Cawley. Workshop: Mapping with RapiD. Facilitator: Danil Kirsanov, Facebook. Mapathon with YouthMappers. Facilitator: Patricia Solis
5 OSM US Charter Project Info Session 11am-12pm. Facilitators: Maggie Cawley, Steven Johnson, Martijn van Exel Birds of a Feather: OSM US: Looking Ahead w/ OSM US Leadership. Facilitators: Jubal Harpster, Minh Nguyen, Daniella Waltersdorfer, Martijn van Exel, Alyssa Wright, Maggie Cawley. Session Title, Name of Facilitator Session Title, Name of Facilitator

Sponsorship

Thank you to our sponors!

Code of Conduct

A Code of Conduct exists to support a healthy and sustainable community where diversity and inclusion can thrive. Towards that end, our Code of Conduct (CoC) governs OpenStreetMap US forums and community events, and acts as a guide to make it easier to enrich all of us and the community in which we participate. Read the Code of Conduct here.

OpenStreetMap US is committed to providing a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment for all, regardless of level of experience, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, physical abilities, neurodiversity, personal appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, religion, national origin, and socio-economic background.

Slides

Slides for some presentations are available on Wikimedia Commons.