OpenStreetMap at the Chattahoochee Nature Center on January 28th 2016

Jan 21, 2016 | Atlanta, Do Some Good, Georgia, Open Street Map

What – you said you weren’t talking about OpenStreetMap anymore?

Yeah – I know. This talk is going to be a bit different. I’m not engaging the Geospatial¬†Professional for another long winded discussion of why Open Data is important. This is a pot luck dinner with a group of people who like being outside. So I will be discussing OpenStreetMap like it’s fun…again. Maybe this will be my dive back in after the last few years of head butting with people¬†in that project space.

So if you are in the Atlanta area and you want to do something fun – Come out on the 28th and bring a donation and bring some shareable food. If you have a laptop bring it. If not come that’s fine also! Prepare to hear about maps as we used to see them and maps as they somewhat exist now. Talk will be non technical – the talk will be fun. The talk will probably be about an hour or so long. If we had daylight we would be mapping and that might happen at some point in all of this!

Where is the Nature Center?

Chattahoochee Nature Center
P.O. Box 769769 – Roswell, GA 30076
9135 Willeo Road – Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 992-2055

What time?

From 7-9 pm on January 28th 2016

Come on out!

 

 

You may also like

Finally pulling data out of OSM

Finally pulling data out of OSM

......as opposed to pushing data into OSM. So I've been working on a OpenStreetMap workshop for URISA. I had originally written it 6 or 7 years ago and it's been touched in spots but not "re-written". I am doing a top to bottom shakedown of the workshop and fixing...

Parking Lots and Lines

Parking Lots and Lines

New Year - Different posts. I love Listservs - I've resigned from all the OSM listservs though. It takes the stress level way down. Of course I still edit. Chattanooga from an OSM standpoint is pretty decent. Three things I usually tackle are buildings, parking lots,...

MAGS Meetup Jan 24th 2018 Atlanta

Greetings from MAGS! The Metro Atlanta geospatial Social will hold it's first networking event of the year at The Brass Tap in Dunwoody on Wednesday, January 24. We'll get started at 6:30, but feel free to swing by any time traffic allows. The Brass Tap is a 15-minute...