[Okfn-se] meetup : Nordic Open Geo Data Gathering 27th October
miska at knapek.org
Mon Oct 10 09:13:28 UTC 2016
( Sorry about the late notes, it's been a long process ).
There's a Nordic Open Geo Data Gathering, on the 27th October, same
location (Hønesfoss and Kartverket there) as #Hack4NO, just the day before
Hack4NO ( which is 28-29th).
There will be a a Nordic bunch from Wikimedia, Openstreetmap and
Humanitarian Open Streetmap, amongst others, presenting and workshopping on
current and new open geo tools and data.
Part of the programme is also dedicated to building Nordic cooperation
networks on open geodata and open geo tools.
Read more here :
The programme looks like this
( There's still space for some last minute adjustments in the schedule, but
this should be quite solid: )
Why network in the Nordic countries (Miska Knapek)
Humanitarian mapping in Finland (Erno Mäkinen)
Interactive maps on Wikipedia - Why and how? (Albin Larsson)
Crowdsourced geotagging of images (Vahur Puik)
Combining aspects of humanitarian mapping and working with cultural
heritage - humanitarian GLAM? (Susanna Ånäs)
10.15–11.45 Open ideas. Present, propose collaboration or a hack! If you
are interested in presenting in the program, please contact the organizers.
You may jot down your suggestion in this pad.
12.45–13.45 Workshops 1 (parallel sessions)
Wikimedia maps and SparQL (Albin Larsson)
Working with historical maps (Lars Jynge Alvik, Lars Rogstad, Susanna Ånäs)
13.45–14.45 Workshops 2 (parallel sessions)
Humanitarian mapping via HOT tasking manager (Erno Mäkinen)
Geotagging old images (Vahur Puik, Vemund Olstad)
14.45–15.15 Coffee break
15.15–16.30 Discussion. Building networks for continued collaboration,
projects and hacks. Find your soulmates! This would include looking at
building a Nordic network for open geo data.
18.00 Dinner in Hønefoss (own cost)
All the bests,
miska michael knapek - your local illusionist (designer)
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