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Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap
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Free GEO Culture and OpenStreetMap

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Slides presented to Philippine Geospatial Convergence (2013-11-18) and PhilGEOS Pre-Symposium/FOSS4G track (2013-11-27).

Slides presented to Philippine Geospatial Convergence (2013-11-18) and PhilGEOS Pre-Symposium/FOSS4G track (2013-11-27).

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  1. Free Culture Movement
  2. Free GEO Culture Movement
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Simpsons_angry_mob.png
  4. Free and Open Source Software Free and Open Formats Free and Open Content
  5. 1. Free and Open Source Software
  6. Free Software Movement Richard Stallman 1983 - GNU Project 1985 - Free Software Foundation
  7. The Free Software Definition
  8. Freedom 0: The freedom to run the program for any purpose
  9. Freedom 1: The freedom to study how the program works, and change it to make it do what you wish
  10. Freedom 2: The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor
  11. Freedom 3: The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements to the public
  12. Open Source Movement
  13. 1998 Open Source Initiative
  14. (FOSS/FLOSS) Apache License Artistic License BSD License GNU GPL MIT / X11 License Mozilla Public License and many more...
  15. Availability of the code is necessary for Open Science "scientific communication relies on evidence that cannot be entirely included in publications", but "anything less than the release of source programs is intolerable for results that depend on computation". Ince, D.C., et al. (2010). The case for open computer programs. Nature 482, 485–488. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v482/n 7386/full/nature10836.html
  16. Open Source Geospatial Foundation http://www.osgeo.org/
  17. Free and Open Source Software Free and Open Formats
  18. 2. Free and Open Formats
  19. Legacy Microsoft Office file formats are proprietary
  20. 2006 OpenDocument Microsoft's Office Open XML
  21. MPEG formats are encumbered by patents
  22. 1993 Ogg (Vorbis, Theora, etc.) 2001 Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
  23. Open Geospatial Consortium http://www.opengeospatial.org/
  24. Free and Open Source Software Free and Open Formats Free and Open Content
  25. 3. Free and Open Content
  26. 2001 Creative Commons
  27. Essential Freedoms of Free Culture Licenses
  28. Freedom 1: The freedom to use and perform the work
  29. Freedom 2: The freedom to study the work and apply the information
  30. Freedom 3: The freedom to redistribute copies
  31. Freedom 4: The freedom to distribute derivative works
  32. Against DRM CC BY CC BY-SA Free Art License GNU FDL and many more...
  33. Defining Free Cultural Works
  34. 1. Freely licensed (or equivalent) 2. Availability of source data 3. Use of a free format 4. No technical restrictions 5. No other restrictions or limitations
  35. 2001 Wikipedia
  36. 2004 OpenStreetMap "Wikipedia of Maps"
  37. The FOSS Movement is the pioneer of the Free Culture Movement
  38. It is not enough just to support FOSS, we must also take to heart the ideals of freedom and openness in other creative and scientific endeavors.
  39. What is OpenStreetMap? A project to map the whole world! http://osm.org
  40. A million users and counting. http://www.mapbox.com/osm-data-report/#million
  41. XAPI Nominatim Extracts & conversions API Contributors Editors Planet downloads API Tile servers OpenStreetMap OSM Ecosystem Harry Wood, http://www.slideshare.net/harrywood/openstreetmap-opentech-2011
  42. Free and Open Source Software Free and Open Formats Free and Open Content
  43. Free and Open Source Software JOSM, iD, Potlatch2 Mapnik, Tilemill Postgresql/PostGIS GDAL/OGR, QGIS HOT Tasking Manager
  44. Free and Open Formats TMS, WMS (OGC standard) Shapefile, CSV (well-known format) PostGIS DB (OGC SF compliant)
  45. Free and Open Content OSM data (ODbL) HDM Style (CC0) learnosm.org (CC0) wiki.openstreetmap.org (CC-BY-SA)
  46. Open collaboration tools for coordination and communication mailinglist wiki IRC
  47. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Typhoon_Haiyan
  48. http://tasks.hotosm.org
  49. UPD-Geography OSM-PH Yolanda Mapathon, Nov 15 Photo by David Garcia
  50. http://www.s1expeditions.com/2013/11/110-yolanda-mapping-advocacy.html
  51. http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-typhoon-haiyan-2013-contributors
  52. http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-typhoon-haiyan-2013
  53. 12 days 1,000 volunteers 82 countries 2.6 millions of changes More than 250,000 buildings (including damage assessment as of 2013-11-18)
  54. http://pierzen.dev.openstreetmap.org/hot/leaflet/OSM-Compare-before-after.html
  55. http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/11.24132/125.00467&layers=H
  56. http://maposmatic.dev.hotosm.org/
  57. https://twitter.com/RedCross/status/401088520481042432/photo/1
  58. http://disaster.dswd.gov.ph/maps.php
  59. IOM staff showing the large OpenStreetMap posters in the DSWD Operations Center in Tacloban Airport. Photo by Joe Lowry http://www.flickr.com/photos/esambale/10937514315/
  60. Where to get help http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Philippines https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-ph http://facebook.com/OSMPH
  61. Maning Sambale Maptivist, OSGeo Charter Member, OSM-PH Volunteer, Environmental Science for Social Change emmanuel.sambale@gmail.com Eugene Alvin Villar Free Culture Movement slides, 2013 OSM-PH Volunteer Wikipedia Contributor
  62. Satellite image providers: Release the Philippines satellite imagery under a public license for humanitarian mapping http://www.change.org/petitions/satellite-image-pr oviders-release-the-philippines-satellite-imagery-u nder-a-public-license-for-humanitarian-mapping

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