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Communities have different personalities and ways to communicating. Spreading interest in OpenStreetMap around the world takes different approaches for different groups. This talk is a look at ...

Communities have different personalities and ways to communicating. Spreading interest in OpenStreetMap around the world takes different approaches for different groups. This talk is a look at characteristics of certain existing OSM communities and why some of those approaches won't work elsewhere.

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  • We talk about this a lot, but what does it really mean? I mean let’s think about the US, it is a big place. Is that local? Probably not. Is there something cohesive about the group in some way though?
  • So I asked the wiki. I mean we talk about local community a lot.
  • Do you have to meet each other? Do you have to be interested in the same geographic area.
  • Language, interests, specific communities. E.g. hiking groups. Do we all have to like the map for the same reasons?
  • Over 100,000 Russian Posts on the OSM Forums. Only other country with near that many is Germany
  • OSM Stats so lets look at the top 10 countries from the 12th of October.
  • Compare this to forum posts
  • Or in Indonesia our biggest ourreach is Facebook.
  • Zoo Mapping
  • Atlanta Mapathon
  • Mapping with Kids
  • I mean I guess it depends on what you are defining as local. For example we were doing a project where we needed between 5-70 people to come help with mapping in Jakarta. The same 4 girls showed up to everything. I didn’t think much of it until someone told me why.
  • Gender, culture, interest, language. “level of geekiness”
  • Onemanys local is another mans invasion
  • Let’s think about the potential of brothel mapping depending on where you are.
  • Maybe, this sort of thing freaks people out
  • Do what works for your community, if people are on Facebook cool, if mailing lists are your thing. Just important to think about who you are reaching out to.

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  • Local Outreach, Local Communities, World Map Kate Chapman @wonderchook © OpenStreetMap contributors
  • What is local? © OpenStreetMap contributors
  • What is local community?Does the wiki know?
  • What makes the outreach local?CC-BY-SA Flickr User somayalangley
  • Maybe I just mean localized outreach
  • Communities differ by region, culture, language, interest
  • Mailing List Posts as of October 12th Country Posts Germany 105,289 Russia 121,423 France 791 United States 125 United Kingdom 262 Italy 76 Spain 0 Poland 10,101 Japan 0 Austria 0
  • As much as local communities differ, they adopt from others © OpenStreetMap contributors
  • © OpenStreetMap contributors
  • CC-BY Andrew Turner
  • How do we get local?CC-BY NASA Goddard Photo and Video
  • You know yourlocal community best CC-BY Flickr User DonkeyHotey
  • Or do you…..?A Alexandre Dulaunoy
  • ultiple definitions of localCC-BY Flickr User greeblie
  • Image: http://segrev.wordpress.com/2011/04/28/704/
  • What about ambassadors to different parts of local?
  • brothel=yes
  • Dude, that’s my mom’s house! (actually the tag is amenity=brothel)
  • Mappy hour…
  • Hey, I saw you weremapping in the area and I just wanted to say “Hi.”
  • You don’t havedo everything CC-BY Flickr User AMagill
  • Thanks!Kate Chapman@wonderchook © OpenStreetMap contributors