Hi there, I'm in contact with Shareable which is organizing a global map jam of the new economy during the last two weeks of October. So far they recommend the use of Google maps because it's easy. But if someone who has a very good knowledge of umap could provide a short introduction during a webinar on 3.10 at 11pm CET they could actually recommend dozens of communities to use Umap. Anyone? please contact me ASAP @ adrienlabaeye [a] gmail.com More on the mapping jam: http://www.shareable.net/blog/mapjam-20-to-put-the-new-economy-on-the-map

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could you please use forum or mailing list or chats for such requsts? This help site is not really suited. However, great that you want to promote the use of OSM! :-)

(30 Sep '14, 23:42) aseerel4c26 ♦

sorry (didn't know where to ask). Thanks for the links and pointing the question on the talk list (@simonPoole: which list do you mean?)

(01 Oct '14, 14:21) Adrien

@Adrien https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2014-October/thread.html thats our general purposes English language mailing list.

You can subscribe here: https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk

I'm sure we can so "something" it is just a bit of a rush.

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I've pointed this question out on the talk list.

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answered 01 Oct '14, 11:37

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@simonpoole: thanks! I posted my request to the list. I know it's a rush unfortunately. Let see if that happens.

(01 Oct '14, 14:37) Adrien

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