Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of OxfordMeetup2006


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Timestamp:
Dec 6, 2006, 4:39:04 PM (15 years ago)
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Dominic Hargreaves
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  • OxfordMeetup2006

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    3131 * Meet at [http://oxford.openguides.org/wiki/?Coffee_Republic_(New_Inn_Hall_Street) Coffee Republic]
    3232 * Meet OpenGuides/OpenStreetMap people, see demos of OSM maps and software, and go out to perfect our [http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Oxford maps of Oxford]
     33 * There is a chance we will need to leave early; if we're not there, please ring Dominic (number below).
     34 * If you would like to come and map, the earlier the better!
    3335
    3436== Contact ==
     
    6971Saturday daytime should largely be a hands on hacking session where we can start improving OpenGuides again based on the discussions the previous night. I would expect to start around 10am and work until 5pm with a break for lunch.
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    71 Hackspace probably won't be available past then, as I am going to the backstage bash with at least some other OpenGuides people. This is a bit inconvenient but Oxford is close enough to London that I hope people can manage both.
     73Hackspace won't be available past then, as I am going to the backstage bash with at least some other OpenGuides people. This is a bit inconvenient but Oxford is close enough to London that I hope people can manage both.
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    7375What happens on Sunday depends on when people turn up really. I would expect more OpenStreetMap people, and it would probably be worth doing some public promotion of this event (tie-ins with OpenGuides/OSM - not much public promotion of OpenGuides has happened yet. Can we base ourselves somewhere central, prominent and warm to have a base and send people out mapping? Do we need to get a venue for this where members of the public can wander in? http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Oxford has info on mapping targets. Also go through and record geo coordinates for Oxford OpenGuides nodes?