we invite you to participate in the “Elbe-Labe-Meeting”, an OpenStreetMap event that will take place in October, 8-9th 2016 in Dresden (Germany). The event will bring together OpenStreetMap enthusiasts from the Czech Republic, Germany, and beyond. You map, use OpenStreetMap data, or contribute in another way to the project? You are very welcome!
Our program will comprise of talks and discussions and aims to foster exchange between OSM communities, in particular between communities of different languages: We all face similar challenges - why not learn from each other? From mapping of hiking trails to navigation and routing information: What works here and what works in other countries? How does specific local and global mapping fit together in OSM?
Our speakers and participants will shed light on these issues, including Sarah (waymarkedtrails), Miroslav (mapped more than 40000 km of tracks), Daniel (Open Source Routing Machine), and Frank (outdoor orientation for the visually impaired). There will be time and space for self-organized sessions as well.
Join us and sign up for participation here:
We are excited to meet you in Dresden!
PS: Sign up before September 14th in order to be able to order one of our meeting T-shirts.