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  • group

    Social gathering for East Midlands mappers and users

    A group have been meeting since March 2011, initially in Nottingham, and, more recently in Derby, and from time to time elsewhere in the East Midlands. These are social gatherings, but are an excellent place to come and ask specific questions about OSM either in the area or in general. In the summer months we usually do some light mapping for an hour in the vicinity of our meeting place. The group as a whole has a special interest in mapping public rights of way and from time to time has mapping meetings for this purpose.

  • group

    A home for OpenStreetMap enthusiasts in the Midlands

    Mappa Mercia is a project to grow OpenStreetMap in the West Midlands, UK. We run community events, provide training and support local organisations wishing to open up their data.

  • twitter

    OpenStreetMap Alba on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OSMScotland

  • twitter

    OpenStreetMap London on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OSMLondon

  • mailinglist

    Talk-gb is the main communication forum list for the UK (including Northern Ireland) OSM community

  • osm-lc

    The official Local Chapter for the UK (including Northern Ireland).

    We support OpenStreetMap by holding events, providing community resources, building partnerships, and by spreading the word. Join OpenStreetMap UK here: https://osmuk.org/become-member/

  • irc

    Join #osm-gb on irc.oftc.net (port 6667)

    Join #osm-gb on irc.oftc.net (port 6667), please be patient and wait for a few minutes if you ask a question

  • twitter

    OpenStreetMap UK on Twitter: https://twitter.com/osmuk

  • youthmappers

    YouthMappers chapter at Queen Mary University of London

    This chapter will be part of the activities of the Queen Mary Geography Society.

  • youthmappers

    YouthMappers chapter at University of Exeter

    We are a team of enthusiastic Geographers with comprehensive knowledge of GIS. We are passionate about supporting the British Red Cross Society with various humanitarian aid efforts. We are also important teachers of the significance of mapping remotely sensed data and how this helps on the ground. Our mapathons have themed academic focuses that highlight the different GIS research in our geography department, while also functioning as employability awareness events which we use to invite speakers in to talk about their GIS/British Red Cross careers.

  • youthmappers

    YouthMappers chapter at University of Warwick

    We are a group of enthusiastic mappers based at Warwick University. Our aim is to get people excited about humanitarian mapping and help them understand the impact this activity has on the field. We are closely aligned with Missing Maps and Doctors Without Borders UK and focus on HOT tasks in our mapping activities and workshops. Our mapathons are listed on the Missing Maps page whenever they are scheduled.