Mikel Maron wrote: > Personally, I think that https://github.com/osmlab/osm-community-index > has picked up a lot of what "groups" were intended to cover (a system for > defining location based ones anyway).
For me, the big value in groups-on-osm has always been that it would enable ad hoc communities to form around interests and localities. I'm honestly never going to get round to the hassle of setting up and announcing a new community somewhere for UK cycle mapping or for "let's make National Parks really well mapped this month" or for West Oxfordshire or for whatever. But if OSM surfaces people already working in this space and their edits, and provides a way for us to come together, bam, we have a discoverable community after two clicks. The second win is that we're all already here. Ask anyone and you'll get differing views about lists/Facebook/Slack/Twitter/IRC/forums/Reddit/contd. p94. It's not even consistent within particular interests or regions. But all OSM mappers are, by definition, on osm.org. Richard -- Sent from: http://gis.19327.n8.nabble.com/Developer-Discussion-f5233107.html _______________________________________________ dev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/dev