#osmIRL We are pleased to announce a launch of a new service - Cantabular by @email@example.com -this is built off historic admin boundaries present in @firstname.lastname@example.org and assists use of the 1911 Census. Read details here: https://www.openstreetmap.ie/cantabular-a-new-use-case-for-openstreetmap/ @CSOIreland@twitter.com
The @email@example.com foundation has 4896 members. Can we get 5000? It's £15 to join, and if you've mapped a lot, you can also join for free. Help keep the free map running independently, influence the direction of the project, support our volunteers. https://join.osmfoundation.org
We are coming to together to improve how we communicate in our central spaces, and we want your help. Answer the call to participate
in the moderation subcommittee by April 10 https://blog.openstreetmap.org/2021/04/05/call-for-participation-in-moderation-subcommittee/
And while we are on the topic of updates: just updated the #openstreetmap stats here https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Stats#Contributor_statistics_reports seems as if March 2021 with over 54'000 active contributors broke the previous record of 53'000 from January 2017
i don't get paid enough to have to figure this out
if one said “annual general meeting” that would (sorta) imply a meeting you could only have once a year (right?).
But if we just say ”general meeting”, then that covers other types of general meetings
Ung. `shp2pgsql` is very useful tool, but it doesn't use the `.prj` file for a shapefile? Is there a better, more modern “import this shapefile” tool?
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