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NON-community audiencesCommunity-stakeholders
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GIS Professional (GISP)Propriatary GIS Software Users (ESRI)IT Professionals
(Savvy with sw, know about open source, no GIS)
Academic FacultyAcademic ResearchersAcademic StudentsInfluencers & DecisionmakersSoftware DevelopersMembersPartners (NGOs etc)Service ProvidersSponsorsContributors
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Awareness - Consideration
& Evaluation
Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience?Question: How to reach this audience? EngagementQuestion: How to engage this audience? Question: How to engage this audience? Question: How to engage this audience? Question: How to satisfy this audience? Question: How to satisfy this audience?
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Answer: Message that open source provides strong GIS software solutions, excellent standards support, and a vibrant GIS community.Answer: Message that open source provides alternative solution for GIS software, free from recuring licensing costs.

This enables you or your organization to reinvest in your own project and workforce.
Answer: Open source mapping solutions are available (This audience already knows and depends on open source.)Answer: Message that open source provides alternative solution for GIS software, free from recuring licensing costs

Message that open source provides flexible solutions for open source GIS software for coursework teaching and student training GIS software allowing teachers to train students using a variety of tools.

Message that GeoForAll provides practical course material for/in use by Academic institutions globally and provides a community for bringing all like minded organisations together.

Message that GeoForAll provides practical course material for/in use by Academic institutions globally and provides a community for bringing all like minded organisations together.
Answer: Message that open source is available to the reserach community, and that GeoForAll combines organizations with a clear focus on Open Science.

GeoForAll connects academic institutions globally and provides a community for bringing all like minded organisations together.

Message that open source software is research ready - that open source software is being used by leading researchers all over the world to conduct their research.
Answer: Provide the message that software is available for their class project or grad studies.

Provide the message that this software is used very widely in academia, research and industry.

Provide the message that using this software will enhance skills and link you into a very large community of similar users
Answer: Provide the message that OSGeo projectes provide a framework for Open Enterprise Geospatial IT that is mature, proven, commercially supported and cost-effective approach and alternative to proprietary tools with large license costs.

Reinforce the message that the biggest GIS organizations in the world are migrating to open source or hybrid architectures and that OSGeo projects are driving that transition in the GIS space.
Answer: Provide the message that OSGeo can direct you to useful tools, libraries and software for your project requirements.

Allow you to join a global technical community of other developers who you can collaborate with to build solutions for your users.
Answer: Provide the key message that OSGeo is an accessible, lively platform for collaboration and learning with/from your and engaging with your peers. Provide a 'portal' into the diverse set of communities that compose OSGeo and make sure that we provide a compelling platform for community members to stay engaged regularly.
Answer: Provide the key message that OSGeo software is largely developed by organizational stakeholders and our foundation provides a platform for organizational collaboration to further common goals.Answer: We provide an accessible lively platform for business purposes:
1) to reach customers
2) vendor neutral collaboration
Answer: We provide high visibility to an influential community setting the pace for the future of the mapping industry.
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(contributors are already aware)
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USP: OSGeo whole community with a collaborative approach to software, allowing you to focus on customer/projects needs.USP: OSGeo provides an alternative to ESRI (more importantly a whole community with a different approach.)USP: OSGeo is where the mapping/spatial open source projects live.USP: Practicle course materials are now available for open source. These materials are shared according Open Principles in Education.

Introduce faculty to our friends in the Open Education, Open access, Open Data, Open Science communities.

Open Source GIS allows for more flexible teaching and learning practices

These materials are shared according Open Principles in Education.

Introduce faculty to our friends in the Open Education, Open access, Open Data, Open Science communities.
USP: Provides an introduction to our friends in the Open Data, Open Science communities.

Provides an active community into which you can easily integrate - this community can help you when you encounter problems with software or data
USP: OSGeo cosists of a set of software projects that provide a complete set of GIS tools that are free and open.

Not only can afford to keep using this software when you leave school, you can particpate in this community to build valuable connection for your career.

You can use this software anywhere you want, as often as you like. You will not need to buy licenses, you will not need to sign contracts, etc. You can easily have all of the same software on your personal computers as you are using in your school's laboratory computers.
USP: The open source business case and ROI.

Our Vision for the way that spatial IT is evolving.

A community of trusted service providers
USP: Accesibilty to information, documentation, resources, repositories and peers.
USP: Active involvement and participation in projects is recognised and celebrated. OSGeo is a do-acracy that you get out of what you put in.USP: Active involvement and participation in joint projects is recognised and celebrated.USP: Contributions to projects and the foundation are recognized and are visible to potential customers.
USP: Contributions to projects and the foundation are recognised and celebrated
USP: We provide vendor neutral collaboration for open source project, helping you grow your user and developerbase.
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On which area do we want score A+?: OSGeo has all the software and community to help and inspire you in your GIS work.On which area do we want score A+?: OSGeo has all the software you need to get your GIS work done without the restrictions and stumbling block of licensing.On which area do we want score A+?:
We want to guide IT professionals to the right projects and community for their task (without demanding they know GIS.)
On which area do we want score A+?: Validation and resuse open education materials.

Use of Open Source GIS software, use of open data in the classroom and laboratory.

The use of Open Source GIS sofware and Open Data goes hand in hand with Open Science.

Use of Open Source GIS software, use of open data in the classroom and laboratory.
On which area do we want score A+?: We want to focus on Open Science (and the ability to publish in open Journals).

we want to ensure that researchers understand that using open source software is not just something for computer scientists or programmers. That open source software can be used by any researcher regardless of background. Documentation, help guides and the user community is available to support and assist you at all times
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Open source is an important part of your career path.

You can use this software as often as you like, anywhere you like.
On which area do we want score A+?:
Communicating the business case for Open Source in the context of the GIS.
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Directing this visitor to the appropriate Documentation, repositories and community for their own needs
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Steadily Increasing Participation by existing community members, efficiently onboarding new community members and ensuring they stay engaged.
On which area do we want score A+?:
reliability
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provider visibility
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Participation
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Participation!

We would like to ensure contributors are aware and can tage advantage of all we have to offer.
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Which content do we need?
Organizational (Gov, Corp) Case studies, Project information, Demo's, User experiences, Tutorials, Getting started, White papers
Which content do we need?
Organizational (Gov, Corp) Case studies, Project information, Demo's, User experiences, Tutorials, Getting started, White papers
Which content do we need? Clear expression of software capabilities. Contact with local OSGeo groups in their area.Which content do we need? Course Materials, Academic case studies. Academic literature, Local G4A lab news and press links, Student maps and demos, Tutorials, Getting Started guides.Which content do we need? Links to open access journals, and open data portals, tutorial on use of open data.

Links to where open source software is being used in research - highlight the work of the labs in GeoForAll
Which content do we need? Course Materials, Academic case studies. Academic literature, Local G4A lab news and press links, Student maps and demos, Tutorials, Getting Started guides. How to participate in open source.Which content do we need?
Major media references, Large organization case studies, Service Providers Directory, government policies and practice on open source.
Which content do we need?
Guided project search/discovery based on stated user needs
Which content do we need? Local chapter sub-sites, Geo4All sub-sites, Newsletters, BlogsWhich content do we need?
Info on OSGeo and projects, case studies
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White papers on providers success stories, providers contact details, provider status from project teams
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We need additional volunteers to assist contributors on areas there expertiese does ot touch.
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What resources tags do we need?
analysis,cartography,munciple,utility,government
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anyslist,cartographer
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Which media can we use?
Website, Malinglists, Newsletters, PDF's, Videos, Webinars, Social Media
Which media can we use?
Website, Malinglists, Newsletters, PDF's, Videos, Webinars, Social Media
Which media can we use?
Website, Mailinglists, PDF's
Which media can we use? Website, Newsletters, Mailinglists, Videos and Webinars, Social MediaWhich media can we use? Academic journals, social media, Youtube channelsWhich media can we use?
To research students we must use social media, youtube channels, etc They need to see that use of open source software is something their peers are doing
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Website, Newsletters
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Website, Newsletters, GitHub, Developer webinars
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Mailinglist, Website
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Mailinglist, Website
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Mailinglist, Website, PDFs, Social Media
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Mailinglist, Website
Which media can we use?
Mailinglist, Website, Codesprint
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Which channels?
Website, Mailchimp, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, Conferences, Geo4All, Local Chapters, Wiki, Landingpages(?)
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Website, Mailchimp, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, Conferences, Geo4All, Local Chapters, Wiki, Landingpages(?)
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Github, Conferences, Local Chapters, Proejct Websites
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Conferences, Newsletters, Partners, Project Websites, GeoForAll
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Conferences, Newsletters, Partners, Project Websites, GeoForAll
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Course Materials, Project Websites, Conferences, Local Chapters, GeoForAll, social media
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Tools, response and followup:
Is OSGeo the insititute for this, able and/or willing to follow up actively on interest shown(?)

We will be working with projects, events, local chapters and support providers to increase awareness.
Tools, response and followup:
OSGeo introduces projects suitable to a given task, while presenting advantages of open source.
Specificallly we need to message that open souce can and is being adopted. Review/address stumbling blocks to adoption.
Tools, response and followup:
Is OSGeo the insititute for this, able and/or willing to follow up actively on interest shown(?)
Tools, response and followup:
How to join GeoForAll, starting a Lab, referal to appropriate partner. Linkages to openly available course materials
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How to join GeoForAll, starring a Lab, referal to appropriate partner."
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Documentation, quickstarts, tutorials. Information about open source. Joining GeoForAll, videos or media from other students in GeoForAll labs which have used Open Source Software successfully for their research. Specific "young researcher/student" tracks or sections at OSGeo or FOSS4G conferences
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These organizations employ the majority of our developers
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NON-community audiencesCommunity-stakeholders
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GIS Professional (GISP)Propriatary GIS Software Users (ESRI)IT ProfessionalsAcademic FacultyAcademic ReserachersAcademic StudentsInfluencers & DecisionmakersSoftware DevelopersMembersPartners (NGOs etc)Service ProvidersSponsorsContributors
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AdoptionQuestion: How to convince this audience open spatial IT is fit for purpose? Question: How to convince this audience open spatial IT is fit for purpose? Question: How convience this audience that open source mapping solutions should be both considered, and selected as the best approach.Question: How to incorporate open source products in their curriculumQuestion: Provide steps to use open source in reserach.Question: How to reach this audience? Question: is open spatial a viable option?
Question: how adaptable is the code in practiceRetainQuestion: How does OSGeo secure the active participation of members to manage and grow the community?Question: How does OSGeo secure the active participation of partners to manage and add value to these?Question: How can I reach customers to sell service, support, training and development for OSGeo projects.Question: How can I support OSGeo mission (or even just a specific project)?Question: How will OSGeo help me?
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Answer: Show proof (references, analyses, case studies etc) regarding quality, benchmarks, ROI, business cases. Answer: Show proof (case studies of successful GIS projects) and competitive solutions (both open source projects and support providers).Answer: Show proof and comparisions regarding functionality, quality and performance.
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Show success GeForAll inistutions are having using an open source curriculum.

Show the success GeoForAll is having with both students and the research community.
Show how much better prepaired students are that have a range of skills to draw on.

Show the links to openly accessible materials which use open source software and open data
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Show the success GeoForAll is having in the research community (ie published papers).

Sharing the software used for anaysis allows your work to be reproduced.

Demonstrate, via examples (such as the success stories), that world class researchers and world class research is being carried by people using open source software, open data, etc.
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Show sucess students are having with open source (highlight student projects).

How this knoweldge helps in both their research and non-academic career.

Demonstrate that you do not have to be a computer programmer or computer scientist to use these software - open source software and OSGeo are open to everyone. There are lots of supports available to help you use the software

Show that using open source sofwtare does not limit or narrow your options in terms of your career or your research - in fact it may actually give you more options.
Answer: Provide information on track record, appealing references etc of open spatial ITAnswer: Check it out yourself!Answer: Empower community membersAnswer: -Answer: List your organization with OSGeo to reach customers and be acknoweldged for your hard work. Help projects with release and maintence to be listed as a core contributor when customers search for experts who can help them. Successful contribute to a project to be listed as an Experienced provider.Answer: OSGeo sponsorship is based on everything your organization does (from sponsoring activities and events, our local chapters, or even direct project support).

We would like to acknoweldge everything you do, we have a range of tools to do so - from visibility on our website and at events, through to networking events and a chance to meet with both potential customers and our members.
Answer:We provide community project and incubation branding used to highlight the quality of your work.

We provide geoforall introducing your project to the academic community, and encouraging the creation of new developers for your project. We also participate in the Google summer of code providing paid interns for your project.

Our network of partners promote the use of your software at the indsutry level.

We provide funding/logistics for code sprints, legal support.

We provide a vendor neutral organization for your project if desired.

Notes:
- You do not need to join, we will promote you anyway
- Unlike many software foundations we are relaxed enough to let you do your own thing (with repositories, websites, branding).

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USP: Join a vibrant community of GIS professionals and enthusiasts who are using open source to bring GIS to to the world. We have software, information and experts to help you use open source for your next project.USP: We are a vibrant alternative with amazing software, support providers who will listen, and community of people just like you who are enjoying GIS.USP: We enable the best acces to experts and quality informationUSP: We provide a vibrent open education and research community for you to join to better servce your institution.USP: We provide a vibrent research community for you to join.

Members of these communities are eager to help new members, to help new members embrace their research with open source software and open data
USP: Your career opertunities are better with a knowledge of a wide range of tools. Your career opportunities are much wider with knowledge of open source toolsUSP: OSGeo has the longest track record in disseminating tested and proven open spatial softwareUSP: Easy to installability, ability to fix.USP: OSGeo as a place to scratch your own itch.USP: - USP: Participating in OSGeo projects helps reach new customers working with open source.USP: Did you sponsor foss4g? Would you like to be cross listed on the website?USP: Join your peers at OSGeo.
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On which area do we want score A+?:
Use open source on your next project.
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Use open source on your next project.
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Make the switch to open source software in your next course, next training school, next module
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Use open source software in your next research project or next project.
On which area do we want score A+?:

Begin to use open source software for your course work, assignments, homework, projects
On which area do we want score A+?:
OSGeo heritage and track record with most used open spatial IT tools/components
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availibity and accesibility of demo's and repositories
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Empowerment
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Highlight support providers who particpate in our community.
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A wall of logos showing how broard the support for our foundation is from all kinds of companies, organizations and governments.
On which area do we want score A+?:
OSGeo provides a community for you and your project team.
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Which content do we need?
References, organizational Statements, Case Studies, tutorials, Whitepapers, Project Plans
Which content do we need?
References, organizational Statements, Case Studies, tutorials, Whitepapers, Project Plans
Which content do we need?Which content do we need?
References, organizational Statements, Case Studies, tutorials, Whitepapers, Project Plans
Which content do we need?
References, organizational Statements, Case Studies, tutorials, Whitepapers, Project Plans
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Tutorials, examples, youtube vidoes, social media
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Approved Vision, Mission, Strategy statements, Year plans and budgets, Project/committee plans, Members Map
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Categorization by project teams of:
1) core contributors: taking on project responsibility
2) experienced providers: demonstrating successful interaction with our project teams
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An attractive sponship package, sponsor logos, brouchers and handouts.
Which content do we need?
- All the things
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Which media can we use?
1. Local chapters
2. Mailing list
3. Website
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1. Local chapters
2. Mailing list
3. Website
Which media can we use?Which media can we use? Website, Newsletters, Mailinglists, Videos and Webinars, Social MediaWhich media can we use? Academic journals, social media, Youtube channelsWhich media can we use?
To research students we must use social media, youtube channels, etc They need to see that use of open source software is something their peers are doing
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OSGeo Live, download links for code and documentation (wiki/SVN)
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Off- and online; Local chapter sites, OSGeo website, Wiki, Repository, Mailinglists,
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Which channels?
Conferences, Workshops, Social Media
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Conferences, Workshops, Social Media
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Conferences, Newsletters, Partners, Project Websites, GeoForAll
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Conferences, Newsletters, Partners, Project Websites, GeoForAll
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Course Materials, Project Websites, Conferences, Local Chapters, GeoForAll, social media
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IRC, Hangouts....
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Tools, response and followup:
Follow-up mailing, contactform, download (after leaving perosonal information), landingpage
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Follow-up mailing, contactform, download (after leaving perosonal information), landingpage
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Specific "young researcher/student" tracks or sections at OSGeo or FOSS4G conferences
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NON-community audiencesCommunity-stakeholders
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GIS Professional (GISP)Propriatary GIS Software Users (ESRI)IT ProfessionalsAcademic FacultyAcademic ReserachersAcademic StudentsInfluencers & DecisionmakersSoftware DevelopersMembersPartners (NGOs etc)Service ProvidersSponsorsContributors
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Impress - Enthuse
& Advocate
Question: Is the audience satisfied enough to choose open spatial and become an advocate? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to use your success to inspire othres! How to go to the next level and particpate in our open education communitee.Question: How to reach this audience? Question: How to reach this audience? Question: Are these individuals willing to promote open spatial IT in their own environment?Question: Are these individuals willing to attrract new developers to their projects?PromoteQuestion: How can I (member) help spread the word?Question: How can we (partner) help promote open source and OSGeo projects?Question: How can we (company) help with OSGeo projects and help spread the word about open source?Question: How does sponsorship help me support open source?

How does sponsorship help support a specific project?

How can sponsorship help me meet customers?
Question: How can we get more involved with OSGeo?
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Answer: Invite and involve them in the community. Answer:
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Teach and present and publish using open source solutions.

Use your advovacy position in class, at lectures, at talks, conferences, workshops etc to always indicate and attribute part of your success to open source solutions, open data etc.
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Highlighting your sucess through GeoForAll can inspire others.

Encourage GeoForAll reseachers to clearly state on papers, reports, presentations, web content, etc which open source software they used, which open data they used, etc. Make it easy for others to see that these things can be used successful by fellow researchers
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Ease of access, transparencey, cool!

You are a member of the community - not just a consumer or user. You have a voice. You have a say. You can change things
Answer: Association with OSGeo (and open spatial IT) provides opportunity to enhance their image in their own sectorsAnswer: Projects need to become more visibleAnswer: OSGeo provides tools, advise etc to promote open spatial IT in your areaAnswer: OSGeo signs a MOU with your organization and provides a "representative" to work on this collaboration. They can guide you and your members through what we have to offer. We ask that you encouraged your members not only to use open source, but to reach towards participation in our community.Answer:
- Promote open source participation in your organization and to your customers.
- When quoting an open-source solution remember to include time for communication with the community and documentation.
- Show your customers the work they paid for appear in the next project release
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OSGeo has a wide range of activtie supporting our mission to empower everyone with open source spatial. You may choose to fund specific iniatives that match your goals, or support the founation as a whole.

Sponsoring a code-sprint, or directly making a docation to a project, give the project steering commitee a chance to work together on high priority activities.

We offer visibility on our website, and in person and events world wide for our sponsors. We also off a netwroking event at our global FOSS4G website which you are welcome to attend.
Answer: We are a volunteer organization - find an area that interests you and help out!

Consider speaking at a local chapter event near you, or presenting at one of the foss4g conferences. Hearing about your project, and how open source works for you, is a great inspiration for everyone.

There are lots of code sprints and outreach activities that coudl benifit from your open source experience (it is also a great way to attract new developers).

Make sure to check in with the different OSGeo committtees to see if they need anything from your project.
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USP: We are an inviting and accesible communityUSP:USP:USP: By collaborating with GeoForAll on Open Education iniatives you can better server your students (adapting material to the changing job market).USP: By contribution to GeoForAll and OpenSource projects you can share experience with others, and improve the state of open source science.

When publishing provide both the data and software for review!
USP: Gain valuable experience (and free software) particpating in the open source community.

You have choice - there are usually many different open source software options. Choose the one that you like the most
USP: OSGeo through its organisation, brand and activities projects a professional and 'big' image.USP: Projects manage their own affairsUSP: Easy access to help from other members in the area if neededUSP: Guidence for our members on success with open source.USP: - USP: If you support OSGeo financially (in any way) we would like to acknoweldge you as a sponsor. Talk to us.USP: Promote open source to users, recommend us to new projects, attend events to meet and inspire others.
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On which area do we want score A+?:
Support, cross-project collaboration, Open Acces, Open Data, (Free) Open Source Software.
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Collaborating on material.

Increased use of open source GIS in the classrooms and laboratories

Increased advocacy by faculty and other scholars about open source solutions - when you have a chance to mention the role of open solutions in your work - do so!
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Sharing success stories at conferences and in publications.
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Encourage grad students to use open source, and contribute their improvements back to open source projects.
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OSGeo brand visiblity and co-branding opportunities
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Close-knitted
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positive collaboration
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Recognizing sponsors who fund OSGeo activities.
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Communicate oppertuntieis available.
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Which content do we need?
Brochure, Project Newsletters, FAQ, Mailings, Sponsors,
Which content do we need?Which content do we need?Which content do we need? Brochure, project newsleters, examples, links to open educational materialsWhich content do we need? Brochure, project newsleters, examples, links to open educational materials, academic papers open access, success stories. Which content do we need? Social media, tutorials, YouTube videos, students giving their success stories, walkthroughts, tutorialsWhich content do we need?
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Downloadable collateral and examples (PPT's etc), Member-map
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MOU, downloadable collateral and examples, "industry/vertical" specific collateral and examples.
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Which media can we use?
White papers, website, newsletter, video, code
Which media can we use?Which media can we use?Which media can we use? AcademicPapers, website, newsletters, videos, links to open educational materialsWhich media can we use? AcademicPapers, website, newsletters, videos, links to open educational materialsWhich media can we use? AcademicPapers, website, newsletters, videos, links to open educational materialsWhich media can we use?
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Off and online; Local chapter, OSGeo website, Wiki, Repository, Mailinglists
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partner communication channels
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Social Media, FOSS4G's, Chapters, Sponsors, Project Page, Blog, Personal Contact, Meetings
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Conferences, Newsletter, Journels
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Conferences, Newsletter, Journels
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Social media, websites, newsletters, emails
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Website, Twitter, partner communication channels
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Accountmanagement on Chapter level, chat, meetings, Conference
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GeoForAll, conference(s) or workshops
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GeoForAll, conference(s) or workshops
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GeoForAll, conference(s) or workshops - maybe some concept of an "I'm an open source user" club/social media group for younger students where experiences can be shared thereby providing advocacy

Specific "young researcher/student" tracks or sections at OSGeo or FOSS4G conferences
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We have a history of just focusing on use (since that is what partners are excited about). We need to remember to be excited about all the potential new contributors!
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