Come Out and Map: OpenStreetMap Fall #editathon in DC
On Sunday October 20th we will be joining the US-wide OpenStreetMap #editathon with a one-afternoon mapping event at George Washington University. Whether you're an experienced OpenStreetMap hand or a new comer who wants to learn more about this exciting community mapping project, joins us for an afternoon to edit and improve OpenStreetMap. If you've never worked with OpenStreetMap before, there will be people who are able to get you started - it's really easy. No RSVP needed.
Later that day, at 6PM we'll meet up for a happy hour at Tonic.
Sunday October 20th 1PM to 6PM
George Washington Department of Geography
1922 F St., NW (Old Main) - Room 233
Sunday October 20th 6PM
Detailed explanation for getting to room 233: The building is on 20th and F, enter from F St. Walk towards elevator then follow the red stripe on the wall to the Department of Geography. At the Department, walk straight down the hall in front of you, first room on your left is room 233.