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Friday, November 12th, 2021.
Video stream link
Important information about accessing the video stream for FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2021. Two options to connect are available.
This is the recommended option as you will be able to join the stream as an attendee and ask questions of the presenters. If you haven’t already, you can register here.
Each hub was emailed a separate link last week which will allow you to join the stream as a panelist. Panelists can turn their webcam on while attendees cannot. Your choice.
2. YouTube Live
This is a simple option for those that do not want to or unable to connect via Zoom. All you need to do is connect to the live stream via this link.
The live stream will commence at the following time Friday, November 12th:
- Perth, Australia – 09:00
- Dili, Timor-Leste – 10:00
- Brisbane, Australia – 11:00
- Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea – 11:00
- Hobart, Australia – 12:00
- Canberra, Australia – 12:00
- South Tarawa, Kiribati – 13:00
- Suva, Fiji – 13:00
- Auckland, New Zealand – :14:00
- Apia, Samoa – 15:00
The schedule is as follows:
|Intro and Hub cheer|
|Kate Fickas||Where are all the women?||20|
|Carrol Chan and Nemaia Koto||Building an OSM Community in Fiji: The Journey and Future of OSM Fiji||20|
|Tish Dhar||The History and Politics of Globe Viewers/Virtual Earths||20|
|Q/A with keynote speakers||Q/A session||30|
|Chayn Sun||The second year of COVID-19 in Australia: machine learning on the outbreak pattern and associations with environmental, social-economic factors||15+5 Q/A|
|Emma Krantz||Geospatial Data Management for the Busy and Easily Bored||15+5 Q/A|
|Jacky Jiang||Magda: the open-source data infrastructure powers TerriaJS’s digital twin platform||15+5 Q/A|
|Shogo Hirasawa||The United Nations Vector Tile Toolkit||15+5 Q/A|
|Chris Beddow||Using the Mapillary Python SDK*||15+5 Q/A|
The keynote speakers have been announced. Congratulations to Kate Fickas, Carrol Chan, Nemaia Koto, and Tish Dhar.
- Apia, Samoa
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Hobart, Tasmania
- Melbourne, Australia
- Perth, Australia
- Suva, Fiji
- Tarawa, Kiribati
We’re inviting organisations to sponsor this year’s conference. There are a range of sponsorship options available, all of which you find in the prospectus.
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The Good Mojo initiative has become a tradition at FOSS4G SotM Oceania. The initiative enables the conference become a more inclusive and welcoming event that better reflects the community around us.
If you or your organisation would like to support this initiative, contact us via email@example.com.
Code of Conduct
Please take note of our Code of Conduct.
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