After discussing this with
@keikreutler today at
@codeforbe we came to the solution, that it can make sense to run two tracks parallely.
- One focussing on community and actual mapping with people from the fields and
- another one focussing on open source mapping engines (2 hrs in the morning), mapping the mappings and all related questions (4 hrs during the day) as well as a tempospatial linked data outreach (2 hrs in the evening).
In the same time, while participants are active or groups are cooking, there would be the chance to remotely run a wikisprint in the background to improve our documentation.
Another idea can be to start mapping from the 13th on, have a little thing on the global MapJam on the 16th and then conclude that on the 18ths.
Edit: Maybe I’m moving the technical workshop to sunday the 19th, as I have to chop wood on the 18th.