We invite contributions to the FOSS4G 2015 Seoul Map Gallery to build an exciting and vibrant exhibit of the very best in mapping. This Map Gallery will not only demonstrate the work of delegates but also act as a reference point for the current state of mapping more widely. We encourage all delegates to share one example of their work and help us create a cartographic record of the FOSS4G 2015 conference.
Contributing to the FOSS4G Map Gallery is simple: make a map involving open source technology or open data, and share that map online!
Winners of Map Together Competition!
|Best Beautiful Map||MapOnShirt.com||Martins Linde|
|Best Cutting-edged Map(globe, AR, VR etc)||Hiroshima Archive||Hidenori Watanave|
|Best Web Published Map||UK Global Wool Assemblages||Anthonia Ijeoma Onyeahialam|
|Oldest Map||Globo Terrestre by Giovanni Maria Cassini||Jerome St-Louis|
|Most Unique Map||CURTAILING FLOOD DISASTER IN RIVERINE COMMUNITIES IN ABUJA (NIGERIA) WITH GIS||Joseph Nancy Nakup|
|Best Interactive Map||WalkYourPlace||Ebrahim Poorazizi|
Thank you all for your interest on FOSS4G 2015 Map Gallery.
Now you also could check these wonderful maps on FOSS4G Seoul 2015.
Here are 38 maps have submitted to Map Gallery!
Making your map
Make your map using whatever combination of technologies and data you choose. Your map can be the result of a commercial venture or a personal challenge. The map exhibit will feature work in digital form; your map may be a PDF or a may be fully interactive web map application. You will be asked to provide a short description of your map and a statement of the methods, software and data you used in your map design and production and you are also eligible to enter your map into one of the the various competition categories…yes, there’s prizes up for grabs! The only other criteria for submitting your work is that it should have been created during 2013-2015.
Submitting your map
The submission form will open on 1st July and the closing date for submissions is 31st August giving you 2 months to pull together the projects you’ve been working with over the last year.
You are encouraged to submit your application via the FOSS4G web site where you will be taken through the on-line submissions process.
– Title of Map
– Additional map authors
– Statement on the map design and production process to include comments about what software and data you used, noting in particular what open source technologies or data you used.
– Map together category
‘ 1) Best web published map
‘ 2) Best interactive map
‘ 3) Best beautiful map
‘ 4) Best cutting-edged map(globe, AR, VR etc)
‘ 5) Best enhanced map for people with disabilities
‘ 6) Most unique map
‘ 7) Oldest map
– Map format: If your map is a PDF then you will be required to upload it(details provided during the submission process). If you are submitting a web map application then you will be required to input a URL at which the map will be hosted. Please note, web map applications will be required to be visible from the time of submission for a period of a t least 1 year.
Fame and glory!
There are several optional Map together categories, and each will be judged by a panel of independent experts. The winners of each category will be announced during the conference. There will also be a People’s Choice Map Prize. Delegates at the conference will be encouraged to explore the map exhibit during the conference and vote for their favorite map.
The FOSS4G Map Gallery
During the conference, submitted maps will be displayed in several ways. A digital map gallery will showcase work from all participants and delegates will be encouraged to visit the map exhibit and explore the entries. Maps will also be displayed throughout the venue on large format projected displays as well as be used in between sessions. Your maps will gain considerable exposure, and there may be no better way to network than being able to say “hey…that’s my map!” and start a conversation.
Ms. Annie Shim
FOSS4G Seoul 2015 Secretariat
Tel.: +82 2 6288 6324
Fax: +82 2 6288 6399 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org