Promoting OSGeo projects on the MapScaping Podcast

Next Topic
 
classic Classic list List threaded Threaded
3 messages Options
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Promoting OSGeo projects on the MapScaping Podcast

jody.garnett
The Marketing Committee is exploring additional outreach ideas to reach everyone who cannot join us for FOSS4G this year.

Our first experiment is to collaborate with the MapScaping Podcast (which you may already know from recent presentations on PostGIS, PostgreSQLQGIS, Qfield and other technologies). We are looking for volunteers to do a podcast episode on additional OSGeo projects.
 
Projects wishing to take part please contact the marketing committee mailing list, we have allocated a budget for 4 projects to be represented.

Here are some words from Daniel and the MapScaping podcast:

My name is Daniel O’Donohue, I am a big fan and user of open source geospatial software. I am also the host of The MapScaping Podcast which is a weekly podcast for the geospatial community. 
 
I would like to work with you to increase the awareness of open source geospatial software. I have published episodes about Postgres/ Postgis, QGIS, QField and Input, R, and geospatial python which my audience has responded well to. I would really like to promote and introduce people to other open-source geospatial tools but producing and publishing podcasts is not free and finding qualified guests to talk about things like GeoNode and Geoserver is not easy.
 
Here is what my process for producing a podcast episode looks like:

Pre-interview 
This is a 30-40 minute informal call where we can meet each other and discuss topics and questions that might lead to interesting and informative conversation for the audience. I use a software called calendly which takes care of all of the time zone issues. I will send you a link, you choose I time that suits you and we can go from there. All the pre-interviews and interviews are recorded remotely using software called cleanfeed. There is nothing to install, I will send you a link and as long as you have a good microphone and a quiet place we should be fine. This is also an opportunity for me to test your audio and explain the structure of the interview and what the recording process looks. Great audio quality and the ability to speak clearly is a must! 
 
If the pre-interview goes well we will schedule a time to record a podcast episode. I like to schedule an hour for each interview, the published episode will be somewhere between 30-40 minutes but by scheduling an hour we have time to fix any technical issues and repeat questions and answers if needed. The episode will typically be published somewhere 2 - 4 weeks after being recorded.
 
If you are interested in being involved it is a good idea to listen to an episode or two so you get a feel for the style and structure of the podcast. I am really looking forward to working with you on this!
--
Jody Garnett

_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: Promoting OSGeo projects on the MapScaping Podcast

Jeroen Ticheler - GeoCat
Hi!
I volunteer the GeoNetwork opensource project for such podcast. 
GeoNetwork is used in many national and international settings to provide access to geospatial data that governments and other parties manage and make accessible. 
Kind regards,
Jeroen - project founder

_________________________
Jeroen Ticheler
GeoCat bv
Veenderweg 13
6721 WD Bennekom
Tel: +31 (0)6 81286572
https://www.geocat.net

Op 23 jun. 2020 om 17:45 heeft Jody Garnett <[hidden email]> het volgende geschreven:


The Marketing Committee is exploring additional outreach ideas to reach everyone who cannot join us for FOSS4G this year.

Our first experiment is to collaborate with the MapScaping Podcast (which you may already know from recent presentations on PostGIS, PostgreSQLQGIS, Qfield and other technologies). We are looking for volunteers to do a podcast episode on additional OSGeo projects.
 
Projects wishing to take part please contact the marketing committee mailing list, we have allocated a budget for 4 projects to be represented.

Here are some words from Daniel and the MapScaping podcast:

My name is Daniel O’Donohue, I am a big fan and user of open source geospatial software. I am also the host of The MapScaping Podcast which is a weekly podcast for the geospatial community. 
 
I would like to work with you to increase the awareness of open source geospatial software. I have published episodes about Postgres/ Postgis, QGIS, QField and Input, R, and geospatial python which my audience has responded well to. I would really like to promote and introduce people to other open-source geospatial tools but producing and publishing podcasts is not free and finding qualified guests to talk about things like GeoNode and Geoserver is not easy.
 
Here is what my process for producing a podcast episode looks like:

Pre-interview 
This is a 30-40 minute informal call where we can meet each other and discuss topics and questions that might lead to interesting and informative conversation for the audience. I use a software called calendly which takes care of all of the time zone issues. I will send you a link, you choose I time that suits you and we can go from there. All the pre-interviews and interviews are recorded remotely using software called cleanfeed. There is nothing to install, I will send you a link and as long as you have a good microphone and a quiet place we should be fine. This is also an opportunity for me to test your audio and explain the structure of the interview and what the recording process looks. Great audio quality and the ability to speak clearly is a must! 
 
If the pre-interview goes well we will schedule a time to record a podcast episode. I like to schedule an hour for each interview, the published episode will be somewhere between 30-40 minutes but by scheduling an hour we have time to fix any technical issues and repeat questions and answers if needed. The episode will typically be published somewhere 2 - 4 weeks after being recorded.
 
If you are interested in being involved it is a good idea to listen to an episode or two so you get a feel for the style and structure of the podcast. I am really looking forward to working with you on this!
--
Jody Garnett
_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects

_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: Promoting OSGeo projects on the MapScaping Podcast

jody.garnett
Jeroen can you please contact the marketing committee (http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/marketing).

I also note that if we fill up the initial 4 slots this is the kind of activity that projects may wish to put their OSGeo budget towards.
--
Jody Garnett


On Wed, 24 Jun 2020 at 08:09, Jeroen Ticheler <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi!
I volunteer the GeoNetwork opensource project for such podcast. 
GeoNetwork is used in many national and international settings to provide access to geospatial data that governments and other parties manage and make accessible. 
Kind regards,
Jeroen - project founder

_________________________
Jeroen Ticheler
GeoCat bv
Veenderweg 13
6721 WD Bennekom
Tel: +31 (0)6 81286572

Op 23 jun. 2020 om 17:45 heeft Jody Garnett <[hidden email]> het volgende geschreven:


The Marketing Committee is exploring additional outreach ideas to reach everyone who cannot join us for FOSS4G this year.

Our first experiment is to collaborate with the MapScaping Podcast (which you may already know from recent presentations on PostGIS, PostgreSQLQGIS, Qfield and other technologies). We are looking for volunteers to do a podcast episode on additional OSGeo projects.
 
Projects wishing to take part please contact the marketing committee mailing list, we have allocated a budget for 4 projects to be represented.

Here are some words from Daniel and the MapScaping podcast:

My name is Daniel O’Donohue, I am a big fan and user of open source geospatial software. I am also the host of The MapScaping Podcast which is a weekly podcast for the geospatial community. 
 
I would like to work with you to increase the awareness of open source geospatial software. I have published episodes about Postgres/ Postgis, QGIS, QField and Input, R, and geospatial python which my audience has responded well to. I would really like to promote and introduce people to other open-source geospatial tools but producing and publishing podcasts is not free and finding qualified guests to talk about things like GeoNode and Geoserver is not easy.
 
Here is what my process for producing a podcast episode looks like:

Pre-interview 
This is a 30-40 minute informal call where we can meet each other and discuss topics and questions that might lead to interesting and informative conversation for the audience. I use a software called calendly which takes care of all of the time zone issues. I will send you a link, you choose I time that suits you and we can go from there. All the pre-interviews and interviews are recorded remotely using software called cleanfeed. There is nothing to install, I will send you a link and as long as you have a good microphone and a quiet place we should be fine. This is also an opportunity for me to test your audio and explain the structure of the interview and what the recording process looks. Great audio quality and the ability to speak clearly is a must! 
 
If the pre-interview goes well we will schedule a time to record a podcast episode. I like to schedule an hour for each interview, the published episode will be somewhere between 30-40 minutes but by scheduling an hour we have time to fix any technical issues and repeat questions and answers if needed. The episode will typically be published somewhere 2 - 4 weeks after being recorded.
 
If you are interested in being involved it is a good idea to listen to an episode or two so you get a feel for the style and structure of the podcast. I am really looking forward to working with you on this!
--
Jody Garnett
_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects
_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects

_______________________________________________
Projects mailing list
[hidden email]
https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/projects