By the power of Tito



Thursday, 1 August 2019

All day Day 1
Time Plenary hall
08:00 Registration
09:00 Opening Remarks and announcements
Organizing team and Foundation University
09:20 Keynote Address
Rene Sanapo, The Asia Foundation
10:00 Break in Exhibit Hall
10:30 - Introduction to Open Communities, Eugene Alvin Villar
- Introduction to OpenStreetMap, Arnalie Faye Vicario
- State of FOSS4G in the academe, RK Aranas
- Open Contracting, Hivos
- OpenStreetMap and Grab: Bringing communities together in South East Asia, Jinal Foflia
- High-Accuracy Low-Cost Drone Mapping, Engr. Voltaire Tila
12:00 Lunch
Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
13:00 Data Storytelling with Open Contracting Data. Hands-on workshop bringing together journalists, open data enthusiasts, storytellers, mappers, and visual artists to learn, be inspired, and to come up with their own version of data stories on public procurement. Hivos Introduction workshop to OpenStreetMap. Walk through the basics of contributing to the OpenStreetMap project, and learn how you can contribute to building the best free map of the Philippines. OSMPH volunteers -
14:30 Break in Exhibit Hall - -
15:00 Geo* Data Science with Python. A hands-on introduction to the commonly used tools for implementing geo data science workflows with Python. Ian Panganiban Human Experience Design for Maps. A quick hands-on workshop on how to use design thinking principles to create better maps. Charmyne Mamador OpenStreetMap Mapathon
Mapping the fire stations of Negros Island. MapAm💜re
16:30 Break in Exhibit Hall - -
17:00 Creating interactive maps using Mapbox GLJS. Find out how to use Mapbox GL JS, a JavaScript library that uses WebGL to render maps from vector tiles and Mapbox styles, to create an interactive map of threatened and endangered birds in the Philippines. Maning Sambale Collecting street-level imagery for the commons. Learn how to collect street-level ground imagery using smartphone or action cameras, using Mapillary or OpenStreetCam. Erwin Olario OpenStreetMap Mapathon
19:00 Socials - TBD -

Friday, 2 August 2019

All day Day 2
Time Plenary hall
09:00 Lightning talks - 5 minute quick talk on any topic. Participants in this session can register their topic during the conference.
10:00 Break in Exhibit Hall
Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
10:30 Foregrounding spatial narratives against development aggression: methods, tools, and modes of countermapping The panel/workshop on pioneering countermapping methodology to foreground experiences of violence and displacement of vulnerable groups due to land conversion and urban development. Participants will engage in a guided cognitive mapping and critical reflection exercise Countermapping for Social Justice Project "DIY" imagery collection for mapping. This workshop introduces how to use high resolution imagery collected from off-the-shelf UAV devices for mapping in OpenStreetMap. Banito Soriano, Ian Gongona, & Leigh Lunas OpenStreetMap Mapathon
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)
12:00 Lunch - -
13:30 Beyond the Basics with QGIS 3.X. Learn about cool plugins in QGIS, new features of QGIS 3.X, advanced styling, digitizing and georeferencing, connecting Q to remote services, the QGIS graphical modeller, etc. Ben Hur Pintor Datamining OpenStreetMap with Overpass Turbo. A hands-on crash course on web-based geodata mining, plus quick-and-dirty maps. No OpenStreetMap experience required. Erwin Olario When women map. The Geoladies-led workshop will engage women to tell their stories and map places, spaces, and experiences that shaped them. Participants will form groups, exchange ideas, and map places using ID editor. GeoLadies volunteers
15:00 Break in Exhibit Hall - -
Time Plenary hall
15:20 Geo-ladies plenary session/presentation. The Geoladies special plenary session will provide a series of talks about how women navigate daily life, society, and the world. GeoLadies volunteers
16:30 OSM Editor Showdown. A fun and friendly mapping competition between the 2 most popular OpenStreetMap editors (iD and JOSM).
17:00 Closing Session

Saturday, 3 August 2019

All day Local Community (LoCo) Day

These are optional out-of-campus activities.

  • Field data collection for OpenStreetMap.
  • Collecting aerial imagery with drones.