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Posted by Courtney Clark on Feb, 11 2016
A young woman anxiously practices a talk about youth in OSM that she is slated to give at the HOT Summit the following day. Impostor’s syndrome has convinced her that it be would better for her not to give the talk at all; she’s relatively new to HOT and has few technical skills. She’ll be easily exposed as a fraud, and the audience members surely have better uses of their time than listening to her (spoiler alert: that was me at the first HOT Summit).  
Posted by Mikel Maron on Feb, 8 2016
Guest post by Pratik Yadav, data analyst at Mapbox. The HOT Tasking Manager (TM) has been the critical tool for rapid and massive coordination for disaster response and preparedness mapping. Since the first task in September 2011, there have been a total of 1168 tasks published in the Tasking Manager. This map shows the footprint of all HOT tasks up to January 5, 2016, with a total coverage of about 7,449,759 sq kms.
Posted by xamanu on Feb, 4 2016
We made great progress on a crowd-sourced public transportation map for Managua! Over seventy generous donours supported us, through our crowd-funding initiative, to raise $6,212 dollars and with this they enabled us to print the city's bus map 40,000 times. Yesterday, members of the OpenStreetMap Nicaragua cummunity handed over the collaboratively created and printed public transportation maps to the people. Managua became Central America's first capital with a complete transportation map. And only the community made this possible: