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How we used Social Media to organise an event for 100 people in six weeks…

April 19, 2012

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I have posted a report on the official GeoRabble site about the first  Brisbane GeoRabble event The background to the GeoRabble story is the Twitter ecosystem of Oz Geo people.  Looking back on the Twitter history (The easy way to search the Twitter timeline)  I find it began on January 12th in a throw away joke […]

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GeoRabble Melbourne – Social Media

October 3, 2011

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Twitter @GeoRabble  Hashtags #GeoRabble  #GeoRabbleMelb There is an open @georabble twitter feed with access and passwords provided for  GeoRabble Melbourne 1 Organizers  – more traffic and tweets would be good. The preferred convention is that official Tweets about GR events or items will be tweeted first from @Georabble and then can be Retweeted form individual twitter accounts. Follow […]

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The Organizing Crew: GeoRabble Melbourne Event 1

October 3, 2011

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Sally Waller, an ecologist with SKM,   Andrew Wise ESTA, Yvonne Thompson,  Marie Slako (Geomatic Technologies), Phil Delaney (SKM) Newly joined (Welcome) :  Jane Edwards (SKM) Sydneyside support effort-  Stewart Hay, OneSphere Consulting, Maurits Van Der Vlugt, Cisco Urbina

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GeoRabble Melbourne Organizers Meeting 2

October 1, 2011

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This is a follow up to the First GeoRabble Melbourne Organizers Meeting.   Thanks to  Cisco and the Georabble team for the continued support and also to Sally for providing the positive energy to get this up and running. Meeting Date:  2 Monday Oct 3rd. The GeoRabble people take a very ‘clean’ approach to their site, so for now I […]

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GeoRabble Melbourne Organizers Meeting 1

October 1, 2011

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GeoRabble  is an initiative started in NSW (that’s the cool logo above) by some geo-people such as Maurits van der Vlugt and Cisco Urbino. A GeoRabble is a *free*, casual geospatial event where the talks are short and punchy, and people share geo-ideas, full of fun, and free of sales-pitches. Sydney just had it’s third […]

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Event announcement: San Remo July 5th 2011 AS/NZS4819 Bass Coast Workshop

June 27, 2011

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Thanks to Paul Lennox for organising another in a series of hands-on workshops for local governments with Dr Laura Kostanski from the DSE Office of Geographic Names. It’s great to be invited and to help further clarify some of the grey areas. We want the revised standard AS/NZS4819 to make life easier for Local Government. […]

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