Last year, we brought the Pista online. This year, we're keeping the spirit burning for our 2nd Online Pista on November 13, 16, and 20, 2021!
Pista ng Mapa (Festival of Maps) is a free (as in cost and freedom) and open outreach activity to generate public
interest, advocate the use of open (geo) data, promote free and open source software for geospatial (FOSS4G)
applications, gather and grow enthusiasts, users in the public and private sector, and local communities in the
Philippines, outside of the capital region Metro Manila.
It is organized by volunteer advocates from the local OpenStreetMap, OSGeo/FOSS4G, and other map-py communities.
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Register to join this year's Pista! Early registrants will have the chance to participate in the Community Vote to determine which presentations will be part of PnM21.
Due to the high demand for slots in the conference, we will be limiting the number of participants to be invited into the conference meeting rooms based on their answers to the registration questions.
Want to help organize the Pista? Sign-up as a volunteer below!
Sharing is the essence of Pista. We are always looking for partners who would like to help us make the Pista a firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
The Pista won't be complete without people sharing about their work on open data, open geospatial, and open mapping.
The call for presentations is now closed but you can register for PnM2021 and vote for the presentations you want to see at the conference.
Mapa Para Sa Lahat is back to showcase the creativity and excellence of the Filipino Mapmaker. Everyone is encouraged to create maps, design visualizations, and tell stories through the use of open data and technologies.
Send your best maps/visualizations and get the chance to win up to PhP 10,000 in prizes!
Submissions are open until September 30, 2021.
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