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  	<li id="wn552_24381">Mark Altaweel <a href="https://www.gislounge.com/the-bystander-effect-with-crowdsourcing-gis-data/">wrote</a> about the 'bystander effect' on sites using volunteered geographical information (VGI) such as Waze and OpenStreetMap. The article is based on an <a href="https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3065303">academic paper</a> by researchers from Michigan. This effect occurs when people are aware that others are already contributing, and therefore are less likely to contribute themselves. The work suggests that the use of targeted interventions might alleviate the problem.</li>
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 <h2 id="wn552_other_“geo”_things">Ostatní geo záležitosti</h2>
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- 	<li id="wn552_24410">Paul Digney, president of SSSI (the Australian professional surveyors' organisation) <a href="https://www.gim-international.com/content/article/getting-aligned-with-the-changing-needs-of-the-geospatial-industry">reflected</a> on the events of the last year in the Australian geospatial world. Highlights included the two mapathons that SSSI ran after the 2020 Australian bushfires, the first to map burnt infrastructure in seven different project areas affected by the fires, and a second that concentrated on mapping for bushfire preparedness (we <a href="https://weeklyosm.eu/archives/13816#wn533_23510">reported</a> earlier).</li>
+ 	<li id="wn552_24410">Prezident SSSI (Australská asociace profesionálních zeměměřičů) Paul Digney  <a href="https://www.gim-international.com/content/article/getting-aligned-with-the-changing-needs-of-the-geospatial-industry">reflected</a> on the events of the last year in the Australian geospatial world. Highlights included the two mapathons that SSSI ran after the 2020 Australian bushfires, the first to map burnt infrastructure in seven different project areas affected by the fires, and a second that concentrated on mapping for bushfire preparedness (we <a href="https://weeklyosm.eu/archives/13816#wn533_23510">reported</a> earlier).</li>
  	<li id="wn552_24370">Molly Burhans, a cartographer, environmentalist, and Catholic, is <a href="https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/02/08/how-a-young-activist-is-helping-pope-francis-battle-climate-change">working to persuade</a> the Catholic Church to map its holdings to enable better management in the light of climate change.</li>
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