- OpenStreetMap Ireland CLG
- Operating title
- OpenStreetMap Ireland (OSM IE)
- Region or topic
- The island of Ireland (please read the Company governance guide, regarding Northern Ireland).
- Contact name
- Ciaran Staunton
- Contact email
- Contact phone
- Kept private
- Registered place of business
- 28 Chandlers Guild, D08 Kw52 Ireland
- Subgroup within organization
- Rough equivalent of incorporation form in UK law
- Company limited by guarantee, not having a share capital
|Basic contact information||Above|
|Trade registry entry||2019-01-22|
|Copy of articles association or similar||Constitution (22 pages).||2019-01-22|
|Director information||Current Board members/Trustees/Officers:
Member count per 2019-08-23: 11
Trademarks (please include classes):
Other exclusive rights: (company names, protected designs, patents of any kind etc):
|Local consultation||talk-ie discussion||2019-08-22|
|OSMF member||osmf-talk discussion||2019-08-22|
|OSMF signed contract||File link|
Company governance guide (3 pages)
Membership in or affiliations with other organisations
(for example with the Wikimedia Foundation)
There is contact and fellowship with members of this organisation but nothing formal.
All official events are open to all and membership entitles individuals to vote at company EGMs and AGMs. Membership is not required to attend any of the events we run (but does help cover off costs that are likely to occur over time).
Over the past 12 months, a number of meetups have been organised and run across the island of Ireland. These have been promoted publicly on social media channels, the talk-ie mailing list, the OSM event calendar and through other organisations that we've engaged / partnered with). Typical attendance size is 10-20 people.
With respect to Northern Ireland, we consciously focused on being as inclusive as possible while recognising that identity is complex issue for people in Northern Ireland. Our policies approach this in a flexible and inclusive manner with a view of cooperating with and supporting OSM users across the whole island. It's worth noting that OSM contributors in Northern Ireland have been active in the Irish community long before the creation of the formal chapter and we value their contributions to the community now and into the future.