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Re: [Public-Transit-Data-Summit] New organizer

From: Jehiah
Sent on: Thursday, May 27, 2010 10:57 AM
Hi everyone, I am looking forward to leading this group, and getting  
to know all of you.

For our upcoming June meetup (date TBD) I would love to have 2 or 3  
people give demos of transit related work they have done, so if you  
have a cool transit app, visualization, or fascinating transit  
research you want to demo please email me at [address removed]


On May 26, 2010, at 11:04 AM, Nicholas Bergson-Shilcock <[address removed] 
 > wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm writing to let you know that I'm stepping down as the meetup  
> organizer. I'm moving to California for the summer to start a  
> company, and so it wouldn't be very practical for me to try to  
> continue organizing a meetup in New York ;) Being part of this group  
> has been a true pleasure for me, and I'm absolutely thrilled with  
> the changes this group's hard work has helped bring about.
> The great news is that NY Open Transit Data meetup member, author of  
> theNextTrain, and GTFS Data Exchange extraordinaire Jehiah Czebotar  
> is taking over as the new meetup organizer. Jehiah is a long-time  
> advocate of open data and has done a tremendous amount to make more  
> transit data available. He'll be an awesome organizer and will bring  
> new energy to the group.
> OpenPlans will continue sponsoring and hosting the meetup. This  
> means we'll still have a beautiful space for our meetings, and free  
> pizza and beer will continue to be a staple of the group.
> Keep on opening up that data and building awesome transit apps. I'll  
> be back in NYC after the summer and will be excited to see the cool  
> stuff this group's done.
> Best,
>  -Nick
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