Crowdmapping has become a regular tool for self-awareness of localised communities. Plenty of them dedicate voluntary effort to showcasing a commonised public domain and the regional social and solidarity economy. In combining their (geo)data to a greater whole, similarities and distinctions between contemporary political ecologies become debateable on a large scale. Intermapping is the process of forging these connections inbetween existing mapping initiatives and sustaining their long-term interoperability.
Let's increase collaboration on the Charter for Building a Data Commons for a Free, Fair and Sustainable Future and reamplify community interaction between mapping initiatives towards interoperability.