Thanks for the updates y’all, your info should now be up on the page.
If you’re just reading this post and would like to be added on the map, please continue to post your info on here, as it is the quickest way for us to get that info.
However, we also highly recommend following Jeannine’s suggestion of adding your space to the visa page of the coworking wiki.
Annnnnd, because y’all asked so darn nicely, we’ll work on a script so you can easily embed the coworking visa map onto your own sites. But may take a couple of weeks as we are still rolling out the rest of our new site, so we have to finish some work on the homefront first.
Felix, thanks for the info on the free coworking map you’re working on. At the moment, we might limit the info on the page to the coworking visa program, as it is meant to be used by our members who travel frequently and would like to get a taste of the local coworking flavour when they’re travelling.
On Sunday, 14 April 2013 18:56:27 UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:
We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.
We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page: