I’m Steve Bennett: software engineer, project manager, business analyst, technical writer, system administrator, technical analyst, project administrator and opinionateur in the Australian e-Research sector. I currently work at the University of Melbourne, where I help to build communities of researchers around technologies. My free time is filled with cycle touring, open data, maps, and general technological exploration.
Steve on the web:
- 2014: http://steventuring.wordpress.com, my outdoor adventures, especially cycling ones.
- 2013: http://researchmaps.net, material and support site for our Mapmaking for Academics course.
- 2013: http://cycletour.org, a route planning site I’m making for cycle touring in Victoria.
- 2013: http://emscycletours.site44.com, a map of all the trips my cycle touring buddies have done.
- 2013: “Immigration in proportion” video for Govhack 2013, co-created with Andrew Wise. (Official competition entry).
- 2013: http://thingsihateaboutgit.tumblr.com, an outlet for Git criticism.
- 2013: http://qartography.tumblr.com, an outlet for map-making experiments.
- 2009-: A gazillion edits on OpenStreetMap, plus some work on Potlatch2, the Flash-based editor
- 2005-:A gazillion edits on Wikipedia, including lots of photos and maps.
- 2008: Wrote most of the documentation for the ARCHER project.
- 2003: Rendered landscapes with Terragen