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* We need people to help [[OSArch Curriculum|design a curriculum]] to teach about AEC tools and OpenBIM concepts.
 
* We need people to help [[OSArch Curriculum|design a curriculum]] to teach about AEC tools and OpenBIM concepts.
 
* We need help with important unfinished wiki pages. Anybody can edit!
 
* We need help with important unfinished wiki pages. Anybody can edit!
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* And help with developement is of course the most important part so [[Create your first Blender add-on]] or [[Start coding for Blender]] today!
 
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* [[Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)|Learn about how COBie works]]
 
* [[Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)|Learn about how COBie works]]
 
* [[COBie definition of a maintainable asset|Read the COBie definition of a maintainable asset]]
 
* [[COBie definition of a maintainable asset|Read the COBie definition of a maintainable asset]]
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* [[Brick Schema|An introduction to Brickschema]]
  
 
Learn how to specify data requirements with [[Model View Definitions (MVD)|MVDs]] and [[Using MicroMVDs for exchange requirements|MicroMVDs]] ([[:Category:Model_View_Definitions_(MVD)|all articles]]).
 
Learn how to specify data requirements with [[Model View Definitions (MVD)|MVDs]] and [[Using MicroMVDs for exchange requirements|MicroMVDs]] ([[:Category:Model_View_Definitions_(MVD)|all articles]]).

Latest revision as of 23:47, 18 November 2021


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