In this section, we share who helped us building our website, be it with code, data, content or advise.
- The members of OpenStreetMap and many of their local chapters, with who we have a constant interaction.
- The folks from openmapchile.cl, with special thanks to Paul Dassori Artigas, who taught Francisco how to use the OpenStreetMap editors and provided him with information of great value and professional insights, as well as a great friendship.
- The people from arbolesurbanos.com.ar, who personally facilitated us the source code and the data of their website. Furthermore, they are a role model for us in relationship to how they organized the information of their website, which is why we also incorporated two pages to our website which are called "Species" and "Glossary", respectively.
- The women from the group "Women in Machine Learning and Data Science Buenos Aires", with special thanks to Ivana Feldfeber, the directress of the group, who shared our project with them. Some of the members of that group are now members of our own project.
- The Google Development Group of Neuquén, with special thanks to its director, Sebastián Herrera, who contacted us with many important local referents and authorities from "el Alto Valle de Neuquén y Río Negro".
- Martín Simonyan, our dear colleague and the admin of arboladourbano.com.
- Leandro Nicolás "Nilo" Hernández, a personal friend and Computer Science student who gave us advise on how to organize our website.
- Juan Manuel Dócile, from OpenStreetMap Argentina and the national government of Argentina, who helped us to get in contact with Valeria Amaya, the local urban forest authority of the city of Tucumán.
- Anabella Vitas, who recommended us to get in touch with Fernanda Presa, our Graphic Designer.
- Ramiro Ongaro, a Computer Scientist who selflessly oriented us and helped us promote our project, as well as we shared long, super interesting techy talks with him.
- Débora, from the group "Huerta urbana y consciente La Plata y alrededores", who contacted us with Ramiro.
- The anonymous Telegram user "Mad Data Scientist" from the group "Usuaries de datos Argentina", who shared with us a method to scrap data from web tables.
- All the Facebook groups oriented towards open source, whose users provided their help in multiple occasions.