Last year, volunteers added and/or validated 12,824 schools in the , helping complete the first phase of the project. A more challenging second phase is progressing slowly for harder tasks.

Watch out for another public mapping challenge soon, now that the community was granted formal government permission to use another dataset for OSM.

No mention of , and yet several of entities mentioned actively use and/or support OSM. 🤐
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RT @GISDevEd
GIS enthusiasts, I think this might help someone. This sums up the Geospatial data ecosystem pretty well and it might come in handy at some point in your projects or career.

twitter.com/GISDevEd/status/14

for querying data has a new look, and it seems to perform much faster now 🤩

Is the project dead? 😞 The old demo URL the I occasionally use for micro-mapping for no longer shows anything: projets.pavie.info/pic4carto

RT @OSMstats
4️⃣8️⃣ contributors mapped every single day in 2021.

Can you identify yourself or a friend in the Top 100 active users in the last year?

In the local language, "Inuman" is a drinking spree with alcoholic beverages. 🍻

Perhaps, this is where you're schooled with the basics. 😆

Random find in . 😅

In light of the aftermath of (aka Rai), is reminding the community of data users in the Philippines that their instance for disaster management services updates every 10 minutes and available at disaster.openrouteservice.org

More info: k1z.blog.uni-heidelberg.de/202

In light of the aftermath of (aka Rai), is reminding the community of data users in the Philippines that their instance for disaster management services updates every 10 minutes and available at disaster.openrouteservice.org

More info: k1z.blog.uni-heidelberg.de/202

You'll find a streeet in San Juan called "P. Guevarra" (sic), supposedly to honor Pedro Guevara, a Filipino soldier, journalist, and legislator.

Most people won't probably know who that person is, nor care, when local governments don't even bother to spell their name correctly.

RT @bplmaps
On this day in 1913, the stolen Mona Lisa painting was recovered from room 20 of the Tripoli-Italia Hotel in Florence, Italy. This late-19th century map coincidentally shows a portion of the painting's route from Stazione Centrale to the Tripoli-Italia Hotel on Via Panzani.

Only shows how big has become, where a government agency "asks" them to modify their features, and whose users "pay" for the "free" map by becoming targets for advertisers

P.S.
Many of these cycleway maps are available for Free 😜
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RT @onenewsph
The Department of Transportation says their bike lanes have pavement markings, physical separators, solar-powered road studs, and thermoplastic paint.
twitter.com/onenewsph/status/1

Where You Are: Cartography as Wayfinding for the Soul

Mapping the human experience based on *disposition* rather than position.

Bukas na ang @pistangmapa ! :🥳 Tatlong sabado ng talks & presentations tungkol sa at

Narito ang programa: pistangmapa.github.io/2021/pro

Do you know of the JOSM Strava Heatmap extension [0] ? In the latest version, it's now easy-peasy to load configurable layers in or the , with a Strava account.

Check out their github repo [1] for more details.

[0]: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef
[1]: github.com/zekefarwell/josm-st

Hey JOSM users.

Is there any way for JOSM to remember the state of shaded windows (minimized to just the titlebar) between restarts?

It's annoying to roll-up windows everytime I launch JOSM. 🤐

"DRRMO", in the Philippine context, is an acryonym for the tongue twisting " Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office". The government agencies responsible for disaster risk reduction, planning, and response.

You'd find a number of usernames that includes that acronym, but they don't appear to be mapping actively. 🤔

Apart from using OSM as a bas emaps, I wonder how else the majority of them participate?

Now that
@drewdaraabrams
has elaborated on this, perhaps this should be re-worded as: ends up using data 😁

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