Some nice #OpenStreetMap stuff here
Last week we started a new blog series looking back at the long history of Stamen working w/ the #OpenStreetMap community. Part one covered the early years of Stamen & OSM, two best friends setting off on an adventure together! 👯♀️ Part two coming soon... https://hi.stamen.com/our-brilliant-friend-stamen-and-openstreetmap-through-the-years-21840d86ff0a
We love to hear what you have done in the @firstname.lastname@example.org community, but we also love seeing it too :). We invite you to submit a poster for SotM 2021 - https://blog.openstreetmap.org/2021/05/09/sotm-2021-call-for-posters/
Deadline: 27 June 2021
Announcement: New community mapping campaign for May - #WildAtlanticWay. https://www.openstreetmap.ie/mapping-the-wild-atlantic-way/ @Failte_Ireland@twitter.com @email@example.com
@@WAWHour@twitter.com #osmIRL_WAW #OpenStreetMap
Us in the #OpenStreetMap Ireland community are doing another long project to map all the buildings on Ireland.
We're making sure to map them properly, not just generic building=yes 😊
#osmIRL_buildings campaign data courtesy of @GIScienceHD@twitter.com. A gradual blitzing of building=yes has taken place as various large tasks were validated. building=house is just about to take over as the most numerous building object tag. #OpenStreetMap
#osmIRL We are pleased to announce a launch of a new service - Cantabular by @firstname.lastname@example.org -this is built off historic admin boundaries present in @email@example.com and assists use of the 1911 Census. Read details here: https://www.openstreetmap.ie/cantabular-a-new-use-case-for-openstreetmap/ @CSOIreland@twitter.com
100 Million Edits to OpenStreetMap! The collective contribution of nearly 1 billion features globally over 16 years, by over 1.5 million mappers. Changeset 100,000,000 was uploaded by user Lamine Ndiaye, adding buildings in Nianiane, Sénégal. https://blog.openstreetmap.org/2021/02/25/100-million-edits-to-openstreetmap/
So you want to suggest an #OpenStreetMap tagging scheme....
(Virtually) hug your open source maintainers today
Have you ever thought “Gee I wonder if you took #OpenStreetMap data, and coloured the image based on the distance to the nearest building?”
No? What kind of person _are_ you? 😛
(red=0→1km, orange=1→2km, yellow=2→5km,green=5→50km, blue=>50km)
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