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The State of OpenStreetMap 2013

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Tuesday, June 11th 2013


This past weekend the OpenStreetMap U.S. community gathered in San Francisco to examine the State of the Map. How is the crowdsourced map and its supporting infrastructure changing how mapmakers select data and services?

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OpenStreetMap Launches New Editor and Funding Drive - All Points Blog
Moving from Manifold IMS to CartoDB and Leaflet - Directions Magazine
Leaflet Edit in OSM
MapBox Continues to Innovate, Improve with OpenStreetMap - Directions Magazine
Summary of Weekly OSM activity
Quattroshapes-The Global Polygon Gazetteer
OpenStreetMap launches all-new easy map editor and announces funding appeal
OpenStreetMap Data Report 2013 - MapBox
OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries
State of the Map Conference U.S.
State of the Map
Six ventures bring data to the public as winners of Knight News Challenge - Directions Magazine
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