Mapbox

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Mapbox (mapbox.com) offers commercial mapping services. Many of them use OpenStreetMap data and involve large open-source efforts. Mapbox is a main contributor to the Mapnik renderer project, it helped create the new web editor iD and it created Tilemill, the software used to design the OpenStreetMap map style. Mapbox employs a data team actively improving the map.

Tools and products

Maps

They also provide various tilesets that can be used by customers:

  • Mapbox Streets - a general-purpose tileset (used by foursquare)
  • Mapbox Outdoors - an outdoors focused tileset with trails and high resolution terrain data
  • OSM Bright - a starter style for creating your own OpenStreetMap design

External Links

Mapbox Data Team

The Mapbox Data Team continuously improves OpenStreetMap by fixing errors and adding data. For any questions about our work, get in touch with our mappers. For any general feedback message Aaron Lidman.

Ongoing projects

Finalized projects

Team members

Here are the OpenStreetMap user accounts of the Mapbox data team. For any questions, please get in touch with the team member listed or with Aaron Lidman. These are only the user names of people systematically updating OpenStreetMap as part of their job at Mapbox. There are many other Mapbox team members mapping on OpenStreetMap as a hobby - they are not listed here.

Data Team Guidelines

In addition to the rules that apply to everyone in the community, here are the guidelines the Mapbox team reiterates and adds for themselves:

  1. We listen to community. We are looking for your feedback on how to make a better map. Get any time in touch with any of the our data team members. For general feedback message Aaron Lidman.
  2. Quality is paramount. We hold ourselves to the highest mapping standards as documented on the OpenStreetMap Wiki or as established as common practice in the community.
  3. Local knowledge first. Where in any doubt, the locally surveyed information prevails over remote updates.
  4. We disclose all ongoing mapping efforts here on this OpenStreetMap Wiki page.
  5. All full time data team members will be listed here on this OpenStreetMap Wiki page and identified on their user profiles.
  6. Where possible we use public tools for coordinating work, allowing anyone in the community to participate.

Feedback

Please send any general feedback on Mapbox' work on OpenStreetMap to Aaron Lidman.