This page describes a historic artifact
in the history of OpenStreetMap. It does not reflect the current situation, but instead documents the historical concepts, issues, or ideas
- This was a guide on how to contribute to OpenStreetMap. In contrast to the beginners' guide it focused on editing OpenStreetMap only.
- Impact on OpenStreetMap
- It was one out of numerous attempts to update or rewrite the beginners' guide.
- Reason for being historic
- It has never been updated since its initial creation. The guide uses Potlatch 2 which is no longer available.
- Captured time
By the time you get to this page you should have registered with OpenStreetMap and familiarised yourself with the editor. In this session you will make some small changes to the data in OpenStreetMap. These changes will then form part of the live OpenStreetMap database.
To add a point of interest
To be added - this tutorial is still being developed
To improvement the alignment of features
To add some additional features using aerial photography
To view elements in the editor
To save your changes