Divide and map. Now.

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Divide and map. Now.
Damn light client.png
Author: qeef
License: GNU Affero General Public License (free of charge)
Platform: Web
Status: Active
Version: https://git.sr.ht/~qeef/damn-deploy/refs
Language: English
Website: https://damn-project.org/
Source code: https://sr.ht/~qeef/damn-project/
Programming languages: SQL, Python, JavaScript, and docker-compose

The damn project helps mappers by dividing a big area into smaller squares that people can map together.

The icon of the damn project.

Divide and map. Now. -- the damn project -- helps mappers by dividing a big area into smaller squares[1] that people can map together.

The damn project supports collaborative mapping with the common workflow of map -> review -> done. Other supported use-cases include Review the work of the mapper, Download notes periodically, and Mapping with prepared data.

The damn project consists of several clients aimed at a specific group of mappers: Mapping beginner, mappers who ensure quality and/or help beginners improve, and mappers who manage areas to be mapped.

Running instances


  1. Planar shapes, to be exact. New area can be divided automatically into rectangles, diamonds, hexagons, bricks, and rhombs. It is possible to provide already divided area with custom shapes.

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