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Badges are tokens of recognition that you get for certain achievements / accomplishments. Although these are fairly widespread in social knowledge communities and social networks, OSM does not have a way for a user to show off the extent of your contributions, nor for the community to award users for them (apart from #Existing Efforts described below) - but the idea is to have an automated system, badges are awarded when the user hits a threshold.
It would be nice to have a system of badges / recognition for OSM. This page is intended to:
- collect existing efforts in that general direction
- generate ideas for creating such a system, building on these ideas.
- 1 Background
- 2 Badges for OSM
- 3 Badge Ideas
- 4 Challenges
- 5 See Also
Badges and incentives in other communities
For inspiration, look at the badge systems on other web sites:
On Incentives and Motivation in communities
There's a number of podcasts that deal in part or in whole with badges, rewards, incentive and competition in communities:
- HanselMinutes #152 with Jeff Atwood on StackOverflow
- HanselMinutes #211 with Jeff Atwood on StackExchange
- Herding Code #87 with Jeff Atwood on StackOverflow and StackExchange
- Herding Code #14 with Jeff Atwood on StackOverflow
- StackOverflow Podcast #87 with community manager Robert Cartaino
- This Developer’s Life 1.1.3 on Competition, with John Skeet
This question on Quora provides some good insights: What if you earned badges at work instead of job titles?
- "OpenStreetMap–Overview and Motivational Factors" Nama Budhathoki, Dr. Muki Haklay - 2010 - 
- "Participant's motivations to contribute geographic information in an online community" - Budhathoki, Nama R. - 2010, 
Tutor: Bruce, Bertram C.; Hopkins, Lewis D.; Haythornthwaite, Caroline A.; Haklay, Mordechai
- "Motivating contributors in social media networks" - Vivek K. Singh,Ramesh Jain,Mohan S. Kankanhalli - 2009, 
- "Using Social Psychology to Motivate Contributions to Online Communities" - Kimberly Ling, Gerard Beenen, Pamela Ludford, Xiaoqing Wang, Klarissa Chang, Xin Li, Dan Cosley, Dan Frankowski, Loren Terveen, Al Mamunur Rashid, Paul Resnick, Robert Kraut - 2006, 
- "Feed me: motivating newcomer contribution in social network sites" - Burke, Moira and Marlow, Cameron and Lento, Thomas - 2009, 
Badges for OSM
- geobadges.org - For the geo community in general. They're adding some OSM themed badges, working with TeachOSM (new in 2015)
- missingmaps.org/user profiles - Have badges, awarded automatically based on humanitarian mapping edits.
- How Did You Contribute - general per-user stats. Also 'category' of contribution level
- OpenStreetMap Help site uses StackOverflow style badges to encourage question & answer contributions
- Wiki Userboxes - can be a kind of badge award, but also indicate all sorts of things about a user.
- The Star Awards - An award for big achievements, placed on your OSM wiki user page.
- Lolcat of awesomeness - phased out, but used to be awarded on the wiki Main Page to key contributors
Time Spent Mapping
- Account older than a day, week, month, year, years
- Active mapping period of day, month, week, year, years
- 30 consecutive days of mapping
- Logged in since N days
- Mapped a Road, Path, Footway, Cycleway, Mapped N Roads, Paths, Footways, Cycleways
- Modified N imported features
- POIs (restaurants, etc.)
- Mapped whatever is the feature of the week/month during week/month
- Removed TIGER tags
- First use of a tag that has been used at least 100/1.000/10.000/100.000 times
- Proposed a tag that has been accepted (and used at least 100/1.000/10.000/100.000 times)
Low Level Operations
- Created N nodes, ways, relations
- Modified N nodes, ways, relations
- Deleted N nodes, ways, relations
- Deleted dup objects
- Created a road
- Fixed a road
- Added turn restrictions/speed limits
- Created new cycle route / bus route relation
- Created N bus stops / train stations
- Edited a humanitarian area during crisis
- Used humanitarian presets
- N edits during crisis
- Used Potlatch 1
- Used Potlatch 2
- Used JOSM
- Used Merkaartor
- Mapped in your town
- Mapped in other town in your state/province/country (not always a good idea)
- Mapped in other continent (again, not always a good thing)
- Edited an object hilighted by Keepright/OSB/OSMI/Mapdust
- Created a bug
- Closed a bug
- Deleted N dupe nodes
- Created an address
- Fixed an address
- Created an address interpolation
- Created an associatedStreet relation
- Uploaded N GPX tracks
- Wiki editing
- help.osm submissions
- Ran 1/5/10/50/100 mapping parties with a minimum of N participants (how to measure?)
Badges Of Shame
- N duplicate nodes created
- N stray nodes created
- N crossing ways created
- N relations broken
- Your Badge Idea Could Be Here
- Badges should reward quality mapping, not sheer quantity. We don't want bogus nodes in the database because people are merely badge-hunting.
- Considering contributions in several OSM domains: Wiki, help.osm.org, mailing lists, real life, IRC, ...