Featured images/Apr-Jun 2014

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These are featured images, which have been identified as the best examples of OpenStreetMap mapping, or as useful illustrations of the OpenStreetMap project.

If you know another image of similar quality, you can nominate it on Featured image proposals.

 from April to June 2013  from January to March 2014 from July to September 2014  from April to June 2015 

Gallery of featured images, from April to June 2014

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Week 14 (from Monday 31 March 2014 to Sunday 6 April 2014) [Edit]

Brian prangle document freedom certificate-s.jpg

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Week 15 (from Monday 7 April 2014 to Sunday 13 April 2014) [Edit]

HOT changesets west africa 2014-04-05.png

The map shows all changesets with #HOT in and around Guinea. The tool visualises changesets of the last seven days with a certain comment.

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Week 16 (from Monday 14 April 2014 to Sunday 20 April 2014) [Edit]


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Week 17 (from Monday 21 April 2014 to Sunday 27 April 2014) [Edit]

SOTM US 2014 group photo.jpg

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Week 18 (from Monday 28 April 2014 to Sunday 4 May 2014) [Edit]

Toulouse sketchy map sample.png

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Week 19 (from Monday 5 May 2014 to Sunday 11 May 2014) [Edit]

2014 London HOT Congo Mapathon mappers and teachers.jpg

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Week 20 (from Monday 12 May 2014 to Sunday 18 May 2014) [Edit]


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Week 21 (from Monday 19 May 2014 to Sunday 25 May 2014) [Edit]

Dutch building and addresses import alt2.jpg
  • English : For the past few months the community in the Netherlands have been carrying out a manual merging BAGimport of open address and buildings data, using a special JOSM import plugin (dutch), and this site to monitor the progress uploading areas of data

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Week 22 (from Monday 26 May 2014 to Sunday 1 June 2014) [Edit]

Linuxwochen Wien 2014-05-08T17-41-18.jpg
  • English : Austrian OpenStreetMappers at Linuxwochen 2014 in Vienna, offering T-shirts, tablecloths, posters, books, cups, and notebooks!

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Week 23 (from Monday 2 June 2014 to Sunday 8 June 2014) [Edit]

ID editor at Chicago Civic User Testing.jpg
  • English : Trying out the iD editor for the first time. Sixteen test subjects went through the process and gave their feedback as part of a "Civic User Testing Group" event in Chicago

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Week 24 (from Monday 9 June 2014 to Sunday 15 June 2014) [Edit]

Telangana India.png
  • English : The new Indian state of Telangana which was created by an order of the Indian government, has been incorporated into the map by OpenStreetMap volunteers. Telangana was created by partitioning the state of Andhra Pradesh into two. Read more on dalek2point3's diary

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Week 25 (from Monday 16 June 2014 to Sunday 22 June 2014) [Edit]

SOTMEU 2014 montage.jpg

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Week 26 (from Monday 23 June 2014 to Sunday 29 June 2014) [Edit]

2014 Natori mapping event.jpg
  • English : This event in Natori, Japan, was an OpenStreetMap mapping party as part of a LocalWiki initiative to describe city neighbourhoods, and promote community building in an area struck by the 2011 tsunami. Read more on the localwiki blog

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