Featured images/Apr-Jun 2009
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Gallery of featured images, from April to June 2009
Week 14 (from Monday 30 March 2009 to Sunday 5 April 2009) [Edit]
- English : With the recently finished ABS Import of suburb boundary data, all of Australia has relatively up-to-date suburb boundary information. Image shows progress of import in Brisbane area, created using OSM Mapper.
Week 15 (from Monday 6 April 2009 to Sunday 12 April 2009) [Edit]
Week 16 (from Monday 13 April 2009 to Sunday 19 April 2009) [Edit]
- English : GroundTruth-generated relief contours map for Garmin GPS units. The elevation data source is SRTM. This is a MapSource screenshot of map tiles. See here for more info.
Week 17 (from Monday 20 April 2009 to Sunday 26 April 2009) [Edit]
- English : CloudMade's routing API gives turn-by-turn directions for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians - all powered by OSM data (shown: route around Googleplex)
Week 18 (from Monday 27 April 2009 to Sunday 3 May 2009) [Edit]
- English : The building and open space layers from MassGIS for large swathes of Massachusetts have been imported thanks to effort by User:crschmidt and others in the region. 
Week 19 (from Monday 4 May 2009 to Sunday 10 May 2009) [Edit]
- English : Sir Tim Berners-Lee recently received both a doctor honoris causa award (for his outstanding contributions to the WWW ) and a hi-viz vest (for his outstanding mentions of OSM )
Week 20 (from Monday 11 May 2009 to Sunday 17 May 2009) [Edit]
Week 21 (from Monday 18 May 2009 to Sunday 24 May 2009) [Edit]
- English : MapAnalyst is an open source tool for distortion analysis in old maps, that uses OSM as a the default reference cartography. (Shown here: 1:50k map of Madrid dated from 1875)
Week 22 (from Monday 25 May 2009 to Sunday 31 May 2009) [Edit]
- English : The first GPS device donated by the OSM Foundation's GPStogo scheme at the mapping party and conference in Neiva Colombia
Week 23 (from Monday 1 June 2009 to Sunday 7 June 2009) [Edit]
- English : The Sunderland Mapping Party being an example of the successful Mapping parties idea. Sunderland was chosen from the UK Mapping Priorities list.
Week 24 (from Monday 8 June 2009 to Sunday 14 June 2009) [Edit]
Week 25 (from Monday 15 June 2009 to Sunday 21 June 2009) [Edit]
- English : A "heat-map" of OpenStreetMap complexity worldwide (Tah-heatmap)
Week 26 (from Monday 22 June 2009 to Sunday 28 June 2009) [Edit]
- English : The HaptoRender project has created the first tactile map using OpenStreetMap data.