This page contains information relating to mapping activity that is specific to Ireland. There is another wiki page for Northern Ireland.
Feel free to use any of the following methods to contact any of the Irish mappers.
See also: Category:Users in Ireland
|Website||Visit us at openstreetmap.ie|
|Mailing list||Sign up for the mailing list talk-ie@openstreetmap here|
|IRC||#osm-ie on webchat.oftc.net to connect via your web browser, or|
#osm-ie on irc.oftc.net if using an IRC client.
|Forum||Ireland sub-forum in the OpenStreetMap Forums|
There are a number of additional wiki pages for Ireland. These are used primarily for tracking progress of mapping certain features however a number also contain tagging guidance or advice on methods used. The list below outlines each of these pages.
List of suggested projects
There is also a list of suggested projects/tasks contained on the Community Todo List.
Since November 2019 the Irish OSM community decided to the complete the map of Ireland using the themes of buildings. The buildings are estimated to number abround 5.5 million on the whole island, and at the starting point there were under 900,000 done. There is a tasking manager  which has the island broken into 40 parts, counties and cities for mappers to add the buildings.
|building=house||Chimneys are visible.|
|building=garage||A service=driveway leads to this small to medium sized building, depending on the angle you can see a wide door, no chimney, a car or boat might be parked outside.|
|building=shed||Often not accessible by car (as opposed to building=garage) at the far end of a terrace plot or on a lawn.|
|building=farm_auxiliary||Usually found away from the road as part of a farmyard or isolated buildings with rounded and/or flat roof (e.g. building=barn for hay barns).|
|building=hotel||Mostly deducted by its name=*. Map the grounds of the hotel with tourism=hotel|
|building=residential;commercial||On a high street or main street, where shops are situated on ground floor and living quarters in first (and above) floor(s).|
|building=apartments||Tall residential building with only one main entrance for several apartments.|
This was our Heritage Week 2020 project and part of the osmIRL_buildings project, but went into much deeper detail. It used the tasking manager  for mapping the buildings.
- Some towns: Abbeyleix, Birr, Borrisokane, Cashel, Clonmel, Ennis, Kildare, Kilkenny, Mountrath, Roscrea, Thurles, Tipperary, Tullamore, Westmeath, Portmarnock
As always, please respect the copyright of these sites!
OSM RSS feeds for Ireland
Subscribe to these feeds to be kept up to date on changes made in Ireland.