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Coordinating mapping in Lausanne using QualityStreetMap running osmqa v1

QualityStreetMap (qualitystreetmap.org) is a Quality Assurance tool for coordinating mapping work. It displays a large grid, now covering the whole world. Zoom to see it. Login with your normal OSM login (uses OAuth) and then click a grid square to indicate mapping progress.

The idea was presented as one of the State Of The Map 2010/Lightning Talks. Read the slides on slideshare.net or view the talk on YouTube.

Mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/osmqa-discuss


V2 (current version)


Current version is based on osmqa v2 (https://github.com/pgiraud/OSMQA)

Contact: User:Pgiraud

V1

There is no running instance, but the code is still available at http://code.google.com/p/osmqa/ under the terms of the GNU GPL license.

Contact: User:Vdb

Related tools

Early design inspiration was presumably taken from the Old osm-matrix tool which featured a similar assessment scoring of grid squares.

In turn this tool had some design influence upon the very successful OSM Tasking Manager (see History of the OSM Tasking Manager)