Template:Iotw table year

From OpenStreetMap Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search


Week 1
(1–7 Jan.)
Watercolour on Mapzen Sevilla map.jpg
English Detail from a watercolour map of Seville, created by Andrew McGuire as a Christmas present for his wife. Hand-painted upon an OpenStreetMap base-map via Mapzen. ±
Week 2
(8–14 Jan.)
Jakarta village office maps.jpg
English As part of the InAWARE project by HOT in Indonesia, 500 framed OpenStreetMap maps were delivered to village offices around Jakarta, to help officials identify infrastructure in their area. Previously many such offices used rough hand-drawn maps. ±
Week 3
(15–21 Jan.)
What the Street - LA car parks.png
English Car parks take up a lot of space within our cities. What The Street visualises this and other uses of city space for cars, trains, and cycles using OpenStreetMap data. ±
Week 4
(22–28 Jan.)
OSM logo cookie cutter.jpg
English Christian Quest's latest creation is a 3D printed OpenStreetMap logo shaped cookie-cutter! ±
Week 5
(29 Jan. – 4 Feb.)
Image manquante 2.svg
English No image was featured this week. ±
Week 6
(5–11 Feb.)
English A map of lighthouses all over the world mapped on OpenStreetMap, made by Arun Ganesh (planemad). See also the interactive map on MapBox. ±
Week 7
(12–18 Feb.)
Missing Maps London Feb 2018.jpg
English Sharing OpenStreetMap editing techniques at the regular Missing Maps Project event in London. ±
Week 8
(19–25 Feb.)
Karlsruhe Hack Weekend - Feb 2018.jpg
English Working on OpenStreetMap tech at the Karlsruhe Hack Weekend. ±
Week 9
(26 Feb. – 4 Mar.)
Open Data Day2018Map.png
English This year Open Data Day will be celebrated on March 3rd and there are already 406 events registered all around the world. Many of them will have activities related to OpenStreetMap. smile Check out the map and participate in an event near you! ±
Week 10
(5–11 Mar.)
English Colorful exploration of OpenStreetMap buildings data on the MIT Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Map produced by Curran Kelleher [1]. ±
Week 11
(12–18 Mar.)
English Beautiful 3D visualization of Manhattan's OpenStreetMap data. Made by Matteo Prati using the open source software Blender. Check out other images in his website. ±
Week 12
(19–25 Mar.)
English Diversity of OpenStreetMap retail and services in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France. Orange tiles indicate a high diversity, while purple tiles indicate a low diversity. Image produced by Alessandro Venerandi. ±
Week 13
(26 Mar. – 1 Apr.)
Touch Mapper Kartta kasissa.jpg
English Touch Mapper (touch-mapper.org) lets you create a 3D printed maps based on OpenStreetMap data. Tactile maps like this can be used for navigation by the blind. ±
Week 14
(2–8 Apr.)
Far east wall map.jpg
English A huge printed map in an office in Russia. Made by Dmitry Afonin with QGIS using OSM data. More photos and more maps. ±
Week 15
(9–15 Apr.)
English OpenStreetMap France (a local chapter of the OpenStreetMap Foundation) was present at “Les Journées du logiciel libre”, a free software event that was held on Lyon, France, on 24–25 March 2018. Picture by Sylvain Maillard. ±
Week 16
(16–22 Apr.)
2018 Gather sanitation event.jpg
English Calculating routing distances to sanitation facilities in Lusaka, Zambia. A project presented at Gather Data Dive. ±
Week 17
(23–29 Apr.)
English HOT Board Member Kuo-Yu slayer Chuang introducing the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team and Missing Maps Project to hundreds of participants in Taipei American School Mapathon. One of the biggest Mapathons ever held in Taiwan. ±
Week 18
(30 Apr. – 6 May)
English Thematic map of street names by gender in Digne-les-Bains (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France), made in the “Dessine ta ville” (Draw your city) workshop for the “Libre en fête 2018” event organized by Linux-Alpes (apitux.org). ±
Week 19
(7–13 May)
English OpenStreetMap on a public bus in Málaga, Spain. Spotted by Nick Doiron. ±
Week 20
(14–20 May)
SOTM Poland 2018 montage.jpg
English State of the Map Poland 2018 took place last month in Poznań. ±
Week 21
(21–27 May)
English City Maps – a coloring book for adults”, by Gretchen Peterson, is another very creative use of OpenStreetMap data. ±
Week 22
(28 May – 3 Jun.)
DE biergarten - 3D barplot.png
English A 3D barplot showing occurrences of biergartens within the OpenStreetMap data for Germany. This and a range of other visualisations were created with this Blender/Python project by Nikolai Janakiev. ±
Week 23
(4–10 Jun.)
OSMUK AGM 2018.jpg
English OSMUK held their first AGM recently, with an Open Data Manchester event alongside. ±
Week 24
(11–17 Jun.)
OSMUK AGM 2018.jpg
English OSMUK held their first AGM recently, with an Open Data Manchester event alongside. ±
Week 25
(18–24 Jun.)
FIFA World Cup 2018 Stadiums.png
English Our maps of the 12 venues of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. ±
Week 26
(25 Jun. – 1 Jul.)
Juchitan building density map.png
English A map (on Carto Builder) showing building density after 2017 Mexico Earthquakes mapping efforts in Juchitán, Oaxaca, created with CARTO. ±
Week 27
(2–8 Jul.)
Amsterdam 3D Houdini PaleoPixels.jpg
English 3D rendering of Amsterdam by Paleo Pixels, who developed converter scripts to load OpenStreetMap data into the “Houdini” 3D software. ±
Week 28
(9–15 Jul.)
WikiMedia Internationalised Maps - Europe in Japanese.png
English The Wikimedia Foundation recently announced new support for internationalized map renderings. E.g. showing European place names in Japanese. ±
Week 29
(16–22 Jul.)
Moonbase city.jpg
English Arjan Schrauwen from Dutch graphics design firm Beeldkompaan has taken a chunk of New York OpenStreetMap buildings data to a new moonbase location. ±
Week 30
(23–29 Jul.)
Little Big City.png
English Little Big City, “Generating city on a little planet on the web”: a project by Yi Shen, using OpenStreetMap data via Nextzen vector tiles. ±
Week 31
(30 Jul. – 5 Aug.)
State of the Map 2018 Milano day 1 53.jpg
English State of the Map 2018, the international OpenStreetMap conference, was held in Milan, Italy. ±
Week 32
(6–12 Aug.)
English Miriam Gonzales and Céline Jacquin, from the Mexican OpenStreetMap community, were interviewed by the TV UNAM (the TV channel of the main Mexico university). They talked about OSM, GeoChicas and humanitarian mapping. ±
Week 33
(13–19 Aug.)
Shop tags accumulation curves.png
English "Accumulation curves" showing the growth of shops data in the UK by SK53. This image shows a graph for each of the top shop types while his recent blog post compares and analyses growth shapes in various other ways. ±
Week 34
(20–26 Aug.)
2018 Dhaka birthday.jpg
English Celebrations of the OpenStreetMap 14th Birthday, and a mapathon taking place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. ±
Week 35
(27 Aug. – 2 Sep.)
OSM Inspector.png
English OSM Inspector lets you find broken multipolygons now that the default map layer is less tolerant of rendering them. ±
Week 36
(3–9 Sep.)
Philippines node density increase from 2018-04-01 to 2018-07-01.png
English A visualisation of the increase in the node density in the Philippines from April to the end of June 2018 ±
Week 37
(10–16 Sep.)
OSM For the Dyslexic Prototype Map.png
English The OSM-for-the-dyslexic project (osm4dys.org) is creating apps and map styles for use by dyslexic people. ±
Week 38
(17–23 Sep.)
Public Health Post - Boston discarded needle hotspots.jpg
English Public health researcher John F. Pearson created this map for a Public Health Post article, showing open data on discarded needle collections in Boston, Massachusetts, presented on an OpenStreetMap base map. ±
Week 39
(24–30 Sep.)
Ompongph 20180916 095408.jpg
English The community engaged in disaster preparedness/response mapping for Typhoon Ompong in the Philippines, including this mapathon event hosted by the Red Cross. ±
Week 40
(1–7 Oct.)
English State of the Map Latam 2018 took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was the 4th edition of that regional conference that gathers together the OpenStreetMap community of all Latin America ±
Week 41
(8–14 Oct.)
SOTM US 2018 Group Photo.jpg
English State Of The Map U.S. 2018 took place last weekend in Detroit ±
Week 42
(15–21 Oct.)
Herrenhausen Gardens JOSM.png
English The gloriously detailed mapping of the Herrenhausen Gardens in Hannover, Germany, shown here within JOSM editor, with the Mapillary plugin showing the view on the ground. ±
Week 43
(22–28 Oct.)
Karlsruhe hackweekendweekend-2018-10 01.jpg
English The Karlsruhe Hack Weekend October 2018 took place last weekend. A get-together of folks doing technical work on OpenStreetMap ±
Week 44
(29 Oct. – 4 Nov.)
Sarting euYoutH OSM.jpeg
English Teachers from Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Romania and Germany met in Saarburg, Germany for week-long training session in humanitarian mapping and a first hackathon, to kick off a two year Erasmus+ project ±
Week 45
(5–11 Nov.)
English Mappers in Chiang Mai, Thailand, sometimes meet at the Shewe Cafe, which can serve you an OpenStreetMap cappuccino! ±
Week 46
(12–18 Nov.)
Pristina tourist map.png
English The city of Pristina in Kosovo, has adopted OpenStreetMap for their tourism maps, including this leaftlet. Read more on Stereo's diary ±
Week 47
(19–25 Nov.)
English State of the Map Asia 2018 last weekend brought together mapping enthusiasts in Bangalore from countries across the globe, for two days of interesting sessions and workshops. ±
Week 48
(26 Nov. – 2 Dec.)
English Last week geocaching enthusiasts in Ljubljana were introduced to OpenStreetMap editing at a meetup held in the Ljubljana Rudnik volunteer fire brigade center. ±
Week 49
(3–9 Dec.)
Germany and Hungary postcode delivery route.png
English Bence Mélykúti blogged about Santa's Christmas delivery route and the fun he had with OpenStreetMap data for Germany and Hungary. ±
Week 50
(10–16 Dec.)
National Geographic Slovenija-using OSM-October 2018.jpg
English In the October 2018 issue of National Geographic Slovenija OpenStreetMap was used to illustrate the article about Šalek lakes. ±
Week 51
(17–23 Dec.)
Image manquante 2.svg
English Description missing. ±