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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.)
Image manquante 2.svg
English Description missing. ±