An initiative to connect Sports training with Open mapping basing on a model of Leaving no one behind.
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- 1 Research on a similar initiative like Mapset
- 2 About
- 3 Collaboration rather than duplication
- 4 Logo Competition
- 5 Competition and Events
- 6 Partners and supporters
- 7 Membership and Getting involved
- 8 Data and Mapping
Research on a similar initiative like Mapset
Please mention activities or projects where sport has been used as full or part of the main activities.
An initiative to engage passionate sports lovers with open data tools, like OpenStreetMap, Wikipedia, and other Open Data tools so that they can be used in new and innovative ways as suitable in their areas of interest and communities.
Collaboration rather than duplication
Mapset will be providing training to its members in the above tools, but priority will be given to the above existing organisations, communities and individuals to provide the training.
There's going to be a logo competition for this initiative, with some of the following information
- Follow Your Passion
- Any choice(s) of colours including Green, Brown, Silver, and Red.
|Green||hex #???||rgb ???||cmyk ???|
|Brown||hex #???||rgb ???||cmyk ???|
|Silver||hex #???||rgb ???||cmyk ???|
|Red||hex #???||rgb ???||cmyk ???|
Competition and Events
Events and competitions will be placed here, including member activities that they will get involved in.
Partners and supporters
This is open to individuals, organisations, clubs and institutions interested in collaborating with us
Membership and Getting involved
Criteria for one to become a member or get involved in our activities
Data and Mapping
These are some of the [tags and data (model)] that will be based on for usage. The sport=* tag is used to identify one or more sports which can be played within or on some physical feature. A list of sports is given below.
A sport=* should normally also be associated with a suitable physical feature where it is performed; often this is leisure=pitch or leisure=track although other surfaces or features are sometimes appropriate, for example natural=beach for swimming. A leisure=sports_centre may be associated with a number of sports. Where individual sports are played at distinct identifiable places then identify the sport with the particular pitch etc. Where a number of sports are associated with a single feature then separate the sports with a ';', for example 'athletics;football'.
Primary sports facilities
- leisure=sports_centre - several sports on a terrain or under one roof
- leisure=stadium - a stadium
- leisure=track - race track (athletics, cycling, horse_racing, ...)
- leisure=pitch - playing field, can also be in a building
- leisure=horse_riding - equestrian facility, riding centre
- leisure=swimming_pool (swimming, gymnastics, ...)
Specific sports facilities
In these facilities the sport=* should not be used, since it is already stated what kind of sport.
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