My dear wife is on a business trip, so I decided this weekend was OSM weekend. I'm still very much in the realm of testing systems, but I've made some useful contributions along the way.
My setup today:
* Nokia 6600 slide (work phone) + Nokia LD-4W (bluetooth GPS bought from Amazon) = GPS + music!
* Nokia 3110c (private phone) = camera
* Mountain Bike = transport + exercise (I commute to work on rollerblades, but I like my bike for mapmaking)
* Taking photos for street names is all very well, but if you don't make waypoints, it's near impossible to line up the photos with the track.
* The Nokia 3110C doesn't put timestamps on its photos, making it even harder to correlate photos with places.
* TrekBuddy can make my work phone take photos and associate them with waypoints. Duh. If I'd done that, I'd have had usable photographic evidence of where what street was.
* If you wear a cycle helmet and pretend you belong, security guards at business parks and gated settlements usually let you slip past boom gates without protest.
* Security guards get quite nervous of people taking photos, though.