I have been actively participating in LearnOSM for a few months now and here is my first report of the community work on this project.
Status of material in English
Sections are being added, reorganised and updated, in particular:
- Coordination: http://learnosm.org/en/coordination/
- Note to new volunteers: http://learnosm.org/en/coordination/nepal-disaster/
- Smartphone app: http://learnosm.org/en/mobile-mapping/osmtracker/
Thank you Nick @Nick-Tallguy for your sustained hard work to improve the materials!
Special thanks to Win @gitGOwin for his various corrections and his full update of:
- Smartphone app v2: http://learnosm.org/en/mobile-mapping/osmand2/
More thanks to Daniel @CloCkWeRX, Jessica @jmarlena, Brad @neuhausr, Manuel @humitos, Blake @bgirardot for all contributions big and small in our GitHub repository.
I also would like to salute people contributing behind the scenes or participating in discussions to improve form and contents globally: @pyrog for the input, Nick @Nick-Tallguy for the cleanup, Jessica @jmarlena, Alex @lxbarth, Mikel @mikelmaron and members of the HOT Training Working Group.
Take a tour at https://github.com/hotosm/learnosm/issues
Improvements in several languages
- Spanish: Translation of Coordination by the great team of Jorge @jsanz, Pedro-Juan @vehrka and @shiguera.
- German: Translation of Detailed Editing and review of Beginner’s Guide by Michael @michael63-osm
- Japanese: Care by Satoshi @nyampire
- Ukrainian and Russian Beginner’s Guides BOTH by Andrey @Andygol.
- Norwegian: Work recently started by Anders @andersar.
- Swahili: Work recently started by Geoffrey @kateregga1.
Thank you to all our translators!
Stay tuned for what’s next and how you can get involved.