OpenStreetMap

pitscheplatsch has commented on the following diary entries

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Der Weg zur SotM 2018 2 days ago

Oha, "xxxxxx-xxxx-Tool" ... "xxxxxx-xxxx-Auskunft" ;) Aber sehr interessant zu lesen, dass du eine Art "Korrelation" zwischen der "Mappertätigkeit" in OSM und "tendenziell überzeugenderen Formulierungen in der Scholarbewerbung" festgestellt hast. Hoffentlich war nicht eher die Sprachbarriere dran schuld ... :-/

Updates to Meet Your Mappers about 1 month ago

Not sure if it's already has been mentioned: "Overview of OpenStreetMap Contributors aka Who's around me?" should also display contributors in your area + a raw indicator of mapping activity (amount of changesets). For more information see

Pokemon Go trash over 1 year ago

@All There are many changesets of forever2darkness, which should be corrected. See http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=5201761

OpenStreetMap Community Statistics Revisited over 1 year ago

Because it's not mentioned in the text above and could be interesting: "Distribution of (active) @openstreetmap contributors. (Date: Nov. 19th, 2016)". Overall and past 12 months. Furthermore, I also wrote a blog post "A comparative study between different OpenStreetMap contributor groups - Outline 2016".

How large are our national contributor communities and how are they developing? over 1 year ago

For the sake of completeness, open access publication: "Analyzing the Contributor Activity of a Volunteered Geographic Information Project - The Case of OpenStreetMap" http://www.mdpi.com/2220-9964/1/2/146/htm

Evolution of TIGER Data in OpenStreetMap US about 4 years ago

the results of our study: "Assessing the Effect of Data Imports on the Completeness of OpenStreetMap – A United States Case Study" (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/tgis.12037/abstract)

and a presentation by Dennis: "How Beneficial are Data Imports to OpenStreetMap? – A United States Case Study" (http://de.slideshare.net/denniszielstra/how-beneficial-are)

The Missing Mappers Problem? over 4 years ago

right, you'll find some similar results here: "Recent Developments and Future Trends in Volunteered Geographic Information Research: The Case of OpenStreetMap" (Open Access) [1] Page 88 Figure 3 [2].

[1] http://www.mdpi.com/1999-5903/6/1/76 [2] http://www.mdpi.com/1999-5903/6/1/76/pdf