Weekly OSM Summary #3

11/21/2010 – 11/28/2010

Every week a lot of things are happening in the OpenStreetMap (OSM) world. It can be hard to keep track of all the different communication channels and don’t miss any important news. That’s why we’ve created a short summary of all the news here. Enjoy!

For more news, especially regarding new tags and wiki pages, you can check-out the community-updates over here.

Authors: PascalJonas, Matthias & Brice.
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2 thoughts on “Weekly OSM Summary #3

  1. sanderd17

    please say that navit isn’t only linux: you can install it on android (not in the market), win mobile, nokia, windows, mac OSX, iOS (in the market), webOS and even tomtom devices (although with some bugs)As you see, navit has been ported to many devices, and I thank the authors especially that they ported it to android, since it’s the only off-line opensource navigator for android.

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