Tom Hughes Recognized for OpenStreetMap Contributions on OpenUK’s 2024 Honours List

OpenUK celebrates Tom Hughes as one of the top open source contributors on their New Year’s Honours List. It is the fourth time the UK organisation for open technology publishes this list to honour open source influencers across the United Kingdom.

Tom is an OSM system administrator and one of the maintainers of the code. He has been maintaining and improving the website project since around 2006. His inclusion in OpenUK’s 2024 Honours List is a well-deserved recognition for almost two decades of hard work as a volunteer.

Congratulations Tom, and thank you for your unwavering dedication to OpenStreetMap!

Want to learn more about how Tom maintains the OpenStreetMap website project, and find out how you can help? Check out the “Maintaining” talk his fellow maintainer Andy Allan gave at State of the Map Europe 2023.

The OpenStreetMap Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, formed to support the OpenStreetMap Project. It is dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free geospatial data for anyone to use and share. The OpenStreetMap Foundation owns and maintains the infrastructure of the OpenStreetMap project, is financially supported by membership fees and donations, and organises the annual, international State of the Map conference. Our volunteer Working Groups and small core staff work to support the OpenStreetMap project. Join the OpenStreetMap Foundation for just £15 a year or for free if you are an active OpenStreetMap contributor.

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