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New screencast: addressing with potlatch
I’ve put together a little screencast on how to do the simpler form of addressing with potlatch. That is, how do you add house numbers and ranges in to OSM? There are some more formal ways of doing it but this should get you started.
Chat with Andy Allan
Check out this podcast talk with User:Steve and Andy All
ean, we discuss the opencyclemap and API 0.6.
Also check out previous podcasts and subscribe to this RSS feed in iTunes or whatever.
About 3,000 years ago when I started freethepostcode, little did I know that soon everyone would be using
giPhones… and that the McKerrellmeister would write an app for your iPhone 3G which lets you upload postcodes using the iPhone built-in GPS. Check it out.
A brief history of maps
Interesting article from Sean Gorman. The story about OSMs beginnings happens to be entirely wrong, but nevermind 🙂
(via the map room)
User:Steve was interviewed on the WFTL show last month:
OSM is part of 2009’s trendwatching trends. Yay!
OSM 2008: A Year of Edits from ItoWorld on Vimeo.
How OpenStreetMap should really work
Thanks to mike. If you are reading this via RSS and don’t see anything below, view the post.
geofabrik‘s progress maps of the world are very impressive Each shows OSM growth over the years and you can play with the fun interactive slider version.