‘Now over 4000 registered users, 40 million gps trackpoints uploaded and over 4 million ways created. […] Latest charts are at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Stats‘
Bit skeptical, but here it is.
In the past, two trackers existed and both are now merged to reduce the number of places to look for new bugs ;). Unfortunatly I cannot close the existing bugs at trac.openstreetmap.org – there is a (temporary?) problem with the server and I am not able to login.
So for future bug reporting, use josm.eigenheimstrasse.de
IT conversations have put up my talk from Where 2.0 with a summary.
That’s about 231 straight days worth of GPS data if you conservatively have it at 1 point a second. It actually represents a much longer time since a lot of people go out and collect track data for a few hours a day at most, and often at less frequent intervals than 1 hertz. The lucky point (48.30426, 11.919947) was in this GPX upload.
Nick Black is keeping a blog of his OSM activities which include his Masters thesis…