Articles and other news items about the OpenStreetMap project.
Article by Nate Anderson explaining how wikipedia's 'crowdsourced knowledge' model have been applied to mapping.
Slide-show article covering the efforts of OpenStreetMap mappers to improve the coverage of the area hit by the Haiti earthquake using donated aerial photography.
Atlanta aims to become the world's most digitally mapped city with a project that will map every road, trail, bike path and tree.
Article explaining how OpenStreetMap volunteers have brought free, much-needed collaborative maps to far-flung developing areas.
Dan Sung interviews OSM founder Steve Coast, who explains how the project will make maps free and satnavs much cheaper.
Openstreetmap chairman Simon Poole is interviewed about the project to create a freely available map of the world.
Guest post by Ed Freyfogle, co-founder of property search engine Nestoria, explaining how the project has grown.
Looking back over the history of the crowdsourced digital street map, a familiar pattern emerges.
Article by Victor Keegan, explaining how OpenStreetMap volunteers are mapping the world, with particular reference to Haiti.
Article by Serge Wroclawski, explaining that as more private companies offer maps, an open source solution that anyone can edit is still needed.
Article by Sarah Shearman, explaining how people are creating their own maps and databases in a movement called open-source mapping.
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