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Using Maps.Me to navigate and add places to Openstreetmap in your community
Are you new to OpenStreetMap?
The iD editor is the de facto, browser-based OpenStreetMap editor. iD is fast and easy to use, and allows mapping from various data sources such as satellite and aerial imageries, GPS, Field Papers or Mapillary.
More advanced users may want to migrate to the JOSM editor at some point for improved editing efficiency or specialized needs.
Visit the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team’s Learn to Map! Playlist on YouTube
Visit Missing Maps’s Learn to Validate page
Checklist to help in the preperation, on the day, and follow up to your in-person mapathon:
Here are helpful tips for organizing an in-person mapathon, from recruiting participants, logistics on the day, to follow up.
This guide is for OSM leaders, mapping event organizers (and potential event organizers!), mappers who are interested in spreading the word, and anyone you know with a social media platform that could reach a potentially interested audience!