MapRoulette is the micro tasking platform for OpenStreetMap. Mappers on all continents use it to fix common mapping errors one at a time: crooked roads, misspelled names, mistagged points of interest. In this talk, we will explore some less common but nonetheless useful and interesting uses of MapRoulette.
MapRoulette breaks up OpenStreetMap work into snack-sized “challenges.” Earn points by fixing validation issues, turning nodes into areas, adding missing tags, and through countless other little tasks that contribute to a healthier map.
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