OpenStreetMap US

OpenHistoricalMap by its nature must provide more extensive and robust Life Cycle support than OpenStreetMap. This presentation looks at some approaches and discusses some current experiments. Considerations discussed include both UI/UX issues for mappers and considerations for data consumers.

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OpenStreetMap for Roman roads? Middle Kingdom cities? 1890s railways? OpenHistoricalMap is aiming to create the most comprehensive, most out-of-date map of everything that’s existed from Then through Now.

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