OpenStreetMap US

Millions of outdoor adventurers use mobile trail maps based on OpenStreetMap data, whether they know it or not. Unfortunately, trail data in most places is missing rich and complete metadata which prevents cartographers from creating maps that promote conservation and safety. This talk introduces Park Operator, a thematic editor to improve data quality in protected areas. Open source and built using mainstream web development frameworks, it is open for community collaboration.

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