Paper that considers five case-study cities and towns and compares spatial coverage, currency, and ground-truth positional accuracy. No clear winner is found amongst the three mapping platforms.
Project to map one of Africa's largest slums in Nairobi, Kenya. Includes the map, a project wiki, dicussion groups and photos.
Project to help develop and expand OpenStreetMap in the West Midlands region of the UK. Includes an online map, error reporting tool, details of projects, blog, and how to get involved.
Premium Wordpress plugin, allowing users to pin, organize and share their favorite spots and tracks. Site includes details of features, reviews, showcases, FAQ, and full documentation.
Commercial service providing a variety of custom extracts of OpenStreetMap data. Includes details of services available and pricing.
An international non-profit organisation supporting the OpenStreetMap project. Includes constitution, details of meetings, finances, working groups, and a list of board members and officers.
Website to accompany a German-language book about the OSM project. [Some site content in German only.]
Annual United States conference for all OpenStreetMap users. Includes details of events, and signup information.
Advocacy site which encourages websites to switch to OSM for their online maps. Includes technical information and case studies.
The online mapping answer to Wikipedia has achieved great things in its first five years. So what now?
Encyclopedia article about the open mapping project, with history, details of techniques, licensing information, and usage.