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How to Map Your Neighbourhood - A presentation on adding data to OpenStreetMap

Mappy hour this month will include a presentation on mapping your neighbourhood and adding the data to OpenStreetMap.

The map can always be made better, OpenStreetMap is much more than just roads. This presentation will act as an introduction to editing OpenStreetMap. We will talk about what types of things still need to be mapped in a typical Toronto neighbourhood and how to go about collecting the data and adding it to OpenStreetMap.

After the short presentation

we'll continue with the usual Mappy hour activities; fun conversation, questions and answers, and cameraderie.

Contact us if you would like to suggest or offer a presentation future Mappy hour events.

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  • George

    Thanks Steve. That was a great presentation.

    October 22, 2013

  • Darren B.

    Thank you Steve. That was very interesting and informative.

    October 22, 2013

  • Laura O.

    Thanks to Steve for a very informative and interactive presentation and to all those who braved the inclement weather to attend.

    October 21, 2013

  • Laura O.

    A suggestion: Should we try to video record this presentation for upload to YouTube (or similar)? It might be a very useful resource for other community members who can't attend to review. Does anyone have the equipment?

    1 · October 12, 2013

    • Steve S.

      I'm open to the session being recorded if someone has good equipment for it. My experience has been that to get good recorded audio the speaker needs to be wearing a lapel mike or something similar

      October 14, 2013

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