Insert Coin To Play – my talk at State Of The Map 2011

UPDATE: I have re-uploaded the slides to Slideshare with the correct Community Score Cards — see the comments.

Phew! State Of The Map is over and it was so very good. In spite of the growth of OpenStreetMap and the conference, the grassroots spirit is still very much there, and that is what OpenStreetMap is about if you ask me.

Below are the slides from my talk. It was also recorded by Toby Murray, thanks Toby for all your effort recording and live-streaming several talks from your mobile phone! I am writing some more background about the data temperature concept that I introduced. I hope to publish that here before FOSS4G starts. I will be recycling that talk there, with a different title and some small tweaks — so if you have already seen it, you may want to plan your personal FOSS4G itinerary around me 😉


4 thoughts on “Insert Coin To Play – my talk at State Of The Map 2011

    • They definitely should not be! Thanks for pointing that out. I am re-uploading a corrected version as I’m typing this.

      A more comprehensive analysis, covering more cities, is on its way.

  1. Pingback: Taking the Temperature of local OpenStreetMap Communities | oegeo

  2. I rarely comment, but i did a few searching and wound up here
    Insert Coin To Play – my talk at State Of The Map 2011 | oegeo.
    And I do have some questions for you if it’s allright.
    Could it be just me or does it look like some of these comments come across like they are written by brain dead people?
    😛 And, if you are posting at other online social sites, I would
    like to keep up with everything fresh you have to post.
    Would you make a list of every one of your shared
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