It’s not just open source that we showcase on the Developers’ Bakery. Today we’ll talk about open data.
If you’ve ever built a product that displays a map, you know what we’re talking about. OpenStreetMap is a collaborative project to create a free and editable geographic database of the world. It relies on contributions from individuals to be up to date and reliable.
In this episode Said will tell us about his experience with OSM, how the community works, and how you can contribute as well.
Enjoy the show 👨🍳
- 00.00 Intro
- 00.45 Episode Start
- 01.27 Said’s Introduction
- 02.00 What is OpenStreetMap?
- 03.45 Community of Communities
- 04.55 The history of OSM
- 08.19 What’s the OSM license?
- 09.23 Where is the map stored?
- 10.45 How is the map stored?
- 12.49 The challenges of maintaining OSM
- 15.07 How fast is the map updated?
- 18.33 Using OSM in your apps
- 21.17 OsmAnd
- 22.17 How to contribute to OSM?
- 25.30 Contributing while walking, driving and running
- 27.21 OSM for humanitarian support
- 32.15 How Said got started with OSM?
- 37.55 The State of the Map Conference
- 42.00 Street Level Images on OSM
- 43.21 The tech for image mapping
- 46.50 Further reading
- 48.52 Where people can find you online?
- OpenStreetMap Official Website
- openstreetmap on Github
- Mentioned Resources:
- @asturksever on Twitter
- Said Turksever on LinkedIn