This task is a part of four OSM training what are going to be conducted by Ahasanul Hoque (@ahasan4u) from 24th August arranged by Save the Children Dhaka for one of their upcoming project named KOLOROB design phase. Intention is to create 100 new OSM volunteers participating from different university of Dhaka who will later map the slum areas in Mirpur Dhaka .Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: low
OSM mapping for UMS(Universiti Malaysia Sabah) by RGU(Rakuno Gakuen University,Japan)Created by kanji14134 - Updated - Priority: low
Practice area for MLK Day of Service OSM Mapping Party Participants.Created by Amy_85 - Updated - Priority: low
map buildings with Ulaanbaatar and The Asia FoundationCreated by mapmeld - Updated - Priority: low
Drone mapping with City of Ulaanbaatar and The Asia FoundationCreated by mapmeld - Updated - Priority: low
This task has been created for and is limited to students of ENVS663 at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. The purpose of this tutorial is to familiarize oneself with the various mapping options available through OSM.Created by Rox-Ann - Updated - Priority: low
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