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OpenStreetMap Launches a new easy to use HTML5 editor

SWroclawski (95770) writes | about a year ago

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SWroclawski (95770) writes "On the heels of the news that OpenStreetMap is allowing anonymous contributions with its "note" system, the project has launched a new in-browser editor called iD, which is not only easier to use, but written completely in Javascript, using the D3 library for rendering.
With all these improvements, OpenStreetMap is gaining popularity and has started a new http://donate.openstreetmap.org/server2013/donation campaign for additional hardware to support all the new contributors."

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