Olivia Harne discusses the need for adequate documentation by project members when developing online GIS applications.
BusinessWeek takes a very superficial look at the use of community driven mapping efforts during emergencies. While the article doesn’t go much in depth on the different types of mapping efforts that kick in during emergencies, it does look at two sides of the collaborative mapping issue.
A new map sharing site was launched last month by the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. As the introductory blog post states: Put simply it is a place to share, mix and mash maps with a nod towards professional map makers rather than the more widely […]