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Mapper's Challenge #28 — February 2019 — The City Sprint Mapathon!

Posted by Alessa on 1 February 2019 in Maltese (Malti)

Hello, everyone!

It's February, and things are heating up in our OGF world. There was some creative and really well-done work on the last challenge with landuse types. If you requested feedback during the last couple weeks, I have replied and tried to offer a couple thoughts.

For this month, the challenge is simple: participate in the City Sprint. Louis has done an amazing job getting things rolling, so please send some acknowledgements his way for his hard work. Given the success and enthusiasm, it was decided to role the monthly challenge right into the sprint. Best of all—it's a create-your-own-adventure-type challenge. The goal is to map as much as you can, as often as you can, and at the highest quality you can all in a single location. You can read more about it on the wiki page (linked above) and the corresponding discussion page. Oh, and for those on the wiki, PortCal has created a cool template to keep track of your work.

Best of luck to everyone! Happy mapping.

Comment from louis_walker on 2 February 2019 at 01:21

Thanks again, Alessa. As of today we've got more than 30 mappers signed up for the City Sprint—I'm blown away, I was thinking I'd maybe get 3-4!!!

Happy mapping everyone!

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Comment from Mike's World on 2 February 2019 at 21:32

How do you sign up?

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Comment from Mike's World on 2 February 2019 at 22:43

Ok, success, but I did not know you had to do a coding class to sign up...

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