NEW Editing contest: Help improve the US map and win!
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Grand Prize

The editor with the most validated tasks fixed on MapRoulette wins round-trip airfare, lodging and admission for one to SOTM EU 2014 in Germany or SOTM 2014 in Buenos Aires – you choose!
 

Raffle Prize

For every validated task fixed on MapRoulette, you'll get an entry into the raffle drawing to win a tablet – again, you choose between a 32GB iPad mini and a Samsung Galaxy Note. The more tasks you fix, the more chances to win!
 


Registration

How to Enter:

  1. Sign up to enter by filling out the registration form.
  2. Fix the specific tasks generated on maproulette.org.
    Eligible edits include:
    • Overlapping ways
    • Zorro ways
    • Tangled ways
    • Wrong one ways
    • Ways need smoothing
    • Suspected Wrong or Missing One Way Streets
    • Other eligible tasks may be added to this list will
      be posted here as necessary
  3. Fix as many tasks as you can to compete for the grand prize and to earn more entries into the raffle.
  4. Remember to save or upload your work after each task you fix.
  5. Have fun!

Terms and Conditions


Questions?

Contact us at osmcontest@telenav.com

Top 10 Scores:
April 12 - April 23

Standings will be published Monday - Wednesday Friday. Individual scores will be emailed to each to participant.

Good luck and keep the edits coming!

RANK USER POINTS
1 jonesydesign 663
2 Maskulinum 321
3 rickmastfan67 169
4 dewla 127
5 Stevedorries   92
6 hobbesvsboyle   81
7 Cato_d_Ae   74
8 rps333   69
9 hno2   68
10 bbmiller   57

Where to edit:

MapRoulette  maproulette.org


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About Scout and Telenav:
Scout by Telenav is a GPS navigation app available on iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone 8. Telenav has been dedicated to helping improve OpenStreetMap and contributing to the OSM community. Telenav has recently acquired OSM-based navigation company, skobbler, to bring the power of OSM to mobile navigation everywhere. Among others the OSM team at Telenav includes OSM founder, Steve Coast, and Martijn van Exel, Board President of the OSM US Chapter.

Learn about the history of OpenStreetMap from Steve Coast.
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