WELCOME TO OGM2
The versatile Green Map Platform, also known as Open Green Map (OGM) is created by the terrific team at the <a href="http://goscollective.com">GISCollective</a>, for and with <a href="http://GreenMap.org">Green Map System</a>. Progress is continually updated <a href="https://app.giscollective.com/help/updates">here</a>. It’s expanded upon in their Blog and their <a href="https://gitlab.com/GISCollective/frontend/web-frontend/-/releases">technical updates</a>. We are grateful to all the Green Mapmakers whose experience and vision contribute greatly to this platform's continual progress.
Updates on Platform progress:
October 2022 - We've updated the photo gallery on the details page for each featured site.
August 2022 - Now you can add captions, credits and links to photos. To make getting started easier, now you can register to login with Google. Our <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/help/terms">terms of service</a> are updated, too.
June 2022 - Base Map improvements! Three options for different terrains are optimized for this Platform, and each is credited on the map’s legend. Or add your own base map.
April 2022 - Better error response with new alerts and refinements to maps, campaigns, data uploads and browsing.
January 2022 - Launch of the documentation website and Quick Start Guide at <a href="http://docs.giscollective.com">docs.giscollective.com</a>. Matomo analytics support was added, and visual layout improvements completed. A redesign of the search functionality was deployed on the map view.
November 2021 - Green Map shares <a href="https://www.greenmap.org/blog/cop26-news-1">six local projects at COP 26 in Glasgow</a>, the United Nations Climate Conference, where the local Green Map, created by the Climate Fringe and <a href="https://www.glasgowecotrust.org.uk/glasgow-green-map">Glasgow Eco Trust</a>, crowdsourced 275 great sites with our Campaign tools and new <a href="https://apps.apple.com/us/app/open-green-map/id1587762269">What’s Green Nearby app</a>. A pivotal meeting in Dunoon brought Green Map System, the GISCollective and Tacit Design together.
August 2021 - App development! Metadata (the data about the data), bug fixes and API work.
June 2021 - Search has been greatly improved, both for map users and the makers (you can even search the icon legend when adding new sites)!<br><br>May 2021 - Mapmaker Dashboard is deployed! Login to see all your teams, maps, icons etc. on one Manage menu <br><br>April 2021 - <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/campaigns">Campaigns</a> - a quick, targeted way to engage people in mapping with you<br><br>March 2021 - Check out our <a href="https://opendataday.org/events/2021/reports/open-green-map-2-ogm2-and-you/">Open Data Day</a> presentation<br><br>February 2021 - The GIS Collective added an <a href="https://app.giscollective.com/help/updates">Update</a> to their website with more technical information<br><br>January 2021 - <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/browse">Browse</a> and Search improvements<br><br>December 2020 - Yes, you can now add sound files, 360º photos and more to location descriptions<br><br>November 2020 - a great month for connecting with networks and selecting the languages of the interface! <br><br>October 2020 - Refining the data filtering, photos and profile<br><br>September 2020 - More flexibility: add your own base map<br><br>August 2020 - New! Now you can map <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/browse/sites?locale=en-us&map=5f4839c1877f040100aaf7db">Lines and Polygons</a>, upload GPX files or draw bike routes, car-free zones, etc!<br><br>July 2020 - Several new resources are added, including an <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/help/faq">FAQ</a><br><br>June 2020 - Now in Beta, with first tutorials ready (see them on the <a href="https://new.opengreenmap.org/about">About page</a>)<br><br>March 2020 - open to all for alpha testing<br><br>February 2020 - open to Green Mapmakers to update their OGM1 data and provide feedback<br><br>Want to help this mapping platform thrive? Your <a href="http://GreenMap.org/donate">donations</a> to Green Map and feedback to the <a href="mailto:email@example.com">GIS Collective</a> are welcome. <br><br>