Ordnance Survey just released VectorMap District, no announcement because of the election OS Open data download page
OS OpenData products available from 1 April 2010 as an on-line service at www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/opendata inc 1.7m postcodes
Ordnance Survey data! On data.gov.uk!
Guardian: Ordnance Survey launches free downloadable maps
Ordnance Survey Open Data licence no restriction on derived works 🙂
Ordnance Survey OS opendata maps: what does it actually include? Datablog
OpenStreetMap wiki: OS open data, what next?
Cyclestreets blog on Ordnance Survey open data and their move to OS codepoint database
#opsi statement on re-use if you add to Ordnance Survey mapping http://www.opsi.gov.uk/about/faqs-psi-regulations#rf
What Does the Head of the US Census Say to Open Street Map?
Open Geo Data response to Ordnance Survey open data announcement
Local Gov starting to see the potential of OpenStreetMap
OpenAddresses is a web portal for the management of Open Source worldwide localized postal addresses.
http://www.openaddresses.org/ uses Open Street Map
Post by Steve Coast, who started OSM
OpenStreetMap – The Best Map
Policymakers increasingly recognise that many of the solutions to major social challenges – from tackling climate change to improving public health – need to be much more local. Local solutions are frequently very effective, as they reflect the needs of specific communities and engage citizens in taking action. And they are often cost-effective, since they provide a conduit for the resources of citizens, charities or social enterprises to complement those of the state. Given the growing pressure on government finances, these are important benefits.
But localism presents a dilemma. Government has traditionally found it difficult to support genuine local solutions while achieving national impact and scale.
Pew Report: Net will enhance intelligence, not make us stupid.
The Future of the Internet 1V
Rewired State events in March