Monday, November 11, 2013
From the forests of Ulceshoy in the west to the beaches of Cape Orinoco in the east a new world is emerging on OpenGeoFiction.
OpenGeoFiction is an interesting experiment in using OpenStreetMap editors and tools to create a new fictional map of a fantasy world. Anyone can contribute to the OpenGeoFiction map by using standard OpenStreetMap map editors and tools.
The OpenGeoFiction Map contains areas that are owned by members and can only be edited by their owners, a number of areas that can be claimed and developed by new users and also one country, 'Archantica', which is free to be edited by all members.
Posted by Keir Clarke at 4:33 AM