An amateur, nonacademic survey about cartography projects and their contributors.
I am not interested in collecting identity data, this form is subject to Lithuanian data protection laws, therefore no forms with names/surnames, exact addresses or anything of the sort will be accepted and will be erased.
Cartography — the science or practice of drawing maps. (Oxford Languages)
This survey is not affiliated with OSM, OSMF, any software, group, community or individual in connection with the aforementioned.
Have you contributed to at least one cartographical project in the last year? (Adding/editing places in Google Maps, contributing to OpenStreetMap or Mapillary etc.)
Where did you contribute?
OpenStreetMap (& related)
Other map software (please comment in Other)
Private study (school, university, city survey etc.)
Would you say that you have an interest in cartography?
When you first contributed, what was the scope of your focus?
One street, neighborhood
One suburb, borough
One city, county
Multiple places around a locality
Multiple places around a broad area (county)
Did you contribute more than just cartographic drawing, editing, studying?
I contributed to other aspects of a certain project (translating, correction, community-building)
I taught or informed others about a certain project
What is your main focus of cartographic contribution now? (E.g. on Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, HOT, Mapillary and so on)
Continuing to participate in projects around my locality
Continuing to participate in projects broadly around my locality
No particular focus
I haven't contributed to any project recently
What drove you to have interest in cartography?
Field of study
No certain reason
Internet blog or video
I am not interested in cartography
What is your broad locality? (Maximum acceptable answer is city level due to data protection purposes)
Are you over the age of 13? If no, your form will be annulled and erased.
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