Quarterly mapping challenges updates and summary statistics.
As we discussed in our previous newsletter, we’re revisiting some of the earlier states that participated in city halls challenges. The intent is to make sure all eligible features have been collected. The map below shows which states we plan to revisit.
Points With No Edit History
When participating in challenges, don’t forget to check for points with no edit history. You won’t find any city halls without an edit history since we started collecting city halls after the launch of our current editor; however, several of the other feature types have points with no history that are scattered throughout the States. For instance, we highlighted no-edit-history fire stations in our current challenge. See the newsletter article titled Yellow Points with No Edit History?? (July 2021) for more on where these points are located along with how to identify them.
The table below shows challenges completed since our last newsletter was released as well as new challenges released.
|WHAT||WHERE||WHEN||LENGTH (DAYS)||# OF UNIQUE POINTS||# OF VOLUNTEERS|
|Fire Stations||OH, KY, IN||12/16/21 – present||(in progress)||(in progress)||(in progress)|
|City / Town Halls||OH, MI||11/4/21 – 12/23/21||49||642||7|
|Cemeteries||TN||9/30/21 – 12/16/21||77||4,086||19|
|City / Town Halls||TX||9/16/21 – 11/4/21||49||303||7|
|Law Enforcement||KS & OK||7/28/21 – 10/14/21||78||294||14|
Table 1. A table showing all the challenges that have been completed and/or released since our last newsletter (October 2021). All challenge updates are listed on our website under Resources > Mapping Challenges.