This year the State of the Map conference was held at Aston University, Birmingham, UK. The SotM is the conference on all things OpenStreetMap and at the same time a friendly meetup for hobbyists and professionals alike. Speakers from our group were Christopher Barron and myself.
Here is a shot of Christopher during his presentation on our OSM data quality analysis framework based on intrinsic measures derived from the mapping history, which was met with great interest:
My talk was about scale in OSM. Interactive map here: http://openmapsurfer.uni-hd.de/scale-determinator.html
The talks will be available as videos soon.
The conference schedule was tight, so we had to go for a quick dinner usually…
but the glory of proper Fish & Chips with Salt & Vinegar cannot be praised high enough!