hi all!

I am starting with this and I really need some help to begin... Welll..Is it possible to put sounds in the map? Another question is that I would like to take the OSM plataform, but only publish the map when this become almost complete. I would not like to publish the data during the process. Is it possible? thank you for any help. claudia

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To try help you, it would help to understand what you mean and what you think OSM is. To clarify your understanding reading https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/About and https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Use_OpenStreetMap may help.

What is "the map" for you?

What is "the OSM plataform" for you? Could you describe what you mean by "become almost complete"?

(27 Nov '14, 14:16) aseerel4c26 ♦

the map is the cartography I will publish on line. The OSM plataform is the data base of OSM. And I want to use this data base but only publish the sound map of a certain area when this is finishing , and so, to open for contribuition.

(29 Nov '14, 14:14) claudia22

It sounds like you want to create "your own map" incorporating OpenStreetMap data and not "update the map". There are a few options available (assuming you want some sort of web-based map similar to the maps displayed on the OpenStreetMap website. One is to use "uMap" (see this previous question). Switch2osm also has a "using tiles" section - the Leaflet examples there might be useful. Another option might be to use TileMill.

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