OpenStreetMap is a huge database, allows everybody to create maps according to his needs. OSM is made by people like you and free to use under an open license.
weeklyOSM updates the community, on a weekly basis, about what is going on in the OSM Universe. weeklyOSM is intended for everyone, from experienced mappers to new OSM members. It is created by mappers and OSM enthusiasts. Contributors to weeklyOSM in all languages are always welcome. Due to the enormous workload (52 issues per year, no vacations, no holidays) new languages can only be set up if three mappers agree to cooperate.
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You included the German text on osm boundaries and a google tranlation, here is my English text: http://www.konradlischka.info/en/2015/05/blog-en/heres-how-you-pull-data-from-openstreetmap-for-your-infographics/
Thank you, fixed. – The automatic transalation has to stay for our other languages. 😉