It’s about time #OpenStreetMap showed native lands on the map
We often say that OSM is a collaborative map of the world, but in reality, it’s a collaborative database of map features. There is only one database, but there are many possible maps that can be made from that data. But when it comes down to it, there’s still one map that matters most to the OSM community, and that’s the “default” map that you see on the OpenStreetMap website.
One thing that’s always frustrated me about that map is that it doesn’t include native reservations. You can add reservations to the database, (and many of us have been doing just that) but they don’t show up on the default map.