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Wikidata logo. Wikidata item Q17068357: MapboxAmerican geospatial technology company that produces tools for map designers and application developers
instance of
  • software company
  • startup company
  • +2010-00-00T00:00:00Z
headquarters location
  • Washington, D.C.
  • San Francisco
official website
product or material produced
  • software
  • mapbox
Commons category
  • Mapbox
  • cartography
  • software development
official blog
member of
  • OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data
social media followers
  • +71443
  • +68683
  • +75015
  • +8370
  • +76515
service status information URL
  • United States of America
affiliated worker organisation
  • Mapbox Workers' Union
separated from
  • Development Seed
OpenStreetMap tag or key
  • Tag:source=Mapbox
used by
  • Strava
logo image
  • Property type 'commonsMedia' not supported yet.
  • Property type 'commonsMedia' not supported yet.
  • Property type 'commonsMedia' not supported yet.
  • MapBox
  • Mapbox
official jobs URL
privacy policy URL
terms of service URL
complies with
  • System and Organization Controls
business model
  • software as a service
owner of
  • Mapbox San Francisco
  • Mapbox D.C.
  • MeatText
  • Human
  • Techstars
board member
  • Ira Ehrenpreis
  • Eric Gundersen
  • John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
has subsidiary
  • Mapbox Oy
  • Mapbox Japan
  • MapData
Stack Exchange tag
telephone number
  • +375 (29) 6-350-125
user manual URL
founded by
  • Eric Gundersen
  • Bonnie Bogle
chief executive officer
  • Eric Gundersen
  • Peter Sirota
  • Eric Gundersen
located in the administrative territorial entity
  • Washington, D.C.
  • +175
  • +209
  • +221
work location
  • Washington, D.C.
  • San Francisco
  • Ayacucho
  • Indiranagar
  • Berlin
  • Detroit
  • Shanghai
  • Minsk
  • Lancaster
  • Hong Kong
  • Sanlitun
  • Helsinki
  • Tokyo
  • In-Q-Tel
  • Foundry Group
  • Draper Fisher Jurvetson
  • Thrive Capital
  • Jon Winkelried
  • SoftBank Vision Fund
different from
  • MapLibre
significant event
  • series A round
  • series B round
  • Locate
  • series C round
  • settlement
  • BUILD with Mapbox
  • SafeGraph
  • Maxar Technologies
  • Nearmap
  • OpenStreetMap database
  • Zillow
  • Ordnance Survey
  • Foursquare Labs, Inc.

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    Further investigation revealed that Senkaku Islands, which is de facto controlled by Japan, is listed in Mapbox as Diaoyu Dao. How funny.

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    The file that is attached to this post.

    I’m not that patriotic (as in Korean perspective — or maybe nationalistic for some) guy that I don’t really feel much about most of nationalism issues, but when Mapbox is disobeying their de facto statement and displaying Takeshima in place of Dokdo (Whatever Japan claims, it is de facto controlled by the Republic of Korea, thus Dokdo), I have to question Mapbox’s quality that it is not reliable for any use whatsoever, even for personal use like me. I’m gonna convert to Google Maps this week. I really liked Mapbox Street’s design, but that’s it. A full stop here. I liked this for a day or two, but meh. I may recosider when they change the name to either Dokdo or Liancourt Rocks (acceptable alternative).

    The main OSM tile and thunderforest’s tile (I tested atlas) correctly says ‘Dokdo’, for the record.