DIY ISPs of the world, unite!
* Collaborative map of DIY ISPs. Code is currently available at https://dev.cafai.fr/gitweb/?p=ffdn-db.git
* Celutz: Tool to visualize and geo-reference panoramic photos. Useful to plan line-of-sight wireless links, and approximate the location of potential wireless subscribers. Written in Django.
* HeyWhatsThat: Online tool to create coverage maps. Has also http://wisp.heywhatsthat.com/ for LoS calculations.
* HeyWhatsThat Path Profiler: Online tool to check the topographic profile between two given points.
* LibreMap : nice tool for mapping wireless routers and links, designed for wireless community networks. It has a nice API, integrates well with OpenWRT, supports replicating throughout multiple instances. Code at GitHub.
* nodewatcher, an open source network planning, deployment, monitoring and maintenance platform with emphasis on community. Provides also mapping module.
* Nodeshot: born out of Ninux.org, it allow users to map geographical data, contact one another and stay up to date with what happens in the community. A live instance of the new development version can be seen at https://test.map.ninux.org/
* WiND: WiND is a Web application targeting at Wireless Community Networks. It was created as a replacement for NodeDB by the members of Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network (AWMN) located in Athens, Greece. A live instance can be seen at AWMN and at Sarantaporo.gr Community Network
Comparison done mostly by Al, in 2014: http://pool.wiki.guifi.net/wiki/Comparison_of_maps