thanks for your detailed interest, these are exactly the questions I need to improve the map further
The current maps are "demo" ones to show what is possible. The real life implemented maps will be much simpler, focusing very narrow on one category, e.g. a map only for Solidarity Economy initiatives. The filters will also be less, only the ones that are needed for this type of map. E.g. a map dedicated to mountain biking does probably not need filters for wheelchair users.
And it is not needed to display all our taxonomy filters - only if the map operator wishes so!
Please specify - implementing more filters is not complicated, I need only an exact specification!
This exist for some maps, e.g. the Map of Identities - click "Map Key" on the sidebar on the right.
I haven't found time to implement the legend for each of the maps, as giving good texts for the different items is also the job of the map operator^^
For a 'manual' search you can use the "List of POIs" in the sidebar.
And of course you can use the "search" function (top left, click the magnifying glass). This at least zooms to the POI if found. I have to implement opening the popup, I guess... I've created a ticket for this issue.
Of course, the content of the sidebar is open for customizing on on each website implemented - if it is wished to be shown at all.
As this map is currently only fed from OpenStreetMap data, every project can update their data themselves. We're well aware that editing OSM data is not easy for complete beginners, so we will provide an extensive How-To and a support channel.
As Uber does not operate on fixed places on the ground, they are anyway not welcome in OSM.
Moderation is a big wish from a lot of partners.
As anyone can edit OSM, we cannot moderate here. But we may provide an external database where projects can "whitelist" their and "blacklist" other projects. This may be realized as an "external tag" database for OSM objects. The map would first pull all from OSM, and then filter out items that are not wished.
There exist no automated import tools in OSM, for a good reason.
Each single import has to be authorized by the local OSM community, as imports can severely degrade the quality of the map if done wrongly. A full automation is not possible, because of duplicates. If an item exists in both the source and OSM, the POIs have to be manually merged.
What we can do is to provide a database of all items that have been imported into OSM, to check if an item has been vanished in OSM (deleted because it no longer exists or by error).
I would like to see the sharingberlin data imported as soon as possible
Thanks for your interest - and let me know if you have further questions!