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May 29, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

These are the big topics at State of the Map US that I'm excited about

The annual OpenStreetMap conference is coming up next week June 6–8 in New York City — over on medium I wrote up the topics I will be paying attention to.

You can still register for the event until June 1st: http://stateofthemap.us/

Hope to see you in New York City!

by lxbarth at May 29, 2015 09:06 PM

East Africa Tagging Guidelines on the Wiki

As the OSM Wiki was void with specific tagging guidelines for any East African country, I decided to take that work upon me. I wanted to do a country specific guide for Uganda in the first place. But I soon realized that most of it would most probably apply to other places in East Africa. So here it is: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/East_Africa_Tagging_Guidelines I'd be happy to see lots of you contributing. So if anyone wants to add in more information, please feel free.

by Jotam at May 29, 2015 09:00 PM

Habrahabr OpenStreetMap (RU)

[Из песочницы] Русификация и мультиязычность карт OpenStreetMap


Занимаясь разработкой веб-карт, использующих данные OpenStreetMap, часто возникает вопрос о том, как показывать карты с корректными русскими названиями. Этой проблемы не возникает, если ваши карты показывают исключительно Россию. Однако, если вы посмотрите, например, карту Китая, то вам вряд ли понравится такое обилие иероглифов, а тщетные попытки найти Пекин на такой карте, скорее всего, не увенчаются успехом.



Известно, что свободолюбивый проект OpenStreetMap позволяет сохранять названия географических объектов на разных языках. Для этого используются специальные теги, типа name:ru, name:en или name:es, и что самое главное, они заполняются участниками OpenStreetMap. Конечно, наиболее подробные надписи создают пользователи на том языке, на котором они говорят: в России — на русском, в Китае — на китайском, в африканских странах — на местных языках. Шансов, что какая-то улочка в Нигерии будет иметь русский перевод, мало, но все же основные географические объекты (страны, города, реки и т.п.) имеют переводы. Этой небольшой картографической информации бывает вполне достаточно, чтобы русскоязычный пользователь открыл, например, карту Китая и нашел на ней основные названия. Таким образом, ваш ресурс станет чуть более дружелюбным для пользователя.
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by voidSoul at May 29, 2015 04:35 PM

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

LostPlaces

Will add some lost Places! If anybody know lost places arount Hamburg please Map;-)

by rack the jipper at May 29, 2015 02:10 PM

Top OSM Rank: The Big Imports

Here are some of the things I learned while studying the OSM accounts with high HDYC rank, as described in my last entry

  • TIGER! 'DaveHansenTiger' originally imported TIGER, but 'woodpeck-fixbot' (noderank #1) subsequently touched nearly every node. Because TIGER is such a mess, it may be possible to estimate how quickly it is getting cleaned up based on the last-modified count of woodpeck-fixbot. Currently it's 136 M, going down at around 12 K/day, so at this rate it will take 32 years to clean up all the TIGER in the USA.

  • TIGER ways: between 'DaveHansenTiger' and 'bot-mode', there are around 8 M imported TIGER ways that haven't been touched since import. At the current rate of 1800/day, it's going to take 12 years to clean it all.

  • NHD! (USA national hydrographic dataset). A lot of NHD was imported without any decimation at all, resulting in >90% of the nodes being redundant, effectively noise. There are at least 6 accounts involved in NHD import, including 'jumbanho' (noderank #2) and 'nmixter' (noderank #5). I've tried manually cleaning up this NHD mess manually, but it takes several hours to do 100 K nodes in JOSM. At that rate, it would take me 8 months of editing every night to clean up all 46 M nodes.

  • Canada! The CanvecIimports account (noderank #3) is at 45 Mnodes and still rising, and there are several more accounts that appear to import Canvec like azub (noderank #11), bgamberg (noderank #13). Some areas are neatly decimated and tidy, some are not.

  • Netherlands: There are two huge imports, 3dShapes (noderank #4) and BAG, which is spread across 16 accounts which all nicely have BAG in their name (Sander H_BAG, Commodoortje_BAG, etc.) All 16 are in the top 200 of noderank.

  • Massachusetts: The state GIS was a massive import, by account jremillard-massgis (noderank #10) and a few others. Amazingly, the road data is actually of high quality and needs very little cleanup; the wetland hydrography is a bit messier.

  • Some highly ranked accounts appear to be national imports (?) that I found harder to learn about, such as Tom_G3X (noderank #7, 19 Mnodes in Japan) and Petr1868 (noderank #9, who has apparently added 23 Mnodes to the Czech Republic using "Tracer Using RUIAN and LPIS")

  • France has many accounts importing from its national cadastre database, but it is very hard to tell which. One might guess that ËdzëronK (noderank #12) and the 15 other massive contributors to France in the top 100 are importing cadastre, but perhaps some of them are actually just amazing, really active mappers.

In my next post I'll talk about some non-import, real cool mappers I discovered.

by bdiscoe at May 29, 2015 05:41 AM

Hello HOT !

My name is Arushi Vashist and I joined the HOT community as an intern through the Outreachy program 2015. I will be working on the project "Improve HOT Export Tool Help Documentation" with my mentor Mhairi O’Hara. I am looking forward to having a great experience and collaborating with the community.

Cheers !

by Arushi Vashist at May 29, 2015 02:15 AM

What's the dumbest thing you did in OSM?

In reply to RichardF's call for stories, I shared a few of my mapping stories. Marking the link here, so I get back to it later: http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Richard/diary/35107#comment30756

by maning at May 29, 2015 01:47 AM

May 28, 2015

Russion live OSM radio

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

Colorindo mapas

Da série "Formas diferentes de visualizar o mapa"

Quem já abriu os limites de um país (ou região, estado, etc) no JOSM já percebeu que a exibição não é nada colorida (afinal, o JOSM é um programa de edição de dados e não de imagem): Padrão JOSM

Mas isso significa que não podemos ter algo colorido?
E se eu quiser o meu país nas cores dele?

Novamente utilizando mágica para aplicar estilos no JOSM, podemos ter o Brasil colorido de verde ou amarelo: Verde e amarelo

/* colore aleatoriamente os estados com verde ou amarelo */
relation[admin_level=4] {
        fill-color: eval(random()) > 0.5 ? yellow : green;
        fill-opacity: 0.5;
}

E se quiser os estados todos coloridos, cada um com uma cor? Colorido

/* estados com cores aleatórias */
relation[admin_level=4] {
        fill-color: eval(rgb(random(), random(), random()));
        fill-opacity: 0.5;
}

Já está dando quase para montar um livro de geografia do Brasil utilizando apenas o OSM e JOSM.

E se a pessoa quiser apenas variações de azul e verde? Verde e azul

/* deixa a cor vermelha sempre em 0, variando verde e azul */
relation[admin_level=4] {
        fill-color: eval(rgb(0, random(), random()));
        fill-opacity: 0.5;
} 

Utilizar random() não garante que a área seja sempre representada pela mesma cor.
E se a pessoa, então, quiser representar os países (e as suas áreas, regiões, enclaves, etc) sempre com a mesma cor?

Países

relation[admin_level=2] {
        fill-color: hsb_color(CRC32_checksum(tag("name"))/4294967296.0, 0.9, 0.7);
        fill-opacity: 0.5;
}

Cada área receberá uma cor baseada no seu nome, mantendo-a para enclaves, ilhas, etc.

Até aqui já dá para vender mapas, representar bairros de uma cidade com cores diferentes ou possivelmente exibir locais com alguma característica, restrição ou necessidade especial (um bom exemplo seria gerar mapas com cores de fácil diferenciação para pessoas com deficiência visual).

De forma mais proveitosa, dá para colorir áreas já trabalhadas, de acordo com algum critério, e áreas que faltam ser trabalhadas.
Por exemplo, o Blademir disse que vai deixar o Brasil inteiro verde: Distritos Isso representa todos os distritos (admin_level=9) já mapeados no Brasil.

/* todos os estados em vermelho */
relation[admin_level=4] {
        z-index: 0; 
        fill-color: red;
        fill-opacity: 0.3;
}

/* distritos em verde, com prioridade de renderização maior (no topo) */
relation[admin_level=9] {
        z-index: 1;
        fill-color: green;
        fill-opacity: 0.6;
}

/* esconde os caminhos */
way  {
        fill-color: black;
        width: 0
}

/* esconde todos os nós */
node {
        icon-opacity: 0;
        symbol-size: 1;
        symbol-stroke-color: orange;
        text: "";
}

Eu achava que tínhamos 2 estados completos, mas nenhum salvou.
O Skippern deu mancada no Espírito Santo e deixou buracos: Espírito Santo O resto mais bem mapeado do país também não está lá grande coisa: MS + SP

Também deu para ver que alguém (não vou falar quem fui ☺) acabou duplicando algumas relações: Duplicado

Reparem como uma das áreas apresenta um verde mais saturado (pela sobreposição de duas relações)

Colorir, portanto, também dá para ser útil nas edições.

by naoliv at May 28, 2015 07:50 PM

Open Tuinen

Ik was van plan om naar de Open Tuinendag te gaan. Maar ik plan zo'n dingen graag op een echt kaartje. Op de website van de Open Tuinendag zelf krijg je wel een overzicht, maar bepaald geen handig kaartje. Als je mogelijk meerdere tuinen wil bezoeken, moet je zelf nog de adressen overnemen om te zien hoe je ze zou kunnen combineren. Ik had even een uur of twee niets anders te doen, dus ik dacht, dat kan beter. Dan leren we nog eens iets bij.

1. Data verzamelen

De website zag er proper en overzichtelijk uit, dus die zou te scrapen moeten zijn. Web Scraper plugin voor Chrome geïnstalleerd, maar die kon er niet aan uit. Of ik niet aan de scraper, dat kan ook. Maar de HTML van de site zat super ordelijk in elkaar, dus met wat vind.alles en kuiswerk in Notepad++ had ik zo een propere dataset. Elke tuin een rij, elke eigenschap een kolom, zo heb ik het graag.

2. Waar zijn die tuinen?

De kernvraag van de geografie: waar is het ding. Helaas, geen coördinaten beschikbaar. Na wat Googlen bleek dat mijn collega Kay dé tool gemaakt had die ik nodig had. In QGIS zet het ding een csv om in een feature class. De plugin zelf installeren bleek voor een keer direct te werken vanuit de plugin beheerder binnen QGIS. Nog de funcie vinden om de coördinaten aan de feature class toe te voegen, en de bijhorende dbf toevoegen aan mijn tuinentabelletje.

De Geopunt plugin gebruikt de webservices van Agiv, de Vlaamse overheidsdienst voor GIS. Dat werkt behoorlijk goed, maar er ontbrak nog wel wat in mijn lijst. Grootste probleem: een tiental tuinen in Nederland. Dus alweer naar Google, en daar de Excel Geocoding Tool gevonden, die hetzelfde doet met webservices van Bing Maps. De kwaliteit zag er opnieuw niet slecht uit, en wat nog ontbrak snel opgezocht op Google Maps zelf. Daar krijg je ook coordinaten van de plaats waar je op inzoomt.

3. Op de kaart prikken.

Het geweldige Umap is uw vriend. Daar had ik al wat ervaring mee, en dat zit best eenvoudig in elkaar. Nu had ik wel iets meer nodig, en er is niet echt een goede handleiding beschikbaar. Gelukkig vond ik alles wat ik zocht in oude vragen op Openstreetmap Help. Gewoon een csv maken met Notepad++ en experimenteren maar.

Wat hebben we geleerd: - coördinaten moeten in kolommen "lat" en "long" staan - een link maak je zo: [[http://www.url.org|Omschrijving van je URL]] - een afbeelding laat je zo zien: {{http://www.url.org/image.jpg}} - gebruik kolomnamen Name en Description om die gegevens goed herkend te laten worden

4. Klaar!

Wat kan je nu dat eerder niet kon? - Vrij in en en uitzoomen, klikken op de locatie die je interesseert voor basisinfo, doorklikken naar een volledige versie - Doorklikken naar een routeplanner met de tuin als bestemming (rechtermuisknop op de tuin) - Via het delen knopje (drie verbonden bolletjes, links op het scherm) code voor een iFrame ophalen om toe te voegen aan je eigen site. En via hetzelfde knopje downloaden als GPX (voor je GPS), als KML (voor Google Earth) of als GeoJson (voor nerdy doelstellingen).

Wat kan je niet: - vanuit een overzicht van de tuinen naar de locatie gaan - een route plannen van de ene tuin naar de andere. Zouden beide fijne uitbreidingen zijn voor umap, me dunkt.

Met dank aan de Landelijke Gilden om niet kwaad te zijn dat ik hun website zomaar scrape.

by joost schouppe at May 28, 2015 05:44 PM

Bone Killian

Hinges

I made my first ever hinge mortises yesterday. My toolbox now has a functional lid.

Knife an outline of the hinge Chop some lines with the chisel Smooth out the bottom of the mortise Install hinge Tada!

by Adam at May 28, 2015 05:12 PM

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

What's your OpenStreetMap story?

Everyone has their own reason for contributing to OpenStreetMap. Maybe you wanted a better map for your favourite activity - hiking, cycling, skiing. Maybe you were using a site or device with OSM data, and found it lacking. Maybe a friend got you involved. Maybe you believe in our aims as an open project. Or maybe you just thought it was cool.

What was your reason?

I'm giving a talk at State of the Map US in just over a week, in which I'd like to share people's stories as to why they contribute. I'd love to hear yours.

You can post in the comments here, drop me a line at richard@systemeD.net, send me an OSM message, or reply on Twitter. (Anonymity offered if you want!)

by Richard at May 28, 2015 02:22 PM

Недельное задание 11: статистика

Входы и выходы - довольно важная при прокладке маршрута информация. Благо, отметить их в OSM - лёгкая задача. На прошлой неделе мы занимались именно этим.

В рамках данного недельного задания было добавлено или изменено 580 точек, обозначающих входы и выходы. А ещё исправлено немного точек (конкретно - 31), обозначенных по старой схеме (building=entrance):

statistics

Карта входов/выходов, отредактированных в пакетах правок этого задания:

map

Участие приняли 3 человека, они закрыли 20 пакетов правок.

Количество точек с тегом entrance=*, изменённых каждым из участников:

statistics

Используются ли данные о входах из OSM? Larry0ua заметил, что частично используются в OSMAnd. А ещё в картах для Навител, конвертированных из OSM, иконка полигонального POI находится на месте точки с тегом entrance=main на его контуре. Но всё это - для смартфонов и навигаторов, а что насчёт браузеров? А ничего. Но это продлится ещё недолго.

На прошлой неделе я создал что-то вроде прокси, только для входов: ссылка. На этом сайте ищем объекты и выбираем нужный входы в них. Получаем ссылку на маршрут, у которого координаты старта и финиша - координаты выбранных входов. Кстати, это работает не только со зданиями, но и вообще с любыми объектами. Инструкция по использованию находится здесь.

В данный момент проект находится в состоянии альфа-версии: там нет многих функций, обработки ошибок и многого другого. Когда он будет готов, сделаю полноценную запись на форуме.

На этой неделе: отмечаем аптеки.

P. S. Пожалуйста, заполните опрос. Есть идея поменять кое-что в недельных заданиях. Прежде чем делать это, нужно узнать, как к изменениям отнесётся сообщество.

by edward17 at May 28, 2015 02:16 PM

May 27, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

[LearnOSM] Report may 2015

Dear all,

I have been actively participating in LearnOSM for a few months now and here is my first report of the community work on this project.

Status of material in English

Sections are being added, reorganised and updated, in particular:

Thank you Nick @Nick-Tallguy for your sustained hard work to improve the materials!

Special thanks to Win @gitGOwin for his various corrections and his full update of:

More thanks to Daniel @CloCkWeRX, Jessica @jmarlena, Brad @neuhausr, Manuel @humitos, Blake @bgirardot for all contributions big and small in our GitHub repository.

I also would like to salute people contributing behind the scenes or participating in discussions to improve form and contents globally: @pyrog for the input, Nick @Nick-Tallguy for the cleanup, Jessica @jmarlena, Alex @lxbarth, Mikel @mikelmaron and members of the HOT Training Working Group.

Take a tour at https://github.com/hotosm/learnosm/issues

Improvements in several languages

  • Spanish: Translation of Coordination by the great team of Jorge @jsanz, Pedro-Juan @vehrka and @shiguera.
  • German: Translation of Detailed Editing and review of Beginner's Guide by Michael @michael63-osm
  • Japanese: Care by Satoshi @nyampire

New languages

  • Ukrainian and Russian Beginner's Guides BOTH by Andrey @Andygol.
  • Norwegian: Work recently started by Anders @andersar.
  • Swahili: Work recently started by Geoffrey @kateregga1.

Thank you to all our translators!

Stay tuned for what's next and how you can get involved.

  • althio

by althio at May 27, 2015 08:01 PM

Wolfen schöner machen

Wolfen in langsamen Schritten und mit Feldvergleich vor Ort schöner machen bzw. die Karte vervollständigen und Fehler beheben.

by Mista1981 at May 27, 2015 06:58 PM

Seit langen mal wieder im System

Hmmm... seit langer Zeit wieder mal eingeloggt und gesehen das viele der damals gemachten Einträge verändert bzw. wohl durch die Falscheingabe eines Users gelöscht wurden. In einem Vermerk gelesen, das wohl der Mapper "black_bike" einige meiner Daten wieder hergestellt hat. Dank an "black_bike"

by Linusus at May 27, 2015 05:29 PM

Mapy.cz from Seznam, biggest Czech portal, starts using OpenStreetMap

Starting in 1996, Seznam.cz is nowadays the biggest web portal on Czech internet. The portal was originally search engine (today number2 in the Czech republic with share rate similar to Google), in 1998 the freemail function was added and since 2001, another functions were added, including maps.

Mapy.cz originally used data from Seznam for the Czech republic and from Navteq for the rest of the Europe. Another parts of the world were not rendered on usable zoom level.

As of the end of the year 2014 they switched from Navteq to OSM in the Europe and added zoom level 15 and 16. They earned 1.5milions of POIs (originally 1milion, 2.5 with OSM).

In the Q1 2015 they started to test in beta rendering of the whole world with OSM data and today their product left beta stage and now is available on their homepage.

OSM data are used everywhere except Czech republic and Slovakia (two countries Seznam.cz is focusing mostly - they are collecting data by themselves and have some business plan with them). The only render is the default map, the other ones are available in Czech republic and Slovakia only (with promises of tourist map for favorite tourist destinations). There is also no Panorama (StreetView like) functionfor the rest of the world nor aerial images.

Seznam.cz promises not only taking the OSM data but also actively contribute: if someone mark a mistake on the map (outside Czech republic and Slovakia), they will repair it in OSM. I have no information if the bugreport needs to be done in Czech or other languages are also acceptable.

by xkomczax at May 27, 2015 04:30 PM

May 26, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

Kickoff

Round 10 of Outreachy has started and I will be working as an intern during the summer on the Tasking Manager of Openstreetmap with Blake Girardot as my mentor.

Outreachy

In a nutshell, Outreachy is a program that encourages women (cis and trans), trans men and genderqueer people to make their first steps in free and open source software. For three months an intern is paired with one or more mentors for a project. This internship not only provides space for people from underrepresented backgrounds, it introduces new and enthusiastic helping hands to community-driven projects.

Openstreetmap

Openstreetmap is a worlwide community of mappers that collaborate on collecting data for a digital map. It is user-friendly software that respects the user's data. It has Open Database License and is community driven and in that way is setting an example of what self-initiative and collective collaboration can offer back to our communities.

Usability testing for the Humanitarian Openstreetmap Team's Tasking Manager

Tasking Manager

Humanitarian Openstreetmap Team's (HOT) Tasking Manager is a tool used for dividing mapping projects for humanitarian causes. In June 2014 (update: corrected release date as suggested from the comment) Tasking Manager 2 was released. There are currently attempts made to improve the Tasking Manager Usability Interface.

Project Kickoff

The Outreachy internship started yesterday, Monday 25th of May. This is the schedule for the first week of the project:

  • Introduction to the community
  • Understand workflows, participate in online meetings
  • Review open Tasking Manager issues
  • Have the local repo up and running
  • Make a pull request
  • Populate a list of tasks a user does in order to map
  • Get more familiar with the Tasking Manager front page (priority status, project selection etc)

by rekth at May 26, 2015 11:49 PM

Sneak Preview of the Next Vespucci Release

Vespucci Tablet Layout

The last new version of Vespucci with major changes was at the end of 2014 and it has taken a lot more time than I wanted to get near to completing the next version. But now a lot of things are coming together and I'm expecting that we are only a single digit number of weeks away from a stable release.

Just some of the major features:

  • multi-select mode
  • restyled tag editing with split pane layout on tablets.
  • selective tag copy, cut and paste.
  • lots of relation editing improvements
  • start a camera app directly
  • go directly to preset screen when creating new elements.

Besides the multi-select support most changes have been geared towards making the user interface more consistent and easier to use.

Tag Editor Presets

Given that the new property editor is so much better, I've added a way to quickly and easily switch in to the "tag editing-only" mode that has been hidden in the deprecated modes preference for the last two years. This should not be confused with the current raft of "lets add a node regardless of what is already there" pseudo editors, all available OSM objects can be modified, just the geometry is locked.

In other news Vespucci now has a twitter account and we have moved the source code repository and issue tracking to github.

For developers: one of the major hills that had to be climbed was refactoring the old "TagEditor" activity, likely some of the oldest code in Vespucci. Written by the original Vespucci author in the first months of 2009, by both OSM and Android standards it was pre-historic. I added a significant amount of code two years ago for relation support, but hadn't touched the general structure and monolithic mass of code that it had grown to, and that had started to be a big road-block to improving and adding functionality. One immediate benefit of the refactoring is that Vespucci is much improved on tablets and uses the available screen real estate a lot better.

Watch this space or twitter for the announcement of release candidates, as always any help in testing and coding is welcome.

by SimonPoole at May 26, 2015 10:17 PM

Cidades do Brasil

Da série "Formas diferentes de visualizar o mapa"

O Brasil é muito grande e tem muitos locais habitados (eu sei disso e você também sabe): Locais habitados

Tudo isso é o que existe de place=city, place=town, place=village e place=hamlet.
Só que ter algo pontual, sem cor, sem informação nem qualquer outro atributo é muito chato de se ver.

Mas com o JOSM e um pouco de magia negra dá para, de forma muito simples, visualizar de outras formas (e fazer análises, se quiser).

Por exemplo, os mesmos dados coloridos com intensidade baseada na classificação do local (cidades maiores de 100 mil habitantes são verdes, entre 10 e 100 mil amarelas, menor de 10 mil alaranjadas, hamlets marrons e tem uns roxos que não lembro se talvez escaparam alguns place=isolated_dwelling):

Colorido

Melhor!
Mas e se representar o tamanho do local de acordo com a classificação também?
city > town > village > hamlet

Por tamanho

Já dá para ver de forma um pouco mais clara onde estão localizadas as maiores cidades e as menores comunidades (fica bem claro, por exemplo, que na região Norte tem bastante comunidade pequena e que elas estão muito próximas aos rios).

Ou de acordo com a codificação do JOSM (city = roxo, town = vermelho, village = laranja, hamlet = amarelo):

JOSM

Dá também para ver o óbvio (cidades grandes, em sua maioria, encontram-se no litoral): Litoral

Ou que as cidades (com mais de 10 mil habitantes) do oeste de SP encontram-se próximas às rodovias e ferrovias (muitas se desenvolveram por causa da ferrovia): Oeste de SP

Dá para brincar de muitos modos com a representação dos dados (não só com cidades, mas praticamente com qualquer coisa).

Também dá para visualizar objetos representados de forma incorreta. Por exemplo, muitos bairros estão representados como place=hamlet ao invés de place=suburb

by naoliv at May 26, 2015 07:06 PM

Introduction

Cinquantenaire, j'ai vécu l'histoire de: «j'irai voir ce qu'il y a derrière la montagne», et d'une montagne à l'autre, et d'un continent à l'autre, avec un globe dans la tête, passionné par la géographie, je ne pouvait être qu'emballé par tout ce qui concerne OpenStreetMap !

Militaire de profession, dans un premier temps (l'ancienne école évidement) petit cadre, spécialisé dans l'éclairage et le renseignement d'unités d'infanterie, l'œil aiguisé a l'observation du terrain entre autre, et l'instruction que j'ai reçue en topographie, me prédispose à être utile, « je l’espère » dans ce projet.

Recyclé dans le transport lourds, je continue d’affiner mes acquis autour des 3 points qui englobe la géomatique:

-la collecte de l’information sur la route et dans les ballades avec OSMTracker et Vespucci que j'aime moins

-le traitement de l'information avec JOSM et, beaucoup moins avec Vespucci

-la diffusion de l'information traitée, dans la base de données d'OpenStreetMap

Conscient des nombreuses erreurs que j'ai commises à mes débuts, et peut-être encore maintenant, et que d'autres contributeurs corrigent, sans mots dire.

Je m'efforce à mon tour, de mettre une part des mes contributions, à la corrections des erreurs, sur OSM avec un outils que j'apprécie : « Osmose ».

by etbane at May 26, 2015 06:28 PM

Ersthilfe

hallo allerseits, ich habe gerade osm zum ersten mal aufgemacht und mich angemeldet. Wer oder wo kann ich mit einem "Grundkurs zur Nutzung" helfen. z.B. die Frage wie kann ich meinen Standort mobil eingeben um mich zu orientieren? Wie kann ich Teikarten ( z.B. Kreis DN oder eine Insel) runterladen?

Ihr seht:Anfänger aber interessiert!!!

mfg sloggi

by sloggi at May 26, 2015 08:38 AM

OpenStreetMap Weekly Update

weekly 252 – 12.05.–18.05.2015

12.05.–18.05.2015

Viele neue Icons auf osm.org, z.B. Fahrradparkplatz [1]

A lot of new icons (and more) in osm.org [1]

About us

  • weeklyOSM is proud to announce a version in one more language: Bahasa Indonesia. Thanks to Adityo, Harry, Ranie, and Wulan who joined our weeklyOSM Team.
  • A job offer: reviewer for the English version of  weeklyOSM
    • Requirements: Native speaker; good feeling for language, good grammar and punctuation
    • Our offer: You can read weeklyOSM a least one day before the public can read it. 😉

Mapping

  • “10 years ago we used the Garmin eTrex to survey OpenStreetMap. Now it has built-in OSM mapping”. Today OSM is THE map on the new eTrex 20x and eTrex 30x.
  • The Geoknow project has, with the participation of the University of Leipzig, published a JOSM plugin OSMRec. OSMRec suggests possible established alternatives when using a new tag.
  • Is it possible to use WMS services in iD using something like WhooTS? TMS in iD should work, and there always JOSM of course (via OSM Help).
  • What is the best way to tag an estate agent? That’s a question that Paweł Marynowski asked the tagging list.
  • OSM2World developers Tordanik proposes the tag building:wall=yes in order to tag differently colored (and inclined) walls.

Imports

  • There are currently very heated discussions about the license situation for a planned import of administrative boundaries in Nepal. This has been moved to “Legal” but yet not “arrived”.
  • Soon will start the land use import in Slovenia.

Humanitarian OSM

  • Impressive video of the earthquake in Nepal and HOT activities.
  • Christian Quest has issued a similar map as MapBox for rescue forces in Nepal.
  • Pierre Béland spread the news that he reads from the statistics by Pascal Neis: In the period from 25.04. to 16.05, in Nepal, there were more than 6500 active mappers.
  • Landslide in Nepal – triggered by the earthquake on May 12.
  • Where does the community map, before and after the first quake in Nepal?
  • How has Nepal changed in OSM since 2012? (via Kangrex).  Thanks to FOSM for the “before” tiles.

Maps

#switch2OSM

  • Public transport in Panama City relies on OpenStreetMap.
  • Pablo Cecconi says on talk-ar that the city of Buenos Aires has issued an OSM map. In addition to current construction sites, official cycle paths and public transport, you can find a variety of public institutions – labour offices, police stations, free Wi-Fi, healthcare, education and culture, and last but not least tourism and gastronomy.

Open-Data

Software

Did you know …

Other “geo” things

  • Where the coverage of Google Street View ends,  Mapillary’s starts, 😉 for example: North Korea. (via @newscombinator)
  • Apple has acquired high-precision GPS firm Coherent Navigation.

by weeklyteam at May 26, 2015 05:40 AM

May 25, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

Schnalles Hafen

Schnalles hafen Bunker hinzugefügt

by rack the jipper at May 25, 2015 07:27 PM

OSM IQ 1.5 with advanced DXF export capabilities

Use favorites in OSM-IQ to mark tags you are interested in and export all your favorite tags to a different layer in a single DXF file.

by marco79 at May 25, 2015 04:54 PM

Using oocalc spreadsheet and marcors to speed up QA work

For quite a while I'm using oocalc to correct errors in osm.

With a few macros you can jump from a table cell to josm, osm webpage and other services.

Read more in the wiki: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/LibreOffice_Calc

by werner2101 at May 25, 2015 08:30 AM

Humantarian Map - Correction Required

In humanitarian Map, Jammu and Kashmir you are making as part of INDIA. According to UNO, It is part of Pakistan. Such propaganda is against Pakistan.

Please correct the map according to UN.

by zmmalik at May 25, 2015 06:03 AM

May 24, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

Naumburg-Weißenfels-Leipzig

Gut, kein direkter OSM-Bezug, aber thematisch nah dran;

Gegeben sei: man schaue bei einer Routenplanung in eine beliebige Karte ... bspw. auf OSM ... stelle fest, dass das recht easy ist, da man sich eigentlich fast ausschliesslich nur auf de B 87 Richtung Leipzig zu bewegen hat und fährt dann einfach los.

In Weißenfels (40km von LPZ (>500.000 Einwohner) entfernt) kuckt man dann recht blöde, da es in wirklich dem ganzen Ort weder Schilder zur B 87 gibt noch welche, wo Leipzig drauf steht.

Lösung des Rätsels: Man fährt am Arsch der Welt bisschen im Kreis und fragt dann an der Tanke wo die kompetente Verkäuferin erklärt, dass man 20 Meter weiter auf einen 2-spurigen Autobahnzubringer Richtung Halle muss (Ausgeschildert mit -> Halle, UND -> Autobahn sowieso).

Halle? Ich will nach Leipzig!

Ja, is recht so! ...

und bekommt dann tatsächlich nach etwa 1km den ersten Wegweiser "zurück" auf die b 87 nach LPZ.

Dafür simmer 89 auffe Strasse!

by MKnight at May 24, 2015 11:30 PM

Mise à jour carte de Valence (rues, commerces, ...)

Je prépare pour cet été un tour complet de Valence en plusieurs fois afin de procéder à un relevé complet des rues de Valence, et ce afin de mettre à jour l'ensemble des données sur la ville: rues, numéros, infrastructures, bâtiments, commerces, institutions, etc.

Si il y a des gens intéressés pour m'aider, je suis preneur. Pour les courageux(euses), avoir un vélo, une gourde d'eau, un ou plusieurs portable avec GPS (et OsmAnd d'installé par exemple), un pc portable ... et de la patience et de la motivation !

Contactez-moi par message si vous êtes intéressés. Lucas

by lucasbenard at May 24, 2015 09:00 PM

Richard Weait

What not to map in OpenStreetMap

We love to map. We love to provide correct, complete, comprehensive data for the OpenStreetMap® data base, and for the millions of consumers of that data, around the World.

And I'm walking around the neighbourhood, minding my own business1, when I pass the intersection of Waters and Stanley. Just a normal day, Wait. What?

I see these new street signs. Time to improve OpenStreetMap, right?

Wrong.

I'm not mapping this

"Waters and Stanley"? That's not this intersection. Those aren't Toronto, municipal street signs!

I'm not going to change this information in OpenStreetMap. The street signs are for a film set.

Waters and Stanley are a film set

In the rest of the image you'll see that the intersection is closed. There is a lighting boom truck, and the black tarpaulin is covering some camera equipment. A partial helicopter tail rotor is also visible, as the film set in question includes a "crashed" helicopter. Out of frame are various film set staff, security, and equipment.

Mapping guidelines

A great set of general mapping guidelines are to map things that:

  • are verifiable,
  • are permanent,
  • and are significant.

Since the film set will only be in place for a few hours, this information isn't "permanent" enough for me to include it in OpenStreetMap.

Happy Mapping!

Credits

Photos © 2015 R.Weait

OpenStreetMap® is a registered trade mark of the OpenStreetMap Foundation.

Notes

1 - "Minding my own business" may include, improving data in OpenStreetMap, assisting lost tourists, enjoying ice cream on a summery day.

by rweait at May 24, 2015 07:19 PM

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

Cleanup of incorrectly used noexit=* Tags on #OpenStreetMap with #Osmose

After reading a diary entry about noexit=* Tags a few days ago I check out my area and...

Alt text

I started to clean up my area using Osmose (which recently became available in Germany and really is an awesome QA tool!) and it's slowly getting better - have to wait for Osmose to update what I already fixed.

Many people seem to put it on ways, which is bad for routing as I found out when fixing some stuff for leitstellenspiel.de. Many tags also just seem to be very old and somehow just ended up in the wrong places by splitting streets and others are there even thought there is a foot way at the end of the road.


Use the noexit=yes tag only on the very last node Node at the end of a highway=* or on the last way Way to indicate when doubtful that the impossibility to travel further by any transport mode is perfectly normal, due to otherwise existing road layout. * http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:noexit


Fix the issues in your areas with Osmose!

by AndiG88 at May 24, 2015 06:40 PM

El "sobreruedas"

Aquí encontramos puestos ambulantes de todo tipo de mercancias, sobre todo mercancia usada. Yo voy al sobreruedas a comprar celulares para reparar y frutas (manzanas y naranjas). No trabajo así que siempre estoy buscando temas nuevos para aprender.

by Angelica Mora at May 24, 2015 05:45 PM

Отображение GPS трека на карте для себя и других.

Отображение GPS трека на карте.

Все эти сервисы не требуют регистрации и отображают трек, доступный в интернете по прямой ссылке на файл, т.е. вы должны залить свой трек на сервис хранения, дающий прямую ссылку на файл, а затем использовать эту ссылку на приведённых выше сервисах отображения треков.

Более того эти сервисы позволяют вам поделиться ссылкой на отображаемую карту с друзьями, на форумах, в социальных сетях.

PS Одно не понятно, почему до сих пор нет подобного сервиса на http://openstreetmap.ru
Очень бы хотелось видеть трек поверх снимков Bing.

by Elkim at May 24, 2015 12:47 PM

Пичаевский район

Открыта работа по созданию карты. 1. Созданы улица 2. Созданы Муниципальные обьекты

by Nemo082 at May 24, 2015 08:48 AM

May 23, 2015

"OpenStreetMap.org User's Diaries"

LIST: Vienna Buslines, with p_t-scheme and overpass-api-Compatibility

Last Update: 27th May 16:45

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Now I have to once again go through all the lines, andmark the individual stations as stops with all lines ... In a few lines, there are bus stops in the middle of the street ...

2: Regional Bus lines

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by emergency99 at May 23, 2015 11:59 PM

LISTE: Wiener Buslinien, mit p_t-Schema und overpass-api-Kompatibilität

Letztes Update: 27. Mai 16:45

1: 1A-99B

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Nun muss ich noch einmal alle Linien durchgehen, und bei ALLEN Linien die einzelnen Stationen als Haltestellen markieren... Bei ein paar Linien gibt es noch Bushaltestellen in der Mitte der Straße...

2: Regionalbuslinien

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by emergency99 at May 23, 2015 11:58 PM

Update: JOSM helps

[EN]: I just discovered how to adjust the bus lines for Overpass with Josm! The relations (stations) must be in the correct order. Then everything works. With the knowledge I will (after I adjusted the individual stations of the lines to the new schema) customize all lines (1A-99B) for Overpass. If there is still time I will also adjust the lines 106, 124, 125. The line 50B I will draw about 2 weeks prior to 1.7 to the then valid, new route, and the line 150 will be renamed in 50A. The line 49E I will also put onto the map, and will delete it again at the end of the rail replacement bus service... Also the "Bäderbus" Gänsehäufel is now in the system ...

by emergency99 at May 23, 2015 03:21 PM

Update: JOSM hilft

[DE]: Ich habe gerade entdeckt, wie man mit Josm die Buslinien für Overpass anpassen kann! Die Relationen (Stationen) müssen in der Richtigen Reihenfolge sein. Dann klappt alles. Mit dem Wissen werde ich (nachdem ich die einzelnen Stationen der Linien an das neue Schema angepasst habe) alle Linien (1A-99B) für Overpass anpassen. Wenn dann noch zeit ist kommen 106, 124, 125 dran. Die Linie 50B werde ich etwa 2 Wochen vor dem 1.7 nach der, dann gültigen, neuen Streckenführung einzeichnen, und die Linie 150 in 50A umbenennen. Auch die Linie 49E werde ich eingeben, und am Ende des SEV wieder (zeitnah) löschen... Auch ist der Bäderbus Gänsehäufel jetzt im System...

LG Robin

by emergency99 at May 23, 2015 03:20 PM

Thoughts on the import of address nodes in JOSM using MassGIS L3 Parcel data to aid in adding addresses to buildings in MA

Background

One major downside to fully using Open Street Map as a complete alternative to other map services (at least in the US) is the lack of address data. I strongly believe this is tied to the slow tedious process of adding addresses. I myself have spent many hours adding addresses a variety of methods beginning with driving by with a dash camera in my car and reviewing video feeds later. I then discovered the massGIS L3 parcel data overlay in JOSM and began

  • Selecting all buildings in a town adding city, state, postcode to them
  • Selecting the houses on a street , adding the street
  • Going through the street to add the housenumbers
  • And repeat for other streets uploading changes at the end of the day
  • When I was done for each town, I would remove the city, state, and postcode from buildings that had no housenumber associated with them (I.E. garages or sheds on peoples properties that got captured in the first step).

While this last method was considerably faster, I still thought at a minimum there must be a way to add all these addresses to OSM as individual address nodes. After some research and a preliminary testing I was able to create a few scripts to convert the data into an osm file that could be opened with JOSM.

[UPDATE] As I was rightfully pointed to the import guidelines wiki, I am rewording this post as a proposed method and proof of concept to gather general thoughts before implementing.

High level overview

This section lists the high level overview of the process I would like to gather thoughts on. For more details see below

  • Download the scripts L3ToOSM scripts
  • Download MassGIS ESRI shapefile for the town
  • Export shapefile database to csv
  • Run script to convert to OSM importable file
  • Import into JOSM for editing and merge address data with buildings
  • Remove temprary address nodes
  • Uploading to OSM
  • Validation and error checking

Detailed Steps

Below are detailed steps describing the process for importing address nodes into JOSM that I would like to gather thoughts on.

Download the scripts L3ToOSM scripts

Head over to my github project to download the project and read the README for software dependencies. [UPDATE] Perhaps an OSM file containing the address data as nodes could be provided instead for aiding in address additions for local folks. This would allow for skipping down to the import into JOSM step.

Download MassGIS ESRI shapefile for the town

  • Download L3 parcel data from the MassGIS website - the zip file to download is under the ESRI Shapefiles column named something like L3_SHP_MXXX_.zip
  • Unzip the file to a temporary location on your computer.

Export shapefile database to csv

  • With Libre Office Calc (or Microsoft Excel - untested) open the unzipped directory and look for a file named MXXXAssess.dbf (Should be the largest filesize)
  • A popup will ask what character set to use - i selected the first one Western Europe (DOS/OS2-850/International) though you can select Unicode(UTF-8) as well.
  • Delete the columns so you are left with state_plane(LOC_ID),Housenumber(Addr_Num),street,city,zipcode
  • Click file -> save as
  • Choose a directory to save the csv file (it may be best to use the same directory the scripts are in)
  • Make sure to select the Text CSV (.csv) file format
  • Click save -> In Libre Office you may get a warning asking if you want to use ODF format, just click "Use text CSV Format"
  • IMPORTANT: In the "Export Text File" box, make sure to change the "Field delimiter" to a colon ":" and click ok to save it.

Run script to convert to OSM importable file

  • Open a terminal and cd into the directory where your script and csv file is saved.
  • run the script with the following arguments: l3ToOSM.sh "" Where STRING_TO_SEARCH is captured in quotes and is data that will be added to a note for each address to be used for deleting address nodes after they have been merged with buildings. This is to prevent duplication of data and it is better to have address data tagged with a building than floating around as a single node. Make sure this is unique (ex: xunilOSMassAddressUploadDeleteMe) NOTE: For now this script only works for Massachusetts L3 Parcel data and in the mainland, not the islands like Marthas Vineyard etc.. For more information read about the State Plane Coordinate System specifically the state plane zones.
  • The script is very fast and should complete within a second or less. Please note that the street data in the L3 database shortens the names. Ex Road would be RD and Street would be ST. I have added logic into the script to handle this, however it may be possible that I could have missed an abbreviation or two. See the below section on Validation and error checking on how to handle this.

Import into JOSM for editing

  • The script should have created a new file named MXXXAssess.csv.osm. This file will contain all the address nodes from the L3 parcel database file.
  • Download a section of the town from OSM
  • Open JOSM and click File -> Open
  • Select the file and click open
  • You should now see all the address nodes for the town in question.
  • Click on the address layer and make it the visible layer
  • Select the address nodes that correspond to the section of town you downloaded from OSM
  • Press CTRL+Shift+M to merge the selection to Layer1 or whatever layer contains the OSM downloaded data.
  • Add the L3 parcel data as a background as this makes it easier to tell what buildings to merge the address nodes with
  • Optional: Add a filter to hide any buldings that have addresses associated with them. I use "addr:housenumber"=* building=yes
  • Select an address node and press CTRL+C to copy the node
  • Select a building to merge the address data with and press CTRL+Shift+V to merge the two
  • Repeat the last two steps until done for the day and ready to upload
  • I occasionally check the address data to make sure it is in line with the L3 parcel background data and street names as good habbit.

Uploading to OSM

  • Prior to uploading to OSM it is very important to remove the address nodes to prevent them from being duplicated on the map
  • IMPORTANT: If you created a filter to hide building with addresses, temporarily deactivate it
  • Click edit -> search
  • In the search field look for type:node note="xunilOS ImportAddrPleaseDeleteMe" Where note="" is what you eneterd in the STRING_TO_SEARCH argument.
  • Verify only the address nodes are selected and press delete.
  • Click edit -> search again to remove the note field that was also merged with all the buildings you added address data to.
  • In the searchfield enter note="xunilOS ImportAddrPleaseDeleteMe" Where note="" is what you eneterd in the STRING_TO_SEARCH argument.
  • In the properties window on the right select the note property and delete all the notes containing the STRING_TO_SEARCH argument.
  • Finally upload the addresses and resolve any errors that the validator may find.

Validation and error checking

After uploading to OSM, it is important to review the work to see if address data could be incorrect in case it was not caught prior to uploading to OSM. Ex a street name was not found etc.. The OSM inspector website is a great tool for such a task.

  • Go to OSMInspector and click addresses under the view dropdown.
  • Zoom to the town you would have been working on and resolve any errors that can be found. Typically this may include a misspelled street name etc..

I appreciate any comments or concerns.

by xunilOS at May 23, 2015 02:59 PM

Charging stations (carto v2.30.0) *rolling tumbleweed*

As a bloody OSM newbie I quickly realized, the strength of this crowdsourced project is not (only) freely available geometries, but the database in the background. As far as I'm aware, OSM is quite influencal in the mapping business and we may take our chances for pioneering tasks.

With the last OSM carto release (v2.30.0), bicycle_parking has been finally made available for display by default on the main map. Great! But why omitting charging stations? (such as this here) Those are not even available on the cycling layer, why? This is something I really, really would love to see added sooner than later! Cities want to get rid of cars, there are lots of efforts/incentives around the world to achieve this. E-bikes are quite a thing by now - but I can imagine people fear the lack of appropriate charging stations (same applies to car charging stations).

Here in Vienna alone are around 300 charging stations available - why not show people: hey, go ahead, get your E-bike...there are plenty of charging stations around you! This wouldn't congest the map by no means, but would be really far-sighted in terms of social responsibility. At least, this should be added to the cycling layer. (I'm aware of things suchs as Overpass API for creating own specialized maps...but I think this might be of general interest)

However, as I'm new here, I have no idea how to address/forward such suggestions to persons in charge - but I hope this is also on the agenda for future updates!

by geoeki at May 23, 2015 10:12 AM

The power of change rests in the hands of the many

I made this viz. It really made me think about the amount of influence the casual editor has in OSM. Sometimes I feel bad that I don't have as much time as I'd like to have to contribute.

https://public.tableau.com/profile/arielle.ari.simmons6630#!/vizhome/NepalEarthquakeAstudyofOSMvolunteerimpacts/StoryThelongtailofOSMvolunteering

However, after seeing this, I know all contributions are valued - no matter how small and no matter how occasional.

Keep it up community.

by arisphinx at May 23, 2015 02:32 AM

Melbourne tram stop project 23 May 2015 update

I have been making some good progress to date in my tram stop tagging adventure. Three tram routes have been completed (109, 48 and 16) and a fourth (72) has been started.

Doing the route 16 (Kew - Melbourne University) was an interesting experience. Despite living relatively near the Kew terminus, I had never taken the tram down towards St Kilda. I was surprised when adding stop tags at its convoluted (and incredibly long) route.

This strange route is a relic of history. The present-day route 16 is an amalgamation of two old tram routes: the old route 16 and route 69. The 69 ran from the present Kew terminus to Luna Park in St Kilda, while the old route 16 ran from Melbourne University to St Kilda Junction (Acland St) via St Kilda Road.

In any case, I managed to cover all stops along the route, although again I was surprised at some of the errors and omissions along the route. Some stops, even in the middle of the CBD, were missing from the map entirely (e.g. the Swanston/Bourke stops), while some were just in the wrong place (e.g. Havelock St, St Kilda).

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by takerlamar at May 23, 2015 02:02 AM