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Monday, 04. February 2019

OpenStreetMap Belgium

OpenStreetMap Arlon meetup

Rencontre des contributeurs OpenStreetMap du pays d’Arlon et d’ailleurs. Tout le monde intéressé par OSM est le bienvenu, du parfait débutant au cartographe expérimenté. N’hésitez pas à venir si vous êtes juste intrigué par le projet OpenStreetMap et la cartographie participative.

Rencontre des contributeurs OpenStreetMap du pays d’Arlon et d’ailleurs. Tout le monde intéressé par OSM est le bienvenu, du parfait débutant au cartographe expérimenté. N’hésitez pas à venir si vous êtes juste intrigué par le projet OpenStreetMap et la cartographie participative.

Quelques sujets sur la table:

  • Nos chantiers OSM dans la région
  • Retour sur les ateliers OpenStreetMap à l’EPN d’Arlon
  • OSM et tourisme

OpenStreetMap Arlon meetup

Rencontre des contributeurs OpenStreetMap du pays d’Arlon et d’ailleurs. Tout le monde intéressé par OSM est le bienvenu, du parfait débutant au cartographe expérimenté. N’hésitez pas à venir si vous êtes juste intrigué par le projet OpenStreetMap et la cartographie participative.

Rencontre des contributeurs OpenStreetMap du pays d’Arlon et d’ailleurs. Tout le monde intéressé par OSM est le bienvenu, du parfait débutant au cartographe expérimenté. N’hésitez pas à venir si vous êtes juste intrigué par le projet OpenStreetMap et la cartographie participative.

Quelques sujets sur la table:

  • Nos chantiers OSM dans la région
  • Retour sur les ateliers OpenStreetMap à l’EPN d’Arlon
  • OSM et tourisme

Tuesday, 15. January 2019

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Michael King Cathedral City Cannabis

Michael King is the Owner/CEO of Kings Garden Royal Deliveries, a Recreational Cannabis Delivery service in Palm Springs, CA. King is also an experienced professional with extensive experience in finance, private equity, real estate, consulting. Michael King, after receiving his BBA in Finance from Pace University, began his career on Wall Street at WorldCo, one of the top New York equity tradin

Michael King is the Owner/CEO of Kings Garden Royal Deliveries, a Recreational Cannabis Delivery service in Palm Springs, CA. King is also an experienced professional with extensive experience in finance, private equity, real estate, consulting. Michael King, after receiving his BBA in Finance from Pace University, began his career on Wall Street at WorldCo, one of the top New York equity trading firms. Michael was recruited by iCap Trading, where he flourished as an Equity Trader, overseeing a team of 24 traders and $200+ million of the firm’s capital, making Partner prior to the sale in 2004.He then transitioned to real estate after assessing an emerging demand in South Florida, where he formed relationships with the backers behind Dezer Owners & Developers, The Trump Organization, and Related Group. Working in tandem with these Developers, Michael assisted in the launch of multiple high-profile luxury developments throughout Miami Beach and by the late 2000s, he had established himself as one of the top realtors and investment advisors in South Florida. From 2004 to 2009 Michael became a pivotal component of new construction launches in most major Florida markets. By the end of 2009 Michael had represented clients in real estate transactions valued at over $300 million and had parlayed his success as a realtor into private equity where he helped facilitate private transactions for big-name clients. Concurrently, Michael received his Masters degree in Criminal Justice from Kaplan University in 2010. In late 2010 Michael became interested in the nascent medical cannabis industry and correctly predicted that the acceptance of Medical Cannabis market would expand. This interest gave way to refocusing of his energy to establish a foothold in the industry and using his knowledge of finance, private equity, and real estate, he entered the California market, quickly establishing himself as an industry expert. In 2014, Michael King entered a business relationship with his partners and they devised a strategy to establish themselves as the leaders in the burgeoning Southern California cannabis industry. They formed Kings Garden, their operations company, structured to operate both cultivation, retail, and manufacturing facilities with the intent of growing Kings Garden into a leading, vertically integrated cannabis cultivation and distribution company. Together the team established approximately 250,000+ sft of profitable cultivation and manufacturing facilities. The company has recently merged all of its affiliated companies into the Kings Garden structure, thereby achieving their initial business objective. In 2015, Kings Garden launched another arm of its operations specializing as a cannabis-consulting firm providing finance, permitting, construction, retail, cultivation, and manufacturing expertise to companies wishing to enter the cannabis space. Since its inception, Michael and his team have consulted on over one and a half million square feet of operations (commercial cultivation, manufacturing, retail and distribution) and helped oversee construction and operations on over five hundred thousand square feet.


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Website - http://www.desiredbeauty.com/

Address - 2080 Century Park E #607, Los Angeles, CA 90067


January 15

Tracing settlement features of Banguingui in southwestern Philippines. These houses are on stilts, so it would be interesting to use tags that denote that the area is both residential and above water. Also, I noticed that one could use the tag "bridge=boardwalk" for the main paths that connect the houses. Maybe, it's possible to elevate such features in the hierarchy of thoroughfar

Tracing settlement features of Banguingui in southwestern Philippines. These houses are on stilts, so it would be interesting to use tags that denote that the area is both residential and above water. Also, I noticed that one could use the tag "bridge=boardwalk" for the main paths that connect the houses. Maybe, it's possible to elevate such features in the hierarchy of thoroughfares in OSM?


Mapping Lesson - January 15, 2019

We learned today about how to know how many thing like this and that in this place using a website overpass turbo. Just for example of how many hospital are in this place and get to know of how many buildings that are levels are atleast 10. At first I think it was so easy but for a beginner its hard. I am an IT student but we havent encounter that part of code so it was a bit hard.

We learned today about how to know how many thing like this and that in this place using a website overpass turbo. Just for example of how many hospital are in this place and get to know of how many buildings that are levels are atleast 10. At first I think it was so easy but for a beginner its hard. I am an IT student but we havent encounter that part of code so it was a bit hard. Because of one of our classmates got some ideas it help us a lot. And then we try to learn it our own a little by little until we get to learn the point of our session lesson. And then we also try to learn about umap but because of a ip connection problem we didnt get a chance to learn it. So we just study the basic part of like the menu bar and the basic things on that. And thats our mapping session end because of our professor is needed somewhere else. That`s all THANK YOU! :D My Picture


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Monday, 14. January 2019

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

10 ans

bientôt 10 ans que je participe à ce projet dans la limite de mes moyens. Bonne dose de lignes moyenne tension dans le nord du Cantal où j'habite maintenant. Opendata chez RTE, opendata chez Enedis, Opendata à l'Arcep. c'est cool aujourd'hui

bientôt 10 ans que je participe à ce projet dans la limite de mes moyens. Bonne dose de lignes moyenne tension dans le nord du Cantal où j'habite maintenant. Opendata chez RTE, opendata chez Enedis, Opendata à l'Arcep. c'est cool aujourd'hui


Hartmut Holzgraefe

Upgraded to Bootstrap 4

The site has been upgrated to use Bootstrap v4 instead of v3, which allows for a few HTML simplifications and visual improvements. Look and feel shouldn’t have changed too much, the most notable change for now being that the UI language and map locale dropdowns now also show country flags for easier orientation.

The site has been upgrated to use Bootstrap v4 instead of v3, which allows for a few HTML simplifications and visual improvements.

Look and feel shouldn’t have changed too much, the most notable change for now being that the UI language and map locale dropdowns now also show country flags for easier orientation.

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OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Januar 12, 13, 14

I've been reading and writing about how research on data quality about OSM can be done. What I found so far is that there so many ways to measure data quality because of various goals, expectations, values, and contexts that we the users have when we interact with OSM tech.

Here's my latest research question: at what point does OSM become useful, for whom, why, and under which co

I've been reading and writing about how research on data quality about OSM can be done. What I found so far is that there so many ways to measure data quality because of various goals, expectations, values, and contexts that we the users have when we interact with OSM tech.

Here's my latest research question: at what point does OSM become useful, for whom, why, and under which conditions?

Sunday, 13. January 2019

OpenStreetMap.de

Wochennotiz Nr. 442

01.01.2019-07.01.2019 JOSM Plugin for landuse overlap 1 | © KiaaTiX, JOSM © Map data OpenStreetMap contributors Mapping “A fool with a tool…” (…is still a fool.) ist wahrscheinlich nicht die richtige Betreffzeile, wenn man ein Problem auf einer internationalen Mailingliste … Weiterlesen →

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Mapping

  • A fool with a tool…” (…is still a fool.) ist wahrscheinlich nicht die richtige Betreffzeile, wenn man ein Problem auf einer internationalen Mailingliste ansprechen möchte, auch wenn man an einem Objekt Tags findet, die etwas übers Ziel hinauszuschießen scheinen: service:vehicle:Transmission_Repair=yes, service:vehicle:air_conditioning=yes, service:vehicle:batteries=yes, service:vehicle:body_repair=yes, service:vehicle:brakes=yes, service:vehicle:car_parts=yes, service:vehicle:car_repair=yes, service:vehicle:diagnostics=yes, service:vehicle:electrical=yes, service:vehicle:glass=yes, service:vehicle:inspection=yes, service:vehicle:motor=yes, service:vehicle:motorbike=yes, service:vehicle:muffler=yes, service:vehicle:oil_change=yes, service:vehicle:repairs=yes, service:vehicle:tires=yes, service:vehicle:truck_repair=yes, service:vehicle:tyres=yes, service:vehicle:wheels=yes.
  • Umstrittene Grenzen sind ein heikles Thema, ein Vorschlag, wie man diese abbilden kann ebenso. John Paris kündigte die Version 1.6. seines Proposals zum Mappen von strittigen Grenzen an und bittet um Feedback.
  • Konrad Lischka schlägt vor, das Tag amenity=kindergarten durch operator=, operator:type=charitable und organisation= zu erweitern, um Kindergärten, die als unabhängige, gemeinnützige Einrichtungen betrieben werden, ordnungsgemäß zu kennzeichnen. ( Nabble )
  • Nach der kürzlich erfolgten Annahme des neuen Schlüssel interval= zur Kennzeichnung der Zeit zwischen den Abfahrten an einer bestimmten Haltestelle, fährt Leif Rasmussen fort und schlägt den Schlüssel departures= vor, der die Zeit eines gegebenen Abfahrtszeitintervalls anzeigen soll.
  • Kennst Du den Namen „Warschauer Allee“ für die A2 oder „Ammerseeautobahn“ für die A96 oder „Autobahn der Freiheit“ für die A12 oder sicher die “Diplomatenrennbahn” der A555? Nein? Vielleicht „Berliner Ring“, „Stadtautobahn“ oder „Avus“? Um dies und andere kuriose Autobahnnamen, die Verbreitung und Nutzung der Namen und um die Erfassung dieser Namen bei OSM geht es in einem Thread im deutschen Forum.
  • Minh Nguyen berichtet von Oldenburg (Indiana, USA), einem Ort mit deutschen Straßenschildern.(automatische Übersetzung)
  • In einigen Ländern wird die Zahl 13 als Unglückszahl angesehen. In diesen Ländern wird in mehrstöckigen Gebäuden oft die 13. Etage weggelassen. Der Mapper ‘This Is A Display Name Desu’ fragt, wie man damit umgeht, wenn man die Stockwerke von Gebäuden erfasst.

Community

  • Ein Vertreter der thailändischen Mappergemeinde wird sich mit dem Mapping-Chef von Grab treffen, um die von Grab verursachten aktuellen Qualitätsprobleme zu besprechen. Mishari Muqbil hilft bei der Vorbereitung des Treffens und bittet um Hilfe der Community bei den Themen, die während des Treffens behandelt werden sollten.
  • “Was nützt OpenStreetMap?”, wurde John Whelan von einem Mitarbeiter einer Stadtverwaltung gefragt. Was hättest du ihm geantwortet und wo findet man weitere Informationen? Die Antworten auf seine Frage könnten auch dir helfen. ( Nabble )
  • Die Interpretation der Bevölkerungsgrenzen im OSM-Wiki zur Auswahl des richtigen Wertes für ein place=-Tag führte zu einem Streit zwischen Mappern in Turkmenistan. Das Problem ist, dass sich die Bedeutung einer Siedlung in einigen Ländern nicht in gleicher Weise in der Bevölkerungszahl widerspiegelt wie beispielsweise in Westeuropa. Joseph Eisenberg schrieb eine gute Zusammenfassung, wie man zwischen den Werten für den Place-Tag unterscheiden kann, ohne harte Bevölkerungsgrenzen zu verwenden. Kevin Kenny berichtete über eine ähnliche Diskussion in den USA und verweist auf das Ergebnis. ( Nabble )
  • David Garcia, ein Kartograph, veröffentlichte einen Artikel auf medium.com, warum er sich der gemeinnützigen Kartographie verschrieben hat. Wie er in dem Artikel darlegt, war sein Wendepunkt sein humanitärer Beitrag zu OSM nach dem verheerenden Wirbelsturm Haiyan.

OpenStreetMap Foundation

  • Wir möchten uns dem Dank des OSM Operations Team anschließen: “Thank you to @AssoGrifon 🇫🇷 and @iwayAG 🇨🇭 for offering us Tile CDN servers today. Both now up & already serving traffic.”
  • Die Firma Alpha9 Marketing GmbH & Co. KG, einigen bekannt als auskunft.de, ist jetzt Bronzemitglied der OpenStreetMap Foundation, wie die Firma in einer Pressemitteilung bekannt gab.

Veranstaltungen

  • OSM wird wieder auf den Chemnitzer Linux-Tagen am 16. und 17. März 2019 mit einem Stand vertreten sein.
  • Die 4. GeoPython-Konferenz findet vom 24. bis 26. Juni 2019 in Basel/Muttenz, Schweiz, statt. Die Themen reichen von Python im Allgemeinen über Geodienste im Web und Geovisualisierung bis hin zu Indoor-Mapping und Modellierung.
  • Das nächste Karlsruhe Hack Weekend findet bei der Geofabrik am 23.-24. Februar statt. Bitte tragt euch ein, wenn ihr kommen wollt.
  • In Ulm wird vom 22.02. bis 24.02.2019 ein von Wikimedia Deutschland geförderter Wikidata-Workshop für Programmierer stattfinden. Wikidata findet man nicht nur als ominöse Q-Nummer im Values des wikidata-Keys, sondern auch hinter den Kulissen des OSM Wikis.

Ausbildung/Schulung

  • Yongyang Xu, Zhong Xie und Liang Wu von der Fakultät für Informationstechnik der China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China, haben das Straßennetz in OSM analysiert und festgestellt, dass die Daten über OSM sehr detailliert und komplex sind, aber auch viele doppelte Linien enthalten, die die Effizienz beeinträchtigen und die Schwierigkeit erhöhen, mehrspurige Straßen zu extrahieren. Das Team schlug einen maschinenlernorientierten Ansatz für die Vorhersage von mehrspurigen Straßen vor. Leider liegt die Studie hinter einer Paywall, so dass nicht bestätigt werden konnte, ob das Forschungsgebiet tatsächlich viele doppelte Straßen hat oder ob es sich um ein Missverständnis über das Datenmodell von OSM handelt.

Karten

  • Scott Davies veröffentlichte eine schön gestaltete Chronological Map of Walthamstow auf Twitter, die er mit QGIS und Inkscape aus OSM-Daten erstellt hat.
  • Paul Norman bietet vorgerenderte OSM-Carto Tiles in niedrigen Zoomstufen zum Download an. Die Dateien, die für die Zoomstufen 0 bis 6, 8, 9 oder 10 verfügbar sind, könnten bespielsweise dann nützlich sein, wenn man eine Weltkarte ohne hohe Zoomstufen benötigt und keinen Datenbankserver einrichten möchte.
  • Juminet hat (fr) eine OSM-Karte der Ardennen erstellt. In einem Blogbeitrag beschreibt er eine clevere Methode, um die Orientierung für Marker zu bestimmen, und zeigt, welche besondere Aufmerksamkeit seine Karte Weihnachtsbäumen schenkt.
  • OpenSnowMap weist (fr) darauf hin, dass eine Reihe von Langlaufloipen im Jura Gebirge noch nicht in OSM vorhanden sind.

Programme

  • [1] User KiaaTiX aus den Niederlanden hat ein JOSM-Plugin namens PolygonCutOut geschrieben und im Forum vorgestellt (nl), das Areas aus anderen Areas ausschneiden kann. (automatische Übersetzung)

Releases

  • Die Version 2.12.2 des Editors iD wurde kürzlich freigegeben. Die neue Version erlaubt es einem Preset, das Dropdown-Menü “add field” zu steuern, verbessert die Benutzerfreundlichkeit und Performance, behebt viele Fehler, ergänzt eine Lokalisierung der Labels / Beschreibungen, die von Wikidata bezogen werden, und verbessert die Presets weiter.

Kennst du schon …

  • get-map.org, einem Online-Tool, um druckbare Karten zu erzeugen?
  • … wie man eine eigene Instanz von uMap betreiben kann? Ein Benutzer fragte im Forum und wurde auf eine Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung hingewiesen.
  • …, dass die österreichische Gebäudeabdeckung in OSM 85 Prozent erreichte, im Vergleich zu basemap.at. Das ist eine Steigerung von 21% gegenüber dem Jahresbeginn 2016. Selbst die schlechtesten erfassten Gemeinden überschreiten 53%.
  • … den Tile Calculator der Geofabrik, der die Anzahl und Größe der Tiles in einer vorgegebenen Bounding Box ermittelt.

Weitere Themen mit Geo-Bezug

  • Die Theorie, dass die Geographie eines Landes seine Entwicklung bestimmt, ist nicht neu. Lionel Page ist jedoch anderer Meinung und verweist auf eine Straßenkarte des Grenzgebiets zwischen den Nachbarländern Finnland und Russland, die deutliche Unterschiede zeigt, obwohl sie geografisch sehr nahe beieinander liegen. Die Kritik, dass ein Gegenbeispiel eine Theorie nicht falsifiziert, wurde von Lionel mit der Nennung der ähnlichen Beispiele Nord-/Südkorea, Österreich und Tschechien, USA und Mexiko beantwortet.
  • Frost & Sullivan, ein globales Beratungsunternehmen mit Sitz in Mountain View, Kalifornien, hat Mapbox’ Mapping and Live Location Platform als Plattform des Jahres 2019 ausgezeichnet.
  • Landschaftsmaler erstellen nach wie vor Panoramakarten für Skigebiete händisch und müssen dabei auch abgewandte Talseiten darstellen.
  • Das Unternehmen Here, früher bekannt als Navteq und Nokia Maps, veröffentlichte eine App für die Planung und gemeinsame Nutzung von Fahrten namens SoMo, abgeleitet von „Social Mobility“. Die App soll alle Angebote des öffentlichen, privaten und persönlichen Verkehrs unter einem Dach vereinen und ergänzt diese um Vermittlungen von Fahrten zwischen persönlichen Kontakten.

Wochenvorschau

Wo Was Wann Land
Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2019-01-10 germany
Berlin 127. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2019-01-10 germany
Nantes Réunion mensuelle 2019-01-10 france
Zurich OSM Stammtisch Zurich 2019-01-11 switzerland
Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2019-01-14 france
Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2019-01-16 france
Karlsruhe Stammtisch 2019-01-16 germany
Salzburg Maptime – Stammtisch 2019-01-16 austria
Mumble OpenStreetMap Foundation public board meeting 2019-01-17 everywhere
Freiberg Stammtisch Freiberg 2019-01-17 germany
Leoben Stammtisch Obersteiermark 2019-01-17 austria
Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2019-01-22 germany
Köln Köln Stammtisch 2019-01-23 germany
Lübeck Lübecker Mappertreffen 2019-01-24 germany
Mannheim Mannheimer Mapathons e.V. 2019-01-24 germany
Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2019-01-28 germany
Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2019-02-06 france
Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2019-02-06 germany
Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2019-02-07 germany
Berlin 128. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2019-02-08 germany
Ulm ÖPNV-Mapathon Ulm 2019-02-09 germany
Dresden FOSSGIS 2019 2019-03-13-2019-03-16 germany
Montpellier State of the Map France 2019 2019-06-14-2019-06-16 france
Heidelberg HOT Summit 2019 2019-09-19-2019-09-20 germany
Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23 germany

Hinweis:
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Diese Wochennotiz wurde erstellt von Map-Peter, Polyglot, Rogehm, SK53, SunCobalt, bjoern_m, derFred, geologist.


OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Porady w j. polskim

Category:Pl:Porady wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Category:Pl:Porady


New bus loops for the University of British Columbia (UBC)

East of Vancouver, BC is the University of British Columbia (UBC). The local transit agency TransLink serves UBC as part of the Metro Vancouver area and is expanding its bus routes.

Two fairly new bus loops can be found at UBC. The university currently has three bus loops. The bus loop in the north is the oldest, and two new ones have been built south of its location. Furthermore, a tran

East of Vancouver, BC is the University of British Columbia (UBC). The local transit agency TransLink serves UBC as part of the Metro Vancouver area and is expanding its bus routes.

Two fairly new bus loops can be found at UBC. The university currently has three bus loops. The bus loop in the north is the oldest, and two new ones have been built south of its location. Furthermore, a transit exchange is under construction. This new transit exchange will be located on ground level underneath student housing between the bus loops in the north and in the centre. The area has seen a lot of construction lately, with more buildings still being build.

To find the area, search for "UBC Aquatic Centre". The aquatic centre is already finished and surrounded with construction sites.

As there are a lot of new buildings and infrastructure being build, OpenStreetMap should get updated to reflect the changes. At the beginning of 2019 I updated the positions and bus stop numbers (mapped using Key:ref) and bay numbers (mapped using Key:local_ref) of bus stops in the three bus loops. Improvements can be made to the bus routes which get mapped as relations. A bus route references and ordered list of stop positions and bus stops, followed by all streets the bus drives on. The mapping process is described in detail on the wiki page for public transport. At UBC these relations are outdated. The bus stops of most routes have been moved by TransLink as new streets became available.

Please consider updating those routes, if you are familiar with the buses. The wiki is a great place to learn about the correct mapping of route relations. If you want to help, but don’t feel comfortable editing the bus routes yet, consider updating buildings at UBC by adding names, addresses and public amenities. To learn about mapping bus stops and bus routes, send me a message or come to our monthly meetup in Burnaby.


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weeklyOSM 442

01/01/2019-07/01/2019 JOSM Plugin for landuse overlap 1 | © KiaaTiX, JOSM © Map data OpenStreetMap contributors Mapping “A fool with a tool…” (… is still a fool) is probably not the right subject line if you want to address an issue on an international mailing list, even if you encounter an OSM element where name […]

01/01/2019-07/01/2019

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Mapping

  • A fool with a tool…” (… is still a fool) is probably not the right subject line if you want to address an issue on an international mailing list, even if you encounter an OSM element where name spacing is taken to an extreme level:
  • Disputed boundaries are a sensitive issue, and so are proposals as to how to map them. John Paris announced version 1.6 of his proposal for mapping disputed boundaries in OSM and requests feedback.
  • Konrad Lischka suggested extending the tag amenity=kindergarten with operator=, operator:type=charitable and organisation= to properly tag kindergartens that are operated as independent charitable entities.
  • Following the recent approval of the new key interval= for tagging the time between departures at any given stop (see Headway on Wikipedia), Leif Rasmussen continues with the next step and suggests the key departures= for adding the departure time for a given interval.
  • Minh Nguyen reports about his mapping of Oldenburg (Indiana), a city where street signs are in German.
  • In some countries the number 13 is considered as unlucky. In these countries the 13th floor is often omitted in multi-level buildings. The mapper ‘This Is A Display Name Desu’ asks how to deal with it when mapping building levels.

Community

  • A community representative from the Thai community will meet with the mapping lead from Grab to discuss recent quality issues caused by Grab’s activity. Mishari Muqbil is helping to prepare for the meeting and asks for input from the wider community on what topics should be addressed during the meeting.
  • “What use is OpenStreetMap?” John Whelan was asked by an employee of a municipal government. How would you have responded and where would you refer them to find further information? The answers to his question might help you too.
  • The interpretation of population limits in the OSM wiki for choosing the correct value for a place= tag led to a dispute between mappers in Turkmenistan. The issue is that the importance of a settlement in some countries is not reflected in the same way by the population number as it is in Western Europe for example. Joseph Eisenberg wrote a good summary of how to distinguish between the place-values without using hard population limits. Kevin Kenny reports on a similar discussion in the US and points to the outcome.
  • David Garcia, a cartographer, wrote an article on medium.com about why he is committed to the commons of cartography. As he lays out in the article, his turning point was his humanitarian contribution to OSM after the devastating cyclone Haiyan.

OpenStreetMap Foundation

  • We want to repeat a tweet from the OSM Operations Team: “Thank you to @AssoGrifon 🇫🇷 and @iwayAG 🇨🇭 for offering us Tile CDN servers today. Both now up & already serving traffic.”
  • The German company Alpha9 Marketing Gmbh Co KG with its brand auskunft.de joined the OpenStreetMap Foundation as a Bronze Corporate Member.

Events

  • The 4th GeoPython Conference will take place on June 24-26, 2019 in Basel/Muttenz, Switzerland. The topics range from Python in general, geospatial webservices and geovisualisation to indoor mapping and modelling

Education

  • Yongyang Xu, Zhong Xie and Liang Wu from the Faculty of Information Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China, have analysed the road network in OSM and found out that the data in OSM is highly detailed and complex but also includes many duplicate lines which degrade the efficiency and increase the difficulty of extracting multilane roads. The team suggested a machine‐learning‐based approach to predicted multilane roads. Unfortunately the study is behind a paywall, hence, it could not be confirmed whether the research area has indeed many duplicate roads or if it is a misconception about OSM’s data model.

Maps

  • Scott Davies published a nicely styled Chronological Map of Walthamstow on Twitter that he made with OSM, QGIS and inkscape.
  • Paul Norman offers pre-rendered OSM carto tiles at low zoom levels for download. The files that are available for the zoom levels 0 to 6, 8, 9 or 10 could be useful, if you need a world map without high zoom levels and don’t want to set up a database server.
  • Juminet has created (fr)(automatic translation) an OSM map of the Ardennes region. He describes a clever method to determine orientation for markers, and shows the special attention his map gives to Christmas trees.
  • An interesting study about street names in Germany won an award at the Information is Beautiful Awards.
  • OpenSnowMap points out that a number of cross-country ski trails in the Jura are yet to be mapped in OSM.

Software

Releases

  • Version 2.12.2 of the iD editor has recently been released. The new version allows a preset to control the “add field” dropdown, improves usability and performance, fixes a lot of bugs, adds localisation to label/description pulled from Wikidata, and further improves the presets.

Did you know …

  • … about get-map.org, a tool to create printable maps?
  • … how to run your own instance of uMap? A user asked in the forum and was pointed to a step-by-step guide.
  • … that Austria’s building coverage in OSM has reached 85 percent? That’s an increase of 21% compared with the beginning of 2016. Even the least-mapped municipalities exceed 50 percent coverage.
  • … Geofabrik’s tile calculator, that returns the number and size of tiles in a given bounding box.

Other “geo” things

  • The theory that the geography of a country determines its development is not new. However, Lionel Page disagrees and points to a road map of the border area between the neighbouring countries Finland and Russia, that shows significant differences although they are very close to each other geographically. To the critics that said one example does not falsify a theory, Lionel responded by naming similar examples in North/South Korea, Austria and Czechia (the Czech Republic), USA and Mexico.
  • Frost & Sullivan, a global business consulting firm headquartered in Mountain View, California, has chosen Mapbox’s mapping and live location platform as 2019 Platform of the Year.
  • The company Here, formerly known as Navteq and Nokia Maps, launched an app for planning and sharing rides called SoMo (derived from “social mobility”). The app aims to combine all public, private and personal transport offerings in a single system and adds social functions to share rides between personal contacts.

Upcoming Events

Where What When Country
Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2019-01-10 germany
Berlin 127. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2019-01-10 germany
Nantes Réunion mensuelle 2019-01-10 france
Zurich OSM Stammtisch Zurich 2019-01-11 switzerland
Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2019-01-14 france
London Missing Maps January London mid-month mapping party/working group 2019-01-15 uk
Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2019-01-16 france
Karlsruhe Stammtisch 2019-01-16 germany
Salzburg Maptime – Stammtisch 2019-01-16 austria
Mumble Creek OpenStreetMap Foundation public board meeting 2019-01-17 everywhere
Freiberg Stammtisch Freiberg 2019-01-17 germany
Leoben Stammtisch Obersteiermark 2019-01-17 austria
Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2019-01-22 germany
Nottingham Nottingham 2019-01-22 england
Cologne Köln Stammtisch 2019-01-23 germany
Lübeck Lübecker Mappertreffen 2019-01-24 germany
Mannheim Mannheimer Mapathons e.V. 2019-01-24 germany
Greater Vancouver area Metrotown mappy Hour 2019-01-25 canada
Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2019-01-28 germany
Arlon Réunion au Pays d’Arlon 2019-02-04 belgium
London Missing Maps Monthly Mapathon London 2019-02-05 uk
Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2019-02-06 france
Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2019-02-06 germany
Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2019-02-07 germany
Berlin 128. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2019-02-08 germany
Ulm ÖPNV-Mapathon Ulm 2019-02-09 germany
Dresden FOSSGIS 2019 2019-03-13-2019-03-16 germany
Montpellier State of the Map France 2019 2019-06-14-2019-06-16 france
Heidelberg HOT Summit 2019 2019-09-19-2019-09-20 germany
Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23 germany
Grand-Bassam State of the Map Africa 2019 2019-11-22-2019-11-24 ivory coast

Note: If you like to see your event here, please put it into the calendar. Only data which is there, will appear in weeklyOSM. Please check your event in our public calendar preview and correct it, where appropriate.

This weeklyOSM was produced by Polyglot, Rogehm, SK53, SunCobalt, TheSwavu, YoViajo, derFred.

Saturday, 12. January 2019

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Places in Ontario

In most places, urban settlements are governed by administrative entities (i.e. municipalities) that are roughly equivalent in extent, and share a name with the settlement. This is not true in Ontario, where many towns (and almost all villages) are part of larger municipalities, which often have different names than their principal town or village, and include vast rural hinterlands. This stat

In most places, urban settlements are governed by administrative entities (i.e. municipalities) that are roughly equivalent in extent, and share a name with the settlement. This is not true in Ontario, where many towns (and almost all villages) are part of larger municipalities, which often have different names than their principal town or village, and include vast rural hinterlands. This state of affairs is principally due to the wave of Ontario municipal amalgamations around 2000.

For example, Trenton on Lake Ontario is a town in the municipality of Quinte West, which also includes the villages of Frankford and Wooler. Almonte is in the municipality of Mississippi Mills, which also includes the villages of Appleton and Pakenham. Some municipalities have multiple, roughly equal settlements, like Norfolk County.

This state of affairs is a significant issue for mapping towns in Ontario. I believe the best solution is to map each distinct urban settlement with its commonly understood name (whether or not there is a municipality of that name), and with a tag corresponding to its size/prominence. For instance, Trenton should be a place=town, and Frankford should be place=village. Qunite West should be a administrative boundary relation, with Trenton as its admin centre. This corresponds best to local usage - businesses and people from Trenton will rarely say they are from Quinte West, but will instead say they are from Trenton. It also works well for municipalities with multiple urban settlements, since it does not require choosing which one is the "real" centre of the municipality. The alternative tagging scheme (of mapping Quinte West as a place=town and Trenton as place=suburb in pretty much the same location) does not follow local usage.

As a general principle, whether a urban settlement is a town or suburb should depend principally on how distinct it is from nearby urban settlements, and whether it is a town or city should depend on that and its population. For instance, Trenton is a urban area which is distinct enough from Belleville and nearby areas to be called a town or city, and its population suggests it should be a town. Administrative boundaries are relevant here, but they do not override everything else.

It is a mistake often made to rely too heavily on official data sources when editing OSM. Official data sources are best when adding data (like buildings), but should be used with caution when modifying data.


MapRoulette 3.1.2 released

MapRoulette 3.1.2 is now available on maproulette.org. Here's what's new!

MapRoulette is now available in Japanese

We added a Japanese translation, thanks [github.com/higa4](higa4)!

Share your Challenge list

New filters you apply filters to the challenge list to narrow down your results now become part of the URL so you can share that particular list with othe

MapRoulette 3.1.2 is now available on maproulette.org. Here's what's new!

MapRoulette is now available in Japanese

We added a Japanese translation, thanks [https://github.com/higa4](higa4)!

Share your Challenge list

New filters you apply filters to the challenge list to narrow down your results now become part of the URL so you can share that particular list with others. For example, this URL will show you all Challenges that have to do with roads in South Korea: https://maproulette.org/mr3/browse/challenges?challengeSearch=124.28833007812501%2C33.687781758439364%2C132.15454101562503%2C39.6479973237342&keywords=highway&location=withinMapBounds (there are two, and they're both very useful and fun to work on).

Edit only current object in JOSM

Some tasks happen to be in areas where a lot of unrelated OSM data exists. This can lead to long loading times in JOSM or even API errors. There is now a setting in your MapRoulette user profile that has JOSM just load the current task feature, if the task is an OSM object.

These are just some highlights. A complete list of improvements and fixes is here.


Github HowTo: Clone Repository then make a Pull Request

Most things are easy once you know all the jargon and have done it for a while. That broke down for me with Github. It seemed that everybody just assumed that everybody else already knew all the jargon, and nobody bothered to explain how to do anything step-by-step.

I cannot explain everything about git nor Github, but I've just successfully created my first git Repository on Github

Most things are easy once you know all the jargon and have done it for a while. That broke down for me with Github. It seemed that everybody just assumed that everybody else already knew all the jargon, and nobody bothered to explain how to do anything step-by-step.

I cannot explain everything about git nor Github, but I've just successfully created my first git Repository on Github by forking another repository, have cloned it to my local Desktop, made two commits & also a pull request. So, whilst everything is still reasonably fresh in my mind & I have the history available to report it all to you, here is some of what all that shit means and how to get into it if you want to do something similar.

Brief Background & Overview

Near the end of last year (2018) I tried to use Andy Allan’s OSM Promotional Leaflets to get some little giveaway-leaflets printed, and failed. It was missing some crucial items & also needed updating, so I tried, and eventually succeeded in updating it, and also made a post about that: Fonts missing from OSM Promotional Leaflets.

I've found Andy to be tremendously helpful in the past, so I was also privately in conversation with him about his Repository. He suggested that I make a Pull Request as to add links for the necessary fonts to the README file. I thought that that might be a great idea, just as soon as I could find out what a Pull Request was, and then how to do it.

Git + Github Overview

My home computer is powered by Devuan (a variant of Debian), and I have been working with various versions of Linux for the last 20 years, ever since I realised that the corporate world had decided that I was too old at 50 to be viable as an employee so decided, with essentially zero prior experience, to become a network engineer in charge of an enterprise, internet-connected computer. The enterprise + the computer were entirely owned by me, but that was fun! In part.

Linux is one practical realisation of the power of the Open Source movement (as, in another way, is OSM, and the Scientific community). One fundamental feature of Open Source software is that it is freely available to all to Fork (which means, to copy in it's entirety and to then develop it further in the way that you see fit). Of course, a better way may be to feed bugfixes/improvements back to those developing a software suite so that it can continue to improve, but perhaps you get the point. git & GitHub is a means to implement that process.

git

a version control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people

It was originally written by Linus Torvalds (the same guy that wrote Linux, and who still keeps an iron grip over the Linux kernel).

GitHub

a web-based hosting service for version control using Git

Founded in 2008 as a USA LLC, and sold 10 years later to Micro$oft for the silly sum of USD $7.5 billion. In June 2018 it had 28 million public repositories. That figure went from 46,000 one year after being founded (Feb 2009) to 1 million (Jul 2010) & 2 million (Apr 2011).

It is free to create a username on GitHub. It is also free of financial charge to create a Public Repository, but a Private Repository requires a monthly payment (‘repositories’ are places to store files; they can also contain sub-directories of files, to any depth). Public Repositories are truly public, as anyone can copy the content. Most will keep upload private, which is where the phrase Pull Request comes in (request the Repository owner to pull in — Merge — some extra and/or changed files).

The key to understanding the interaction between git & GitHub is that git (which is the software) can be used to control a set of files either remotely or locally, and that one of the things that it expects is to handle copy/clone or update operations between two mirror Repositories, one of which is local & the other of which is remote. Typically, the remote Repository is held within GitHub whilst the local mirror may be one of (possibly) hundreds of local mirrors being worked on at any place within the world. There can thus be hundreds of updates to the remote mirror from the distributed local mirrors. In addition, each local mirror will have a schedule of regular updates from remote to local in order to keep up to date with changes from all other users.

Here were my recent actions step-by-step:–

  1. Create an Account on GitHub
      
    This is needed only if you need to update a GitHub repository (no GitHub account is required to retrieve a file from a GitHub public repository).
     
    Go to GitHub and create a username. It needs to be unique.
     
    My OSM username was already taken (dammit) so I originally chose ‘Alexander-Kemp’. Fortunately GitHub has a rename-facility (under Settings | Account), so I renamed to ‘alexkemp9’. Do not do anything like this after you have created a repository.

  2. Fork an Existing Repository
    (see also Forking Projects)
     
    Whilst logged in (that's the bit that foxed me for a bit) go to the project that you are interested in & click on the Fork link at top-right. fork pic
    After GitHub has finished processing you should be back at your own repository page & able to see the newly-forked repository.

  3. Clone an Existing Repository
    (see also Cloning Repositories)
     
    Halfway down the page on the right-hand-side of a Repository page is a “Clone or Download” button:
    clone pic
    All you will need is the URL that it provides.
     
    This is the relevant page for the repository that I cloned:–
    https://github.com/alexkemp9/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets
    And the clone URL provided from that page is:–
    https://github.com/alexkemp9/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets.git
     
    That repository was cloned to my hdd by taking the following actions at the terminal command-line (note that for me git was already installed; go to git downloads if you are on Windows/Mac and need to install it, or use your normal distribution install methods if you work under Linux):–

    cd ~/    
    git clone https://github.com/alexkemp9/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets.git    
    

     
    That creates ~/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets/, drops all files from remote into the directory including ~/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets/.git + necessary plain-text entries to help make it easy to push/pull files up/down from remote. The .git hidden directory is also the point of cloning — rather than copying — the repository (a full-stop at the start of a file and/or directory name means that it is hidden from ordinary file-listings). Cloning the repository means that you will be keeping the local mirror in step with the remote mirror.

  4. Update the Clone
    (see also Fonts missing from OSM Promotional Leaflets)
     
    (I copied various files across from my earlier work to the clone repository)

  5. Commit then Push the Clone
    (see also How can I upload committed changes)
     
    git needs to be informed of changes to the local mirror before you can push those changes up to GitHub. git maintains a config file in 3 possible places:–

    a. local<repository>/.git/config — repository-wide values
    b. global$HOME/.gitconfig — per-user fall-back values for .git/config
    c. system/etc/gitconfig — system-wide default config

    Here is the bunch of commands that committed all changes to git and then pushed those changes up to remote. The GitHub email address is found at Settings | Emails. git config commands are one-time for each --local (default), --global or --system.

    $ cd ~/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets
    git config --local user.name 'alexkemp9'
    git config --local user.email '46583865+alexkemp9@users.noreply.github.com'
    unix2dos -n README.md README.txt
    git add ./*
    git commit -m "Updated README.md to fix bad markdown"
    git push origin master
    

    git config -e will launch the default terminal editor with the relative config file loaded. Be careful, since that editor may be vim (which is fine if you are a fan of the '60s or '70s). Use sudo update-alternatives --config editor to find which is the default, and change it if you wish.

    $ cd ~/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets
    $ git config -e
    ^K  I    ~/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets/.git/config (ini)
    [core]
            repositoryformatversion = 0
            filemode = true
            bare = false
            logallrefupdates = true
    [remote "origin"]
            url = https://github.com/alexkemp9/openstreetmap-promotional-leaflets.git
            fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
    [branch "master"]
            remote = origin
            merge = refs/heads/master
    [user]
            name = alexkemp9
            email = 46583865+alexkemp9@users.noreply.github.com
    
  6. Create a Pull Request
    (see also Pull request from a Fork)
     
    Finally! At the end of this marathon I created a Pull Request.
     
    The main issue is to go to the Repository that the Fork was created from and click on the “New Pull Request” button to the right of the “Branch” menu:
    pull request image


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Crowd2Map Success in 2018 - mapathon at the UN, award at SOTM, donation at FOSS4G and kick off of WomenConnect

I am proud to be a HOTOSM voting member and here is my review of 2018.

2018 was a very busy year for Crowd2Map. We now number over 10,000 volunteers from all over the world with new volunteers joining every day. We have over 2200 members in our active Slack channel - you are welcome to join us here join.slack.com/t/crowd2map/shared_invite/enQtNDQ4OTY2MjAyMDY3LTAyYzU5MDQ2MTFiNzk2OGJlNDQ

I am proud to be a HOTOSM voting member and here is my review of 2018.

2018 was a very busy year for Crowd2Map. We now number over 10,000 volunteers from all over the world with new volunteers joining every day. We have over 2200 members in our active Slack channel - you are welcome to join us here https://join.slack.com/t/crowd2map/shared_invite/enQtNDQ4OTY2MjAyMDY3LTAyYzU5MDQ2MTFiNzk2OGJlNDQwYWY5OWRjNTc1NTFiNjZlOTVjYmJkNmMxYjljMzI1Y2IwYmVhNjlhODliYTE

In September we were invited to organise a mapathon at UNFPA HQ in New York as part of the United Nations general assembly. This was accompanied by concurrent events in 60 countries to #map2endFGM. It was featured on the UNFPA website here https://www.unfpa.org/news/girls-escaping-fgm-rural-tanzania-crowdsourced-maps-show-way-safety

In July we were awarded the Africa award at State of the Map in Milan.We gave a talk there and a keynote on mapping to help end FGM at FOSS4G in Dar es Salaam, who then donated the remaining conference funding to us.This enabled us to buy cheap android phones to train first time smartphone users to map their communities to better protect them.

In December we started a programme to train all 78 village women and children protection committees in Serengeti District to map their villages to better protect their communities, with HOTOSM in a project called WomenConnect funded by USAID.

You can follow how this is going on our blog here https://crowd2map.wordpress.com/blog/ and on twitter @crowd2map and Facebook.

Thank you to everyone who helped us map rural Tanzania in 2018!

Friday, 11. January 2019

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Mapeamento do Parque Ecológico Cornélio Pires, Tietê/SP em vídeo

Esta é uma gravação em vídeo do mapeamento do Parque Ecológico Cornélio Pires, no município de Tietê/SP, pelo editor JOSM. Também foi usado o site F4map para gerar o 3D.

Vídeo: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aPNn6ptT5s (duração: 4 minutos)

Local: openstreetbrowser.org/#map=18/-23.08197/-47.75489&categories=leisure

O Centro Cultural e Ecológico Cornélio Pires, mais conhecido

Esta é uma gravação em vídeo do mapeamento do Parque Ecológico Cornélio Pires, no município de Tietê/SP, pelo editor JOSM. Também foi usado o site F4map para gerar o 3D.

Vídeo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aPNn6ptT5s (duração: 4 minutos)

Local: https://openstreetbrowser.org/#map=18/-23.08197/-47.75489&categories=leisure

O Centro Cultural e Ecológico Cornélio Pires, mais conhecido como Parque Ecológico Cornélio Pires, está localizado às margens do Rio Tietê e reúne atrativos de lazer, cultura, matas e principalmente o Museu Cornélio Pires, criado em homenagem a Cornélio Pires, considerado o pai do folclore caipira e da música sertaneja, recriando a sua casa com os seus móveis e objetos.

PMTietê

Visitei o parque em 2009 quando eu morava na região. Mais tarde, o local ficou abandonado e agora está passando por recuperação e regularização. A entrada é gratuita.

Agradecimento especial à Secretaria de Obras e Planejamento da Prefeitura do Município de Tietê por fornecer os dados do parque.

(Infelizmente não gravei a parte da adição de vegetação. Mas a música é legal.)


How to Make Curry Powder | Kaigal Red Chilli Powder

In many general stores you can purchase mellow, medium or hot curry powder and these are very sufficient for making a curry plunge or a dish, for example, Coronation Chicken yet no self-regarding Indian housewife could ever utilize premade flavor blend. Numerous Indian curry powder formulas are provincial and most Indian families will have their own formulas for curry powder which have been pass

In many general stores you can purchase mellow, medium or hot curry powder and these are very sufficient for making a curry plunge or a dish, for example, Coronation Chicken yet no self-regarding Indian housewife could ever utilize premade flavor blend. Numerous Indian curry powder formulas are provincial and most Indian families will have their own formulas for curry powder which have been passed on through the ages.

Kaigal Red Chilli Powder

In this way, basically, curry powder is a mix of a wide range of flavors and herbs yet regardless of what it contains it will be crisply ground each day.

The herbs and flavors in curry powder may incorporate cumin seeds, coriander seeds, curry leaves, cardamom cases, cinnamon, dark pepper, chillies, fennel seeds, onion seeds, fenugreek, mustard seeds, ground turmeric, ground ginger and dried red chillies.

Sattvic Foods

An extremely essential Indian curry blend is as per the following:

6 dried red chillies

3 tsp coriander seeds

2 tsp cumin seeds

1/2 tsp mustard seeds

1 tsp dark peppercorns

1 tsp fenugreek seeds

10 crisp curry leaves

1/2 tsp ground ginger

1 tbsp ground turmeric

Modify the warmth by changing the quantity of chillies. Dry sear the entire flavors until the point when they smell fragrant and pound utilizing a pestle and mortar or an electric espresso processor (which is a lot less demanding). Blend in alternate fixings and you have the premise of your curry.

You can try different things with amounts and fixings until the point that you discover a mix or two which you extremely like. I have an energy for cumin so I in every case twofold the amount expressed in any formula for curry powder.

You can likewise make curry glue which stores well in a container in the cooler; I propose that you adjust the amounts to your own taste.

Generally cleave 2 tablespoons every one of garlic and ginger root and three green chillies and mix with a little water in a nourishment processor. Cleave an onion and relax in vegetable oil over a medium warmth. Include the glue and broil quickly. Include 1 teaspoon of turmeric, and 2 tablespoons every one of toasted ground coriander and cumin and broil quickly once more. At that point include a 400g tin of cleaved tomatoes and 2 teaspoons of tomato glue and a little high temp water. Stew revealed until the point when the glue thickens, at that point mix in ground dark pepper to taste just as garam masala (another flavor blend for which I will disclose to you where to discover the formula).

Kaigal Red Chilli Powder

Presently you realize how to make curry powder starting with no outside help, I'm certain that you'll never again return to the premade assortment. Liz is a sharp home cook who wants to make Indian sustenance specifically and you'll locate some provincial curry powder formulas just as a formula for garam masala at Liz's site, Authentic Curry Recipes


Про "перевал" Кучук-Ламбат-Богаз. https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/44.6265500/34.3228417

С удивлением как-то обнаружил на карте OSM точку с названием Кучук-Ламбат-Богаз, обозначенную "перевалом". Когда я в очередной раз прошёл по этой грунтовке в лесу и попытался отыскать этот "перевал", то был разочарован. Нет здесь никакого перевала и не было никогда. И в краеведческой литературе ничего не сказано о нём. Для чего участник создания карт OSM "обнаружил

С удивлением как-то обнаружил на карте OSM точку с названием Кучук-Ламбат-Богаз, обозначенную "перевалом". Когда я в очередной раз прошёл по этой грунтовке в лесу и попытался отыскать этот "перевал", то был разочарован. Нет здесь никакого перевала и не было никогда. И в краеведческой литературе ничего не сказано о нём. Для чего участник создания карт OSM "обнаружил" здесь этот "перевал" мне не понятно до сих пор. https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/44.6265500/34.3228417 Широта 44.62655 Долгота 34.32283 = road грунтовая лесная дорога.


Валидатор JOSM

Валидатор говорит, что тег addr: в описании населенных пунктров подозрителен. Я повелся и некоторое время удалял такие теги. Сейчас восстанавливаю по мере сил. Но если кто увидит такие мои ошибочные правки, пишите, плз, в комментарии к чейндсетам нещадно.

Валидатор говорит, что тег addr: в описании населенных пунктров подозрителен. Я повелся и некоторое время удалял такие теги. Сейчас восстанавливаю по мере сил. Но если кто увидит такие мои ошибочные правки, пишите, плз, в комментарии к чейндсетам нещадно.


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