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Monday, 26. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

erreur région sur le logiciel Heredis 2021

Certaines communes des départements de la Charente, de la Charente-Maritime, des Deux-Sèvres, de la Vienne ont comme région la Bourgogne-Franche-Comté au lieu de la Nouvelle-Aquitaine Ci-dessous le message de réponse de Heredis puis celui de ma demande ———- Sandra de Heredis (Heredis) 26 juil. 2021 à 16:05 UTC+2 Bonjour, Merci de nous avoir contactés ! Les données internet affichées dans le Mond

Certaines communes des départements de la Charente, de la Charente-Maritime, des Deux-Sèvres, de la Vienne ont comme région la Bourgogne-Franche-Comté au lieu de la Nouvelle-Aquitaine Ci-dessous le message de réponse de Heredis puis celui de ma demande ———- Sandra de Heredis (Heredis) 26 juil. 2021 à 16:05 UTC+2 Bonjour, Merci de nous avoir contactés ! Les données internet affichées dans le Monde à la Loupe proviennent de OpenStreetMap. C’est un projet collaboratif, ce qui signifie que vous aussi, vous pouvez y participer. Voici un article très complets pour vous aider à utiliser pleinement cette fonction : Contribuer à OpenStreetMap : https://help.heredis.com/contribuer-a-openstreetmap/ Plus sur help.heredis.com Merci et à bientôt ! L’équipe Heredis vous souhaite un bel été Cordialement, Sandra de Heredis Chargée de clientèle www.heredis.com ———- Didier 25 juil. 2021 à 19:58 UTC+2 Madame, Monsieur, Je vous informe que je viens de constater aujourd’hui même que bon nombre de communes (mais pas toutes) que j’utilise dans ma généalogie concernant le département de la Charente-Maritime, région de la Nouvelle-Aquitaine sont reconnues par vos soins comme faisant partie de la région Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. Cette erreur très gênante pour l’établissement ou la lecture de certains documents nécessite une régularisation assez rapide pour le crédit de votre logiciel. Je vous remercie par avance de l’intérêt que vous voudrez bien porter à ma demande et me tenir informé de la suite que vous comptez y donner. Veuillez agréer, Madame, Monsieur, mes sincères salutations. Didier OLLIVIER


Cartographie des frontières administratives de l'Église catholique

Mon prochain chantier sur OpenStreetMap va être de cartographier le diocèse de Grenoble-Vienne avec toutes les paroisses qui le composent. J’ai déjà ajouté le diocèse, la prochaine étape sera de mettre la paroisse locale, puis toutes les autres, et trouver un moyen de les organiser en doyennés.

Mon prochain chantier sur OpenStreetMap va être de cartographier le diocèse de Grenoble-Vienne avec toutes les paroisses qui le composent. J’ai déjà ajouté le diocèse, la prochaine étape sera de mettre la paroisse locale, puis toutes les autres, et trouver un moyen de les organiser en doyennés.


Besitzstörungsfälle in Wien

I am saving this list here as a to-do-list. Should anyone suggest a proper way to map this stuff, I will try to enter it in OSM. These are places where the owner can fine you with some hundreds euro if you drive through.

Diese ist eine List von bekannte Besitzstörungsfälle in Wien:

  • Shell-Tankstelle, Ecke Katsushikastraße/Leopoldauer Straße 49, 1210 Wien (hinter

I am saving this list here as a to-do-list. Should anyone suggest a proper way to map this stuff, I will try to enter it in OSM. These are places where the owner can fine you with some hundreds euro if you drive through.

Diese ist eine List von bekannte Besitzstörungsfälle in Wien:

  • Shell-Tankstelle, Ecke Katsushikastraße/Leopoldauer Straße 49, 1210 Wien (hinter der Brücke bei McDonalds)
  • Sackgasse Breitenleer Straße 50, 1220 Wien
  • Liegenschaft Siemensstraße 105A, ident mit Richard-Neutra-Gasse 3, 1210 Wien
  • Donaufelder Straße 135, 1210 Wien (zwischen Hofer und Einkaufszeile Schichtweg)
  • Franz-Eduard-Matras-Gasse 5-7, 1220 Wien Es handelt sich hier um eine Sackgasse an deren Ende es kein Weiterkommen für mehrspurigen Verkehr gibt. Das Wenden des Fahrzeuges ist nahezu unmöglich. Deshalb nutzen viele Lenker die Möglichkeit und wenden in einem anliegendem Grundstück. Da dieses überwacht wird, kommt es in jedem Fall zu einer Besitzstörungsanzeige.
  • Brünner Straße 64, 1210 Wien FS Tankstelle. Sogar Kunden der bei selber Adresse befindliche Autowerkstatt werden angezeigt.
  • Donaufelder Straße 128, Tankstelle, 1210 Wien
  • Heiligenstädter Str. 60, Shell

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Sunday, 25. July 2021

CycleStreets

Mapping modal filters and LTNs

Modal filters – measures such as bollards, gates, cycle contraflows, etc., are important ways to prevent motor traffic passing through residential areas. They have been much in the news recently, but are in fact very common, and have been in existence since at least the 1980s. However, there is no national mapping data on where […]

Modal filters – measures such as bollards, gates, cycle contraflows, etc., are important ways to prevent motor traffic passing through residential areas. They have been much in the news recently, but are in fact very common, and have been in existence since at least the 1980s.

However, there is no national mapping data on where they are. It turns they are in fact extremely common, found in pretty-much every town or city. They are not a ‘radical’ or new measure. We set out to prove this, and for the first time, have mapped them.

We have analysed street data to determine the locations of modal filters across the UK, as well as which streets are through-streets (i.e. capable of having through-traffic from one main road to another). This work has now reached a beta (preview) level.

The resulting mapping, once publicly released, will be helpful for anyone (e.g. citizens, councillors and council officials) trying to introduce new LTNs – as it proves how common and widespread these measures are. It will show where further work by local councils is needed. The data on streets will also enable new research to be undertaken on the socio-demographic effects of LTNs, for instance, whether they disproportionately benefit or affect particular groups.

 
 
Modal filters of various types – (1) Bollards, or planters/gates/gaps, (2) Continuations, (3) Bus gates, (4) No entry except cycles.

1. Mapping modal filters

We have undertaken complex analysis of OpenStreetMap to determine the locations of modal filters. By analysing street patterns, to create a map of where modal filters are located, we aim to show these are entirely normal and widespread.

There is no widespread map data in the UK that ever states “Here is a modal filter”. Instead, maps only state the physical attributes of a street, e.g. a residential street with bollards at one point. However, bollards and gates can also exist in a context which has nothing to do with modal filters.

As such, a dataset of modal filters can only be obtained by running complex algorithm analysis to spot the typical street patterns which create the concept of a modal filter. This is what we now have done.

Each of the modal filter types shown in the above example pictures are represented, and you can see below an example from Cambridge.

We will shortly publish a blog post giving fuller details of the analysis. But for now, you can read the technical details, and gain access to the password-protected beta analysis, via this mailing list posting on the OpenStreetMap talk-gb mailing list. The analysis is quite complex and is not yet perfect.

We welcome feedback on this beta mapping. At present we estimate we so far have achieved around 80-90% accuracy. You can right-click to flag up a missed location, or click on an existing location to report that it should not be a modal filter. We will review these, to enable us to fix up any systematic shortcomings in our analysis, or whitelist unusual street layout locations that our automated analysis is otherwise unlikely to detect.

An early iteration of this work resulted in coverage in the Guardian. We have since gone on to refine the analysis further.

We plan to collaborate with an academic colleague in London to produce a peer-reviewed paper on this new research.

2. Mapping through-streets

We also determine whether every street can be potentially used for through-traffic (‘rat-running’) or not from one main road to another.

This is not a map of whether rat-running is actually happening, since there exists no published data on that. It is a map of whether a street is physically capable of seeing through-traffic.

  • Blueish-green shows where rat-running is not possible, due to modal filters or dead-ends;
  • Red shows where through-traffic is possible;
  • Brown shows where through-traffic is possible but there are also traffic-calming measures in place to deter it.

In technical terms, this is actually a completely separate analysis to the modal filters work, and involves the use of car routing -based testing between identified main roads, and the use of some heuristics to eliminate unlikely situations. This work is at a slightly earlier stage of maturity but will continue to improve, and we are already getting pretty good results.


Streets in terraced areas of Cambridge often prevent through-traffic, as there are modal filters to stop it physically, or traffic-calming has been installed to deter it.

We will similarly shortly be publishing a blog post giving fuller technical details of the analysis.

Watch our talk

We gave a talk on both of these new datasets in early July, to a regular meeting of active travel professionals and advocates from around the UK, organised by Brian Deegan.

Some background: What’s changed on local streets over the last decade?

This remarkable chart, using the official data from London demonstrates the remarkable change in use of residential streets since 2009.

That date correlates with the growth of mobile phones with free satnav apps for drivers. Deliveries have also risen since, as a result of online ordering.

Acknowledgements

Our research on modal filters and through-streets has been made possible thanks to a grant from the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund. We are most grateful to the Trustees of the Fund for their choosing to fund this work.

The work was initially commenced thanks also to a small amount of funding from #BikeIsBest, for whom we undertook initial analysis.


OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Now is the time - OSM and OSMF Moderation Guidance - your input requested

Over 6 months ago, OpenStreetMap (OSM) and OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) members, community supporters, organizations, and allies called for change in how OSM and OSMF conduct themselves.

We asked:

“The OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) and OpenStreetMap (OSM) need to prioritize diversity and inclusion in positions of power and governance. We recommend a renewal and implementation of an

Over 6 months ago, OpenStreetMap (OSM) and OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) members, community supporters, organizations, and allies called for change in how OSM and OSMF conduct themselves.

We asked:

“The OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) and OpenStreetMap (OSM) need to prioritize diversity and inclusion in positions of power and governance. We recommend a renewal and implementation of an OSM Code of Conduct and deliver on the next recommended stages for a diverse and inclusive OSM and OSMF. We want the OSMF to ask itself: who does it exist to serve? How can we be more open?”

Resource: A Call to Take Action and Confront Systemic Offensive Behaviour in the OSM Community »>The original document»>

The Result:

The OSMF board asked the Local Chapters and Community Working Group (LCCWG) to form a subcommittee on “Moderation”. This group has been meeting and coordinating since January 2021 (lead by Maggie Cawley, OSM US).

“In December 2020, the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) Board set out to “find partners to help instate a moderator team for the OSMF-talk and talk mailing lists” and in their December 2020 meeting requested that the LCCWG take the lead on this initiative. Subsequently, this group has been formed as a subcommittee of LCCWG. The Moderation Subcommittee is a temporary group of OSM community members working on this Scope of Work via this Implementation Plan. Learn more about participants and find links to any draft documents on the Subcommittee’s page. “

The Ask - Give feedback by August 18, 2021:

The LCCWG Moderation Subcommittee solicits community input on its DRAFT Process for Moderation, which would apply to the osm- and osmf-talk mailing lists. Hosted in the OSM wiki, the Discussion page is open for comments until August 18, 2021.

We know that many OSM users/supporters and OSMF members, do not use the mailing lists (for many reasons). Thus, we ask for your help - please share in your OSM and OSMF networks, including any other mailing lists, telegram channels, slack channels, facebook and/or other spaces. While this moderation work is currently for OSM-talk and OSMF-Talk mailing lists, we can only hope that the culture and community we all aim for can be more safe, healthy, and inclusive.

If you do not feel comfortable giving feedback on the OSM wiki (you can post ‘anonymously’ on the discussion page), I am happy to help.

Thank you in advance and hats off to my fellow LCCWG Sub-Committte on Moderation allies. You are my teachers,

Heather


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Tatto

Tatto


About me

I’m a recently retired senior leader/exploration geologist after 23 years working for a major international oil and gas company. I’m familiar with GIS systems, but not an expert by any means.

I spent a large portion of my career mapping remote sensing data in order to determine what lies below the surface of the earth. In my case this was primarily seismic data and well log data, but oc

I’m a recently retired senior leader/exploration geologist after 23 years working for a major international oil and gas company. I’m familiar with GIS systems, but not an expert by any means.

I spent a large portion of my career mapping remote sensing data in order to determine what lies below the surface of the earth. In my case this was primarily seismic data and well log data, but occasionally magnetic or gravity data.

I’m looking for some fun things to do so I started contributing to OSM.


Hometown clean up: Great Bend, PA and vicinity

New to OSM, may make some newbie mistakes, so please comment, send me a msg. Feedback/help always welcome.

Generally using aerial imagery (ESRI World, world clarity, Mapbox, Maxar). I scan through multiple images to get a sense of offset. Also using OSM GPS traces loaded by others

New to OSM, may make some newbie mistakes, so please comment, send me a msg. Feedback/help always welcome.

Generally using aerial imagery (ESRI World, world clarity, Mapbox, Maxar). I scan through multiple images to get a sense of offset. Also using OSM GPS traces loaded by others


A “ilha dos Odebrecht” que o Google Maps esconde

No litoral da BA, Quiepe parece escondida a sete chaves. Mesmo em local estratégico, está fora das rotas de navegação. Busca no Google dá em vazio no mar, em local errado. Mas, com ferramentas livres, paraíso privado foi, enfim, mapeado… outraspalavras.net/direitosouprivilegios/a-ilha-dos-odebrecht-que-o-google-maps-esconde/

No litoral da BA, Quiepe parece escondida a sete chaves. Mesmo em local estratégico, está fora das rotas de navegação. Busca no Google dá em vazio no mar, em local errado. Mas, com ferramentas livres, paraíso privado foi, enfim, mapeado… https://outraspalavras.net/direitosouprivilegios/a-ilha-dos-odebrecht-que-o-google-maps-esconde/


weeklyOSM

weeklyOSM 574

13/07/2021-19/07/2021 How many hours do you map? [1] | © Jennings Anderson | Mapping Mappers in the German OSM Forum > and on the Talk-de mailing list > discussed how to deal with the floods in Western Germany. Damaged roads which will stay impassible for a longer time should be tagged as under construction or […]

13/07/2021-19/07/2021

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How many hours do you map? [1] | © Jennings Anderson |

Mapping

  • Mappers in the German OSM Forum (de) > en and on the Talk-de mailing list (de) > en discussed how to deal with the floods in Western Germany. Damaged roads which will stay impassible for a longer time should be tagged as under construction or demolished. Buildings should not be edited/deleted for the time being. Road closures for a relatively short time and closures of passable roads should not be mapped.
  • Mark Altaweel took a look at map vandalism in OpenStreetMap. They describe what map vandalism is and what strategies are used to fix it or prevent it from happening.
  • If you map in Washington state it would be worthwhile reading jake-low’s diary entry on how to use the Department of Natural Resources LiDAR in iD.
  • MKnight questioned (de) > en some of the reasons given for voting against the leisure=bathing_place proposal (we reported earlier).
  • Philippe Lacour noted that there are now more objects in OpenStreetMap than people on the planet.
  • portalaventura asked (pt) > en why Apple editors feel the need to bend streets.
  • User syntex shared a progress update on his quest to replace all the mapped buildings in Warsaw with outlines from a government dataset, BDOT10k.
  • Requests have been made for comments on the following proposals:
    • cultivated=no/semi/fully to add sub-tags to natural=scrub that could be used to further refine these bushy areas based on objective criteria.
    • tennis=wall to map tennis training walls, used to practise tennis shots without the need for an opponent.
    • headlight=* for tagging when vehicle headlights must be used.

Community

  • How many hours a day do you map? Jennings Anderson investigated how much time mappers spend on the task and concluded that while some mappers might only ever make a single edit to a map, there are plenty of ardent, dedicated editors that map like it’s their job – and for some of these mappers it might be, but definitely not all.
  • Nama wrote, as Regional Director of HOT, about the foundation and activities of the (Mobile) Open Mapping Hub Asia Pacifik.

OpenStreetMap Foundation

Events

  • DeBigC reviewed the format of this year’s State of the Map. They concluded that, on balance, the interesting talk content and speakers outshone the weaker points.
  • Paul Norman blogged a version of their SotM talk on the OpenStreetMap Standard Layer and who’s using it.
  • The proceedings of the Academic Track at State of the Map 2021 have been published.
  • Ilya Zverev made (ru) > en a HotWashUp on the SotM, mainly impressions and about his own activity.

Education

  • AngocA answered (es) > en JuanMelo’s question ‘how do I improve the map of Colombia?’.

Humanitarian OSM

  • HOT has opened applications for their Data Quality Internship. It is a three-month, full-time, paid opportunity. HOT is looking to fill 20 positions, and women, nationals of developing countries, and members of other under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications close Sunday 15 August.
  • The HOT Disaster Services Team has launched a new landing page featuring a detailed projection of the task areas they are focused on mapping. The new map display is powered by Kontur.
  • HOT has opened the call for proposals for their 2021 Summit. The theme of this year’s summit is ‘The Evolution of Local Humanitarian Open Mapping Ecosystems: Understanding Community, Collaboration, and Contribution’. See the list of suggested formats and submit your proposals for sessions here by Tuesday 10 August.

Maps

  • team2019alpaca is excited to have made a new map for visitors to the Steep Street Domain in Lawrence (New Zealand).

Software

  • Darkshredder gave an update, illustrated with screenshots, about his Google Summer of Code Project. The Nominatim Feedback Reporter will allow users to submit OpenStreetMap search (Nominatim) errors. These can then be added as test cases by the developers.

Releases

  • OsmAnd 4.0 (iOS) has been released. It adds new features such as snapping recorded routes to roads to enable better navigation, exporting and importing of settings, data, and maps between Android and iOS devices, and fixing freezing issues on CarPlay.

Other “geo” things

  • Liberty caps – or Psilocybe semilanceata – are psilocybin-containing mushrooms that grow naturally in many parts of the world. Are you interested in finding some of them in your neighbourhood? Just have a look to this ‘Magic Mushroom Map’.
  • prawo.pl reports (pl) > en that 10 new settlements in Poland are proposed to gain city status on 1 January, 2022. Administrative boundaries of some municipalities will change as well. In the past year, place=city was promptly added by Polish mappers sometimes even before 1 January, however in many cases boundaries had to wait for official registers to catch up.
  • Rush hour in the Netherlands!
  • A digitally rendered map, derived from a vintage geological map of Australia combined with Digital Elevation Data (DEM), created by 4DMAPART, is making the rounds on Twitter.
  • Two major NGOs, dedicated to preserving Scottish mountains, expressed their concern about inappropriate and potentially dangerous routes displayed on Google Maps.
  • In their engineering blog Lyft described how their mobile apps cache map data (presumably OSM) to improve positioning, perform map matching, and display speed limits to drivers.
  • In an essay, Meaghen Brown explains how maps are inherently inaccurate and rather than having blind faith in them, users should be cautious of the data sources.

Upcoming Events

Where What Online When Country
OSM Africa Monthly Mapathon: Map Nigeria osmcalpic 2021-07-02 – 2021-08-02
Virtueel treffen OpenStreetMap NL osmcalpic 2021-07-24
Bogotá Distrito Capital Resolver notas de Bogotá creadas en OpenStreetMap osmcalpic 2021-07-24 flag
Budapest Hekkezés-fagyizás a Római parton, séta a zöldben (személyes!) osmcalpic 2021-07-26 flag
Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen (Online) osmcalpic 2021-07-26 flag
Ville de Bruxelles – Stad Brussel Virtual OpenStreetMap Belgium meeting osmcalpic 2021-07-27 flag
Aubière Rencontre OpenStreetMap Clermont osmcalpic 2021-07-28 flag
Düsseldorf Düsseldorfer OSM-Treffen (online) osmcalpic 2021-07-28 flag
Zürich Missing Maps Zürich Mapathon osmcalpic 2021-07-28 flag
[Online] OpenStreetMap Foundation board of Directors – public meeting osmcalpic 2021-07-30
臺北市 COSCUP 2021 OpenStreetMap x Wikidata 開放內容議程軌 osmcalpic 2021-07-31 flag
Ogresgala pagasts Ogresgala kartēšanas pasākums osmcalpic 2021-07-31 flag
City of Westminster Missing Maps London Mapathon osmcalpic 2021-08-03 flag
Landau an der Isar Virtuelles Niederbayern-Treffen osmcalpic 2021-08-03 flag
Nordrhein-Westfalen OSM-Treffen Bochum osmcalpic 2021-08-05 flag
OSM Africa Monthly Mapathon: Map Tanzania osmcalpic 2021-08-06
臺北市 OpenStreetMap x Wikidata Taipei #31 osmcalpic 2021-08-09 flag
Zürich OSM-Treffen Zürich osmcalpic 2021-08-11 flag
OpenStreetMap Michigan Meetup osmcalpic 2021-08-13

Note:
If you like to see your event here, please put it into the OSM calendar. Only data which is there, will appear in weeklyOSM.

This weeklyOSM was produced by Climate_Ben, Nordpfeil, RicoElectrico, SK53, TheSwavu, derFred, s8321414.

Saturday, 24. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Google Summer Of Code '21 progress so far

This diary entry is a bit delayed, but this will contain my progress for the gsoc period so far and what I have been upto during the last 5-6 weeks A detailed description of my work can also be found at Github Wiki

My task was to create an Element History Comparison dialog for Vespucci, which can be provided as a separate library so that it can be useful for other open source projects i

This diary entry is a bit delayed, but this will contain my progress for the gsoc period so far and what I have been upto during the last 5-6 weeks A detailed description of my work can also be found at Github Wiki

My task was to create an Element History Comparison dialog for Vespucci, which can be provided as a separate library so that it can be useful for other open source projects if they need the same functionality.

What the Element History Comparison Dialog does is what the name suggests, i.e it compares what changes the have been made to a particular OSM element on the map and details them, like providing tag changes and which user has made those changes. It works as something similar to the built in history feature of JOSM.

Right now, I have completed the dialog itself and am currently testing different possible user interfaces for the application, in order to better suit a mobile screen, which has been the most challenging part so far as due to the lack of width on the mobile device certain compromises needed to be made

My Weekly progress has been the following:

Week1

  • Created all the required base OSM elements and storage structures
  • Created a custom implementation of the OSM parser to parse the XML response
  • Added unit tests for the base OSM classes and the parser
  • Created the initial library interface
  • Setup for the HTTP requests

Week2

  • Created the version selection screen UI
  • Impl. the version selection logic with radioButtons and groups

Week3

  • Created tests for the version selection screen
  • Improved UI for the history screen
  • Current UI for the selection screen

Week4

  • Created the base UI for the comparison screen
  • Created the logic for the comparison screen
  • Implemented changeset fetching

Week5

  • Created logic for the comparison screen
  • Added changeSet Details
  • Add basic UI for comparison
  • Fix test cases

Week6

  • Ui testing and improvements

I am hopeful that my project would be concluded in the coming weeks, and it can be included in Vespucci

Friday, 23. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Home

Saint Charles

Saint Charles


Waste Bin location project

I really hate litter. I have a very vague project in mind which will involve mapping litter in some way. Having information about the location of litter bins seems like it would be helpful, so I am starting with that. Hopefully as I work through this the vague project will take better form - this works in many other endeavors, so why not with this one.

Little Steps !

I really hate litter. I have a very vague project in mind which will involve mapping litter in some way. Having information about the location of litter bins seems like it would be helpful, so I am starting with that. Hopefully as I work through this the vague project will take better form - this works in many other endeavors, so why not with this one.

Little Steps !


Why I mapped the task

I mapped the task in order to response to the area vulnerable to flood #GemU2018

I mapped the task in order to response to the area vulnerable to flood #GemU2018

Thursday, 22. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Project Maricopa

Landuse:

Major Cities:

  Phoenix:

     5/15 Urban Villages Semi-Complete

     0/15 Urban Villages Landuse Glue Fixed

   
  Mesa:

  Scottsdale:

  Tempe:

Minor Cities:

0/11 completed

Towns:

0/10 completed   

Unpopulated Districts:

0/19 CDPs completed

0/304 Tracts Comp

Landuse:

Major Cities:

  Phoenix:

     5/15 Urban Villages Semi-Complete

     0/15 Urban Villages Landuse Glue Fixed

   
  Mesa:

  Scottsdale:

  Tempe:

Minor Cities:

0/11 completed

Towns:

0/10 completed   

Unpopulated Districts:

0/19 CDPs completed

0/304 Tracts Completed

Buildings: TBA


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wie lösche ich mein Profil?

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Updating East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust Buildings

I am updating accuracy aligning building’s, adding building names , Removing demolished buildings and adding new as they are built.

I am updating accuracy aligning building’s, adding building names , Removing demolished buildings and adding new as they are built.


Test

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Wednesday, 21. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Osmand. Создание и редактирование маршрутных треков по опорным точкам

Воу, круто. В последниях версиях Osmand полностью переделали инструмент планирования маршрутов. Во первых, маршрутизатор стал мультимодальным, т.е. каждый следующий сегмент между опорными точками можно прокладывать для другого вида транспорта. Один сегмент “по шоссе как для машины”, другой “по лестницам как для пешехода”, третий вообще по азимуту “как птица летит”.

Во вторых, в создаваем

Воу, круто. В последниях версиях Osmand полностью переделали инструмент планирования маршрутов. Во первых, маршрутизатор стал мультимодальным, т.е. каждый следующий сегмент между опорными точками можно прокладывать для другого вида транспорта. Один сегмент “по шоссе как для машины”, другой “по лестницам как для пешехода”, третий вообще по азимуту “как птица летит”.

Во вторых, в создаваемый на выходе планировщиком маршрута gpx-файл пишутся сразу два блока:

1) Блок gpx trk с ниткой машрута. Это блок, который понимают вообще все программы и навигаторы, поэтому полученный файл можно открыть чем угодно.

2) Блок gpx rte, в который пишутся только опорные точки маршрута. Этот блок игнорируют все кроме османда (это очень древний и почти заброшенный кусок стандарта gpx) и его никто не видит.

При необходимости, osmand позволяет в любой момент легко отредактировать такой трек, при этом в ходе редактирования мы двигаем/добавляем/удаляем только опорные точки из основного rte-блока, а вот вспомогательный trk-блок, содержащий непосредственно готовую нитку маршрута, удаляется и пересоздаётся заново после каждого редактирования расположения опорных точек.

Отредактированный трек может быть отправлен на любое устройство или приложение, понимающее формат gpx, а если его переслать на другой телефон с османдом, то он и там, при желании, может быть отредактирован по вышеприведённой схеме с опорными точками.

Tuesday, 20. July 2021

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Completed Areas

This diary entry is solely dedicated to the areas I have generally mapped with aerial view (for me and anyone else interested to track).

When I mean “completed”, I have mostly added missing roads, buildings and other features (which I think) are of significant importance (and can be seen on aerial imagery).

The areas can be neighbourhoods, suburbs or towns.

  1. Mastri

This diary entry is solely dedicated to the areas I have generally mapped with aerial view (for me and anyone else interested to track).

When I mean “completed”, I have mostly added missing roads, buildings and other features (which I think) are of significant importance (and can be seen on aerial imagery).

The areas can be neighbourhoods, suburbs or towns.

  1. Mastrick, Aberdeen
  2. Kingswells, Aberdeen + Prime Four Business Park
  3. Heathryfold, Aberdeen
  4. Northfield/Cummings Park, Aberdeen
  5. Blackburn, Aberdeenshire (20 July 2021)

This list will be updated periodically or when I have finished mapping an area. To see my current projects, go to my profile. If you think I made mistakes with my mapping, please don’t hesitate to contact me.



MAPPING OF THE AREA SIRBON BIRNI VULNERABLE TO FLOODING

As a student of geography in the university of Port Harcourt I was tasked to map an area in the North of Nigeria Sabon Birni which has a high vulnerability to flooding, this will help to get the right people with supplies to this area if a flooding event occur, and will decrease the fatality of such disasters in the affected areas

As a student of geography in the university of Port Harcourt I was tasked to map an area in the North of Nigeria Sabon Birni which has a high vulnerability to flooding, this will help to get the right people with supplies to this area if a flooding event occur, and will decrease the fatality of such disasters in the affected areas