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Tuesday, 30. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

自転車のヘルメットに情報収集用のカメラを装着

「ちょんまげないヘルメットカメラ【RunCam2+FOV170Lens】をロードバイク用ドラレコに」 youtu.be/XQF03UcFaWk

自転車用ヘルメットに装着しても目立たないのが良いです。 ヘルメット装着だと視線で見たままに様々な角度から撮影し多くの情報を得られるので便利。

「ちょんまげないヘルメットカメラ【RunCam2+FOV170Lens】をロードバイク用ドラレコに」 https://youtu.be/XQF03UcFaWk

自転車用ヘルメットに装着しても目立たないのが良いです。 ヘルメット装着だと視線で見たままに様々な角度から撮影し多くの情報を得られるので便利。

Monday, 29. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

A Map Legend

I've created a map legend for the map style that I use. It's a set of map data that can be appended to a rendering database to create a map legend in a blank bit of map (actually in the middle of Australia).

There are currently two parts - linear features and POIs. As far as the map is concerned these are "real POIs" (though they're never added to OSM itself of co

I've created a map legend for the map style that I use. It's a set of map data that can be appended to a rendering database to create a map legend in a blank bit of map (actually in the middle of Australia).

There are currently two parts - linear features and POIs. As far as the map is concerned these are "real POIs" (though they're never added to OSM itself of course - just added to the rendering database) so you need to zoom in to see some of the POIs such as the one for vending machines, which only appears in this map style from zoom level 19. You could use it with other map styles, but some of the features are dependent on this lua script.

Here's a preview of what the "roads" part of the legend looks like:

roads

but to use it properly follow the link and move around.


Wild Things

Don't misunderstand me; I like civilisation, I really do. I like that my grand-daughter Micaela can walk down the street without needing to actively fear every man that walks past, or worry about being pounced on by a sabre-toothed tiger, or a cave-lion. There are just so many benefits, like amoeba-free water plumbed direct into the home, lots of shops with shelves full of food good to eat,

Don't misunderstand me; I like civilisation, I really do. I like that my grand-daughter Micaela can walk down the street without needing to actively fear every man that walks past, or worry about being pounced on by a sabre-toothed tiger, or a cave-lion. There are just so many benefits, like amoeba-free water plumbed direct into the home, lots of shops with shelves full of food good to eat, and maps of the area freely available. It's all excellent stuff, even if it's just the Matrix.

So why do I miss wild woods? With wolves, and deer running free? Possibly it is the Austrian blood from my mother calling to me, or perhaps because I have finally reached the edge of Nottingham's suburban housing (Spring Lane), but at my last mapping session I was able to stand within Gedling Country Park and gaze from the high sierra south across a vista of naturally-seeded trees (please forgive my whimsy) and gain a hint of what the long-gone Sherwood Forest might have looked like:–

lambs ready for the slaughter

However, make the most of it, for the Gedling Access Road (GAR) is coming, and many of those trees are lambs awaiting the slaughter so that tomorrow's civilisation can embed itself yet more firmly into today. That brown scar beyond the trees in the photograph below is land being made ready for the Arnold Lane interchange with the GAR:–

a scar upon the land

The developers have agreed 2 years to complete the GAR, starting spring 2017. Apart from a couple of decades of development blight, nothing has been seen until this work on the interchange.

I reached this part of Nottingham in my mapping schedule two weeks ago & realised that the whole area was due to change dramatically & drastically very soon. There were a couple of things that I wanted to photograph before they were gone, and gave myself yesterday (Sunday 28 May) to do it.

1. Chase Farm + Cottage

Chase Farm is one of the two farms that has been blighted by the GAR (Glebe Farm is the other). Unlike Glebe Farm, which still has horses in the eastern fields & an energetic lady that visits them, Chase Farm has been entirely deserted, as has all the fields that it once farmed. The access track for the farm runs from Mapperley Plains; the council has had to block that track due to widespread fly-tipping at the farm. Both farm & cottage are now sad sights:–

Chase Farm

Chase Cottage

2. Mapperley Tunnel

The Pepperpots' tunnel approach lay deep within a gorge of trees, with the former track-bed up to 20 feet (7m) below the top of the cutting. If you decide to explore it yourself then be warned that, once off the official tracks, there are zero fences to prevent a precipitous fall to the floor. Also, do not be a fool like myself & wear light-coloured trousers & street-shoes; Clarks are comfortable shoes & remind me fondly of Street in Somerset, but are mostly useless for exploring muddy forests.

Until I surveyed it I did not realise that there are two cuttings that run parallel to each other. The first I followed is to the north & seems to lead to a blank, dead-end. The second cutting to the south leads to the tunnel entrance, and most dark & spooky it was. There is already an exploration into the tunnel available on the internet, but I only went 10 foot inside at the most!

Mapperley Train Tunnel outside Mapperley Train Tunnel inside


Pánd: Village in Hungary

I have started to creating polygons and correcting road system/POIs in Pánd, Hungary.

I have started to creating polygons and correcting road system/POIs in Pánd, Hungary.


[umap] Inserire stock di immagini dotate di exif

Problema: la locale sede del CAI ha molte foto georeferenziate dei segnavia sentieri e vuole inserire le informazioni in Openstreetmap.

  1. installare exiftool sudo apt-get install exiftool

  2. creare il file csv da importare su umap con exiftool exiftool -filename -gpslatitude -gpslongitude -n -csv segnavia.csv

  3. mandare in qualche server i file delle fot

Problema: la locale sede del CAI ha molte foto georeferenziate dei segnavia sentieri e vuole inserire le informazioni in Openstreetmap.

  1. installare exiftool sudo apt-get install exiftool

  2. creare il file csv da importare su umap con exiftool exiftool -filename -gpslatitude -gpslongitude -n -csv segnavia.csv

  3. mandare in qualche server i file delle foto; per esempio: sftp -P www-data@pippo.zapto.org:/var/www/osm/cai/files <<< $'put /root/Desktop/cai/out.csv'

  4. caricare come layer csv in umap e customizzare per un Level0 l'inserimento come nodi OSM


Supportive Contribution

Keep on updating openstreetmap guys. It is getting better and better. #makeopenstreetmapgreatagain

Keep on updating openstreetmap guys. It is getting better and better. #makeopenstreetmapgreatagain


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Sunday, 28. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Funny Street Name

Doing more TIGER verification, today. Changing the name "Ducks Head" to "Duck's Head Road" So I am wondering why they have chosen such a strange name as I look at the map and see the referenced duck in the map.

Doing more TIGER verification, today. Changing the name "Ducks Head" to "Duck's Head Road" So I am wondering why they have chosen such a strange name as I look at the map and see the referenced duck in the map.


Maps.Me loses OSM editing?

What's happened to maps.me app? I used to be able to add details to existing POI and now I just get "claim this business" which errors.

Obviously some attempt to better commercialise the app but massive shame for the OSM community.

Other apps to check out are Street Complete and (when it launches) the new Kory app.

What's happened to maps.me app? I used to be able to add details to existing POI and now I just get "claim this business" which errors.

Obviously some attempt to better commercialise the app but massive shame for the OSM community.

Other apps to check out are Street Complete and (when it launches) the new Kory app.


Pali Frecce Indicatrici Parco Settefralelli ( guidepost)

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Saturday, 27. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

The Awaza resort area and downtown Turkmenbashy

Last week on the margins of the Turkmenistan Gas Congress held in Awaza I did some update mapping of the the Awaza resort zone, with extensive use of Mapillary to capture imagery. Since the zone is now off-limits to private automobiles it was a rare opportunity to capture bus stops, new hotels and facilities, and generally to upgrade the map. I also added several names of streets in downtown T

Last week on the margins of the Turkmenistan Gas Congress held in Awaza I did some update mapping of the the Awaza resort zone, with extensive use of Mapillary to capture imagery. Since the zone is now off-limits to private automobiles it was a rare opportunity to capture bus stops, new hotels and facilities, and generally to upgrade the map. I also added several names of streets in downtown Turkmenbashy and edited the existing street names extensively to bring them into conformance with what is actually on street signs. Russian main name entries are now name:ru=* entries. I added two cemeteries, some street addresses, and edited a couple of streets based on GPS traces. The new expanded seaport, under construction by Gap Inşaat and due to be completed next year, has changed the coastline so I need to review recent satellite imagery and update that as well.

This weekend I added POIs to the new village of Bereketli Zaman, including the fire station and mosque, then added interpolation=* ways so the village should now be largely navigable by house number. It is a strictly cookie-cutter layout so deviation of the mapped house numbers from reality should be minimal.


OpenStreetMap Blog

New and renewed corporate members

Last October we introduced the new OSMF Corporate Membership tiers. We’d like to thank the following organisations who have entered or renewed onto the new corporate membership tiers:                               Toursprung         NextGIS   Your organization can become a Corporate Member for as […]

Last October we introduced the new OSMF Corporate Membership tiers. We’d like to thank the following organisations who have entered or renewed onto the new corporate membership tiers:

    

        

   

 

         

Toursprung         NextGIS

 

Your organization can become a Corporate Member for as little as €500 for ‘Supporter’ level, all the way up to €20,000 for ‘Platinum’ level. The above all opted for ‘Bronze’ level, except Toursprung and NextGIS who are ‘Supporters’. Coming soon we’ll bring you news of some new ‘Gold’ level members! Each level has different benefits but the biggest benefit of all is the knowledge that your organization is doing its part to support the growth and sustainability of the OpenStreetMap project. So thanks again to all our Corporate Members!


OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Work on some notes!

OpenStreetMap allows people to add notes to the map, people can comment and mark a problem as resolved. This is an easy way for mappers to talk to each other ("Is this mapped right?" "Yes I was there the other month, the aerial imgaery is old" "OK So"), and is an easy way for non-OSM people to provide simple feedback without needing to log in, and (importantly) not

OpenStreetMap allows people to add notes to the map, people can comment and mark a problem as resolved. This is an easy way for mappers to talk to each other ("Is this mapped right?" "Yes I was there the other month, the aerial imgaery is old" "OK So"), and is an easy way for non-OSM people to provide simple feedback without needing to log in, and (importantly) not break the map if they don't know what they are doing. Experienced mappers can use them to highlight areas or issues they think should be addressed.

There are now more than 1,000,000 notes in OSM. There was some discussion on the OSM main mailing list about this. Some people don't like how easy it is for some apps (Maps.me) to add notes, and complain about the amount of useless notes. Yes, a high signal to noise ratio can make things hard. However OSM is open and a wiki map. There shouldn't be barriers and gatekeepers. If you want only "approved" people to be able to add data to your map, go play with Google Map Maker.

The concern about signal to noise ratios is valid. There are a lot of notes now. About 250,000 open notes. (check on pascal neis' notes page).

So I'm going to make an effort to look at notes and try to fix up problems. Some cannot be solved from the armchair, but there are lots of new users leaving notes that can be closed, or which describe things which have since been mapped. And some are things you could map. I'm going to work my way through some of the notes in Ireland.

If we all take a few minutes each day to look at notes that people are submitting, we'll keep the map updated and fixed up.


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Friday, 26. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Descrição das atividades de 26/05/2017

Por meio de uma análise feita pelo site veracidade, que mostra registros da área geográfica de vários anos, fiz a marcação de um ponto em que em 1998 havia uma mata no local, mas por algum motivo foi retirada em cerca de 2007.

Por meio de uma análise feita pelo site veracidade, que mostra registros da área geográfica de vários anos, fiz a marcação de um ponto em que em 1998 havia uma mata no local, mas por algum motivo foi retirada em cerca de 2007.


Validation Scoop: Inconsistent edits observed

Resuming from previous diary posts, we would like to start off with interesting changesets we have observed over the last month. Nearly all of these changesets have been flagged by currently existing filters in OSMCha.

Here is what we found

♦ We found randomly added parks in the form of letters K N N in this changeset. This was detected while we were reviewing changesets from pok

Resuming from previous diary posts, we would like to start off with interesting changesets we have observed over the last month. Nearly all of these changesets have been flagged by currently existing filters in OSMCha.

Here is what we found

image We found randomly added parks in the form of letters K N N in this changeset. This was detected while we were reviewing changesets from pokemon nest by new user filter in OSMCha.

image Added park over residential area. Here is the changeset. This was detected by park added by new user filter.

image We found a juggling teddy bear in Belarus which was posted in the Russian forum. Here is the associated changeset.

image We found a changeset which consisted of fictional edits that were basically some names and random characters. This was flagged through feature overlap filter. Feature overlap filter takes a feature and downloads nearby features to check if there is an overlap. We have been testing this filter with thresholds of overlap. Code for this can be found here.

image We found fantasy water bodies over a residential buildings. This changeset was detected by waterbody added by new user filter.

image Similar fantasy parks and waterbodies were found in this changeset. It was detected by waterbody added by new user filter.

image A park was found over buildings. This changeset was detected by park added by new user.

image We noticed suspicious edits in Japan by a new user, who is adding random parks, waterbodies, footways etc. This was detected by Park added by new user , Waterbody added by new user, and Footway added by new user filters in OSMCha.

If you are interested in getting into details of Pokemon specific edit detection, you can refer to the previous diary post for better understanding.

This is a very small subset of issues we have reviewed. Rarely do we find these kind of intentional errors on the map. We also have come across some detailed mapping activity. One of those is this changeset which added some beautiful details to a castle in Ludwigsburg. ✨ gif

Look forward to more such validation scoops from us. Let us know if you have feedback on any of these OSMCha filters. It would be great to hear similar stories of inconsistent or detailed mapping activity that you have come across. Comment on this diary post and share them with us (We ❤️ screenshots).


CycleStreets

Intern vacancies Summer 2017

CycleStreets is seeking one or more paid interns to work on a variety of projects this summer. About CycleStreets CycleStreets is a social enterprise based in Cambridge, working to help get more people cycling by the provision of information on cycle-friendly routes, and various tools for use by cycle advocacy groups. We are best known for our journey […]

CycleStreets is seeking one or more paid interns to work on a variety of projects this summer.

About CycleStreets

CycleStreets is a social enterprise based in Cambridge, working to help get more people cycling by the provision of information on cycle-friendly routes, and various tools for use by cycle advocacy groups.

We are best known for our journey planner, aimed at finding practical cycle routes in urban environments. To do that effectively requires collating data from a variety of sources and configuring a routing engine to make the same decisions a knowledgeable cyclist would make to find a route to their destination. We are aiming to provide the highest quality cycle routing in the world that tries to ‘think like a cyclist’.

Our bike routing is used by our own website and apps, as well as in a range of third-party apps (such as Citymapper, Bike Hub, London cycle hire apps, etc.), as well as a variety of transport companies (SDG, Virgin East Coast, mxdata, Traveline Wales/Scotland, etc.). It is also being used for academic research and transport planning, e.g. the Propensity to Cycle Tool project.

The website also includes our Photomap – over 70,000 user-contributed photos of cycling related infrastructure from around the UK and beyond. These are used by activists to promote good practice and highlight problems to avoid in future. The Photomap also powers Local Authority websites such as the Urban Cycle Parking website for TfL. Further tools that present transport data that affects cycling are also in development.

CycleStreets also manages Cyclescape, a geographically-based discussion forum increasingly used by cycling campaign groups across the UK.

With our limited resources given over to focussing on keeping the core services up-to-date and responsive several areas have been left lagging and with work to do. We have a powerful API suite, but the front-end website and apps do not currently reflect its abilities in design and UI terms.

A wide range of potential development areas

Although improvements to our main codebase – the website – is our ideal focus, we’re happy to see work on any of our projects – routing engine, mobile apps, Cyclescape, etc.

The codebase for the main website is a rich collection of system configuration scripts, a low-level routing engine implementation, page-generation code, database procedures and webpage scripts – all written in commonly used mainstream languages. The codebase has been re-organised recently thanks to help from the previous year’s intern. This codebase primarily consists of over 200 PHP classes, using traditional inheritance/loading techniques, arranged as an MVC structure. Much of the core functionality has been converted to a public API (with over 40 calls in total) that powers the website and third-party apps/sites.

Much of our code is on Github and we are trying to get the main website there too.

Some specific areas we want help on are:

1. Overall website design

There’s an opportunity to update how CycleStreets presents itself to give the service a ‘personality’ – particularly on mobile. Here we’re mainly thinking about the look and feel but also what can be done with it.

2. Usability

Interaction with the journey planner works smoothest on desktop but there’s a lot of scope for improving mobile interactivity. Interaction of the journey planner with the map is one area that needs work, but there a lot of small things that would help such as, for instance prompting users’ frequently used locations when they search.

3. Integrating mobile and desktop

The codebase can serve webpages based on templates, and these are ready to be used by responsive stylesheets that will work on a variety of screen widths. Developments in this area could provide a major benefit to users on mobile.

4. Cycle route quality

Changes to the cycle routing engine are perhaps beyond the scope of a summer intern, unless you are starting from a more advanced base of knowledge. A major challenge is how to know if the suggested cycle route is good – and whether changes to input data or configuration parameters produce a better route or not. Ideas and developments of the testing regime could make a significant difference to route quality.

5. Elevation data

The routing engine takes into account the cost of hill climbing and that depends on accurate elevation data. There’s scope for adding to our library of data provided by countries such as Australia and Finland.

6. Geocoding

Maintaining an up-to-date way of translating text into a location has proven quite a distraction over the years. We’d really like to get on top of this issue and resolve it once and for all. It’s quite a well defined isolated project.

7. Work on our mobile apps

If you have skills in Android or Objective-C/Swift, we would also be willing to consider work on these also. The apps have been created by colleagues rather than the two of us who will be running the internship; accordingly we can’t provide training on the actual programming languages, but things like code structure and UI would be possible to be covered.

About the internship

This is an opportunity to get involved with a live and dynamic project that faces continual resource challenges. The successful candidates will have a choice of which projects to work on based on their own preferences and ideas. We’ll provide supervision and work together to define goals and help solve problems.

As an intern, you will be a proper part of the CycleStreets team, as a fully-paid employee over the summer period, with daily training and co-working.

Read about how our previous intern, Patrick, found the process.

The intern will be hired as an proper salaried employee, and we understand that a going rate in the area for an internship is around £400/week; we will also come to a flexible arrangement regarding working locations and/or expenses for public area working to ensure that the successful employee is never out-of-pocket.

The two/three -month paid internship will be based in Cambridge (UK). This is because we feel it is important that there is daily contact as this is aimed to be a two-way process providing lots of training.

As we work mainly from home, we’ll expect the intern to find their own workspace as we cannot provide an office environment. We’ll meet with you to discuss and plan your work schedule and ideas at internet cafes or meeting rooms in Cambridge, as well as online.

We are not expecting someone with many years of development experience, as such a person would be in a stable job, and the salary level is not intended to reflect this. What is more important to us is someone with the right mindset, a fast learner, who can work at a good rate. Being an internship, this will be a two-way arrangement, with us helping give the student knowledge of working in a large codebase and the challenges this brings – though we do want someone who is a self-starter that doesn’t need prodding constantly.

How to apply

To apply, drop us a line via e-mail by the end of Saturday 17th June 2017, explaining your interests, with your thoughts on our site (such as a critical analysis, maximum 2 pages at most), and point us to any code you have written (public code on Github is always a good sign).

We will contact all applicants by 5pm the Sunday 18th.

Interviews will take place on Monday 19th June and Tuesday 20th June.

 


weeklyOSM

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16/05/2017-22/05/2017 State of the OpenAddress data coverage in Europe 1 | © Michal Migurski © Mapbox © OpenStreetMap Contributors ODbL Mapping Dieterdreist wrote a proposal on aeroway=spaceport. The voting is open until May 30th. Yo paseopor calls to use the traffic sign recognition of Mapillary in OSM as nodes to capture traffic signs. On the […]

16/05/2017-22/05/2017

OpenAddress-Data in Europa

State of the OpenAddress data coverage in Europe 1 | © Michal Migurski © Mapbox © OpenStreetMap Contributors ODbL

Mapping

  • Dieterdreist wrote a proposal on aeroway=spaceport. The voting is open until May 30th.
  • Yo paseopor calls to use the traffic sign recognition of Mapillary in OSM as nodes to capture traffic signs.
  • On the tagging mailing list, Dave F wonders about the existence of toilets:wheelchair and wheelchair_toilet in the iD editor. After some discussion, he gets the information that a pre-selection for free texts information comes from Taginfo and thus can contain typos.

Community

  • User Hakuch published WikiRever, a tool that looks up who inserted or deleted a specific phrase from an OpenStreetMap Wiki page. He claims that it is easier to use than Wikiblame. (automatic translation)
  • The American Red Cross announces a job as “American Red Cross GIS Analyst” in Bogota, Colombia.

OpenStreetMap Foundation

  • OSM France has applied for recognition as a regional representative of the OSM Foundation.

Events

  • The Dresden OSM-Community is planning an OSM Summer camp on a weekend in August or September and is seeking expressions of interest (DE) before booking the venue.

Humanitarian OSM

  • Geoffrey Kateregga writes in the HOT blog about the malaria elimination mapping campaign, in which youth mappers from five universities in Uganda mapped 800,000 buildings. The three most active users got a scholarship to the SotM Africa.
  • The Jakarta Post reported on the collaboration of several humanitarian organisations to support disability and the poor in Indonesia.
  • Rebecca Firth searches on the HOT mailing list for experienced mappers to validate tasks in the District of Salima, Malawi.
  • C J Hendrix of the Centre for Humanitarian Data reported on the new automatic OSM exports for the HDX (Humanitarian Data Exchange), which were created in cooperation with HOT.

Maps

  • Are you searching for geolocations of Wikipedia articles on the OSM map? Alex-7 created a web app.
  • Black is beautiful: A bug in the latest carto style caused waterways with intermittent=yes to be rendered in black instead of dashed blue. The issue has been solved.

switch2OSM

  • Via Staziun is a project of the SBB and the Foundation My Handicap with the aim “to facilitate orientation at train stations: with current photos and information from all Swiss railway stations, collected and shared by other travellers”. The pictures are available in Mapillary but all other information is not available under a free and open license.

Open Data

  • [1] Michal Migurski presents the OpenAdresses project on the Mapbox blog and garnishes it with some nice statistics.

Software

Programming

  • The Mapbox Mobile SDK can be enhanced by plugins.
  • Christoph Lingg asked whether there is an easier-to-use OSM data format other than PBF. He would prefer the data in GeoJSON. Jochen Topf explained in detail where the problems are and suggested his export-branch of osmium which can export to GeoJSON.

Releases

Software Version Release date Comment
GeoServer 2.11.1 2017-05-19 37 bugfixes and some enhancements.
Traccar Client iOS 4.2 2017-05-15 Report by distance and angle.
Naviki iOS * 3.59 2017-05-16 Offline maps, Google login and some more bugs fixed.
Traccar Client Android 4.3 2017-05-16 No infos.
Kurviger Free * 10.0.25 2017-05-17 Address search and other improvements.
OpenMapTiles 2.3.0 2017-05-17 Minor bug fixes, tweaks and improvements.
Komoot Android * 9.1 2017-05-18 No infos.
MapContrib 1.7.10 2017-05-19 Display the localized version of the tag value in popup content.
Mapillary iOS * 4.6.16 2017-05-19 Fixed basemap bug that could result in empty map.
Maps.me Android * var 2017-05-19 No infos.
QGIS 2.18.8 2017-05-19 No infos.
StreetComplete 0.11 2017-05-21 New languages: Malayalam, Czech, Portuguese (PT)
Komoot iOS * 9.1.1 2017-05-22 Tour planning revised and simplified, indication of a fitness level for route selection.
OpenStreetMap Carto Style 3.3.1 2017-05-22 Bugfix release.
SQLite 3.19.0 2017-05-22 13 enhancements and six bugfixes.

Provided by the OSM Software Watchlist. Timestamp: 2017-05-22 19:23:05+02 UTC

(*) unfree software. See: freesoftware.

OSM in the media

  • João Pedro Leite blogs on GeekTime about the three map monopolists and why OpenStreetMap is a way out.

Other “geo” things

  • Andy Dearing explains why open source GIS software is so important and a driving factor, especially in the IoT (Internet of Things) environment.

Upcoming Events

Where What When Country
Manila San Juan City Mapa-thon by MapAm❤re , San Juan 29/05/2017 philippines
Leuven 2nd Leuven Monthly OSM Meetup 31/05/2017 belgium
Dusseldorf Stammtisch Düsseldorf 31/05/2017 germany
Dresden Stammtisch 01/06/2017 germany
Avignon State of the Map France 2017 02/06/2017-04/06/2017 france
Lviv Map Solutions 2017 03/06/2017 ukraine
Taipei OSM Taipei Meetup, MozSpace 05/06/2017 taiwan
Toronto Mappy Hour 05/06/2017 canada
Rostock Rostocker Treffen 06/06/2017 germany
London Missing Maps London Mapathon, Royal Geographic Society 06/06/2017 uk
Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 07/06/2017 germany
Montreal OSM monthly meetup at BANQ 07/06/2017 canada
Praha/Brno/Ostrava Kvartální pivo 07/06/2017 czech republic
Munich Münchner Stammtisch 08/06/2017 germany
Falkensee 108. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 09/06/2017 germany
Russia Tula Mapping Party, Tula 10/06/2017-11/06/2017
Takatsuki 【西国街道#05・初心者向け】万博探索マッピングパーティ 10/06/2017 japan
Passau Mappertreffen 12/06/2017 germany
Nantes Rencontres mensuelles 13/06/2017 france
Lyon Rencontre mensuelle libre 13/06/2017 france
Salzburg AGIT2017 05/07/2017-07/07/2017 austria
Kampala State of the Map Africa 2017 08/07/2017-10/07/2017 uganda
Champs-sur-Marne (Marne-la-Vallée) FOSS4G Europe 2017 at ENSG Cité Descartes 18/07/2017-22/07/2017 france
Boston FOSS4G 2017 14/08/2017-19/08/2017 united states
Aizu-wakamatsu Shi State of the Map 2017 18/08/2017-20/08/2017 japan
Patan State of the Map Asia 2017 23/09/2017-24/09/2017 nepal
Boulder State of the Map U.S. 2017 19/10/2017-22/10/2017 united states
Buenos Aires FOSS4G+State of the Map Argentina 2017 23/10/2017-28/10/2017 argentina
Lima State of the Map LatAm 2017 29/11/2017-02/12/2017 perú

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OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

Fountain Valley Urgent Care: A Complete Health Care Solution for You

Fountain Valley Urgent Care, a urgent care that provides both primary acre and walk-in facility for the residents of Fountain Valley including the boundaries of California. The physicians at our urgent care are well trained and skilled professionals, devoted for the resident of Californian be it an ache-pain, allergies and asthma, fever, also the facilities of X-rays and ultrasound.

For

Fountain Valley Urgent Care, a urgent care that provides both primary acre and walk-in facility for the residents of Fountain Valley including the boundaries of California. The physicians at our urgent care are well trained and skilled professionals, devoted for the resident of Californian be it an ache-pain, allergies and asthma, fever, also the facilities of X-rays and ultrasound.

For more details of the location of our urgent care center, get in touch with us on Yelp, Facebook or twitter. Where you are can hang out with us in anytime of needy or emergency.

Our center is fully equipped to take care of your regular medical needs. We offer immediate attention to walk-in patients with minor medical emergencies, including:

Aches & Pains Allergies & Asthma Anxiety Bladder Infections Broken Bones Bronchitis Burns Cough, Cold & Flu Cuts & Scratches Earaches Foreign Body Removal Headaches Fever Minor Lacerations Work Injuries Nausea Persistent Cough Pneumonia Pink Eye School & Sports Physicals Sinusitis Skin Rashes Sore Throat Sprains & Strains Strep Throat X-Rays

We accept a wide variety of insurance plans, including the Covered CA plans from Blue Cross, HealthNet, and some Blue Shield.


Excuse me, how do you use this map?

I have a program ,and want to make a map to show my staff's route. I copyed codes from the website of wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenLayers_Simple_Example , but these codes doesn't work . I ask for help ,which online file can I read to solve my problem or can you give me some example? Thanks for your help.

I have a program ,and want to make a map to show my staff's route. I copyed codes from the website of https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenLayers_Simple_Example , but these codes doesn't work . I ask for help ,which online file can I read to solve my problem or can you give me some example? Thanks for your help.


Alterações feitas no bairro Estancia Monazitica - Serra/ES

Dia 25 de Maio de 2017, Hoje fiz uma pesquisa usando o site veracidade.com onde se dá pra ver mudanças de locais através do tempo, melhor dizendo desde 1970 até 2012. Então diante da minha analise utilizei o OSM para marca dois pontos no meu bairro que se chama Estancia Monazitica, em um dos pontos pode se vem um lote vazio mais nem sempre ele foi vazio, antigamente naquele local era o Re

Dia 25 de Maio de 2017, Hoje fiz uma pesquisa usando o site veracidade.com onde se dá pra ver mudanças de locais através do tempo, melhor dizendo desde 1970 até 2012. Então diante da minha analise utilizei o OSM para marca dois pontos no meu bairro que se chama Estancia Monazitica, em um dos pontos pode se vem um lote vazio mais nem sempre ele foi vazio, antigamente naquele local era o Reviera ou melhor dizendo um clube dos anos 70 onde ocorria umas das melhores festas de carnaval. Já no segundo ponto, pode se ver atualmente um condomínio mais também nem sempre foi um condomínio, antigamente lá era uma área de vegetação, então podemos concluir que ouve desmatamento.

Thursday, 25. May 2017

OpenStreetMap User's Diaries

alterações que ocorreu no barrio das laranjeiras

Dia 25 de março foi entrado na plataforma ver a cidade, para ver as alterações que ocorreu durante 42 anos. A plataforma permite que você veja mudanças de 1970 até 2012. Podemos percebe que durante 47 anos atras tira uma área no barrio das laranjeiras, aonde podemos encontra muita água, é hoje encontramos casas.Acredita-se que por causa disso alaga quando chove nessa região

Dia 25 de março foi entrado na plataforma ver a cidade, para ver as alterações que ocorreu durante 42 anos. A plataforma permite que você veja mudanças de 1970 até 2012. Podemos percebe que durante 47 anos atras tira uma área no barrio das laranjeiras, aonde podemos encontra muita água, é hoje encontramos casas.Acredita-se que por causa disso alaga quando chove nessa região


Mapeando lugares históricos em Jacaraípe, Serra - ES, Brasil

Usando o site "veracidade.com.br" é possível visualizar as modificações no espaço físico ao longo do tempo através de um mapa. Visualizei uma área do meu bairro que não existe mais, é um lago que hoje grande parte do mesmo está aterrado, inclusive nota-se que essa área é uma área de constantes alagamentos. Então, usando a plataforma OSM, marquei essa mesma área no mapa atual, descreven

Usando o site "veracidade.com.br" é possível visualizar as modificações no espaço físico ao longo do tempo através de um mapa. Visualizei uma área do meu bairro que não existe mais, é um lago que hoje grande parte do mesmo está aterrado, inclusive nota-se que essa área é uma área de constantes alagamentos. Então, usando a plataforma OSM, marquei essa mesma área no mapa atual, descrevendo-a e rotulando como um lugar histórico.