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Add this place please

Posted by ain albaraha on 23 September 2017 in Arabic (العربية)

This place has not seen on the map?

I hope you can add this place to the map of Snab Chat by Google Map and thank you.

Name of place: Ain Al Baraha Ain AlBaraha

Newest https://www.google.com.sa/maps/place/%D8%B9%D9%8A%D9%86+%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8%D8%B1%D8%A7 % D8% AD% D8% A9% E2% 80% AD / @ 24.7690526,43.866501,12z / data =! 3m1! 4b1! 4m5! 3m4! 1s0x158427940337a4ed: 0x1e8686247bf7a63d! 8m2! 3d24.7740091! 4d43.8338783

Location: طريق الأمير مقرن بن عبد العزيز ـ عين البراحة, مشرفة, منطقة الرياض, السعودية

Viverone Mapping Party

Posted by Andrea Musuruane on 23 September 2017 in Italian (Italiano)

Poster Domenica 1° ottobre 2017 OpenStreetMap organizza un mapping party a Viverone (BI).

L’evento si svolge in collaborazione con il BiLUG Biella Linux User Group, l'IvLUG Ivrea Linux User Group, lo ZAC! Hackers' Café di Ivrea, la Compagnia dell’Armanac di Santhià e con il patrocinio e supporto del Comune di Viverone e dell'Associazione Slowland Piemonte.

OpenStreetMap (OSM) è un progetto aperto per creare e rendere disponibili dati cartografici, liberi e gratuiti, con una logica collaborativa simile a quella di Wikipedia.

Un mapping party è un evento durante il quale nuovi appassionati ed esperti si ritrovano per rilevare un luogo e passare una giornata insieme. Tutti sono benvenuti e in particolare chi vuole saperne di più su OpenStreetMap e gli open data.

Il ritrovo è fissato per le 9.45 presso la Biblioteca, Via Umberto I 109, 13886 Viverone (BI).

Il programma sarà il seguente:

  • ore 9.45 ritrovo presso la biblioteca
  • ore 10.00 inizio lavori e spiegazione introduttiva
  • ore 10.30 divisione in gruppi e passeggiata con raccolta dati attraverso le vie di Viverone
  • ore 13.00 pranzo al sacco
  • ore 14.00 elaborazione dei dati raccolti e inserimento dei dati in OpenStreetMap
  • ore 18.00 conclusione della giornata

L’organizzazione fornirà le nozioni necessarie per poter raccogliere i dati sul territorio e le mappe cartacee su cui appuntarli. Alcuni collaboratori di OpenStreetMap seguiranno e aiuteranno i neofiti durante la rilevazione.

Chi vuole può portare:

  • un ricevitore GPS, per acquisire tracce GPX e annotare waypoint
  • un macchina fotografica digitale, per georeferenziare le foto
  • uno smartphone, da usare come ricevitore GPS o come macchina fotografica digitale, oppure per l'uso di applicazioni specifiche (OsmAnd, OSM tracker, OSM Contributor, Street Complete, Vespucci)
  • un computer portatile, per l'inserimento dei dati tramite JOSM

Durante la giornata sarà presente anche Alessandro Palmas, Project Manager OpenStreetMap per Wikimedia Italia.

Per motivi organizzativi, si pregano gli interessati di segnalare la loro partecipazione.

Ulteriori dettagli si possono trovare su http://tinyurl.com/Viverone oppure https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Viverone_mapping_party

Per adesioni e informazioni: mappingviverone@gmail.com

State of the map Asia - 2017 and talk on multilingual maps of the world!

Posted by BharataHS on 22 September 2017 in English (English)

Excited to be attending and presenting at the State of the Asia - 2017 conference for the first time at Nepal. I will be talking on Sunday (24th September) about how we are building multilingual map of the world by linking OpenStreetMap with Wikidata - an amazing open data project by Wikimedia foundation. If you are interested about this, attend the talk in Banyan hall at 11:15 AM on Sunday, 24th.

Arabic map of the world. (View full screen map)

blog-gif6 An interactive map built to live query the translations in Wikidata and to compare the similar sounding translations from various languages

Location: Khadkagaon, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Bagmati, Central Development Region, Nepal

[書きかけ]日本におけるクライシスマッピングの歴史

Posted by muramototomoya on 22 September 2017 in Japanese (日本語)

を書く予定

CANCHAS

Posted by Caleidoscopic on 21 September 2017 in Spanish (Español)

Actualizando campos deportivos.

San Diego County Bus Stops and Bus Routes

Posted by mds08011 on 21 September 2017 in English (English)

I am in the process of trying to update and add bus stops and bus routes in San Diego County. The majority of current bus-stops are based on old data and are many are just a single located at an intersection. MTS and SANDAG have new SHP layers and update this information quarterly. I am approaching this in pieces so as to not break any functionality of the existing bus routes in OSM. However, from what I have seen, the vast majority of bus stops need to be changed and many routes are not added yet.

http://www.sangis.org/

TRANSIT_STOPS_GTFS Publication Date: 2017-06-28 Summary: Public transit stops and stations covering the County of San Diego. Bus, commuter and light rail, and trolley stops managed by the San Diego County Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) and the North County Transit District (NCTD). Data is developed from the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data available from the transitland feed registry (formerly from the GTFS Data Exchange). Layer is updated quarterly and may not reflect most current route information.

TRANSIT_ROUTES_GTFS Publication Date: 2017-06-28 Summary: Public transit routes covering the County of San Diego. Bus, commuter and light rail, and trolley routes managed by the San Diego County Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) and the North County Transit District (NCTD). Data is developed from the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data available from the transit land feed registry (formerly from the GTFS Data Exchange). Layer is updated quarterly and may not reflect most current route information.

Streets as Areas

Posted by BjornRasmussen on 21 September 2017 in English (English)

I recently added "area roads" to downtown Durham, NC. I made the surface of the roads visible on Openstreetmap. I was wondering if their is any specific way to map road areas. I currently map them as "area = highway" and "highway = service". Feel free to check it out!

Downtown Durham http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/35.99361/-78.89968

Downtown Chapel Hill http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/35.91627/-79.05645

Chapel Hill Public Library http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/35.93251/-79.03549

All three links lead to a place in Openstreetmap where I mapped roads as areas.

I anyone else mapped roads as areas, please reply a link to the location!

Location: 318, American Tobacco Historic District, Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, 27701, United States of America

A hospital on every street corner in South Korea?

Posted by ff5722 on 21 September 2017 in English (English)

I'm tempted to replace all those named as clinic by the tag amenity=clinic, but maybe someone who has lived in Korea can confirm if that's appropriate?

Use this to find them: http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/rRX

Location: 상공로 134번길, Daedo-dong, North Gyeongsang, South Korea

Randonnée au Toit d'Orsay - Grotte du chateau de Corbeville

Posted by lucbeaupere on 21 September 2017 in French (Français)

3,7 km - Départ Gare RER B Le Guichet , Rue de Versailles, Impasse des Muriers, Chemin dans le Bois de Corbeville, Retour, Impasse des Muriers, Rue de Versailles, Rue du Fond du Guichet, Rue Aristide Briand, Rue du Guichet, Chemin du Libernon, Rue Bossuet, passerelle sur l'Yvette, Arrivée Promenade Lecomte deLisle.

Location: Le Grand Viltain, Saclay, Palaiseau, Essonne, Île-de-France, France métropolitaine, 91400, France

Xmitv Телевизоры Xiaomi в Москве.

Posted by Xmitv on 21 September 2017 in Russian (Русский)

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Location: Аэропорт, Москва, Северный административный округ, Москва, Центральный федеральный округ, РФ

私家訳Organized Editing Policy

Posted by muramototomoya on 21 September 2017 in Japanese (日本語)

本エントリーは、Organized Editing Policy (https://osm-dwg.limequery.org/741554) の私家訳です。意訳を多分に含みます。アンケート本文はnyampireさんの訳 (http://qiita.com/nyampire/items/c801b0bc562436951f9a) をどうぞ。

--ここから--

組織的編集に関するガイドライン

OSMが始まったころは、趣味の範囲で空いた時間を利用してマッピングを行う活動が主なものでした。マッパーは好きなものをマッピングし、好きなツールを使い、自分がマッピングした内容に対して自分で責任を負っていました。

OSMが拡大するにつれ、組織でマッピングする活動が増えてきました。企業がマッピングチームを雇い、特定の地域や特定の用途を想定してマッピングをおこない、OSMデータを改良しています。他にも学校の授業でOSMマッピングするような、非有償のグループ活動もあります。

このような組織的マッピング活動は、今日ではOSM活動の一部分となっており、正しく活動が進められたならば、OSMがより良いものになり、知名度も上がります。

個人マッパーと組織マッピンググループの間で、コミュニケーションを円滑に行い、どの参加メンバーも平等であることを明確にするため、OSMFデータ・ワーキンググループでは組織的マッピンググループに対するガイドラインを策定中です。ガイドラインでは組織的マッピンググループに対して一定の透明性確保を要請する予定です。例えば、チームメンバーのアカウントを開示することなどが挙げられますが、すでに多くのグループが自主的におこなっている内容でもあります。

ガイドラインに対してOSMコミュニティが何を期待しているのかを把握するため、アンケートを準備しました。このアンケートは、OSMを編集している人、これから編集しようと思っている人、個人マッパー、マッピンググループの一員などすべての人を対象にしています。アンケートの結果をもとに、ガイドラインをより良いものにしていきます。

本アンケートおよび策定されるガイドラインにおいては、paid mapping(有償マッピング)を、「他の人または団体から、何をマッピングするのか指示され、その報酬として金銭を受領したOSM編集」と定義します。また、other organised mapping(その他組織的マッピング)を、「他の人または団体から、何をマッピングするのか指示されるが、金銭を受領しないOSM編集」と定義します。

アンケートは12問あります。

Projeto Cocal do Sul

Posted by Mnemocinesis on 21 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

Hoje, eu entrei no projeto Projeto Cocal do Sul. Nele, vamos mapear todas as construções e vias da cidade de Cocal do Sul, SC.

Eu não sou muito bom com diários, então, por hoje é isso...

A cow made of corn

Posted by Minh Nguyen on 20 September 2017 in English (English)

It’s corn maze season in North America: for a couple months, farms all over are inviting folks to explore mazes they’ve cut out of corn fields.

CVNP A corn maze in Northeast Ohio by David Fulmer, CC BY 2.0.

In OpenStreetMap, several corn mazes have been micromapped across Southwest Ohio. The designs change each fall, so the mazes have to be micromapped all over again.

Wendel Farms pumpkins Look sideways: these pumpkins at Wendel Farms were previously visible in Bing and other aerial imagery, but the ways clearly need to be deleted now that the pumpkin design has been cut down (and replaced).

None of the aerial imagery providers have this fall’s maze designs yet – after all, these doodles are only weeks old in some cases. So I turned to the farms’ websites and Facebook pages, where farmers have posted aerial photos of their own mazes. I wrote to them, briefly describing OpenStreetMap and asking permission to update the map based on their photos. A few got back to me, happily giving permission. It’s free publicity for them, after all.

Wendel Farms cow This year, Wendel Farms’s corn maze depicts a cow surrounded by various dairy products.

Since my preferred editor, iD, currently lacks support for overlaying arbitrary images, I built a copy locally and modified it to display the photo above the normal imagery and below the data. Using my browser’s Web inspector, I added a pattern to the SVG document’s <defs> element:

<pattern patternUnits="userSpaceOnUse" id="maze" width="956" height="1174">
    <image x="0" width="956" height="1174" href="dist/img/pattern/maze.jpg" y="200" />
</pattern>

and overrode the CSS style of the <path> element representing the edges of the field:

.area-fill > .w107158117 {
    fill: url("#maze") !important;
}

I probably could’ve done something more sophisticated to keep the image anchored while panning and zooming, but this was good enough for a quick, informal micromapping project.

Wendel Farms cow

Not too long from now, these corn mazes will’ve been cut down and plowed under, and the paths will also be deleted from OpenStreetMap in anticipation of next year’s corn maze season. But a snapshot of this fall’s designs will eventually appear in the standard aerial imagery and remain there for years to come. As a result, mappers can compare a corn maze’s appearance and the date on which the maze was micromapped to determine the vintage of the surrounding area’s imagery.

In the meantime, if you poke around Southwest Ohio, be on the lookout for cows and other scenes hidden among the cornstalks.

Location: State Line Road, Reily Township, Butler County, Indiana, United States of America

Survey on organised editing

Posted by OSMF Data Working Group on 20 September 2017 in English (English)

The Data Working Group is conducting a survey as part of its work on a policy covering paid mapping.

When OpenStreetMap started, it was largely a project of hobbyists contributing to OSM in their spare time. They chose freely what to map and which tools to use, and they took individual responsibility for their contributions.

The continuing growth and popularity of OSM have also brought more and more organised mapping efforts, mostly in the form of companies setting up paid data teams to improve OSM data in specific regions or for specific use cases, but also unpaid groups like school classes that are directed to work on OSM.

These organised mapping efforts are an integral part of today's OSM contribution landscape and, when done well, help make OSM better and more widely known.

In order to ensure good communication, and a level playing field, between individual community members and organised editing groups, the OSMF Data Working Group has been tasked with developing guidelines for organised groups. These guidelines will above all set out some transparency requirements for organised groups - things that are already voluntarily followed by most groups today, like informing the mapping community about which accounts edit for the team.

We have prepared the following survey with a few questions about such a policy to give us a better understanding of what the mapping community expects from such a policy. The survey is aimed at everyone editing (or planning to edit) in OSM, whether as individual mappers or as part of a team, and your answers will help us in fleshing out a draft policy.

Within the scope of the survey, and the policy to be written, we define paid mapping (or paid editing) as any editing in OSM performed by someone who is told by a third party what to map (and potentially also how to map it) and who receives money in exchange. We define other organised mapping (or editing) as any editing that is also steered by a third party, but where no money is paid.

Please participate in our survey here: https://osm-dwg.limequery.org/741554

Gravar tracks / trilhas usando gps automotivos

Posted by Tomio on 19 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

As vias dos novos loteamentos normalmente não estão visíveis nas imagens satelitais disponíveis no OSM para edição, em razão da frequência de atualização das mesmas. A solução é percorrer as novas vias, gravando tracks/trilhas gpx para utilizar nas edições.

Realizei alguns testes comparativos, gravando alguns tracks utilizando um gps automotivo Garmin Nuvi 2580 e um gps de mão, o Garmin 76csx.

Para obter uma maior precisão, em ambos gps foram desativadas a função "Lock on road". Isto é muito importante, para forçar o gps a gravar a sua real localização. Sem este procedimento, o equipamento realiza "correções" a fim de coincidir a localização com o mapa visualizado na tela, obtendo um track impreciso.

No Garmin 76csx, o procedimento consiste em: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Garmin/eTrex_Vista_HCx

Nos gps automotivos Garmin Nuvi, o procedimento varia um pouco conforme o equipamento, mas de forma geral:
- nuvi 1000 ou superior: http://www.gpsinfo.com.br/viewtopic.php?t=4581
- nuvi 2xx e 7xx: http://nastrilhas.com.br/site/index.php/gps/23-garmin/17-gravar-um-tracklog-no-garmin-nuvi-2xx-e-7xx
- nuvi: http://www.mundooutdoor.com.br/melhorando-tracklog/

Após a gravação, foi realizado o efeito comparativo e concluíu-se que a diferença entre os tracks gravados pelos equipamentos é praticamente desprezível:

  • Exemplo 01:

  • Exemplo 02:

  • Exemplo 03:

Assim, os colaboradores do OSM que quiserem utilizar seus gps automotivos para obter tracks para edição, podem fazê-lo sem maiores problemas. Ou podem ser adquiridos equipamentos usados a preços reduzidos, viabilizando os mapeamentos.

Quem tiver interesse, mesclei os tracks do gps Garmin 2580 com o Garmin 76 e subi para as trilhas do OSM:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505114:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505117:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505110:

Kathmandu beckons

Posted by ramyaragupathy on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Quite excited to be at the SOTM Asia 2017 Conference in Kathamandu this weekend. This year I'll be talking about my OpenStreetMap readiness assessment work and walk through on how the approach varies from prior art, opening new avenues for mappers to explore data coverage.

I'm also collaborating with Jennings Anderson on his contributor metrics analysis & trying to understand how does mapping community health reflects on the readiness work.

If you're at Kathmandu this weekend, do catch me up for more conversation over a Chiya! 👋

note

Posted by Jomals on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Hurricane Irma, Mexican Earthquake, Bangladesh Floods

Milestone

Posted by elmoneto on 19 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

Depois de alguns meses de dedicação e aproximadamente 23 mil buildings adicionadas, atingi a meta de desenhar casas e demais edificações em todas as vias da área urbana de São Gabriel (RS). Ao todo, 37 bairros e 3 núcleos urbanos autônomos. Faltam casas que estão encobertas ou que ainda não aparecem nas imagens aéreas, as quais serão adicionadas quando eu ou outros mapeadores formos coletar dados a campo (o que eu considero a melhor parte do mapeamento). A tarefa por muitas vezes parecia interminável mas vendo o resultado final valeu o esforço. O trabalho agora é de melhorar o mapeamento na zona rural de São Gabriel em paralelo com outras tarefas na região central e campanha do Rio Grande do Sul. Espero que com a geometria disponível, usuários sejam incentivados a adicionar informações, como numeração e nomes de estabelecimentos, relativas a cada building.

Zona urbana de São Gabriel, RS

Location: Núcleo Habitacional Fernando Ferrari, Camobi, Sede, Santa Maria, Microrregião de Santa Maria, Mesorregião Centro-Ocidental Rio-Grandense, Rio Grande do Sul, Região Sul, Brasil

First Mapping Project

Posted by Ben7k on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Started on project #2286 for a university project.

Helped out on #3593 , which was mapping buildings on Montserrat as the island is currently at risk of flooding and mud slides from Hurracan Maria.

À Rennes, le musée se cartographie de l'intérieur

Posted by PanierAvide on 19 September 2017 in French (Français)

Pour les journées européennes du patrimoine 2017, les contributeurs OpenStreetMap d'Ille-et-Vilaine ont réalisé une cartographie du Musée de Bretagne (Rennes) et de ses oeuvres majeures. Une contribution innovante puisque peu de musées sont encore cartographiés précisément en intérieur dans OSM.

Pour en savoir plus : https://openstreetmap.fr/musee-bretagne-indoor

Location: Colombier - Champ de Mars, Centre, Quartiers Centre, Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France métropolitaine, 35700, France