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Memory hog?

Posted by Yoshinion on 24 November 2017 in English (English)

OSM is taking up huge amounts of memory on my Chromebook. Is this a known issue or is it because of the huge amounts of tiles, features, etc. that defines OSM?

Geoweek 2017 with students from the University of San Carlos [Cebu, PH]

Posted by GOwin on 24 November 2017 in English (English)

Earlier today, we (belatedly) celebrated Geoweek 2017 with students from the University of San Carlos of Talamban, Cebu. Many thanks to Ms. Rose Lapad (Cebuano Studies Center) and Ms. Lalia Labajo (Chairperson, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and History) for accommodating the mini workshop to introduce OpenStreetMap to their students.

We were able to do basic editing with iD, work with the Tasking Manager, and capture a few Mapillary imagery of the campus, plus the usual Q&As for beginners.

Group photo of participants of the Geoweek micro-workshop. © 2017, Debra Ouano. image

Also, as a short, half-hour mapping exercise, we digitized the fetures of a remote settlement near the Abuno river, in the city's outskirts,

Screen-grab from the Tasking Manager managed by Mapbox image

Screen-grab of the AOI from the JOSM editor image

Digital humanitarians at work. Results of remote mapping a remote neighborhood in Cebu image

A few early ones, joined the Mapillary imagery collection demo session.

Participants from the optional, Mapillary session. (ɔ) 2017, Erwin Olario image

A group-fie. (ɔ) 2017, Erwin Olario image

Mapillary screen-grab, showing imagery collected in University of San Carlos, Talamban Cebu image

Thank you Carolinians! I hope to see more mapping activities in your neighborhoods soon.

Location: Maria Luisa Estate, Cebu City, Cebu, Central Visayas, 6000, Philippines

#BC2020 Mapathons

Posted by Noznoc on 23 November 2017 in English (English)

North Battleford, SASK, task (You can see the visualization here and this entry can also be seen on my website.)

BC2020

Building Canada 2020 project (BC2020) is a community-led initiative driven by a simple and clear vision: map all buildings in Canada on OpenStreetMap (OSM) by the year 2020. While interning at Mapbox, the Community Team supported my participation in the BC2020, but but my involvement actually initiated from my work at Statistics Canada on the Crowdsourcing project, as well as my personal interests in volunteered geographic information. For more details about the project, check out the Mapbox "Points of Interest" blog post I wrote.

Though conceptually simple, mapping all buildings in all of Canada on OSM is no simple task. Without a large and diverse group of individuals that are willing to maintain participation, we may find that contirbutions decline with time, as has been seen in many past crowdsourcing projects. Interest usually starts strong, which has been the case so far in BC2020, but other priorities can affect a volunteer's ability to remain committed to a proect, and thus participation can weaken or even stop. Therefore, in my opinion, the success of BC2020 comes from continuous engagement and education to various private and public organizations across all of Canada, which includes NGOs, government entities at various geographic levels, local citizens and experienced OSM contributors, and academic institutions.

Mapathon Organization

There has been a growing interest to incorporate OSM into academia, which I have witnessed online and which my former and current colleagues have informed me they witnessed at the HOT Summit in Ottawa (Sept. 14-15, 2017). With this in mind, Mapbox's Community Team and I believed engaging with Canadian post-secondary institutions would be a great opprotunity to educate academics and students, as well as other interested individuals, about OSM and how to contribute data onto OSM for BC2020 during OSMGeoWeek (Nov. 12-18, 2017) in a meaningful way!

When beginning, I wanted to ensure that the leaders for each mapathon had a GIS background, so I decided to reach out to individuals at various universities and colleges across Canada that were affiliated with either Geothink or were the heads of Geography libraries. After solidifying interest from 8 different groups (2 in BC, 1 in ATLA, 1 in MAN, 3 in ON, 1 in QC), I created a wiki page documenting guidelines and resources for hosting mapathons specifically for mapping buildings on OSM. I also helped identify the area of interest (AOI) that each mapathon would armchair map. Since I wanted to avoid beginner mappers adding buildings within already mapped regions on OSM, I scanned rural Canadian regions on OSM that I suspected would be unmapped. After identifying a suitable region, I then researched whether or not that region had an already existing open dataset of buildings that could be imported. If there was no existing dataset, I concluded that the region was appropriate for the mapathon. Some universities even reached out to their AOI's municipality to see if there were building footprint open datasets that could be imported instead (in which case they would have selected a different region as importing requires more expertise). The municipalities who stated they did not also expressed support for the initiative! It was warming to see eager mapathon leaders connecting with local municipalities, and even local OSM contributors, to collaborate.

Once the AOIs were picked, I wanted to develop tasks in the Canadian Tasking Manager for the mapathons so that the participants had clear instructions on how to map buildings on OSM with the iD editor. (Note: JOSM would have been preferred because the building_tools plug-in makes adding buildings seamless, but there is a learning curve because JOSM's graphical interface is not user-friendly.) After communicating with a Canadian OSM community member about my intentions, I was granted admin rights to create projects in the Tasking Manager. The image below shows a task I created for North Battleford, SASK.

North Battleford, SASK, task

Data Visualization

After the mapathons took place between Nov. 10 - 17, I wanted to analyze and visualize the contributed data. First, I used Overpass Turbo to see what buildings were contributed in the 8 AOIs that were mapped; so, on Nov. 20, I zoomed into each AOI and used the following query to select the OSM buildings contributed from the mapathons: building=yes and newer:7day. I then opened each query within JOSM and saved them as individual OSM XMLs to ensure I didn't lose the metadata, which would have been the case if I directly saved the queries as GeoJSONs from Overpass Turbo. Next, I used osmtogeojson to convert the OSM XMLs to GeoJSONs for each AOI. I then imported the GeoJSONs into QGIS to assess the data. Some GeoJSONs had point and polygon data, but I only imported the polygon data into QGIS. In QGIS, I calculated the total number of contributors and buildings for each AOI. After analyzing the data, I merged all GeoJSONs together using geojson.io. I saved the merged GeoJSON and then used tippecanoe to convert the GeoJSON into a vector tileset. Lastly, I imported the tileset into Mapbox Studio to create a custom style (although I used Mapbox's Standard style as the starting point).

With all the data cleaned, I was ready to create the data visualization. I used Mapbox's Malaria Mapping visualization as a guide, but instead of running the repo's scripts, I just altered the timestamps in Sublime Text (e.g., 2017-11-17T21:26:38+00:00 to 20171117). After adjusting the timestamps, I used Mapbox GL JS to create the time slider functionality. I also wanted every mapathon participant to see their contributions, so I added a button for each participating organization. This way a mapathon leader or participant can be directed to their AOI and review their contributions and stats. From my interactions with the visualization, it was neat to see how some AOIs had mapping done over multiple days.

Validation

I believe validation is very important for BC2020, and more generally to OSM. It is not just about adding data, but about having data that is reliable. Also, validation is especially important because most mapathon participants were beginner armchair mappers and new to OSM. I wanted to make sure the visualization supports validation efforts, thus I added popups so users could select a building footprint and then be directed to that specific building in the iD editor. Also, whenever a user zooms into a selected AOI, they can click on a button to be directed to the task in the Canadian Tasking Manager, or directed to review the validation documentation I wrote up in the wiki. You can see the visualization here!

Conclusion

My work isn't done yet; it is just beginning. I am working with the universities to conduct validation and I intend on adapting the visualization to handle dynamic data that visualizations all changesets with #bc2020 in the comments. Please let me know if you are intersted in contributing or helping in any capacity! As mentioned above, the success of BC2020 requires a group of active participants!

Hi Friends

Posted by farhadGuli on 23 November 2017 in English (English)

I'm from iraq kurdistan,zakho,batifa, I love this site its very useful, by this I added many roads and new places to my unknown town called batifa, I love the way you accept all our new suggestions about adding new place and roads. I'm happy for helping with you, openmapstreet its NO1 best map site.

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#batifa #kurdistan

Location: Batifa, Zakho District, Dohuk, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq

Toponimo " Mitz' e Padrillana"

Posted by Giovannigianni on 23 November 2017 in Italian (Italiano)

dovro' inserire nella Mappa OSM nei pressi Cuili 'e Garapiu il toponimo "Mitz' e Padrillana"

A user study to understand human cognition influence on data classification quality

Posted by grass_and_green on 23 November 2017 in English (English)

Dear participants,

Thank you for helping science and supporting voluntary geographic contents. The contents which have been exclusively collected by voluntary efforts. In these contents, public with local knowledge is the main source of information. Thus, we are (as a computer scientist) concerning with human cognition influence on data classification. Human perceives things differently.

For example, regarding landuse/landcover classification, we could agree on that a parcel of land is covered by grass or water which is an abstract level of classification. However, whether this parcel is a park, a garden, a cemetery, or even a golf court might be perceived differently. Whether this water body is a pond, a lake or a reservoir likely requires finer measures, geographic knowledge, and particular expertise.

Therefore, we developed a study to understand more about how people perceive geographic contents remotely. The study aims to:

  • find out human capabilities to provide landuse data.
  • understand the influence of classification mechanism and schema on data quality.
  • study human behaviors in providing voluntary data, and
  • emphasis challenges of data classification in voluntary contents.

The study takes about 25-30 min. We do not collect any personally identifiable information. Thank you again for your time and your contribution. To participate in the study press here

Don't hesitate to contact me for further comments and feedbacks.

Best regards,

Dr. Ahmed Loai Ali

loai@informatik.uni-bremen.de

Location: Altstadt, Mitte, Stadtbezirk Bremen-Mitte, Bremen, Free and Hanseatic City of Bremen, 28195, Germany

#MY INTEREST IN MAPPING

Posted by jonisia93 on 23 November 2017 in English (English)

I became involved in mapping in 2015 when i joined with my fellow youth mapper in HOT. We Mapped some wards in Dar es salaam like Vingunguti , Mwananyamara, Hanannasif and Mzimuni ward on which we mapped some featured like Drainage features, roads, building features also those areas which are vulnerable for floods . Tools which where used were like GPS, JOSM software, Also there were involvement of community members in order to create awareness in the community about mapping. It was very interesting exercise .

Announcing my candidacy for OSMF Board Elections 2017

Posted by David Dean on 22 November 2017 in English (English)

I have been an active OpenStreetMapper since 2007 (and an OSMF member since early 2016), and have been organising Mapping Parties in my local city of Brisbane, Australia since 2008 (although both activities were a bit quiet for a few years in the middle there - sorry about that!). I want to join the OSMF Board to primarily help increase representation from the AU/NZ/South Pacific Region, and indigenous populations worldwide, and secondarily to bring my decades of expertise in machine-learning to the upcoming challenges of integrating automated mapping with the local-community focus that should always drive OSM contributions.

Since coming back into OSM solidly in the last 5 months, I have re-caught the mapping bug big time. I have mapped locally, and across the world for the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, every single day since July! I am working on re-ramping up my involvement in the project significantly, and I am performing outreach in the local spatial community to increase the awareness of both OSM and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. I particular enjoy teaching and introducing new members to the project, and have run two Missing Maps events, alongside other local Mapping Parties, and I will continue to organise events locally every month.

I am an active participant of HOT mapping efforts, and I believe strongly in the ability of remote mapping to provide a great starting point for local communities to take ownership of their maps. In fact, I believe that this is the first and foremost principle of OpenStreetMap, that if anything is taking away, or discouraging, local ownership of the map it is probably not a good idea.

If elected, I would seek to improve the representation of the needs of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific mappers towards the OSMF Board. In particular, I am very interested, and already working towards, how the OpenStreetMap project and communities can extend our community, models and techniques towards indigenous populations around the world. Indigenous populations often look at the world differently than the Euro-centric origins of the OpenStreetMap project, but I believe that some of the valuable lessons already learnt by HOT in how local disadvantaged communities can take ownership of their maps can be extended and improved upon for the indigenous populations of Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, and around the world. To be clear, I am not indigenous myself, but I am in already in the process of building relationships to work towards this goal in the Greater Brisbane area, then hopefully across the entire region, and the world!

One other aspect that I would like to bring to the board will be the present and future impact of automation, machine-learning and/or artificial intelligence on OpenStreetMapping, both generally and specifically for Humanitarian Mapping. It might appear that this is antithetical to my belief in local communities owning local maps, but that is why I want to focus on using these powerful techniques in ways that promote, rather than degrade, local ownership.

I have more than a decade of machine-learning experience, and I want to investigate existing techniques in development by Facebook, Development Seed and others, and develop new ones, and I am working with a team at the University of Queensland to begin a study on how these and similar techniques can be opened to all mappers through the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Tasking Manager and editing tools in a way that ensures that remote and local mappers are assisted directly in our mapping tools, rather than having the output of an algorithm imported widescale without their direct involvement in the process. I am in particular interested in efforts that can focus on getting ML to people on the ground in things like FieldPapers, and in apps like StreetComplete, Kort and OpenMapKit. We need many more of these great simple-survey focussed approaches, and I think ML can help with guiding these efforts.

You can find out more about me at https://dbdean.com, and my OSM profile at https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/David%20Dean contains links to my many OSM-related activities. If you have any questions, or want to get in contact, please don’t hesitate to ask me here, by email at ddean@ieee.org, or at the Election to Board Talk Page at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Talk:Foundation/AGM17/Election_to_Board, where I will begin to wade through the many existing questions shortly.

Thanks, and Happy Mapping!

Location: Merthyr, New Farm, Brisbane, Brisbane City, Queensland, 4102, Australia

ЕженедельникОСМ 382

Posted by Sadless74 on 22 November 2017 in Russian (Русский)

Опубликован ЕженедельникОСМ 382 - краткие новости о происходящем в мире ОСМ.

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  • 07/11/2017-13/11/2017

  • hdyc

  • Ассоциация немецких велосипедистов ADFC создала мотивирующую карту для администрации Дрездена, Германия. [1] | © Mapbox, © OpenStreetMap Mitwikende, oDbL © Нильс Ларсон (Nils Larson)

Картографирование

  • Юрий Астрахан в почтовой рассылке Talk возобновил обсуждение об инструменте для внесения механических изменений (теперь он называется Sophox). Доводы Юрия для создания таких инструментов воспринимаются многими необоснованными, и их разработка это попытка игнорировать все неписанные правила в OSM.

  • Энрико спрашивает в почтовой рассылке по тэгированию, как отметить религиозную роспись «Affresco votivo» на итальянском языке.

  • Через Twitter моменты, участник sev_osm продемонстрировал более 10 информационных и обучающих семинаров в CarteInnov под руководством Les Libres Geographes (LLG) и местных картографов OSM. Этот проект, поддерживаемый Международной организацией Франкофонии (OIF), направлен на создание открытой карты для заинтересованных сторон в области цифровых инноваций в Гаити, Мадагаскаре и 12 африканских странах. Данные размещаются в OSM и редактируются с помощью MapContrib.

  • Вы можете проголосовать за обновлённое предложения по тэгированию пожарных гидрантов до 27 ноября. Первоначальная версия не достигла необходимого большинства голосов для принятия.

  • Голосование за предложение по тэгированию Метро началось и завершится 24 ноября. Некоторые участники, включая компании, которые уже картировали станции метро, критикуют предложение в почтовой рассылке по тэгирования.

  • Гейб Эплтон (Gabe Appleton) представил своё предложение по тэгированию времени работы светофоров и ожидает конструктивной критики.

  • Участник BeKri жалуется (de) (автоматический перевод) на немецком форуме о чрезвычайно большом количестве новых пользователей Wheelmap в Мюнхене, которые очень часто вводят POI дважды или отмечают их в неправильных местах. Хольгер (Holger) из Wheelmap обещает новый редактор, который может редактировать только тэги wheelchair=* и toilet:wheelchair=*.

Сообщество

  • Разработчики приложения Jungle Bus твитнули о том, что им нужна помощь в переводе их приложения. Оно будет отображать общественный транспорт и основываться на данных ОСМ

  • Паскаль Нейс (Pascal Neis) сделал интерфейс для подписки на ленту в формате Atom для инструмента Подозрительные изменения в OpenStreetMap в котором в качестве параметка можно указать прямоугольник bbox области. Параметр country теперь можно не ставить. (Источник)

  • Пользователь ChristianA написал сообщение в блоге о недостатках открытых данных. Отсутствие картографирования с выходом на местность и большего количества данных от диванных картографов.

  • Неправильная ссылка wikidata в OSM привела к тому, что район Бронкса был неправильно отмечен на векторных картах от Mapbox.

  • Организация Kathmandu Living Labs пригласила ведущих женщин-лидеров в области технологий ([WLiT(http://wlit.org.np/)) присоединиться к специальной сессии OSM. Участники получили свой первый опыт использования OSM с помощью самостоятельного создания карты OSM. У них также была возможность узнать о картографировании и ближе познакомиться с OSM, а также они узнали о возможных способах добавления данных в глобальную базу данных OSM.

  • В блоге Sterling Geo описывают, как они сравнивали данные Sentinel-2 с данными землепользования из OSM.

Импорты

  • Компания Cybo, которая управляет бизнес справочником организаций, хочет предложить свои данные POI в OpenStreetMap. В почтовых списках рассылки Imports и Talk-us идут два параллельных потока обсуждений. Похоже что координаты организаций были получены с помощью API геокодирования Google и не могут использоваться в OSM по юридическим причинам.

Фонд OpenStreetMap

  • Менее трёх лет назад, была предложена инициатива реорганизовать сроки полномочий членов правления Фонда ОСМ (OSMF) и ограничить их сроки полномочий. Саймон Пул (Simon Poole) пишет в почтовой рассылке Osmf-talk о получении чёткого решения от участников правления OSMF обсудеить это предложение в 2018 году

  • Рабочая группа по данным (Data Working Group) опубликовала отчёт о своей деятельности (PDF) за третий квартал 2017 года.

  • Члены FOSSGIS e.V., де-факто локальное представительство OSM в Германии, обсуждают заявку на грант (de) (автоматический перевод), чтобы получить средства на второй сервер для немецкого сайта API Overpass (overpass-api.de).

  • В этом году встреча членов Фонда OSM состоится 9 декабря в IRC. Подробности можно узнать в электронном письме-приглашении. Должны быть избраны два новых члена совета. Для участия в выборах Члены ОСМФ должны быть зарегистрированы до 25 ноября. Подробности о выборах читайте в OSM-Wiki, а также есть страница для вопросов избирателей..

Карты

  • Разработчики OSM Carto обсуждают должны ли рестораны, пабы и подобные заведения быть представлены в виде небольших коричневых квадратов на 17 уровне масштабирования, как это уже происходит с большинством магазинов (розовым).

  • [1] ADFC (участник ECF) пытается использовать карту на основе OSM, чтобы заставить администрацию Дрездена сделать больше для велосипедистов. Нильс Ларсен, автор карты, сделает инструкцию «как этого достичь» в ближайшее время.

  • Пользователь Komzpa отправил пулл-реквест в стиль OSM Carto, который добавляет рендеринг place=* для области. Некоторые люди опасаются, что это создаст появление двойных надписей для тэгов place=* в OSM (в настоящее время в основном название отображается на точках).

Программное обеспечение

  • Питер Вандер Веннет (Pieter Vander Vennet) показал, как написать свой собственный профиль маршрутизации OsmAnd.

Программирование

  • Ричард Фэрхерст (Richard Fairhurst) в своём дневнике описывает, как отлаживать сценарии Lua в Osm2pgsql и OSRM, не перезапуская при этом импортирование данных при каждой итерации.

А вы знаете …

  • … что вы можете создавать новые точки в JOSM, пока вы находитесь в режиме выдавливания (клавиша X), делая двойной щелчок? Это сохраняет нажатие A и X. (из обсуждения (de) на немецком форуме OSM)

  • … про Последние изменения в OpenStreetMap от Мартина Райфера (Martin Raifer)? На карте отображаются все изменённые объекты за последние семь дней .

Другие “гео” события

  • Сайт CityLab сообщил: Лондонская Оксфорд-стрит станет пешеходной зоной. 800 м автодороги будет закрыто для транспортных средств в 2018 году. Это событие также является вызовом для OpenStreetMap.

  • Интервью от MARTECHSERIES с Хавьером де ла Торре (Javier de la Torre), основателем CARTO (а также основной карты OSM).

  • В своем последнем выпуске испанский онлайн-журнал NOSOLOSIG сообщает о первых картах периода палеолита. Карта, высеченная в камне, которая явно содержит географические ссылки, была найдена во время раскопок в пещере Абаунц недалеко от деревни Аррайтц примерно в 20 км к северу от Памплоны, Испания, и поэтому называется «картой Абаунца». Перевод статьи с deepl стоит прочитать. 😉 (es) (автоматический перевод)

  • Сайт Gulf News сообщает что 2-й «Лувр» был открыт в Абу-Даби. Конечно, он уже отмечен в OSM. Но похоже тэгирование ещё не завершено. 😉

  • Theodolite, приложение для “Дополненной реальности”, которое согласно утверждению prMac содержит отличные данные OSM, даже в «совершенно случайных местах», будет работать на iPhone X.

  • Турист из Милана застрял со своим транспортным средством в средневековой аллее в Комо, потому что он доверял имеющейся карте больше, чем своим глазам. Данная карта была не из OpenStreetMap, но этот инцидент вдохновил местную группу OSM на повторную проверку области для возможных ошибок.

Предстоящие события

  • Где Что Когда Страна
  • online via Mumble OpenStreetMap Foundation public board meeting 2017-11-16 everywhere
  • Digne-les-Bains Cartopartie : Libre information sur les services de santé 2017-11-16 Франция
  • Fort Collins CSU Ger Community Mapping Center Mapathon Colorado State University 2017-11-16 united states
  • Suzhou OpenStreetMap Youth Promotion 2017-11-18 china
  • Хельсинки HOT-OSM Finland Geoweek Mapathon 2017 2017-11-18 Финляндия
  • Brazil Brasília OpenStreetMap Edit challenge begins with a focus on road characteristics 2017-11-19 Бразилия
  • London Raincatcher Mapathon for Tanzania 2017-11-21 Великобритания
  • Люнебург Mappertreffen 2017-11-21 Германия
  • Ноттингем Pub Meetup 2017-11-21 Великобритания
  • Эдинбург Pub meeting 2017-11-21 Великобритания
  • Viersen OSM Stammtisch Viersen 2017-11-21 Германия
  • Lübeck Lübecker Stammtisch 2017-11-23 Германия
  • Apach (Moselle) – Schengen (Luxembourg) – Perl (Saarland) 1. OpenSaar-Lor-Lux Stammtisch 2017-11-24 Германия
  • Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2017-11-27 Германия
  • Бонн 100! Bonner Stammtisch 2017-11-28 Германия
  • Брюссель Missing Maps @ MSF/HI 2017-11-28 Бельгия
  • Dusseldorf Stammtisch 2017-11-29 Германия
  • Lima State of the Map LatAm 2017 2017-11-29-2017-12-02 perú
  • Yaoundé State of the Map Cameroun 2017 2017-12-01-2017-12-03 cameroun
  • Dar es Salaam State of the Map Tanzania 2017 2017-12-08-2017-12-10 tanzania
  • Rome FOSS4G-IT 2018 2018-02-19-2018-02-22 Италия
  • Бонн FOSSGIS 2018 2018-03-21-2018-03-24 Германия
  • Poznań State of the Map Poland 2018 2018-04-13-2018-04-14 poland
  • Milan State of the Map 2018 (international conference) 2018-07-28-2018-07-30 Италия

  • Примечание: Если вы хотели бы видеть Ваше мероприятие здесь, пожалуйста, поместите его в календарь. Только данные из этого календаря появится в ЕженедельникеОСМ. Пожалуйста не забудьте указать город и страну в календаре.

  • Этот выпуск ЕженедельникаОСМ был подготовлен командой из Nakaner, Polyglot, SK53, Softgrow, Spanholz, Spec80, YoViajo, derFred, jinalfoflia, sev_osm.

Superposicion de lagunas

Posted by dcardingeo on 22 November 2017 in Spanish (Español)

Tengo un problema de superposicion de lagunas

Location: Ruta Nacional 35, Municipio de Santa Rosa, Departamento Capital, La Pampa, 63000, Argentina

Bertemu dengan Pusat penjual Lantai kayu terbaik

Posted by jualparket on 22 November 2017 in Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

Lantai kayu merupakan penutup lantai yang terbilang sangat mewah. oleh sebab itu, mencari tempat untuk produsen atau suplier lantai kayu terbaik. ini Toko lantai kayunya : tokoparket

Location: KH Hasyim Ashari, Pedurenan, Tangerang, Banten, 15145, Indonesia

Youth Mapping the Driver to Change

Posted by chomba chishala on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

Hello, my name is Chomba Chishala, I am a student doing Environmental Education at the University of Zambia. At the same time the president of the YouthMappers at the University of Zambia Chapter (YMUNZA) I came to know YouthMappers through Open Street Map Zambia (OSMZAMBIA) in February this year 2017 when OSMZAMBIA had a meeting in Lusaka’s Bongo Hive training center. From that meeting, I learnt how to use different tools when mapping including the importance of the maps and how maps can be used for humanitarian help.

As YouthMappers UNZA, we have been involved in different tasks or activities and some of the prominent tasks that we have been doing include the malaria elimination where we have been mapping buildings / houses to help people who are into spraying for malaria as well as distribution of mosquito net as well as mapping for urban and rural areas in Zambia.

Many communities especially in African countries remain underdeveloped due to geographical impediments such as Hills, Mountains and lack of information with regard to how they are distributed especially their location that act as a hindrance to people willing to help in case of an outbreak of a disease.
Thus mapping buildings, roads, and streams as well as showing their actual location and potentials has derived me to engage myself in mapping as many communities as possible for the betterment of most of the communities. ‘’I am a proud YouthMapper who is willing to make a change, just urging everyone out there to join us and make a difference.’’

“As YouthMappers UNZA, our vision is to cultivate a generation of young people to become leaders in creating resilient communities and empowering them to define their world by mapping it.”

ROIDA J KYANDO

Posted by IRDPYouthMapper6 on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

Am glad to join the chapter just because i have many location to share with friends, family, so i welcome you to join the chapter, so that we can enjoy together and make effort to map the world and create both male and female mappers.

Location: Nala, Dodoma, Central, Tanzania

ROIDA KYANDO

Posted by IRDPYouthMapper6 on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

Am very happy to be the member of Youth Mappers becouse it help me to know many things about Maps also how to use MAPS.ME and OpenStreetMap. I encourage othoers to join in YouthMappers especial girls.

Location: Nala, Dodoma, Central, Tanzania

ANDREW BIGAMBO

Posted by IRDPYouthMapper11 on 21 November 2017 in Swahili (Kiswahili)

NAWAKARIBISHA SANA KATIKA CLABU YETU HII YA RAMANI, UTUSAIDIA SANA BILA KUBAGUA KUWA UMESOMA RAMANI AU HUJASOMA, INATUWEKA KARIBU WATU WA AINA ZOTE NA KUTUSAIDIA KUONGEZA MARAFIKI DUNIANI KOTE KULINGANA NA MAHITAJI YAKO KIUCHUMI, KIJAMII, KISIASA. KARIBUNI SANA.

Location: Nala, Dodoma, Central, Tanzania

OSM in Secondary School

Posted by Jabahum on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

The link below contains the activities that Good Mappers participated in to contribute to OpenStreetMap. http://mapuganda.org/recent-activities/how-youth-mappers-at-busitema-good-mappers-are-taking-osm-to-secondary-schools-in-eastern-uganda

It is a fun venture to teach what you love to do and what do you is a voluntary cause to human development and sustainability. Good Mappers Busitema engaged very well in what they do best and extended mapping skills to secondary school students especially girls at Tororo and also introduced it to new campus students in the university with an aim to grow the community in the university and at large of the youthmappers spread across the globe.

Location: Jinja - Tororo Road, Bugiri, Eastern Region, Uganda

I WAS NOT BORN FOR ONE CORNER THE WHOLE WORD IS MY NATIVE LAND

Posted by IRDPYouthMapper2 on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

On 3rd July 2017 i joined the youth mappers chapter at IRDP and elected as a vice president of the chapter. The introduction of this chapter to our collage has made me realize how important it is to do mapping for risk areas and allocating various social service thus becoming easier for aid provision and security as well as other communal services. GIS and mapping are my core interests therefore joining this chapter will bring me great experience and influence to these two media.

Location: Nala, Dodoma, Central, Tanzania

Legge ludopatia Piemonte

Posted by raffons on 21 November 2017 in Italian (Italiano)

Il 20 novembre 2017 entra in vigore la legge Regionale contro la ludopatia.

Art. 5. (Collocazione degli apparecchi per il gioco lecito)

Per tutelare determinate categorie di soggetti maggiormente vulnerabili e per prevenire il disturbo da gioco, è vietata la collocazione di apparecchi per il gioco di cui all'articolo 110, commi 6 e 7 del r.d. 773/1931 in locali che si trovano ad una distanza, misurata in base al percorso pedonale più breve, inferiore a trecento metri per i comuni con popolazione fino a cinquemila abitanti e inferiore a cinquecento metri per i comuni con popolazione superiore a cinquemila abitanti da:

  • istituti scolastici di ogni ordine e grado;
  • centri di formazione per giovani e adulti;
  • luoghi di culto;
  • impianti sportivi;
  • ospedali, strutture residenziali o semiresidenziali operanti in ambito sanitario o socio-sanitario;
  • strutture ricettive per categorie protette, luoghi di aggregazione giovanile ed oratori;
  • istituti di credito e sportelli bancomat;
  • esercizi di compravendita di oggetti preziosi ed oro usati;
  • movicentro e stazioni ferroviarie.

I comuni possono individuare altri luoghi sensibili in cui si applicano le disposizioni di cui al comma 1 , tenuto conto dell'impatto degli insediamenti sul contesto e sulla sicurezza urbana, nonché dei problemi connessi con la viabilità, l'inquinamento acustico ed il disturbo della quiete pubblica.

Metodo

per individuare le aree entro le quali le macchinette non possono essere presenti è stato adottato un approccio spannometrico. È stato assunto che i 500m debbano essere percorsi dal centro degli edifici sensibili approssimando quindi ad un punto la grandezza degli edifici ed è stato utilizzato un cerchio di raggio 500m visto che non sappiamo l'ubicazione precisa delle entrate da cui dovrebbe essere valutata la distanza di 500m.

schema del modello

È stato eseguito il download del database OSM dell'area di Novara e provincia e sono state selezionate dal livello "multipolygons" alcune feature con i codice:

"building" = 'school' OR "building" = 'church' OR "building" = 'hospital' OR "amenity" = 'college' OR "amenity" = 'school' OR "amenity" = 'place_of_worship' OR "amenity" = 'hospital' OR "amenity" = 'kindergarten' OR "leisure" = 'sports_centre' OR "leisure" = 'pitch'

mentre per il layer "points" è stato usato un codice che possa cercare nel campo "other" le parole chiave

"other_tags" ILIKE '%bank%' OR "other_tags" ILIKE '%post_office%' OR “shop” ILIKE ‘%jewelry%’

dei poligoni sono stati individuati i centroidi e insieme ai punti è stato elaborato un buffer con raggio di 500m ed ecco il risultato:

carta al 100.000

Location: Porta Mortara, Novara, Piemonte, 28100, Italia

ABOUT ME JOINING YOUTH MAPPERS CHAPTER

Posted by IRDPYouthMapper5 on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

I joined the Youth Mapper Chapter on 3rd July 2017. I became very interested with joining the chapter since i need to acquire more skills with mapping and GIS at large also i joined the chapter because i was interested in doing volunteering work of mapping areas that can be use to reach with fast aid to the people. Apart from joining the youth mapper chapter i appreciate the network that is going on between the youth mappers allover the world also i was great full for the seminar that was held at our university Mipango Dodoma that was conducted by Benedicto via him a lot of experience i acquired .

Location: Nala, Dodoma, Central, Tanzania

#My Interest in Mapping

Posted by Dativa Chuwa on 21 November 2017 in English (English)

I started volunteering mapping once i attended in one of the seminars about mapping in our college and i was so excited in continue to do mapping. So from there i attended the coming mapping events. It is enjoyable for sure because we are there youth doing mapping, gain knowledge about mapping, gain leadership experience, having funny with others youth.