OpenStreetMap

McBlaze has commented on the following diary entries

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How to map buildings within a building? 2 months ago

@Hjart This is a great way to map such parts. Always nice to learn something new! ;-)

How to map buildings within a building? 2 months ago

Hi, in most cases you don't know where one building ends and the other begins. So you can better map the outline of the building and put a single node inside the area with the information. This could be a address or the name of that part of this building. Nominatim or other navi-software will take the node to route you there. I would not recommend building within buildings.

Greetz

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

Well ... maybe you could delete one or the other comment! The server dindn't respond properly so I tried to enter my comment several times. Sorry!

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

Well ... at least you should delete one or the other entry! :-) The server didn't response, so I tried several times to comment! Sorry!

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

You should have a look at http://www.trekbuddy.net/releases/0.9.99/index.html. Trekbuddy is a free tool to use osm-maps offline and store your gps-tracks in the phone memory. This may bring some more efficiency to your work :)

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

If you want to work more efficient you should consider working with trekbuddy (freeware!). I do most of my work with it on a BlackBerry. Have a look at http://www.trekbuddy.net/releases/0.9.99/index.html. You can use it with offline maps and store your gps-track in the phone.

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

If you want to work more efficient you should consider working with trekbuddy (freeware!). I do most of my work with it on a BlackBerry. Have a look at http://www.trekbuddy.net/releases/0.9.99/index.html. You can use it with offline maps and store your gps-track in the phone.

Where Am I now? almost 8 years ago

If you want to work more efficient you should consider working with trekbuddy (freeware!). I do most of my work with it on a BlackBerry. Have a look at http://www.trekbuddy.net/releases/0.9.99/index.html. You can use it with offline maps and store your gps-track in the phone.