Pieren has commented on the following diary entries
|Le samedi 14 février 2015, cartopartie sur le thème des charbonnières à Combas||about 1 month ago||
D'où l'expression "aller au charbon"
|OS Street View Copyright Easter Egg||about 1 month ago||
Easter Egg and OpenData are not compatible.
|It's not because you have accurate data that you have to upload all of them in OSM||about 2 months ago||
If you don't want to loose all your accurate surveyed points, they are still in version 1 of the way & nodes. Or another solution would be to upload your surveyed points as GPX files. These trace files are preserved in OSM and nobody will modify them.
|Go home coastline data, you are drunk||2 months ago||
What ! You have the power to remove waves from the coast !! You are stronger than Poseidon ^^
|Infrastructure télécom||2 months ago||
Une couche de quoi ? en rapport avec OSM ? avec la cartographie ? Tu devrais en dire plus et surtout, utiliser le forum ou la liste de diffusion pour augmenter les chances d'être lu et d'avoir plus de contacts
|OrdnanceSurvey does like amateurs||2 months ago||
It's a matter of principle. They cannot say in one side that making their maps require professionals (and budget) and cannot be done for free and in the other side, ask for free pictures (because the prize is a joke compared to reproduction rights and amateurs are set at the same level as pros). They ask to photographers what they refuse for cartographers...
|qu'en pensez vous ?||2 months ago||
spam (already reported in wiki)
|Projet IMAGINE LE BIEN COMMUN AVEC LA CHARTE DE LA TERRE||3 months ago||
nothing to do with OSM -> spam
|New Telenav Mapping Project: Dual Carriageways||3 months ago||
When I see your profile's image, mvexel's, I'm interested to know if your are the son of Chuck Norris.This striking resemblance, it's disturbing....
|Voting is bullshit||3 months ago||
But this does not work as well. You create multiple and parallel solutions for the same problem, depending only on decision made by a few number of data consumers.
It's true that proposals are often accepted with a low number of votes and where the result is still unsatisfactory. We can all dream about a dictator or great engineer taking perfect decisions making everyone happy but this only exists in books, not in real live.
About the low number of votes, it's like in real democratic system. Only non-voters have to be blamed, not the one who expressed their opinion. But as I said several times in the past, the words "vote" and "approved" are incorrect. We should better say "opinion pole" and "best reply".
|Tools for helping community imports||4 months ago||
Vous noterez la présence sur la photo d'un gâteau qui vole. Bravo au photographe.
|Changement du nom de 8 communes||4 months ago||
Je ne mettrais pas place=village pour Vermondans. Ca serait possible si l'ancien village était isolé mais comme il fait partie d'une seule agglomération au sein de Pont-de-Roide, il serait plus logique de mettre "place=quarter" (il faut être sûr de l'emplacement)
|The diversity-talk list||4 months ago||
I just discover this list. It's even missing in the MailingList wiki page. I'm surprised by the answer of Alyssa here which tells me that we should never reply before taking time for a deep breath. Btw, who is the other moderator ? I also had a bad experience on the import list with a moderator that blocked me on the import list (if I remember correctly) several days for really nothing (or something that way maybe overinterpreted when you express yourself in a foreign language). I think we need a coach for our ML moderators or a moderator for moderators ;-)
|How to improve OSM: kill the bureaucracy||5 months ago||
As I said, it is to discuss about a proposal, not to store the proposal itself. It is not more and not less of what the wiki "Talk" page is doing. Excepted that you don't have the learn the wiki syntax.
|How to improve OSM: kill the bureaucracy||5 months ago||
I went through the arguments of this wiki-better-than-email but none of them is valid in our context. Our tagging mailing list is not providing "material of any substance". It's just discussions around what will go into the wiki page exactly like we have in the wiki "Talk" pages. The "signal to noise", "search" and "PD" are not relevant as well (use google tip "site:" if you like). Some people don't like mailing list because they simply don't have a correct email client supporting mailing lists.
|Sentinel-2 satellites imagery can be used for OSM||5 months ago||
Launch is planned for april 2015 for the first satellite. About the attribution "contains Copernicus data (year of reception)”, perhaps a mention on the contributors specific attributions on the wiki would be enough.
|Entered minor changes, JOSM appeared to hang||6 months ago||
The main OSM server(s) has been planned for maintenance and quick downtime the 26th. See the announcement here : https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/announce/2014-October/000091.html
Your josm upload issue is probably related.
|New MapRoulette challenge: TIGER Mismatched Ways||6 months ago||
One question from a non-US contributor: what is recommended if we find a TIGER imported road in OSM which seems to not exist at all on imagery like this one:
simply delete the way ? or change the tags to 'disused:' or 'razed' ?
|Redundancy in Buildings||7 months ago||
I think too the relation type=building is the problem. If the block is a single building, then create a multipolygon relation. If it is different buildings, then create a surrounding polygon for the tower (or keep the tower tags only on the tower polygon)
|Détérioration très importante de la carte de l'île de la Réunion.||7 months ago||
Pour le parvis, c'est alors highway=pedestrian + area=yes + bicycle=yes
Pour les trottoirs, c'est plus délicat. Peu de gens descendent à ce niveau de détail pour l'instant. Et si on cartographie la surface du trottoir, il faut aussi le faire pour les zones de parquage voiture, les petits coins d'herbes ou de fleurs, etc. En fait, il existe des expériences très locales qui s'arrêtent très vite lorsque les contributeurs se rendent compte de l'ampleur de la tâche...