OpenStreetMap

Wynndale has commented on the following diary entries

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Cheshire Cheese pub meet-up a while back over 2 years ago

I use the OSM database of stored GPS tracks to calibrate Bing imagery. At the moment zoom level 19 is accurate and 21 is offset; a few months ago it was the other way round.

Edit war looming over 2 years ago

Another thing: are you recruiting any local mappers?

Edit war looming over 2 years ago

Are you sure the village names are not just older mapping that has slipped through the net?

More Bing! coverage over 2 years ago

Do you think the people complaining to Foursquare about poor OSM coverage of Brazil have a point? Can we as a community keep them happy?

How about mapping all buildings in London before the Olympics? over 2 years ago

Thank you for pointing out that the lower levels are more up to date. I have got into the habit of using zoom level 21 in London because of the better alignment.

Ways and relations over 2 years ago

First of all you would probably be better off asking this question on the OSM Help Centre or a Japan-related Contact channel.

Whether or not it is better to use route relations for road numbers is a question of local conditions such as whether roads are signed with two numbers equally.

There is generally no need to repeat the numbers of roads in their names.

Let’s rid the web of comments like this. almost 3 years ago

Tom: I was thinking of doing just that as soon as ODBL compliance issues have been sorted out.

Introducing Team Surrey almost 3 years ago

I have been treating the work of the main non-accepting mapper in the area as possible trap mapping and making a clean map. For instance I got no response when I asked why he had given a road a number I could not find on other sources and some cycle routes he put on the map appear to have been invented by a club he belongs to.

Introducing Team Surrey almost 3 years ago

Anyone free on 10th or 11th February?

Glue Sniffers about 3 years ago

To make this clear, this post is about landuse polygons that extend beyond the edge of the land they represent to the middle of the road (or the middle of the carriageway), where the road has been mapped as a single line.

About Tags: need info about correct tagging rules in several languages over 3 years ago

What do you mean by ‘origin of the trees’?

How not to use OS Locator over 3 years ago

You might as well let the Vale of Glamorgan journey planner know.

http://www.travelfor.co.uk/Vale_of_Glamorgan/Graig_Trewyddfa/Plas_Y_Coed_Road/

List of Additions that I made to the Bermuda Map over 3 years ago

Most of the existing map of Bermuda has been added by outsiders tracing aerial photographs. Finishing it off takes locals like you. Don’t forget you can ask the rest of us for help.

Heads up TriMet over 3 years ago

Is there ever any point in putting the road number in the name= field? We always leave name= blank on motorways that haven’t got proper names in Britain.

harita eş deger over 3 years ago

You don’t have to know much Turkish to recognise spam when you see it.

local OSM meetups - that's it over 3 years ago

don’t know about anywhere else but there are quite often meetings scattered round the UK as well as the regular events in London and Birmingham, and they don’t show up on the map.

first over 3 years ago

Practice make perfect. You’ll find things easier as you put more stuff in.

changing rivers and streams in Marikina-Pasig basin over 3 years ago

Are there any other maps that are up to date?

Does OSM bring the world together? almost 4 years ago

Some corners of the world are always going to be a bit difficult.

Mon premier étonnement about 4 years ago

Le cadastre français est-il utile?