aseerel4c26 has commented on the following diary entries
|Road has to be alined from this point||6 days ago||
if you need help: please describe in more words what you mean
|Details about iD editor users get publicly, permanently and silently logged with every edit – a privacy breach||6 days ago||
A very similar concern by another user: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/43099/how-can-i-prevent-id-from-saving-my-browser-and-locale-when-editing-on-osmorg (17th May 2015)
|Ein Baum namens Baum…||14 days ago||
dieser Baumbaum ist auch nicht alleine. Es gibt diese Dinger circa 85 mal in Deutschland. Treetrees gibt's übrigens auch einige viele weltweit. :-)
Achja, und hier noch (für wen auch immer) ein toller Link zu der Sache: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/DE:Names#name_ist_nur_der_Name
|Details about iD editor users get publicly, permanently and silently logged with every edit – a privacy breach||17 days ago||
The excuse that others are doing harm, is no excuse to do so too.
|Details about iD editor users get publicly, permanently and silently logged with every edit – a privacy breach||22 days ago||
this just came to my mind: if a user's language is that important for contacting the user, why don't we make it a voluntary detail on the user profile (asked during registration and listed in the user's settings page)? That is not really something we need to extract from the editor UI, which may not be the preferred contact language. For example:
|22 days ago||
Thanks for your comment, Richard.
Yes, I know that there are different standards/believes. Everybody who wants it is free to add more tags to a changeset (e.g. his exact current location, mood, last food and room temperature). It may help in QA, at least someone will find all that data useful.
In your words: Please don't assume that everyone shares your beliefs, especially given that you come from a country and culture known to be much less sensitive to these things than some other countries/cultures.
We want to be a project for everyone/everywhere, right? There might be people for whom pseudonymity is important – e.g. (but not only) if contributing to OSM is forbidden by law (China).
|23 days ago||
@ImreSamru: if you need it for "data quality", don't do it publicly, permanently and silently.
Please ask yourself for each single point: why is hurting our contributor's privacy needed? And, of course, if you think you need to do so: ask!
Still, I do not really understand why you need each single user's language info regarding the translation "duplicates". Okay, I now read your text in issue 2449 again – okay, yes, in fact for this use logging the data to the planet is most easy for you, but is it justified? Really not. Not how it is done now. You could ask your users to voluntarily disclose more info than really needed to edit OSM. However, rather fix the translations before you release them and do not underestimate the power of our wiki-like contributor system: e.g. tagging errors (due to a bad translation) will be found and corrected – without all those downsides.
|satellite image||23 days ago||
you can find some help there: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/30928/the-satellite-maps-updated
|23 days ago||
Thank you for your comments!
ImreSamu, yes, I know, JOSM also sends the language as changeset tag by default - but there is a difference: JOSM shows you the changeset tags (at least if you look at the other tabs in the changeset upload dialog), so the OSM contributor at least has a chance to be aware of it before uploading. The OSM contributor even could modify or completely remove this changeset tag. I guess a simple JOSM plugin even could easily switch this language tag off.
|getting started||23 days ago||
the link? click my "YES" :-) If you would describe in a bit more detail what you want to do (API for what?), then I could provide you with a more deep link.
|getting started||23 days ago|
|Openstreet Map Probie||24 days ago||
Hello and welcome to OSM! Your experience is very welcome, but be warned that OSM is … different from usual "maps". Likely, you already noticed this. :-)
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org is your friend to look stuff up – it is our main documentation.
If you have any questions, you best ask them at https://help.openstreetmap.org/ (if you cannot find an identical older question there). Of course you also could write new entries in your "diary" (like this one) and talk about your edits and ask questions.
|Hi||27 days ago||
Hi Christopher, welcome to OSM! :-)
|Hide existing edit||27 days ago||
I noticed iD has a hiding (based on feature classes) as well - since some weeks / months (the fifth button). Still, you really need to be aware that you've hidden (for your display) existing stuff, as Simon said.
Please take your time to learn to know OSM, and start slowly. If you need feedback regarding your edits, just ask - e.g. in your diary (since you now already know it)
|Going to be using OSM for my charity walk next year, need some advice.||30 days ago||
Hjart already mentioned a link to OSM-based maps for most Garmin devices. So, a Garmin GPS would be the brand to buy (sorry, I do not own one suitable for your journey). You can find many Garmin devices described in our wiki ( see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Garmin or via search in the wiki). Just note that many pages describe old models.
A half off-topic suggestion (which may be nothing new for you): Take care that the solar power recharging thingy is big enough for powering a gps-enabled smartphone with map display and possibly routing calculation / route display. Also think of bad weather conditions. Test it before the journey. :-) If possible take replacement batteries with you and/or a battery-powered recharger, possibly also usable as a source for a decent lamp. I think your smartphone approach is not bad.
What you could do during the journey for OSM? Collect data and gps traces, e.g. with Osmtracker or with OsmAnd itself. I think only collecting gps traces is reasonable with some minor exceptions – otherwise it would be way too much to add to OSM once you are back home. gps traces are a minor help for OSM. However, the gps accuracy should be not too bad, that makes the traces less worth. Usually dedicated Garmin gps receivers have a much better accuracy than smartphones.
|New to OSM||about 1 month ago||
click the links there on each page ;-)
|Trying Overpass API||about 1 month ago||
.... or may be a better place, because other users with the same question in the future could find the answer without the need to ask again
|Trying Overpass API||about 1 month ago||
generally https://help.openstreetmap.org/ is a better place for such questions. you will find many already answered: https://help.openstreetmap.org/tags/?q=overpass (click on one of those and then maybe sort the list by "most voted")
|How to tag alphalt in a forest||about 1 month ago||
what is the actual use on the "road"? – tag this … and the surface and smoothness independently (you could tag the width too). "asphalt" is fine for a "track".
|Hey, ich bin der Neue||about 1 month ago||
Willkommen Odustour! :-)
Wenn du eine Frage zu maps.dastelefonbuch.de hast, dann fragst du am besten auch jenes Unternehmen. Laut Fußzeile in der Karte kommen noch nicht mal die Kartenbilder von OpenStreetMap, sondern von "Here Maps".
Wenn dich Routing basierend auf OSM-Daten interessiert, dann probiere es einfach auf www.openstreetmap.org aus (evtl. erst oben rechts auf den Menüknopf und dann auf den Knopf mit den Richtungspfeilen) (Beispielroute). Alternativ schau auf https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Routing . Software für dein Android-Smartphone mit OSM-Bezug findest du unter https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Android aufgelistet.