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Error message 7 days ago

see https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/21192/error-export-load-average-on-the-server-is-too-high-at-the-moment

Glückwunsch 13 days ago

Willkommen bei OpenStreetMap, Tvali!

XD 16 days ago

Welcome to OpenStreetMap! :-)

This is a Test 17 days ago

Willkommen! Deine erste Bearbeitung hat schonmal super geklappt! :-) Viel Spaß!

test 19 days ago

it works! Welcome to OSM!

Lorem Ipsum 25 days ago

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Just an idea … dashcams and street view 25 days ago

in the meantime there is https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mapillary . I guess you could use it somehow.

ATMs in Belgium about 1 month ago

@Sanderd17: "more armchair mapping than an import" -- With aerial imagery: do you see that there is a bank branch, do you see that there is a ATM, do you see that it has this address? ;-) Not really. I am not saying that it is an import (because of the manual work and the address lookup elsewhere - I do not know AGIV), but it has similarities/is close to an import.

ATMs in Belgium about 1 month ago

Hi Brecht, thank you for your response!

It may be that it does not cause legal problems, but to save work (also your work) and to avoid damage to the project (copyright law infringement) I think it should be discussed with the community. This is similar to an import. What you import is the list of branches of a specific bank / ATM and their addresses.

The diary comments are not really suited for this discussion. I think forum or mailinglist would be best. Mention this diary discussion in the new place.

Databases may seem simple (as opposed to graphics, for example), but they could be protected - see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sui_generis_database_right#European_Union . I do not know if the list of their branches and address is protected by the law. Just to give you an example: it would not be allowed to use the "yellow pages".

Yes, the banks likely have an interest of getting their branches into OSM, however, then you could ask them for an official permission (if we think that their branch-address database is protected). Remeber that the bank branch data, as long as it is in OSM, also could be used by the competitors of a bank. Now, the bank may object to the inclusion of their branch database into OSM.

By the way: "Most correct" is if a mapper stays in front of the bank/ATM - not a bank's list. :-)

If you discuss this issue elsewhere, please mention the new location here (in case someone finds this by a web search).

Regarding "blunt": I/we do not accuse you or want to punish you or whatever - there is just an improvement which should be made. And this is what I wrote. Yes, I understand that it is not nice to enthusiastically start a project (of would you think is a great idea) and then somebody else tells you that this may not be a good idea.

Thank you!

ATMs in Belgium about 1 month ago

At least it should be discussed before you do that much work – which may need to be deleted later (more work). Was it somewhere? Or are you sure that your action is okay (legal)?

Viele Grüße aus Deutschland! :-)

ATMs in Belgium about 1 month ago

Uumm, but you are aware that you should not (must not - copyright!) copy the ATM database from any bank website? I assume you do not visit the ATMs yourself, do you?

Anonym about 1 month ago

Hmm, interessant!

Danke für's Entwerben. :-)

Anonym about 1 month ago

Willkommen bei OSM! Möchtet ihr zu OSM beitragen oder soll das nur Werbung sein? ;-)

How to extract a topographic map of an area about 1 month ago

Oh.. you already have asked there: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/41028/how-to-extract-a-topographic-map-of-an-area

How to extract a topographic map of an area about 1 month ago

Hi Alberto, please ask (if you cannot find an old question about the same) at https://help.openstreetmap.org/ . That would be more useful.

Importazione massiva di dati about 2 months ago

Does this help? https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/IT:Import/Guidelines

An idea for making it easier to link external data to OSM about 2 months ago

in case you did not know it: we have wikidata tags in our data, which use such a unique ID like you propose, if I read correctly. See also https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wikidata

Gebäudemapping in Neubaugebieten mit GPS und ohne Luftbilder about 2 months ago

Danke, interessant zu lesen … dass es noch mehr solcher Idioten wie mich gibt ... ;-) Bei ganzen Baugebieten (statt nur einzelne Neubauten) ziehe ich aber dann doch vor, auf Luftbilder zu warten.

Alternativ zu GPS lassen sich vor allem bei rechtwinklig und zur Straße parallelen Gebäuden "einfach" per Schrittanzahlmessung (samt Umrechnung in Meter) auch recht gute Ergebnisse erzielen (kann man natürlich auch mit GPS kombinieren). Sinnvoll ist natürlich ein möglichst naher, Referenzpunkt, sofern man einfach von einer vorab bekannten, durchschnittlichen Schrittlänge ausgehen möchte, statt jene auch noch für jenen Einsatz anhand zweier Referenzpunkte zu berechnen.

Hello Community 2 months ago

@rovastar: right, but it was asked for the "rendering toolchain". Not the rendering style. Still, it is possible that (also) the style was meant.

Hello Community 2 months ago

Seems https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Category:User_group , https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/India/Events , https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Template:Calendar there is no user group India or Bangalore and no events.

Look at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Nearby_users (currently, in particular the alternative tools) to find people active around you. Then you can mail them.

Do you want to program/code? Look at the issue tracks (you should be able to find them via our wiki). E.g. https://github.com/mapnik/mapnik/issues

Are you looking for info about OSM in general or mapping? See e.g. https://help.openstreetmap.org/tags/newbie/?sort=mostvoted or http://learnosm.org

By the way: if you would use a more descriptive title for your post here, more relevant people would read it. E.g. in RSS readers there is often only the title shown until one decides to read the full post. You could edit your post.