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geographic coordinates

Posted by buzu on 2 May 2015 in French (Français)

how do you see the longitude and latitude, of a town for example, when surfing ?

Panneaux publicitaires dans OSM

Posted by barnes38 on 1 May 2015 in French (Français)

J'ai commencé à renseigner tous les panneaux publicitaires de la métropole de Toulouse, ceci est visualisable par la requête suivante : http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/977

J'ai commencé aussi une sorte de spécification de la publicité extérieure dans OSM, pour l'instant des généralités : https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User:Barnes38/advertising_draft

Rapprochement OSM BANO - Aude

Posted by barnes38 on 1 May 2015 in French (Français)

J'ai créé aujourd'hui un mapcraft pour le département de l'Aude : http://mapcraft.nanodesu.ru/pie/495

prise en main osm

Posted by pierre fmdf on 29 April 2015 in French (Français)

aujourd hui j ai telechargé cette appli pour ne pas etre emmmmmmm.......é en mongolie cet été. Je ne comprends pas tout mais ça va viendre....

Location: Moulin de Vindoux, Châteauroux, Indre, Centre-Val de Loire, France métropolitaine, 36000, France

Voie verte de Saint-Étienne et marquages au sol

Posted by EddieJ on 26 April 2015 in French (Français)

Après une balade dominicale sur La Voie Verte de Saint-Étienne, j'ai décidé de reprendre et de préciser sa description dans la base de données géographique libre OpenStreetMap.

panneau voie verte

La Voie Verte stéphanoise est "proposée" par la Ville de Saint-Étienne comme "de la Terrasse à Bellevue" avec des subtilités :

De la Terrasse au parc Joseph Sanguedolce (site du Puits Couriot)

Deux départs s'offrent à vous : depuis le quartier Grouchy ou la Terrasse (…) Suite de l'itinéraire pour les 2 départs"

et une autre partie "De Couriot à Bellevue Départ du parking du musée de la Mine"

Dans les deux cas ces trajets comportent

  • des sections réellement aménagées avec barrières et panneaux indicateurs aux couleurs de la voie verte
  • des sections tout à fait urbaines (trottoirs...)

Une balade sur le terrain ce dimanche de Pâques 2015, sur la partie de Couriot à Bellevue a montré que les parties "urbaines" comportent des marquages au sol destinés à faire la jonction avec les parties "vertes" aménagées. Ce sont ces marqueurs qui m'ont plongé dans un abîme de réflexions infinies quant à la qualification des différents éléments de la Voie Verte Stéphanoise dans la base de donnée géographique OpenStreetMap (OSM).

marquage Voie Verte Saint-Étienne

Cartographier l'itinéraire

Cartographier un itinéraire dans OSM ne pose en soi pas de difficultés: il suffit d'utiliser une relation de type Route.

Il existe surtout une difficulté légale, de propriété "intellectuelle". Ce qui constitue un obstacle de taille dans un projet visant à fournir une base de données sous licence ODBL. Les contributeurs OSM le savent bien avec le cas des sentiers de Grande Randonnée (GR).

La Ville de Saint-Étienne a "publié" une carte de la Voie Verte. Une seule, numérique, consultable en ligne (mais non exportable et sans version imprimable) sur le site "Pistes Vertes". Un site présenté comme

"une réalisation expérimentale destinée à montrer par la preuve l'intérêt de la mise à disposition des données publiques (open data) permettant ainsi le développement de nouveaux services numériques, au bénéfice de la population."

Bon courage pour récupérer sur ce site les données fièrement affichées comme "Open Data"… Autant pour l'intérêt de leur "mise à disposition"…

(Les données OpenStreetMap en revanche sont immédiatement et librement disponibles. D'ailleurs ce sont celles utilisées par la Vélocarte d'initiative citoyenne http://carte.ocivelo.fr.)

Quoi qu'il en soit, ça devrait régler la question de la légalité de la chose (même si déclarer que son site est "Open Data", ce n'est pas la même chose que fournir une licence claire quant à la réutilisation de ses données...).

Bref.

La circulation à vélo étant... plus ou moins adaptée selon les tronçons, j'ai qualifié la Relation:route comme type=foot, et pas non plus Hiking (randonnée):

route=foot is used for routes which are walking and/or do not match "hiking" (WP's definition of hiking: "a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails, in the countryside"). (source: Walking_Routes>Tags_of_the_relation)

Pour l'instant la Voie Verte est décrite partiellement dans OSM au sein de la Relation : Voie Verte Bellevue-Couriot (4765022) . Voir aussi mes commentaires sur la page Saint-Étienne du Wiki OSM.

Retour à la question des marquages au sol.

On peut voir ces marquages (un logo sur fond vert avec une flèche de direction) au sol de plusieurs façons :

On pourrait les voir de la même façon que de simples panneaux d'indication standards, des panneaux routiers indiquant des directions.

MAIS

Ils sont, visiblement à dessein, placés SUR/LE LONG de l'itinéraire officiel, le seul qui constitue la "Voie Verte". Ils indiquent la route à suivre, y compris les passages piétons où traverser. On peut donc les voir aussi comme un balisage d'itinéraire.

J'ignore ce qu'il en est sur la partie La Terrasse->Couriot, mais pour ce qui est la partie Couriot-Bellevue, on trouve ces marquages au sol :

  • De la gare de Bellevue jusqu'au départ de la voie verte proprement dite (http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3440662713). (à noter que si la "Voie Verte est décrite par la Ville comme de la Terrasse à Bellevue, les flèches de direction vont dans l'autre sens). Dans ce cas précis ils constituent bien un itinéraire, mais on pourrait dire qu'ils ne constituent pas l'itinéraire même de la Voie Verte. Juste l'itinéraire pour s'y rendre.

  • dans la quartier de la Cotonne entre deux tronçons "verts" de la la voie verte proprement dite (http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/336972755 au sud et http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/239404875 au nord. Dans ce cas précis, on pourrait dire ** qu'ils font partie de l'itinéraire de la Voie Verte elle-même ** mais aussi qu'ils constituent plutôt un itinéraire de liaison qui n'est pas vraiment inclus dans la Voie Verte… Sauf que, je le rappelle, officiellement il n'existe qu'une Voie Verte, itinéraire continu, de la Terrasse à Bellevue)

Bon, on pourrait dire que, quelle que soit la façon dont on les voit, on s'en fout: faut y passer pour "faire la Voie Verte". Néanmoins on admettra que circuler sur des trottoirs "en ville" et circuler sur des voies piétonnes+cyclables en site propre ce n'est pas vraiment la même expérience.

Et que si on fait des cartes/applications précises, c'est aussi pour permettre de prendre connaissance de telles différences.

J'ai donc trois "problèmes" :

  1. Faut-il les entrer dans OSM ? (on pourrait arguer qu'ils ne constituent pas vraiment des objets dans l'espace, et qu'on ne vas pas décrire tous les trucs peints au sol qui renseignent sur la circulation)
  2. comment les décrire (quels attributs/tags)
  3. faut-il les inclure dans la relation Voie Verte ? (et sinon: comment faire le lien entre les sections discontinues de la Voie)

Comment les décrire ?

Le tag "tourism=information" semble aller de soi dans le sens où c'est clairement leur objectif: informer sur un itinéraire "touristique". Reste donc à qualifier l'attribut information=

S'ils ont bien la même fonction qu'un poteau indicateur (information=guidepost), physiquement il n'en sont pas. Un "information=route_marker" est indiqué dans la page de référence http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/FR:Key:information, mais j'ignore si c'est bien de cela qu'il s'agit.

Voir aussi

Location: Montmartre, Saint-Étienne, Loire, Rhône-Alpes, France métropolitaine, 42000;42100, France

Challenge #OpenBeerMap

Posted by OpenBeerMapContributor on 18 April 2015 in French (Français)

Dans environ 3 semaines, OpenBeerMap soufflera sa première bougie !

Que de chemin parcouru entre la première version, qui permettait tout juste de rechercher des bars servant de la Chouffe et la version actuelle ...

Pour fêter ça comme il se doit, je vous propose un petit challenge : atteindre les 1500 contributions pour la date anniversaire du projet, le 11 mai

Aujourd'hui, à la date de lancement, nous avons 1 189 contributions ; vous pouvez suivre l'évolution de ce nombre sur cette page

Profitez du beau temps, prenez une blanche en terrasse avec vos amis et ajoutez-là dans #OpenBeerMap !

Rendez-vous le 11 mai !

Location: Route de Bezannes à Sacy, Sacy, Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France métropolitaine, 51500, France

How to find and analyse traffic ?

Posted by Julien Brault on 15 April 2015 in French (Français)

Hi,

I am looking for traffic flows data at the regional (NUTS2) level in Europe. Would you know if such data is available on open data maps ?

Cheers,

La Communauté de Communes des Hauts de Flandre entièrement intégrée au BANO

Posted by Pichasso on 13 April 2015 in French (Français)

Cinq mois après la Communauté urbaine de Dunkerque, c'est au tour de toutes les communes de la CCHF de disposer de leurs noms de rues et de leurs adresses. Aux erreurs près des cadastres ou du fantoir, la BANO est donc complétée pour la Communauté de communes.

Location: Rue de la Couronne de Bierne, Bergues, Dunkerque, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France métropolitaine, 59380, France

Subway stations in Seoul

Posted by thbz on 3 April 2015 in French (Français)

I have been working on the bus and subway routes in Seoul lately, but there are still many discrepancies and missing tags. So I thought I might try to do some planning instead of always improvising, une fois n'est pas coutume. And I'll practice my English, too, and learn more about Markdown.

The references:

The rules :

  1. Work on subway lines 1 to 9. Whether other lines should be dealt the same way might be discussed later.

  2. Every existing railway=station node that corresponds to a subway station should also be tagged as public_transport=station, subway=yes and (if it's only for lines 1 to 9) station=subway. Reciprocally, any public_transport=station should be tagged the same way if it corresponds to a subway station.

  3. Existing nodes should not be moved unless really necessary (i.e. do not apply the "This node should not be part of a railway track" rule for an existing railway=station node, unless I am ready to really map a public_transport=stop_area relation for that station).

  4. Only one railway=station node should exist for every subway station, unless it is used for very different networks (lines 1 to 9 will be considered as one single network, I may let several railway=station nodes if they exist in multi-network stations such as 서울역, but I'm not sure about that).

  5. Every existing public_transport=stop_position node in the subway network should be tagged as subway=yes and be located on a railway=rail or railway=subway way. It should not be tagged as railway=station or station=subway.

  6. All the public_transport=station nodes that belong to the same line should be members, with no role, of the relation(s) associated with that line. These relations may follow the new Public transport proposal (i.e one relation for each direction or branch) or not.

The planning:

Subway stations

  1. Select all railway=station and public_transport nodes in the Seoul Metropolitan area using the following Overpass request:

    (
      node[railway=station]({{bbox}});
      way[railway=station]({{bbox}});
      node[public_transport=station]({{bbox}});
      way[public_transport=station]({{bbox}});
    );
    (._;>);
    out meta;
    
  2. Load these nodes into a JOSM calque (ça se dit comment, en anglais?). Also load in another calque the railway=subway and railway=rail ways in the same area:

    (
      way[railway=rail]({{bbox}});
      way[railway=subway]({{bbox}});
    );
    (._;>);
    out meta;
    

    and/or maybe load in another calque the relation that corresponds to each subway line:

    relation[route=subway][name~"1"]({{bbox}});
    (._;>);
    out meta;
    
  3. For each subway station:

    • add the required tags for the corresponding station node;
    • remove the duplicates if any;
    • add the node to the relation associated to the subway lines this station belongs to (do it for each subway line separately):

      relation[route=subway][name~"1"]({{bbox}});
      (._;>);
      out meta;
      

Stop positions

  1. Load in JOSM the public_transport=stop_position nodes (maybe only if they are not too far from subway stations):

    (
      node[public_transport=stop_position]({{bbox}});
      way[public_transport=stop_position]({{bbox}});
    );
    (._;>);
    out meta;
    
  2. Add subway=yes for those which are located in a subway station, and move them onto the railway=rail or railway=subway way if necessary.

Later:

  • set railway=subway for all railway=rail ways associated to a subway line?

  • create public_transport=stop_area relations for every station? At least for those with at least two public_transport=* nodes ?

  • apply the following railway_station rule:

    Using the word "station" in the name=* if it is not part of the name printed on signs at the station, i.e. avoid name=Station Newton

  • make the subway map look pretty for http://www.openrailwaymap.org/ (I know, don't map for the renderer. Anyways, if I can apply the rules and make the renderer happy, there's no harm.)

Bon, personne n'a lu jusqu'ici, mais 괜찮아, c'est d'abord pour moi que j'ai pris ces notes.

Situation géographique de TRADEX S.A.

Posted by jaymee126 on 26 March 2015 in French (Français)

Il m'est paru nécessaire de situé sur une carte libre les endroits que je fréquente. Et pour commencer : l'entreprise pour laquelle je boss.

Les services de Tradex S.A. se trouve dans deux bâtiments bien distincts. Ils se trouvent dans la même rue mais distant d'environ 500 mètres. La Direction Générale est bien situé sur la carte. Il ne reste plus que le deuxième bâtiment qui abrite la Direction Commerciale en particulier.

Location: Akwa, Douala I, Communauté urbaine de Douala, Wouri, LT, Cameroun

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Posted by LukatherJR on 26 March 2015 in French (Français)

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Location: Biver, Gardanne, Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France métropolitaine, 13120, France

Counting cross-border roads

Posted by Julien Brault on 25 March 2015 in French (Français)

Hi,

I would like to count the number of roads crossing a national border in Europe. Obviously this would take a long time to do by hand. Do any of you know of a way to do this in some kind of automated way ? Or know any trail which could show me how to do it ? With OpenStreetMap or through other ways ?

Thanking you in advance,

Julien Brault

Charlotte North Carolina

Posted by botdidier2020 on 25 March 2015 in French (Français)

Il y a plusieurs milliers de nodes orphelins a Charlotte en Caroline du Nord. J'ai entrepris d'ajouter les ways manquants avec fusion des noeuds orphelins existants avec josm. J'effectue cette "mise a jour" par zone (il y en a 15). Apres j'effacerais les nodes orphelins restants. C'est un travail de fourmi que j'estime a un mois ?

Location: Euclid Avenue, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Caroline du Nord, 28203, États-Unis d'Amérique

Running for the 2015 HOT Board

Posted by PierZen on 16 March 2015 in French (Français)

My journey at OSM / HOT

The Haiti Earthquake in january 2010 let me discover what it was possible to do remotely to support humanitarian actions. I jumped in rapidly and used my various skills to support this first HOT activation. I remember these updates where we saw first Schuyler and Tom Buckley and then Nicolas Chavent and Robert Soden in action, the interviews in the tents, the HOT kits, the workflows built with the UN agencies.

On the steps of these initiators of HOT Activations, I started at the end of 2012 to coordinate a serie of major activations where the core coordinators we supported remotely the international community. With the rebellion in the Kivus, north of the Democratic republic of Congo, hundred of thousands of people were fleeing on the roads. Nicolas who had worked previously for the UN Agencies (WFP and UNJLC/Log-Cluster at inter-agency level) organized the contacts with OCHA and asked Claire to assure the liaison from Kinshasa.

We had the objective to professionalize our activations, to gain confidence of the various international organizations and convince them to collaborate with OSM and HOT, to make OSM the Reference map in the context of disasters.

In parallel of the Congo Activation, I started The Mali activation two months later. Andrew Buck then joined in and Severin started activations for the Central Africa Republic (CAR) and South Sudan. At the same time, Jorieke and other Eurosha volunteers in CAR had to move out rapidly because of the insecurity.

With the Activations, the support of local communities and discussions, collaborations with the Red Cross, MSF, Eurosha, Espace Francophone projects, a place of innovation and experimentation was gradually implemented. We also proposed Design improvements of the Task Manager to adapt it to the context of Activations, offered various Daily exports, looked at using mobile devices for data collect, contributed to software experiments, design, development.

The core coordinators, we volunteered to develop gradually this model of activation that showed such success for the Ebola Outbreak response. We documented the wiki project page for each activation, advertised the OSM maps & products, assured daily updates of various exports, documented the Task Manager Jobs and negotiated for constant adaptations of this tools that is central for supporting these remote activations through internet. Jean-Guilhem Cailton and Fred Moine were also very supportive and reactive about imagery processing.

We assured the remote response mapping, obtaining the imagery from various Imagery providers, coordinating with the international organizations, convincing sometimes the developers to adapt their tools to the particular context of our activations. I bloged and emailed regularly on the activations on the hot website and the mailing list and participated to international conferences making outreach about our activities.

In parallel with the activations, we also worked to innovate in data collection and technical remote support of local communities. We also established contacts with the Red Cross and MSF, discussed about ways to progress. This was later beneficial for the Haiyan/Yolanda Activation in november 2013.

For the Mali Activation in early 2013, we implemented an Imagery Crowdsourcing application to have the capacity to spot villages spread in either flooded or desertic areas and difficult to view. Pierre Giraud adapted the Tasking Manager to import the polygons of the various residential areas. This helped focus around the villages, locate and trace the highways connecting to these villages.

The Haiyan typhoon that hit Tacloban city in november 2013 was very destructive and cut all communications and electricity. Our Red Cross partners were waiting to deploy in Tacloban, not knowing what was the exact situation on the ground. The international community was rapidly mobilized, satellites re-oriented to obtain post-disaster imagery. OSM, Copernicus and UNOSAT did Post-disaster evaluation to facilitate the logistic of the organization.

For that Activation, we coordinated with Maning Sambale (HOT/OSM Philippines) who managed discussions with the local governments about Opendata and interacted with the government and the international agencies and mobilized the OSM-Philippines. We had a very effective coordination with the American Red Cross, the UN agencies and the international organizations.

The first 10 days of the activation were impressive with the OSM developers adapting the Humanitarian style to show damages to structures and adding this style to various tools. This was quite a satisfaction 10 days later for all of us to see the Poster size maps delivered to the OIM at Tacloban airport. This is crisis response, with a lot of adaptation, listening, innovation.

In 2013, participating to a training mission in north of Haiti and to the Espace Francophone LearnOSM translation sprint, was the opportunity to be confronted with the field reality, the cultural context and the technical challenges we are faced in such missions. Very satisfactory experience with great friends. This is the type of experience we should give the opportunity to the more engaged volunteers of our organization, to help them progress and adapt to the reality of the various countries where we operate.

My 2014 HOT Journey

The Ebola outbreak in Guinea spread rapidly in march 2014 and for the first time in urban area and large territories. In the context of epidemics, the contact tracing is a crucial operation. MSF epidemiologists were faced with blank maps. Village names were an other problem with duplicates or variants. Looking at the Haiyan experience, they thought that GIS support and OSM maps would be beneficial to this response. CartONG GIS specialists worked in the field with the epidemiologists and had coordinating with HOT. The first imageries were bought by MSF and the OSM response was simply fantastic, three cities being mapped in one day. Rapidly the Red Cross joined in, HIU, MapBox and Airbus Space & Defense also provided free imagery. Volunteering over all of the last year for this Ebola response, was for me and surely for others both challenging, sad with the spreading of the epidemic, these continuous deaths with this very complex epidemic. But at the same time this was rewarding looking at what we can accomplish in such circumstances, how we can progress to coordinate with other organizations and make the difference. After Haiti, the West Africa Ebola activation is a reference, not only for the more then 15 millions objects edited and the 3,000 contributors from more then 100 countries, but also for the efficient of collaboration we implemented with UN Agencies and international organizations.

People that want to know more about me can read my HOT updates and my conference presentations on SlideShare.

My vision of HOT

This is a year of transition in the HOT organization with the majority of the Board of directors not renewing their term and the executive director announcing this week her departure. Thanks to all for their contribution to this organization.

Many of this year Board Candidates have significant experience and engagement with HOT, either on the Board mounting projects, interfacing with the partners. While we discuss for this election, I am convinced that the previous Board, the Executive director and the Board candidates can sit together and plan a smooth transition, assuring that the essential informations are transferred to the new Board and that we maintain the momentum of HOT.

Now that the nomination period is closed, the HOT membership will continue privately the discussions about orientations of HOT. I hope that this will be done with respect and openness. These annual meetings are also to review our processes, to question and assure that we adapt smoothly, that we assure to stay dynamic, motivated and innovative. Accountability, Openness, Respect are for me essential values in an organization like HOT with a mix of passionate and engaged volunteers, contractors and paid staff from which we benefit expertise. We have to be careful to offer a place of discussion where members can recognize themselves.
To meet once a year to select a Board is not enough. The new Board should look at how the information circulate better, the expertise of the membership is more effective to orient the projects. We should interrogate ourselves how the Working groups or other participation channels can facilitate the HOT operations with more connections between the volunteers, the contractors, the ED and the Board.

With the complexity of projects running, the share of expertise among members, the development of internal capacity in organizations like HOT is an essential factor of success. HOT is an organization with technical people having expertise in various sectors. We interconnect with various UN agencies and international organizations both to develop softwares, projects, collect field data, discuss about building information systems, collecting data from various governments and organizations. Organizations like HOT with both paid staff, contractors and volunteers should not be thought only as a hierarchical structure with the Board, the executive, and the contractors. There are surely confidential matters that should be dealt only by the Board and the ED, but we need to bridge from the various projects. It is essential to assure skill transfers and revise the actual rules of governance. We should take care to have the mechanisms that assure the relay of information from one to the other, and the capacity to revise our projects if necessary and assure a constant progress in this context of innovation and complex organisations sharing work with the the international organizations.

Let me take the example of an activity I was quite involved over the years with HOT. Since the start in 2010, the Activations offered our community the possibility to identify a clear space where we can collaborate with international organizations, innovate and have a significant impact mapping to support their deployment. As one of the core Activation coordinators since 2012, I am proud of the model we developed coordinating with UN Agencies and international organizations. We need to consolidate this action, by adapting the softwares to the needs of the activators and progress with our partners in field data collection. Tools like ODK can favor more exchanges between the humanitarian organizations and OSM. We can say that as volunteers for the OSM Ebola response in 2014, we impacted positively the organization. This opened doors for more collaboration and facilitated access to resources such as the 200,000 USD donation by the Hewlett Foundation, all of these allowing to deepen the impact of remote HOT crisis activations for both Humanitarian and Development actors as well as local communities.

I agree with Jorieke saying that the heart of HOT is this community and that the Board actions should not be isolated from the community and with other candidates that say we should do more community support and preparedness.

I also agree with Severin and Nicolas vision about how to reinforce this member-based organization with a more transparent organization.

We need also to identify clear objectives how the various activities may globally make the difference with common objectives about obtaining OpenData necessary to have more accurate maps. They should be integrated with a vision of which informations are the more crucial in the context of disaster and for economic development in general. Territory management by local authorities or by the international organizations supporting in case of disaster need solid Opendata about infrastructures and administrative limits. Obtaining such Opendata from various governments is often uneasy. But more we develop interelations with OSM local communities, universities, local government, more we will progress to answer these questions. For the Haiyan Typhoon response in november 2013, I saw how useful was the OSM community with Maning Sambale coordinating with the remote coordinators and interfacing locally with the international agencies and local governments.

HOT is an innovative organization that has multitude interactions with other organizations. The Board, the Executive, the contractors and the volunteers all have significant expertise and assure the progress of HOT in interaction with the UN Agencies and international organizations. We should assure a synergy of these various parts of HOT, reinforce the participation of the volunteers and contractors to project design, orientations, discussions with partners, evaluations. This to assure that we progress both with innovative products and projects, this in complex environments in interaction with our various partners.

We need Board directors willing to work with this community in a less hierarchial organization, discuss orientations, the progress of the projects, and assure the development of the organization.

We do not need to change fundamentally the structure of the organization, but to assure more bridges between the Board, the Executive and the membership, be more accountable, more open to discussions. If we can have more possibilities for the engaged members to participate to some field missions, this should also be quite a motivator. These are conditions that should favor the membership participation, more exchanges and assure constant innovations in the organization.

How I can play a role on this Board

I have previous experience as a Board director and managed the major activations since 2012 interacting with various organizations.

My grounding to the various realities of HOT action, my involvement both in action, organization, innovation, development, the support to both the humanitarian organizations and local communities, gives me the capacity to evaluate, orient projects, discuss with partners and the community. My experience in the various sectors of activity of HOT and dealing with partners is an asset for the organization.

In this year of transition, we need experienced people in the field of activities of HOT with a vision of the organization progress, pragmatic, able to sit both with the partners and the community, to continue in the action like we ever did.

HOT is a techy volunteer organization I am proud of and that I want to assure it will progress well.

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Le samedi 14 février 2015, cartopartie sur le thème des charbonnières à Combas

Posted by Amélie on 12 March 2015 in French (Français)

Le Collectif des Garrigues, en collaboration avec le Collectif du Bois des Lens et Altimara, a organisé une journée d’échanges sur le territoire du bois des Lens à Combas, autour de la cartographie participative sur le thème des charbonnières.

L'objectif de cette journée était de partir sur les traces d'Emilie et Roland Bonnaud, qui ont réalisé en 2012, un inventaire considérable des charbonnières, mais aussi des fours à chaux et des capitelles présentes sur le massif du bois des Lens.

Une trentaines de personnes étaient présentes samedi 14 février, afin de découvrir ce patrimoine sur le terrain, mais aussi de compléter la carte de bois des Lens en vérifiant le positionnement GPS des relevés d'Emile et Roland Bonnaud, tout en réalisant la trace des sentiers de promenade et en essayant de localiser de nouveaux objets.

Nous nous sommes organisés en cinq groupes. Les trois premiers sont repartis dans la Combe des Chêvres, le ruisseau de la Combe du Duc et le ruisseau de la Font du Bayle là où Emile et Roland Bonnaud avaient déjà fait leurs relevés GPS. Un quatrième groupe a décidé de s'élancer en plein bartas, dans la Combe de la Réserve, à la recherche de nouvelles charbonnières. Un dernier groupe, est resté dans le village, pour relever le plus de patrimoine possible.

Ces relevés des sites charbonnières s'intègrent dans la mise en place d'un inventaire du patrimoine vernaculaire des garrigues. Une carte répertoriant les sites charbonnières, fours à chaux, capitelles... est en cours de création. Les participants de cette journée ont appris à reconnaître une ancienne charbonnière et peuvent participer à cet inventaire.

Une rétrospective de cette journée a été présenté le dimanche 08 mars, lors du festival Lo Garou à Sainte-Croix de Quintillargues, Avec ce beau temps, de nombreuses personnes sont venues découvrir le travail du Collectif des Garrigues sur la cartographie participative. Nous avions le stand le plus connecté du festival !

Location: Rue de la Liberté, Combas, Nimes, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, France métropolitaine, 30250, France

Ajout de bâtiments et numérotation

Posted by Papilli on 5 March 2015 in French (Français)

Dans le quartier du chemin des Bulesses. Ajouter de bâtiments manquants ! Mise à jour de la numérotation des bâtiments.

Location: Cubly Dessous, Montreux, District de la Riviera-Pays-d’Enhaut, Vaud, Suisse

مندى الجزائر

Posted by saad11 on 27 February 2015 in French (Français)

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#OpenBeerMap fait peau neuve

Posted by OpenBeerMapContributor on 26 February 2015 in French (Français)

L'avez-vous remarqué, OpenBeerMap a été refait à neuf depuis quelques semaines !

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Refonte graphique et ergonomique, mais aussi refonte sous le capot : le code a été nettoyé et simplifié afin de faciliter la contribution et la réutilisation.

En contrepartie, la plupart des traductions sont à faire à nouveau : traducteurs, à vos claviers !

Ce travail est l’œuvre notamment de Maxime Corteel, qui n’en est pas à sa première application Firefox OS sur la bière, et que nous pouvons remercier chaleureusement.

N’hésitez pas à nous envoyer vos retours par mail(openbeermap[at]gmail.com) ou sur les réseaux sociaux (#OpenBeerMap)

Location: Beaubourg, Quartier Saint-Merri, 4e Arrondissement, Paris, Île-de-France, France métropolitaine, 75004, France

Cartes Vertes et Environmental OSM (découverte du jour)

Posted by EddieJ on 24 February 2015 in French (Français)

Je me repenche sur la question de l'utilisation d'OpenStreetMap pour servir des projets liés à "l'Environnement", en particulier des choses relevant des "Cartes Vertes".

Je viens de découvrir la page Environmental OSM sur le wiki OpenStreetMap

File:Bachalpseeflowers.jpg, via Wikimedia Commons

Environmental OSM is an attempt to provide OpenStreetMap tools to help tackle global warming, sustainable development and biodiversity. OpenStreetMap is proving to be an invaluable tool for a wide variety of projects & industries throughout the world and it also has the potential to help many environmental projects.

Voir aussi...

dans mon journal de contributeur OSM :

sur le blog de l'association Zoomacom :

Dans le cadre de la Fête de quartier de Montreynaud, qui s’est déroulée le 21 septembre 2013, l’AGEF, la Frapna Loire, la Ville de Saint-Étienne et Zoomacom ont organisé une promenade dans le Parc de Montreynaud sous la forme d’un sentier découverte afin de permettre aux habitants de (re)découvrir les richesses de celui-ci.

Evolution de l'Urbanisation

Posted by Lucie Houbion on 23 February 2015 in French (Français)

Bonjour,

Je cherche l'évolution de la population de 1990 à aujourd'hui pour les villes de Verneuil-l'Etang, Provins, Coulommiers et Tournan-en-Brie, comment pourrai-je les trouver ? Merci d'avance.

Cordialement

L. H

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