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私家訳Organized Editing Policy

Posted by muramototomoya on 21 September 2017 in Japanese (日本語)

本エントリーは、Organized Editing Policy (https://osm-dwg.limequery.org/741554) の私家訳です。意訳を多分に含みます。アンケート本文はnyampireさんの訳 (http://qiita.com/nyampire/items/c801b0bc562436951f9a) をどうぞ。

--ここから--

組織的編集に関するガイドライン

OSMが始まったころは、趣味の範囲で空いた時間を利用してマッピングを行う活動が主なものでした。マッパーは好きなものをマッピングし、好きなツールを使い、自分がマッピングした内容に対して自分で責任を負っていました。

OSMが拡大するにつれ、組織でマッピングする活動が増えてきました。企業がマッピングチームを雇い、特定の地域や特定の用途を想定してマッピングをおこない、OSMデータを改良しています。他にも学校の授業でOSMマッピングするような、非有償のグループ活動もあります。

このような組織的マッピング活動は、今日ではOSM活動の一部分となっており、正しく活動が進められたならば、OSMがより良いものになり、知名度も上がります。

個人マッパーと組織マッピンググループの間で、コミュニケーションを円滑に行い、どの参加メンバーも平等であることを明確にするため、OSMFデータ・ワーキンググループでは組織的マッピンググループに対するガイドラインを策定中です。ガイドラインでは組織的マッピンググループに対して一定の透明性確保を要請する予定です。例えば、チームメンバーのアカウントを開示することなどが挙げられますが、すでに多くのグループが自主的におこなっている内容でもあります。

ガイドラインに対してOSMコミュニティが何を期待しているのかを把握するため、アンケートを準備しました。このアンケートは、OSMを編集している人、これから編集しようと思っている人、個人マッパー、マッピンググループの一員などすべての人を対象にしています。アンケートの結果をもとに、ガイドラインをより良いものにしていきます。

本アンケートおよび策定されるガイドラインにおいては、paid mapping(有償マッピング)を、「他の人または団体から、何をマッピングするのか指示され、その報酬として金銭を受領したOSM編集」と定義します。また、other organised mapping(その他組織的マッピング)を、「他の人または団体から、何をマッピングするのか指示されるが、金銭を受領しないOSM編集」と定義します。

アンケートは12問あります。

Projeto Cocal do Sul

Posted by Mnemocinesis on 21 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

Hoje, eu entrei no projeto Projeto Cocal do Sul. Nele, vamos mapear todas as construções e vias da cidade de Cocal do Sul, SC.

Eu não sou muito bom com diários, então, por hoje é isso...

A cow made of corn

Posted by Minh Nguyen on 20 September 2017 in English (English)

It’s corn maze season in North America: for a couple months, farms all over are inviting folks to explore mazes they’ve cut out of corn fields.

CVNP A corn maze in Northeast Ohio by David Fulmer, CC BY 2.0.

In OpenStreetMap, several corn mazes have been micromapped across Southwest Ohio. The designs change each fall, so the mazes have to be micromapped all over again.

Wendel Farms pumpkins Look sideways: these pumpkins at Wendel Farms were previously visible in Bing and other aerial imagery, but the ways clearly need to be deleted now that the pumpkin design has been cut down (and replaced).

None of the aerial imagery providers have this fall’s maze designs yet – after all, these doodles are only weeks old in some cases. So I turned to the farms’ websites and Facebook pages, where farmers have posted aerial photos of their own mazes. I wrote to them, briefly describing OpenStreetMap and asking permission to update the map based on their photos. A few got back to me, happily giving permission. It’s free publicity for them, after all.

Wendel Farms cow This year, Wendel Farms’s corn maze depicts a cow surrounded by various dairy products.

Since my preferred editor, iD, currently lacks support for overlaying arbitrary images, I built a copy locally and modified it to display the photo above the normal imagery and below the data. Using my browser’s Web inspector, I added a pattern to the SVG document’s <defs> element:

<pattern patternUnits="userSpaceOnUse" id="maze" width="956" height="1174">
    <image x="0" width="956" height="1174" href="dist/img/pattern/maze.jpg" y="200" />
</pattern>

and overrode the CSS style of the <path> element representing the edges of the field:

.area-fill > .w107158117 {
    fill: url("#maze") !important;
}

I probably could’ve done something more sophisticated to keep the image anchored while panning and zooming, but this was good enough for a quick, informal micromapping project.

Wendel Farms cow

Not too long from now, these corn mazes will’ve been cut down and plowed under, and the paths will also be deleted from OpenStreetMap in anticipation of next year’s corn maze season. But a snapshot of this fall’s designs will eventually appear in the standard aerial imagery and remain there for years to come. As a result, mappers can compare a corn maze’s appearance and the date on which the maze was micromapped to determine the vintage of the surrounding area’s imagery.

In the meantime, if you poke around Southwest Ohio, be on the lookout for cows and other scenes hidden among the cornstalks.

Location: State Line Road, Reily Township, Butler County, Indiana, United States of America

Survey on organised editing

Posted by OSMF Data Working Group on 20 September 2017 in English (English)

The Data Working Group is conducting a survey as part of its work on a policy covering paid mapping.

When OpenStreetMap started, it was largely a project of hobbyists contributing to OSM in their spare time. They chose freely what to map and which tools to use, and they took individual responsibility for their contributions.

The continuing growth and popularity of OSM have also brought more and more organised mapping efforts, mostly in the form of companies setting up paid data teams to improve OSM data in specific regions or for specific use cases, but also unpaid groups like school classes that are directed to work on OSM.

These organised mapping efforts are an integral part of today's OSM contribution landscape and, when done well, help make OSM better and more widely known.

In order to ensure good communication, and a level playing field, between individual community members and organised editing groups, the OSMF Data Working Group has been tasked with developing guidelines for organised groups. These guidelines will above all set out some transparency requirements for organised groups - things that are already voluntarily followed by most groups today, like informing the mapping community about which accounts edit for the team.

We have prepared the following survey with a few questions about such a policy to give us a better understanding of what the mapping community expects from such a policy. The survey is aimed at everyone editing (or planning to edit) in OSM, whether as individual mappers or as part of a team, and your answers will help us in fleshing out a draft policy.

Within the scope of the survey, and the policy to be written, we define paid mapping (or paid editing) as any editing in OSM performed by someone who is told by a third party what to map (and potentially also how to map it) and who receives money in exchange. We define other organised mapping (or editing) as any editing that is also steered by a third party, but where no money is paid.

Please participate in our survey here: https://osm-dwg.limequery.org/741554

Gravar tracks / trilhas usando gps automotivos

Posted by Tomio on 19 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

As vias dos novos loteamentos normalmente não estão visíveis nas imagens satelitais disponíveis no OSM para edição, em razão da frequência de atualização das mesmas. A solução é percorrer as novas vias, gravando tracks/trilhas gpx para utilizar nas edições.

Realizei alguns testes comparativos, gravando alguns tracks utilizando um gps automotivo Garmin Nuvi 2580 e um gps de mão, o Garmin 76csx.

Para obter uma maior precisão, em ambos gps foram desativadas a função "Lock on road". Isto é muito importante, para forçar o gps a gravar a sua real localização. Sem este procedimento, o equipamento realiza "correções" a fim de coincidir a localização com o mapa visualizado na tela, obtendo um track impreciso.

No Garmin 76csx, o procedimento consiste em: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Garmin/eTrex_Vista_HCx

Nos gps automotivos Garmin Nuvi, o procedimento varia um pouco conforme o equipamento, mas de forma geral:
- nuvi 1000 ou superior: http://www.gpsinfo.com.br/viewtopic.php?t=4581
- nuvi 2xx e 7xx: http://nastrilhas.com.br/site/index.php/gps/23-garmin/17-gravar-um-tracklog-no-garmin-nuvi-2xx-e-7xx
- nuvi: http://www.mundooutdoor.com.br/melhorando-tracklog/

Após a gravação, foi realizado o efeito comparativo e concluíu-se que a diferença entre os tracks gravados pelos equipamentos é praticamente desprezível:

  • Exemplo 01:

  • Exemplo 02:

  • Exemplo 03:

Assim, os colaboradores do OSM que quiserem utilizar seus gps automotivos para obter tracks para edição, podem fazê-lo sem maiores problemas. Ou podem ser adquiridos equipamentos usados a preços reduzidos, viabilizando os mapeamentos.

Quem tiver interesse, mesclei os tracks do gps Garmin 2580 com o Garmin 76 e subi para as trilhas do OSM:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505114:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505117:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Tomio/traces/2505110:

Kathmandu beckons

Posted by ramyaragupathy on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Quite excited to be at the SOTM Asia 2017 Conference in Kathamandu this weekend. This year I'll be talking about my OpenStreetMap readiness assessment work and walk through on how the approach varies from prior art, opening new avenues for mappers to explore data coverage.

I'm also collaborating with Jennings Anderson on his contributor metrics analysis & trying to understand how does mapping community health reflects on the readiness work.

If you're at Kathmandu this weekend, do catch me up for more conversation over a Chiya! 👋

note

Posted by Jomals on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Hurricane Irma, Mexican Earthquake, Bangladesh Floods

Milestone

Posted by elmoneto on 19 September 2017 in Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)

Depois de alguns meses de dedicação e aproximadamente 23 mil buildings adicionadas, atingi a meta de desenhar casas e demais edificações em todas as vias da área urbana de São Gabriel (RS). Ao todo, 37 bairros e 3 núcleos urbanos autônomos. Faltam casas que estão encobertas ou que ainda não aparecem nas imagens aéreas, as quais serão adicionadas quando eu ou outros mapeadores formos coletar dados a campo (o que eu considero a melhor parte do mapeamento). A tarefa por muitas vezes parecia interminável mas vendo o resultado final valeu o esforço. O trabalho agora é de melhorar o mapeamento na zona rural de São Gabriel em paralelo com outras tarefas na região central e campanha do Rio Grande do Sul. Espero que com a geometria disponível, usuários sejam incentivados a adicionar informações, como numeração e nomes de estabelecimentos, relativas a cada building.

Zona urbana de São Gabriel, RS

Location: Núcleo Habitacional Fernando Ferrari, Camobi, Sede, Santa Maria, Microrregião de Santa Maria, Mesorregião Centro-Ocidental Rio-Grandense, Rio Grande do Sul, Região Sul, Brasil

First Mapping Project

Posted by Ben7k on 19 September 2017 in English (English)

Started on project #2286 for a university project.

Helped out on #3593 , which was mapping buildings on Montserrat as the island is currently at risk of flooding and mud slides from Hurracan Maria.

À Rennes, le musée se cartographie de l'intérieur

Posted by PanierAvide on 19 September 2017 in French (Français)

Pour les journées européennes du patrimoine 2017, les contributeurs OpenStreetMap d'Ille-et-Vilaine ont réalisé une cartographie du Musée de Bretagne (Rennes) et de ses oeuvres majeures. Une contribution innovante puisque peu de musées sont encore cartographiés précisément en intérieur dans OSM.

Pour en savoir plus : https://openstreetmap.fr/musee-bretagne-indoor

Location: Colombier - Champ de Mars, Centre, Quartiers Centre, Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France métropolitaine, 35700, France

Imagery update for Mapbox Satellite layer

Posted by pratikyadav on 18 September 2017 in English (English)

We recently rolled out 8.2 million km² of high-resolution satellite imagery from DigitalGlobe to our base map. Read more about it here → https://blog.mapbox.com/updating-8-2-million-km%C2%B2-of-high-resolution-satellite-imagery-b68070bdf4b2

All this imagery is available to be used by OpenStreetMap contributors for mapping! 🎉

Here is a breakout of the extents:

Asia Major cities and urban corridors in Middle East, India, China, Turkey, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Africa Egypt and parts of Kenya.

Europe Major cities in Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Iceland, and Hungary. Also Paris and Moscow.

South America Major parts of Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, and Chile.

North America Large parts of Mexico, Cuba, and Central America, along with southern cities of Canada.

This imagery will enable mappers to trace intricate details like buildings intrusions, turn lanes, trees and so much more! Happy mapping! 🌐

Rio de Janeiro Rio de generio

Floating logs in Vancouver Floating logs in Vancouver

Ijen volcano East Java, Indonesia Ijen volcano  East Java Indonesia

The new Presidential Palace, Abu Dhabi (UAE)  The new Presidential Palace, Abu Dhabi (UAE)

FAQ

Mapping: All this imagery is licensed for OSM tracing use.

Source: All this imagery is provided by DigitalGlobe from its satellites.

Date: Varies. We do not publish fine-grained date metadata, but we know it’s important to OSM and we hope to provide it in the future.

Local problems with imagery, requests to prioritize specific areas, and other feedback: Please submit through this form →https://www.mapbox.com/feedback/satellite/

OpenStreetMap US Mappy Hours Reboot

Posted by mvexel on 18 September 2017 in English (English)

A few years ago I started a bi-weekly video chat for US mappers, called Mappy Hours. They were fun and varied, with topics ranging from tagging discussions to a presentation about OpenHistoricalMap and many things in between.

Then we all got busy and the Mappy Hours stopped. I was recently reminded about them on the OSM Slack channel, and I thought it would be nice to restart them. So here are the details of the first Mappy Hour:

Wednesday September 27 at 5:30pm Pacific Time

We used to use Google Hangouts, but there were problems with that: a limited number of video participants, you couldn't call in, plugins.. There is no perfect solution but I have had success with Zoom so we will try that. You can either download the Zoom client or call in using your phone.

Zoom link

There are local dial in phone numbers for many countries.

The topic for the first Mappy Hour will be State of the Map US. What are you looking forward to? Do you have a presentation you want to promote? Do you have ideas to make the conference even better than previous years? Let's talk! Even if you are not planning to attend SOTM US, I invite you to attend: there will be plenty of time to talk about other things as well.

OSM Analytic Tracker (OSMAT)

Posted by Cascafico on 18 September 2017 in Italian (Italiano)

Mini-abstract

Tracking vandalisms is often not an easy task. To accomplish this activity I hardly find useful digging in the history of OSM changesets.

Instead OSMAT features a clean list of create/modifiy/deletes and tag changes; the latter one is particularly useful to track "advanced vandalism".

OSMAT focuses on fast detection, so don't expect to configure it on a national base, since rows will start to scroll too fast for spotting problems. For the same reason, OSMAT relies on minimal base of mappers and (quoting its wiki) "Improve[s] team spirit of a regional OSM team/task-force".

The following installation procedure has been brought live on a OrangePi PC single-board computer. Here you can find a regional live instance for Friuli Venezia Giulia Italy.

Docker installation

OSMAT deployment is Docker based, so refer to Davide's Docker installation

OSMAT download

Then download OSMAT sources:
$ git clone https://github.com/MichaelVL/osm-analytic-tracker.git

Check docker service

$ sudo service docker status
● docker.service - Docker Application Container Engine
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/docker.service; enabled)
Active: active (running) since Sat 2017-09-16 11:40:37 CEST; 2 days ago

OSMAT configure

Once you got docker up and running (I had to upgrade linux kernel > 3.10 for my Jessie Orange Pi) and before compiling container, you have to configure active region.

Default available regions are the ones defined by Geofabrik. For instance, navigate to nord-est, take note of .poly link (nowadays is https://download.geofabrik.de/europe/italy/nord-est.poly) and edit configuration file:

$ cd osm-analytic-tracker
$ vi config.json
You'll need to replace 3 occourences of default "denmark.poly" with your poly (for instance "nord-est.poly", without any trailing URL).

Optionally, here you can also adjust:

  • map zoom level and time horizon, just search for "map_scale": "6"
  • logging interval, search for "horizon_hours": "48"

Compile container

Once you're done with region & zoom configuration, set your device OS (mine is Armbian, which I've found Raspian compatible) commenting one of the following lines :
$ vi Dockerfile
#FROM debian:jessie
FROM resin/rpi-raspbian

then compile container:
$ sudo docker build -t osm-analytic-tracker .

Run

Then choose which port to listen (mine is 8889) and run it!
$ docker run -d --restart=always --name=osmat-container -p 8889:80 osm-analytic-tracker

[optional] Customizing

If you need a particular Area Of Interest, I've found easier to add a line in default regions list:

  1. Build a polygon: use JOSM opendata plugin to easily build and save a .poly which will be your AOI.
  2. Publish myAOI.poly somewere in internet
  3. Edit docker/regions.txt adding (or replacing) geofabrik URI's with your URI, for instance:
    $ cd docker
    $ vi regions.txt
    http://bpi.uk.to/osm/regions/myAOI.poly
    https://download.geofabrik.de/asia/myanmar.poly
    https://download.geofabrik.de/asia/japan.poly
    https://download.geofabrik.de/asia/vietnam.poly
    [snip]
  4. Stop, remove and re-run container:
    $ docker stop osmat-container
    $ docker rm osmat-container
    $ docker run -d --restart=always --name=osmat-container -p 8889:80 osm-analytic-tracker

Try it

Go to http:127:0.0.1:8889 and wait for some changeset :-)

If you don't see any changeset, at least you should see the map centered in your AOI and read in the upper right corner "Lag" around 1-5 minutes. Just wait for the next OSM changeset.

iDでアップロード出来ない

Posted by tadanet3 on 18 September 2017 in Japanese (日本語)

昨夜からiDでアップロード出来へん

ずーっとこのまま

サーバが混雑してるんかなぁ…

OpenStreetMap Carto release v4.3.0

Posted by pnorman on 17 September 2017 in English (English)

Dear all,

Today, v4.3.0 of the openstreetmap-carto stylesheet (the default stylesheet on openstreetmap.org) has been released.

Changes include

  • Moving ford and emergency phone to a new tagging scheme
  • Moving natural=tree to higher zoom level (z18+)
  • Changing embassy color to brown
  • Rendering name for waterway=dock
  • The same line wrap of amenities for all zoom levels
  • Fixing combined railway/highway ordering regression
  • Fixing line wrapping bug in Docker
  • Some documentation and code cleaning
  • Improve ferry line text legibility
  • Hide small theme parks and zoos
  • Use solid lines for admin borders at low zooms

Thanks to all the contributors for this release, including stevenLAD, a new contributor.

For a full list of commits, see https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/compare/v4.2.0...v4.3.0

As always, we welcome any bug reports at https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues

State of The Map 2017, Aizuwakamatsu, Japan

Posted by AnisKoutsi on 17 September 2017 in English (English)

This post was aggregated form my personal blog ( http://anisakuci.com/2017/09/04/state-of-the-map-2017-it-was-a-blast/ )

My first introduction to OpenStreetMap was almost a year ago, when Redon Skikuli, a fellow friend from Open Labs Hackerspace presented me this great project, which I really liked since the beginning.

I started contributing at OpenStreetMap, editing the map using ID editor in the beginning , adding information to the map, co-organizing small mapathons and events at the local hackerspace that I am part of, and telling people I know, advantages of using OSM. As time passed by, I found out, that State of The Map, which is the annual gathering of OpenStreetMap enthusiasts from all around the world, would happen within a few months, in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan.

I applied with a presentation, and a few weeks later I received the confirmation email from Rob Nickerson. I was thrilled to find out that I was one of the chosen scholars by OSM Foundation to attend the conference, and that was a great opportunity to meet contributors from other countries and communities and go deeper into the OSM ideology.

Months passed by, after struggling to get the visa, with the huge help of Dorothea Kazazi, I finally made it.

The moment has come to attend SoTM for the first time !!

Long trip to arrive in amazing Aizuwakamatsu, but the excitement to be there was way more intense.

The conference started. After registering and receiving some swag and goodies provided by the organizing team and a delicious Japanese tea, time to start the sessions. I held my presentation “How to start an OSM Community” during the first day of the event, in the main hall. I explained how the OSM Community in my country was created and how it grew up, I shared my thoughts about essentials that are needed to have a healthy community, gave some tips on how to encourage new people to join OSM and how to create communities based on a country’s historical and cultural background.

Didn’t forget to mention the importance of having more women involved, not only in OSM communities but in every other Free Open Source project.

After answering the questions that were kindly asked by the audience, I was ready to enjoy so many great talks, workshops and lightning talks I spotted on the agenda for the next three days, and a very productive meet-up that happened the third day of the conference, where everyone shared thoughts about how local chapters and OSM Foundation can help each-other grow bigger, and we had the opportunity to share the wish of the Albanian speaking community to become a chapter.

Worth mentioning the dinner that was organized for all the attendees where we enjoyed an exquisite traditional Japanese dinner, an amazing show with Aizuwakamatsu traditional music, followed by the OpenStreetMap Awards, organized by Ilya Zverev, where I was more than happy to announce the winner of one of the categories.

Well, after all I didn’t only get to know so many other OSM related projects that I didn’t know earlier, but also earned even more knowledge, learnt even more tools and ways to contribute to the map, and last but not least, I met incredible people that deeply inspired me. We shared not only our knowledge but also some wonderful moments and memories in Japan, that will remain in my mind for a very long time.

Let’s take a moment to thank the organizing team for a wonderful SoTM 2017 !

As one of the phrases I spotted on one of the presentations says : “ The big OpenStreetMap community is like a big family”

I could not agree more.   

Madeira

Posted by silver mapper on 17 September 2017 in English (English)

Travelled to Madeira for a week at the end of February, staying at the excellent Pestana Grand Ocean Resort hotel. I have been prompted to compile this diary entry more than six months later because of lonvia's user diary entry of 10th September, regarding https://waymarkedtrails.org/, and my particular interest, https://hiking.waymarkedtrails.org. First, though, I must comment on the excellent level of detail in OSM for Madeira; I was extremely surprised, but so pleased, too, of course. It was of help in all ways: our journeys, our walks, and restaurants, even. What a difference it makes! We undertook three walks during our stay: the first, to get our legs moving, from the hotel, directly on the seafront, to Cãmara de Lobos alongside the beach. The second was to take no. 81 bus from Funchal to Eira do Serrado, then walk to Curral das Freiras (Nun's Valley). What a scenic walk! The third was to take no.96 bus to Estreito de Cãmara de Lobos, then walk Levada do Norte (South) to Cabo Girão. We had hoped to walk from Monte to the botanic gardens, also, but there had been a landslip, unfortunately, and the way was closed. Second, lonvia's waymarked trails were excellent in highlighting and naming the officially recognised walks: Madeira is such a complex arrangement of hills that it would be difficult to choose routes otherwise. Together, and continuing to use my same resources on my 'phone, they contributed to a most enjoyable holiday. Finally, I recollect the usefulness of the waymarked trails as I walked sections of the Chiltern Way and created some of its child relations in JOSM.

Location: Santa Rita, São Martinho, Funchal, Madeira, Archipelago of Madeira (Portugal)

GSoC 2017 PT_Assistant plugin for JOSM

Posted by Polyglot on 17 September 2017 in English (English)

Giacomo Servadei continued to work on the PT_Assistant plugin for JOSM

Hiking, bicycle and equestrian routes

The plugin is not just about public transport anymore, it can also highlight hiking and bicycle routes and report problems with their continuity. It now also visualizes forward/backward roles, which makes editing them a lot more convenient.

One of the problems I noticed over the past year, was that while fixing public transport route relations, sometimes foot and bicycle routes were broken and the validator didn't warn about this. The other problem is that when bicycle routes fork, forward and backward roles are needed, but they depend on the direction of the way and those little arrows are very hard to see.

Now one leg is coloured in blue, the other in red, which makes it immediately obvious whether the route is mapped correctly and it's easier to know if forward needs to become backward or vice versa.

forked bicycle route relation

Public transport improvements

Tools

  • The plugin can now sort stops according to the sequence of the ways in the route relations.

  • It can help with splitting roundabouts, while keeping the route relations that pass over them correct

  • There is a new map mode to add stop_position nodes. If such nodes are added to the first or last ways of the itinerary, the way is split and only the pertinent part is kept.

  • And there is a new map mode to help with ways selection. It will select all ways in between 2 forks, which are suitable for the mode of transport worked on. At the moment this defaults to bus.

Validation

There are also some new categories of problems the plugin reports and proposes fixes for.

  • gaps of a single (suitable) way + automatic fix

  • a bug with the detection of relations that could be fixed by simply sorting the ways was fixed.

  • a new category will tell the mapper about relations that end up with less gaps when the ways are sorted. This can help detect routes tagged with public_transport:version=2, which aren't composed of a simple sorted sequence of ways for each variation, but instead still have ways for both/all directions of travel in them.

  • There is a new category for routes that don't start or end neatly on a stop_position node near to a corresponding platform node.

  • The names of the first and last stops are compared to from and to tags in the route relations.

  • A warning is given if the first or last way don't correspond to the first or last stop in the route relation.

300000 узлов

Posted by dansit on 17 September 2017 in Russian (Русский)

Очередной рубеж. За 4 месяца рисования. Вообще то при той недостаточности отрисовки Казахстана достигать такие рубежи довольно таки не сложно. Только рисуй. Хотя это одновременно огорчает. Что так мало отрисованно. Значит активность юзеров в ОСМ Казахстана не слишком велика

編集間違い

Posted by tadanet3 on 17 September 2017 in Japanese (日本語)

尼と大阪で変な道を発見 https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2149932085 https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1939196542 https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/172582552 https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/398722799 編集者は同じアカウント OSMを始めたばかりの方らしい  しかも外国の人っぽい 現在、本人へ修正依頼中

それにしても、何故見ず知らずの異国の地でいきなりマッピングを始める 普通は地元から始めるやろ…