Mapping hub in Asia, sounds exciting. Well written and Congratulations to Dr. Nama. The right person to lead Asian community.
You inspire many! Thanks Maning
This was long standing feature that community wanted. Thanks for your efforts :)
Nice work @karito and team!
AweOSM! nice work everyone. Thanks for sharing!
These are awesome sequences, Thanks for sharing Maning!
MYM is really great tool to know nearby active mappers. Thanks for sharing Martijn!
@Hidekichi Thanks for finding typos and missing dependencies. I will make correction now.
You can directly install protozero using apt install libprotozero-dev which will install latest version. To run rasterize command just use “single dot” at the starting ./rasterize.sh
apt install libprotozero-dev
Let me know if you could able to do that!
Awesome Jennifer! In my validation experience, the vandalism is very rare, if it happens the community will fix as soon as possible. The other chances of adding low quality label to map is newbies. I’d care more for “time” gap for detecting and fixing low quality labels or bad edits on map. It’d be good to automate these things. Thanks for sharing!
@tshedy Thank you for being valuable contributor. Community is proud of your contributions!
Amazing writeup! @DeBigC Thanks for sharing your Mapillary and mapping story. It inspires others!
Thanks for sharing on how to render Indic languages in a different approach on default carto style. Would like to try it for Kannada language.
This is awesome Khushan! I love Idly-gl and Idlies! Amazing work :)
This is bad and amazing at the same time. @karito awesome summary.
Awesome contribution, Naveen! Really liked the details in Kannada map.
I discovered your tool recently. I have been using this tool to check recent edits around my neighbourhood. Nice tool for the community. Thank you for this.
Awesome @wille! Thanks for the improvement!
Your contributions for the city and OSM are appreciated. Indeed, adding bus stops and in turn adding them to the relations are really challenging. One of the interesting project on bus routes for Bengaluru is here http://sajjad.in/tag/bmtc/
Great to know that you have collected 75 mapping features. You can also capture important roads, shops, monuments or places using Mapillary. Anyone who has smartphones with a GPS can contribute to it. For more information on how it works, check here, https://help.mapillary.com/ and also you can check the coverage in Kanchipuram https://www.mapillary.com/app/?lat=13.090207091725219&lng=78.04181348830025&z=6.017466974605417