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First diary entry

présence médiatique

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 23:50

The power of OSM

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 22:29

I would like to recount an interesting encounter I had during a bike trip in Myanmar. In December 2016 I wanted to cycle from Yangon/Myanmar to Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia. Beforehand I was armchair mapping some tracks east of Bago, Myanmar in order to avoid the stinky and noisy main road and slightly short-cut the trip. Later I used OsmAnd+ to navigate those tracks.

It was precisely on these roads in the middle of nowhere - Google Maps is literally blank there - where I met a female solo bike traveller. She used to navigate and was using 'my' roads to go into the opposite direction.

Quite entertaining to see the real world impact of all our mapping efforts.

Сезон в разгаре

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 21:06

Велосипедный сезон у меня в самом разгаре. Вслед за ним подтянулись фотографии и, наконец, мапперство.

Хотя по своему, теперь уже горячо любимому, спуску я проехался повторно, всё никак не доберусь до его тегирования по горно-велосипедной части. Инструментальные измерения там можно проводить только пешком; живу я оттуда далековато; велосипед оставлять без присмотра опасно как наверху, так и внизу. Видимо, прибегну к данным SRTM.

Осмографировал местность до недавнего времени рейдовым способом, унося данные в собственной голове, и без того всё время перегруженной оперативными данными. Начал осознавать, что вскорости перестанет помогать даже мнемотехника (наряду с космоснимками), посему задумался о некой записной книжке, где бы рисовал обследованные (чаще с приставкой пере-) объекты. Но ведь подчас удобнее вносить правки сразу на месте! Вот так и вспомнил про Vespucci. Хотя рисование на тачскрине сродни вертелу в пекле, для мелких уточнений вполне сносно. Зато тегировать - рай: хочешь - заготовки применяй; желаешь набирать по буквам - соседняя вкладка и набирай хоть до дыр в экране; рядышком - отсылка в вики по тегам... Поэтому всё больше оперативных правок карты у меня с телефона.

Вот только josm я не брошу. Почему - ни для кого здесь не вопрос. Тем более привык я к нему и некоторым модулям: по-прежнему наблюдаю за обновлением космоснимков (раз уж взялся); соскучился по применению gpsblam. Эта парочка-связочка ещё потрудится.

...Ну а пока - пока!

Football Betting

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 14:24

Hey!! I am a regular follower of football and also play football in my everyday life. Basically, I do not believe in admiring any specific team but believes in appreciating good games. According to me, it is the sportsman spirit which really matters in enjoying any match. Sometimes ago, I started betting on football matches through my website. You can also try to find excellent betting tips here only.

Aws Online training

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 13:57

Aws online training: Kelly Technologies offers is one of the most comprehensive and interactive courses in the industry Amazon web service is a cloud-based platform which offers multiple services in the fields of Computing, storage, Networking, Data management and business solutions. AWS has literally taken over the entire software, business processes and Data management fields. AWS gives complete flexibility of running businesses without having to invest heavily in infrastructure like Data centers, servers, computers, IT products etc.

Cleveland Discount Furniture store

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 9:57

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Giải pháp tiêu dùng

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 9:55

Cung cấp giải pháp tiêu dùng thông minh với nhiều ưu đãi hấp dẫn chuyên tư vấn vay vốn ngân hàng vay tiêu dùng lãi suất thấp cho người tiêu dùng thông minh


Mapping Bajo Cauca

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 9:38

Currently working on task #108 - Bajo Cauca - Emergencia HidroItuango

MTA bus stops

jeu 24 mai 2018 - 3:59

Followers of my profile (all 2 of you) may have just noticed an edit go live about 600 miles away from where I normally edit. This isn't armchair mapping; I went over to Manchester to see my long-distance boyfriend but knew in advance that he didn't have the week off so I brought the maps along to occupy myself during his shifts.

I managed to ride all fifteen of MTA's routes in three days; fourteen of these being while he was working and one while he was asleep.

MTA is different from SMART in a few ways:

  1. Posted bus stops are kinda just... suggestions. Except for three of the routes, passengers can just wave the bus down anywhere along the fixed route to get on, and request a stop anywhere from the driver.
  2. Trips after 6:30 don't even make you get off on the official route. The last three 5s and 11s run what's called "deviated fixed route", which means the bus will deviate from the fixed route to drop you off - up to 3/4 of a mile is what the driver I actually did it with said.
  3. All the drivers go everywhere. The bus you catch from the Mall of NH may just continue on to SNHU, if you catch it at the right time.
  4. The buses can hold for each other. If you're on a late bus trying to catch another, just ask the driver, and they'll radio in for the next bus to wait, if they're not that next bus themselves.
  5. From Downtown to the outer end, and back, is considered a single trip.
  6. Colby Court Senior Center is by request only. The same applies to Elliot at River's Edge for the 3 and inbound 12 - though it has regularly-scheduled service on the outbound 12.

Because of point 1, there are actually long stretches without any posted stops. Route 4 doesn't have any. The map I've uploaded consists of:

  • Any stop with a physical MTA or Green DASH sign
  • Any location on the route with a shelter
  • Any timepoint in the schedule

Because of point 5, there will be some route_master relations with only one child route relation, and the route relations won't follow the ## (dir): from => to name format.

Because of point 6, I didn't see the area around Colby Court Senior Center and may be missing stops.

Also, when I rode the 11, the driver skipped Garden Drive, saying it wasn't on the directions she'd been given. So I missed stops there too.

Actual route relations are coming soon(tm)!


mer 23 mai 2018 - 21:20


Will the DWG block us all one day?

mer 23 mai 2018 - 13:08

I have noticed a trend that user blocks are more and more "requested" for things that were accepted in past (i.e. not responding messages/empty changeset comments etc).

Although OSM claims to have 4,607,162 users [1] only 16,431 were editing during the past week [1]. On the other hand, I have counted roughly 1,800 user blocks [2]. I know that one user can receive multiple blocks. However, the proportion seems odd. Looking at the chart, I have two questions in mind. Altough the DWG creates regular reports, there is nothing about this in it.

  • Is it an erroneous assumption that the barriers for blocking users were lowered over the time? And is there a list like ignoring changeset comments is still above the level for being blocked but ignoring user messages isn't?

  • What is the reason for publishing the stigma of a received user block on his/her profile page as well as in the "list of shame" [2] over a period of more than 8 years now? Does the limitation of purpose by the GDPR for data stored apply?

Thanks a lot


[2] manually counted, adjusted by ~130 for the Berlin train station user.

MapTiler Cloud: map hosting for your apps

mer 23 mai 2018 - 13:00

Some time ago, we started a project with the aim to simplify creating and using maps based on open-data and running on open-source software. After years of active development, we are announcing MapTiler Cloud, a map hosting service available to everyone.

Maps of the entire world

The heart of our maps is based on OpenStreetMap data. This crowdsourcing project covers entire world and variety of topics: from transportation infrastructure through landcover information to detailed information about multiple kinds of points of interest.

There are six default base maps available, each suitable for a different purpose:

  • Street map is the best fit for car navigation and displaying points of interest and markers
  • Topo map with contour lines and hillshading is suitable for hiking and outdoor activities,
  • Gray and Dark basemaps helps your overlays to stand out.

All maps are available in 55 languages, which can be optionally auto-selected based on the visitor’s language. In addition, we also offer other datasets like satellite map of the entire world or contour lines and hillshading for outdoor maps.

We have a free plan for non-commercial projects, which includes open-source and open-data communities, which we highly value for their work. The other plans are billed to ensure sustainability of our project. However, since MapTiler is not venture-funded, we can set the prices relatively low compared to our competitors like Google or Mapbox, because we are not committed to any third-party entity, only to our clients. There is also another advantage of an independent company: all the profit we make can be directed into further development of the project. And most important, we can create a clear business model by selling maps, not end users’ private data or advertisement.

Use it on the web, mobile, desktop or in games

With a good map in the background, you can let your imagination fly and start developing the coolest application ever. It is easy to add point, line, polygon or completely change the maps and visible data for your own purpose.

There is an built-in support for most of the popular JavaScript libraries for your web development like Leaflet, OpenLayers, Mapbox GL JS and much more. You can also use it in numerous mobile SDKs for Android and iOS including Mapbox, Tangram or Carto mobile SDK. The maps are also compatible with desktop GIS like ArcGIS or QGIS and there are static maps for printing and graphics.

Use it with your favorite software

Hosting for your own geodata

For those who need to enrich your map with more complex data prepared in third-party software, MapTiler Cloud support upload of both vector and raster map tiles in MBTiles format.

If you have a pile of images you want to overlay over the map or you are just curious about this option, download the free version of MapTiler Desktop application, read the short intro and turn your image into a zoomable map in a few mouse clicks.

Custom made campus plan on the Street map as a background

Powered by open-source and open-data

The hosting is run by a team who stays behind the popular OpenMapTiles project. This also means the core is based on this open-source software and we make a commitment to further development. The openness of our map hosting service is also in the data we provide, where our maps are based on weekly updated OpenStreetMap data.

If you decide to host your own maps with OpenMapTiles, you have an easy option how to download all the stuff you ever made. The only “vendor lock-in” we use is the quality of our services.

The only “vendor lock-in” we use is the quality of our services.

Running own map from robust infrastructure is always difficult from technical as well as financial point of view, but sometimes necessary for special requirements like an intranet or offline deployment. We support this option with our OpenMapTiles project, which provides pre-generated tiles and software for running a map.

Reliable infrastructure

MapTiler Cloud runs on a reliable global infrastructure, which is production use by our customers including big companies like IBM, Swiss Railways or Bosch, but also by many smaller organizations and individuals. We highly value every client and even if your company is not listed in Fortune 500, we will take the same care of you.

The service is running from global CDN with over 110 edge servers (POPs) on 5 continents to ensure minimal latency by selecting geographically closest server of a visitor. There are two fully redundant and automatically replicated core data centers in Western Europe and North America serving the map data. to split the traffic, but with an option to run independently. In both datacenters, we deploy a high-availability setup, with load-balancer actively triggering health checks and setting up failover to additional machines, which are launched to handle increased traffic and peaks. Our commitment in the service-level agreement is 99.9% availability.

If you want more information or you want directly use the service, visit and get the Free plan.

Two fully redundant and automatically replicated core data centers in Western Europe and North America

Notifier Systems London

mer 23 mai 2018 - 9:24

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Haroon Sharif jewellers

mer 23 mai 2018 - 7:58

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Responding To Colombia Flood vulnerable communities

mer 23 mai 2018 - 0:43

I added buildings to the mapping task for colombia flood disaster:#108 - Bajo Cauca - Emergencia HidroItuango

#UniqueMappersTeam of Africa Secures Best Mapper's Annual Prize Award from Local Partnership MOU with Transparent Earth Nigeria Ltd

mar 22 mai 2018 - 19:35

After Several weeks of booking for an appointment with Transparent Earth Nigeria Ltd,to formally negotiate for a partnership Memorandum of Understanding(MOU),today was a great day for me and my team members as we visited the company .Earlier on we forwarded an MOU draft for mutual benefits and partnership .The MOU was granted which includes a request for Transparent Nigeria Ltd to provide support that encourages active and sustainable humanitarian mapping using openstreetmap,in form of annual prize award to best mapper of the team. It was exciting to hear the Lead Consultant/Managing Director,D.C.L.Eze,making a pronouncement to grant that annually,his company will be giving a prize award of N30,000(about $80) to the best mapper of UniqueMappersTeam. With this feat,UniqueMappersTeam members mostly students of University of Port Harcourt,Nigeria,will enjoy this benefit as humanitarian mappers of OpenStreetMap. I am so excited that my targets for UniqueMappersTeam local partnership collaboration is being achieved with Transparent Earth Nigeria Ltd.In addition to this ,Transparent Earth also engaged our director,LetGirlsmap as a graduate trainee and today promised to permit her carry out her national service with the company and thereafter,employ her as GIS officer.The Company also accepted our team members for a six months internship starting from June 2018 . We had no budget to hire a bus to take our team of 9 leaders to the company,but had to source for it this morning,so we hired a bus that took us for the outing. Surprisingly,the MD also gave us a cash of N10,000(about $27.78) that took care of the bus hire!!!!!! What a glorious day for UniqueMappersTeam for #UnqueMappersTeam(UMT)Port Harcourt.We look forward to sharing with the global community of OSM,especially,Youthmappers Network and HOT community details and benefits of Local partnership MOU for humanitarian Mapping. We do appreciate Transparent Earth Nigeria Ltd(a private sector company that relies on geospatial mapping o carry out environmemental monitoring busness in Nigeria)for using this MOU to collaborate with UniqueMappersTeam in #Mapping the Difference.Thank you for supporting humanitarian mapping for disaster response,thank you for donating to sustain UnqueMapperTeam of Africa to keep mapping!!!!! #Victor N.Sunday Founder & Team Coordinator/Mentor UnqueMappersTeam-Port Harcourt,Nigeria YouthMappers Nigeria OSM Nigeria

Wochennotiz Nr. 409

mar 22 mai 2018 - 16:03


Der Munin-Zugriffsgraph für Apache auf zeigt den Rückgang der Zugriffe auf nach der Aktivierung der Weiterleitung auf Port 443 auf 1 | Bild:

In eigener Sache
  • In der letzten Ausgabe haben wir einen Ausschnitt aus diesem Video als Titelbild verwendet und die gezeigte Stadt als Newcastle bezeichnet. Eigentlich handelt es dabei aber um Liverpool – ein Redakteur, der Fan von Newcastle United ist, hat das übersehen und den kleinen Fehler eingebaut.
  • Lars berichtet vom OpenStreetMap-Hackweekend in der DB-Mindbox in Berlin.
  • Adam Schneider hat die Auswirkungen des jüngsten Vulkanausbruchs auf Hawaii gemappt – Lavaströme und die Spalten, aus denen Lava austritt.
  • Florian Lohoff entwickelt gerade einen Validator für fehlerhafte access=*-Tags. Eine erste Auswertung für NRW hat er damit bereits erstellt.
  • Paul Johnson weist darauf hin, dass das im Wiki beschriebene Taggingschema für Fahrspuren Probleme aufweisen kann, vor allem bei komplexeren Fällen mit Spuren für Radfahrer. Eine Umstellung auf ein neues Schema erweist sich jedoch als problematisch, da der Tag lanes=*weit verbreitet ist.
  • Neue Nutzungsbedingungen von Bing Maps erlauben OSM die Nutzung von StreetSide-Bildern. Diese sind in Deutschland seit einigen Jahren nicht mehr verfügbar.
  • Das Proposal zum Tag man_made=carpet_hanger wurde angenommen.
  • Das GIScience-Team entwickelt in Zusammenarbeit mit der Stadt Heidelberg eine Smartphone-App, die in ihrer Mobilität eingeschränkten Menschen beim Planen von Routen helfen soll.
  • Der belgische OSM-Blog verkündet diesen Monat gleich zwei „Mapper of the Month“: Yasunari Yamashita als Veranstalter mehrerer Mappingpartys in Japan und Tomoya Muramoto, der als Übersetzer für die japanische weeklyOSM-Version (週刊OSM) tätig ist.
  • sev_osm zeigt in einem Twitter-Moment Bilder des kostenlosen zweiwöchigen OSM- und Geomatik-Trainings in N’Djamena (Tschad), das sich an Studenten, Lehrer und Fachleute aus dem privaten und öffentlichen Sektor richtete. Die Kurse wurden mit Hilfe von tschadischen und togoischen Mappern und mit Unterstützung der Internationalen Organisation der Frankophonie (OIF) durchgeführt.
  • Ilya Zverev hat aufgeschrieben, was ihn an OSM mittlerweile nervt – Stillstand der Website, Stillstand bei OSM Carto, Tagging-Dschungel, keine Führung, keine News.
  • Chris Eshun, ein Youthmapper aus Ghana, hat mit OSM-Daten eine Karte von vor Kurzem überfluteten Gebieten in Tarkwa erstellt.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Das Protokoll der License Working Group der OSMF vom 10. Mai ist online. Es ging v.a. um diverse Datenschutz-Themen.
  • Ein Blogeintrag im offiziellen OpenStreetMap-Blog fasst die anstehenden Änderungen im Zusammenhang mit der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung zusammen.
  • Das Protokoll der FOSSGIS-Vorstandssitzung vom 9. Mai ist online.
  • Ein FAQ der OSM Foundation beantwortet Datenschutzfragen, die sich zur Zeit viele Webseitenbetreibern stellen, welche Dienste der OSM Foundation einbinden (,,
  • Das Protokoll der Sitzung der Data Working Group vom 13. März ist online.
  • Die Details zur Einreichung von akademischen Leistungen für die FOSS4G Europe 2018 sind jetzt verfügbar.
  • An der Universität Heidelberg finden von Mai bis Juli mehrere Workshops und Mapathons der Disastermappers statt.
  • Die Webseite der State of the Map Japan 2018 ist nun online. Bis zum 18. Juni können dort noch Vorträge eingereicht werden.
  • Hartmut Holzgraefes MapOSMatic-Instanz verarbeitete kürzlich ihren 20.000sten Renderauftrag. OSM Carto wurde auf Version 4.x aktualisiert. Ein neu eingerichtetes Wiki bietet nun eine ausführlichere Bedienungsanleitung, Detailinformationen zu den verfügbaren Kartenstilen, und andere Informationen rund um den Karten-Druckdienst.
  • Thiago Santos schreibt im Mapbox-Blog über millimetergenaue HD-Vektorkarten.
  • Die Senatskanzlei des Landes Berlin hat die schriftliche Anfrage des Abgeordneten Stefan Ziller (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) zum Thema Kartenmaterial in Online-Angeboten des Landes Berlin beantwortet (PDF). OSM wird vielfach erwähnt. (via Talk-de)
  • Ein Team am MIT entwickelt gerade eine neue Navigationsmethode (PDF) für selbstfahrende Autos, die weniger auf hoch-detailliertes Kartenmaterial und mehr auf Sensortechnik setzt. Dabei reichen sogar die vergleichsweise ungenauen OpenStreetMap-Daten aus.
  • Ein Java-Bug in Debian macht JOSM für alle Benutzer von Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Langzeitunterstützung) unbrauchbar. Inzwischen hat der Benutzer abienvenu einen Docker-Container für JOSM erstellt, den man bis zur Verfügbarkeit eines Patches für Ubuntu nutzen kann.
  • Apple hat einige Apps, die Standortdaten an Dritte weiterleiten, aus dem App-Store entfernt.
  • MapsMania stellt den Webservice Antirubbersheeter vor, der die Verwendung von Leaflet mit Bildern erleichtert, zum Beispiel mit alten nicht-digitalen Karten.
  • [1] beantwortet wie angekündigt HTTP-Anfragen, die auf Port 80 eintreffen, mit einem Redirect auf Port 443 (HTTPS).
  • Als Reaktion auf die Preiserhöhung von Google Maps hat der Redditnutzer Overv eine Dockerfile veröffentlicht, mit der man recht leicht einen eigenen Tileserver aufsetzen kann.
  • Die Umsetzung der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung macht es erforderlich, dass das Neuanmeldungsformular von angepasst wird und alle Mapper bald API- und Webseiten-Nutzungsbedingungen explizit zustimmen müssen. Die technische Umsetzung wird auf GitHub diskutiert.
  • Der Downloadserver der Geofabrik stellt nur noch Daten ohne benutzerbezogene Metadaten bereit. OSM-Daten mit allen Metadaten gibt es nur noch für Nutzer mit Login unter
  • Die Version 0.6 von MUIMapparium, einem OSM-Client für Amiga, Free Pascal und PowerPC, wurde vor kurzem veröffentlicht.
  • OSM Carto rendert nun (v4.11.0) weitere Tags, wie amenity=nursing_home und amenity=driving_school, sowie bereits etablierte Tags wie amenity=police und amenity=bus_station, wenn sie an Flächen getaggt sind.
Weitere Themen mit Geo-Bezug
  • Die neue Version von MapAnalyst, einem Tool für die Analyse historischer Karten, visualisiert nun die Ungenauigkeit von Verzerrungsrastern und verfügt über ein Menü zum Öffnen aktueller Projekte.
  • Die neu gebaute „Altstadt“ von Frankfurt am Main ist nun frei von Bauzäunen. Auf kann man das 200-Millionen-Euro-Projekt mit Hilfe von 360°-Bildern erkunden.
  • Das International Journal of Geographical Information Science veröffentlicht eine akademische Studie zu Wikimapia. (kostenpflichtig)
  • Microsoft startet mit Azure Maps einen ersten Vorstoß in die Bereitstellung nativer Geodatenfunktionalität.
  • Auch das Satellitennavigationssystem Galileo ist vom Brexit betroffen: Durch den Austritt aus der EU könnte Großbritannien den Zugang dazu verlieren und plant deshalb, eventuell ein eigenes System aufzubauen.
  • Nichts Neues: Here nutzt Mapillary-Bilder – auch in seinem Online-Editor (wir berichteten). Nun revanchiert sich der Kartenanbieter aber, indem er Studenten dazu bringt, Bilder auf Mapillary hochzuladen.
  • Im Balkan sind tausende neue Staudämme in Planung oder bereits in Bau.
  • Alex Kemp berichtet über ein Dorf, unter dem sich durch einen leerstehenden Minenstollen der Boden hebt und senkt. Eine OSM-Karte zeigt solche Bewegungen der Erde im gesamten Vereinigten Königreich.
Wochenvorschau Wo Was Wann Land Viersen OSM Stammtisch Viersen 2018-05-22 Ulm Mapping Stolpersteine Ulm/Neu-Ulm 2018-05-23 Mumble OpenStreetMap Foundation public board meeting 2018-05-24 Essen Mappertreffen 2018-05-24 Lübeck Lübecker Mappertreffen 2018-05-24 Urspring Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-05-24 Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2018-05-28 Graz Stammtisch Graz 2018-05-28 Düsseldorf Stammtisch 2018-05-30 Bordeaux State of the Map France 2018 2018-06-01-2018-06-03 Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2018-06-06 Bochum Mappertreffen 2018-06-07 Potsdam 120. Brandenburg-Berlin Stammtisch 2018-06-08 Rennes Cartographie des bâtiments en 3D 2018-06-10 Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2018-06-11

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product key

mar 22 mai 2018 - 12:23

Product Key is 25-character string and number that lets you manage your entire Windows system without any restrictions. Website: