Concluí o mapeamento de Espírito Santo do Pinhal-SP, que só continha as ruas, previamente bem mapeadas, porem sem os nomes. Ao verificar a camada do IBGE Urbana, a mesma estava não só desalinhada, mas também levemente angulada, impedindo o aproveitamento para os nomes. Procurei na camada "Face" do Censo 2010 do IBGE, tinha o mesmo problema, mas foi possível corrigir o alinhamento e pude continuar o trabalho. Inseri nomes, praças, algumas estradas rurais, lagoas e matas, e fechado a nota que pedia o mapeamento da cidade.
Agora é esperar que usuários locais se interessem e adicionem POIs, construções e outros detalhes.
Duração, 4 dias, trabalhando aproximadamente duas horas por dia.
Saludos. He añadido algunos detalles de la base aérea con motivo de la visita del Papa Francisco a Lima el 18 de enero.
Heute am 16.1.2018 wurde die AG zum Fahrradstadtplan für Wolfenbüttel und seine Ortsteile gegründet: - Valerie Dubiel, Stadt WF: Projektleitung - Jürgen Hartmann, ADFC WF, OSM-Mapping - Klaus Eckstein, ADFC WF
Ziel ist die Aktualisierung und Ergänzung der OSM-Daten im Kartenbereich sowie die Erzeugung eines auf Radfahrerbelange optimierten Kartenbildes für Online und Druck.
Wunschtermin: Juni 2018
Für die Erfassung der OSM-Elemente werden weitere Mapper aus der WF-Community gesucht, die Ergänzungen, Änderungen und Präzisierungen aus ihrem Umfeld benennen und/oder selbst in OSM editieren. Als Redaktionsschluss ist der 16.3.2018 angepeilt. Spätere Änderungen können in die Onlinekarte einfließen, jedoch nicht in die Druckversion.
On-going humanitarian mapping around Mt. Mayon, Albay, Philippines
This morning, barely 12 hours ago, the OpenStreetMap volunteers from the Philippines set up a task to map an area threatened by the restive Mt. Mayon.
And the global community of digital humanitarians quickly responded:
48% mapped. 7% validated.
We're not done yet, but we wish to acknowledge everyone who quickly responded to our call. Thank you, folks. You're awesome - and you know it. ;)
If you have some minutes to spare, we still have a little over half to complete: https://tasks.hotosm.org/project/4027
Do a little research and you will find that Scott Mathieson has a history of multiple issues. For example bankruptcy in 2012, at the time having owed a lender over $1.8 million. Lawsuits/complaints have been filed
Ieri ho festeggiato il mio 5000-esimo changeset. \o/
Started mapping today. Nothing to grandiose. Fixed some streets in my city and added/fixed a few buildings and parks. It will take time, but I intend to fully map my area.
Once again, Batangas City's map is growing again with updates, particularly on mapping building floors, addresses and names, missing buildings and POI's, and land use zones.Buildings
In order to improve 3D renderings of the city's buildings, especially those in the Poblacion, number of floors are being added through on the ground work using Maps.me. In addition, tagging of building addresses are also done, as there are many buildings with known addresses that can be sighted on outdoor signage. Building numbering also exists, but not all buildings indicate them. Names of buildings are also one part of building map improvements, as the building name form one part of many POI addresses.
Not only missing building details are added, but also many missing buildings constructed or existent since the past year. I mapped new houses and apartments inside Duluhan in Cuta, and a new commercial building along Lt. Col. D. Atienza Street. Building remapping is also done to redraw buildings that does not align properly with the most recent images. As part of this, the building occupied by Novo Department Store is remapped using DigitalGlobe Standard imagery and physical survey.Points of interest
Many POIs scattered on the urbanized Poblacion and Cuta areas are being added one by one, also on the ground using Maps.me.
#Land use zones Land use zones have been part of my mapping efforts for Batangas City, but it is not in my priority on the previous mapping.
(to be continued)
Постараюсь в этом году снова регулярно переводить ЕженельникОСМ
ЕженедельникОСМ 389 (26.12.2017-01.01.2018)
ЕженедельникОСМ 390 (02.01.2018-02.01.2018)
Может вы следите за жизнью русского сообщества OpenStreetMap и готовы присоединится с составлению еженедельных новостей? Напишите мне.
Desde que empecé a comenzar editando el mapa de OpenStreetMap, solamente me tomaba lo que hacia como hobbie, pero una vez empece a buscar zonas de otros paises y terrenos, me di cuenta que también aprendo y descubro lugares pequeños pero increibles y fascinantes.
Todo comenco editando mi pueblo, Cañada Juncosa. a partir de ahi pase a editar los pueblos del alrededor y Valencia. Una vez ya estaba aburrido de editar estas zonas, pase a editar al azar por el mundo. Y de momento he descubierto lugares como Boutilimit, en Mauritania o Islas en el norte de rusia con poblaciones que ni siquiera hubiese pensado que estubiesen en esos lugares tan inhóspitos.
De momento continuaré descubriendo nuevos lugares e ire poniendo en mi perfil todo lo que voy editando por si quereis seguir los pasos que voy dando.
In den letzten paar Monaten habe ich einige OSM-Nutzer, die primär in Bochum Einträge vornehmen als Freunde hinzugefügt. Dies hat den Hintergrund, dass ich gerne die bisher in Bochum aktiven OSMler in einer Gruppe zusammenbringen möchte.
Diese Gruppe soll regelmäßige Treffen abhalten, sich über Probleme und Erfahrungen austauschen und gemeinsam Mappen (z.B. orts- [ein Stadtteil] oder themengebunden [Videokameras]). Zudem sollen Einstiegsworkshops für neue OSM-Interessierte durchgeführt werden.
Jeder der gerne Teil dieser Gruppe werden möchte, kann sich einfach per Nachricht bei mir melden. Ich werde einige Nutzer direkt ansprechen. Sobald wir 5-10 Leute zusammen haben, soll es das erste Treffen geben.
Örtliche Heimat der OSM-Gruppe soll der Bochumer Hackerspace "das labor" in der Alleestraße 50 werden. Dort haben wir Vortragsräume, Getränke, Snacks und eine ziemlich gute innenstadtnahe ÖPNV-Anbindung. Wer einfach so mal vorbeikommen möchte, ist natürlich herzlich eingeladen.
Ich freue mich sehr darauf Bochum gemeinsam mit euch zu kartieren und darüber auszutauschen.
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Now that I have been editing OSM's Turkmenistan map for nearly three years, I feel confident enough to offer a suggested set of administrative levels. I invite one and all to take a look at my proposal at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Template:Admin_level_11 and offer constructive feedback. This proposal is based on my by now fairly good knowledge of the political structure of Turkmenistan and the way the hierarchy works.
The last two days have been fairly productive. Ann and I went exploring neighorhoods in Gypjak, Choganly, Taze Eyyam, and Taze Zaman where we were missing street names, numbers of schools, and such. We mostly filled in blanks in the map but also updated some streets in Taze Eyyam plus added a few in the new subdivision being built on the west side of Choganly. We visited the unidentified neighborhood on the northwest corner of the demolished former Ruhabat dacha community, which has absolutely no signs, but asked locals what it is called. They identified it as Galkynysh (Turkmen for "renaissance"), a neighborhood subordinate to the Choganly jurisdiction, which is part of the city of Ashgabat.
The Ruhabat dacha community is definitely gone. We drove through part of the territory, and crews were there watering saplings that have been planted where old imagery shows a dacha community.
Este ano tenho por objetivo mapear o máximo de cidades do Estado, que estão com as ruas sem nomes. Ano passado iniciei a minha contribuição aqui no OSM. Errei, acertei, corrigi, aprendi, enfim, continuo aprendendo mais e com isso, fazer um bom trabalho. Gosto de mapear, é como se fosse uma paixão rsrs. Enfim, fiz o mapeamento de algumas cidades do Ceará, faltam muitas ainda, mas espero que este ano façamos um bom trabalho e vamos expandir mais e mais as nossas contribuições. Abraços e até a próxima!
I'm from Bruges. You know, that famous medieval city in Bruges.
As everyone in Belgium knows, the center of Bruges is paved mostly in sett/cobblestones. Personally, I'm pretty fond of those sett pavements. They're way nicer to see then asphalt (not to mention conrete plates), the absorb a lot of heat in the summer (cooling the city) which is released again in autumn.
But, as the bicycle is my primary means of transportation, one drawback comes to mind: they're uncomfortable to cycle on - especially when pulling a cart. Some types of set pavement are to be avoided then - I'd rather drive 200 meters over asphalt than 100 over the big boulder. However, the smaller sett -often laid in arcs- is more comfortable to drive on and has a smaller penalty.
This implies that more information should be added to the 'surface'-tag. In this document, I propose a few extra tags to deal with this extra information; and what kind of sett these are. These tags are used in Bruges; feel free to use them in other places as well.
All example pictures are taken by me, and may be used freely for OSM-related endeavours (e.g. wiki, tools, ...).Cobblestone vs. Sett
First things first.. What is sett stone? And what are cobblestones?
According to Wikipedia, Cobblestone is a natural building material based on cobble-sized stones, and is used for pavement roads, streets, and buildings. Sett is distinct from a cobblestone by being quarried or shaped to a regular form, whereas cobblestone is generally of a naturally occurring form.
In practice, cobblestone is often used in OSM to describe sett stones - although incorrectly. The wiki itself acknowledges this:
In other words, please, only use sett from now on; and use cobblestone only for when the natural form of the stones is still visible and thus results in a random pattern of laying the stones.
And then there is the even more attrocious surface=cobblestone:flattened; still in use for around 4k ways. The wiki says on this that this is neither a correct name, like sett (cobblestone is by definition not shaped into any form), nor a colloquially used name, like cobblestone. In other words, a tag that should not be used anymore and be translated to sett.Cobblestone
As already discussed: cobblestone is somewhat chaotic in natura, as can be seen in this image (again, from Wikipedia).Types of sett
With these prerequisites out of the way, lets talk about the main topic of the post: sett in all its sizes and patterns.
In Bruges, there are three kinds of shapes:
These can be laid down in various patterns, as described belowed.Patterns of sett Big boulder (aka 'normal sett')
surface=sett implies sett:pattern=interleaved and sett:type=rectangular
The first, and most common type of sett are the 'big boulders': the big, rectangular sett stones, in a interleaved pattern like a brick wall. As these are the most common stones, I didn't bother to add more tagging to them.Arc
surface=sett sett:pattern=arc implies sett:type=cube
The second most common type of sett are small cubes, in a pattern of multiple, parallell arcs. Nice to see, and not to be confused with the very similar belgian fan.
Some examples I found in Bruges:
surface=sett sett:pattern=belgian_fan implies sett:type=cube
Even more beautifull -and extremely rare- is the belgian fan. The cubes are laid in shell-like or fan-like patterns, as can be seen in the Sint-Amandsstraat near the Markt:
This is the only street in Bruges that still has this pattern! There used to be Belgian Fan in the streets around the Simon Steven-square as well; but a recent (~10 year ago) reconstruction of the site used 'normal' arcs, as visible above. The other place that still has a few specs of belgian fan is one construction site as well; so it is endangered as well. Perhaps someone should complain to Unesco that we are losing some world heritage!Interleaved
surface=sett sett:pattern=interleaved implies sett:type=square
Although square sett is mostly used for foothpaths, it is sometimes used for shorter streets or speed tables as well. The square sett can be used interleaved, as here:Square without pattern tag
surface=sett sett:type=square implies sett:type=square
... or used in a straight way, as here:Paving stones
At last a word on paving_stones: the consensus here is that these are (in general) modern, mechanically shaped to neatly fit. The can be cast from concrete, they can be natural stones that are cut in a specific shape, ... For example, I consider brick roads to be a subclass of paving stones (but I'd tag it as surface=brick anyway).
The distinction with sett can be very small and subjective. For example, I have been doubting what to call the following:In conclusion: a nice map to see
As you've already noticed in my previous posts, I've customized the routing parameters for OSMand to help with this task. It also was an excellent reason to map all the street pavements of Bruges. It was a lot of fun to do, and it helped to discover new places in Bruges; both beautiful or ugly.
The result of all this mapping can be visualized, thanks to overpass-turbo.
Last week, we shared a a tasking project to update missing roads in Metro Manila 0 in the local mailing list. We've also published a few more tasks to cover adjacent provinces:
The data is not perfect, and you may even encounter false positives, but it's pretty good with pointing out a good number of missing roads in essential areas that local mappers have yet to digitize.
These are all part of the on-going initiatives by Kaart, to make awesome data for PH, and help grow local mapping communities.
If you're keen on improving the map of your home town or province, and they're not on this list yet, please let me know so I can put them up sooner rather than later, and we can work together in filling-in gaps in your favorite neighborhoods.
How about a mapa-thon soon? I'm planning to organize one, primarily to work on these tasks, and for the community to meet each other, and maybe welcome new ones. Would you folks have any suggestions, or is your org interested in collaborating? Let me know.
Do email me for any concern, or other questions, about these tasks.
Un an après la Somme, l'Aisne est le second département de l'ancienne Picardie dont l'ensemble des mairies et églises est intégré dans OSM. Le Pas-de-Calais et le Nord étant également dans ce cas depuis 4 ans, seules les communes de l'Oise restent à être traitées pour compléter la région des Hauts-de-France de ce point de vue.
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