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Alguns editores do WeeklyOSM tiveram a possibilidade de se encontrar e conhecer, durante o grandioso evento State of the MAP 2019, em Heidelberg, na Alemanha. Foi muito curioso poder ver o rosto de cada nickname que vemos, semana após semana, a traduzir e a levar ao mundo as notícias da comunidade OSM. Juntos assistimos à palestra de Manfred Reiter, na qual pudemos aperfeiçoar os nossos conhecimentos editoriais de WeeklyOSM.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Новости из мира OpenStreetMap № 477 (03.09.2019-09.09.2019) Posted by Silka123 on 22 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Перевел на русский WeeklyOSM #477Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Hallo zusammen! Posted by WuffiWuff2 on 22 September 2019 in German (Deutsch)
Ein herzliches Grüß Gott aus PuchheimLocation: Puchheim-Bahnhof, Puchheim, Landkreis Fürstenfeldbruck, Oberbayern, Bayern, 82178, Deutschland Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Начни с себя Posted by dval on 22 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Нашел источник , указывающий на наличие проблем в правках, по-другому сказать, валидатор. Обнаружил несколько серьезных, не понятно пока, как возникших.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Saudi Arabia Posted by قشقش on 21 September 2019 in Arabic (العربية)
RiyadhLocation: منطقة الرياض, السعودية Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments OpenStreetMap Carto Release v4.23.0 Posted by Joseph E on 20 September 2019 in English (English)
OpenStreetMap Carto (the default stylesheet on the Openstreetmap.org website) has released version v4.23.0 today.Changes
Combine low priority layers using ST_PointOnSurface ( #3874 ) Fixes a bug which rendered parking icons twice
Restore rendering of landcover text labels on points ( #3878 ) For the past several months nodes with tags like leisure=sports_centre lacked a text label
Adjust aerodrome initial & final zoom levels ( #3879 ) Aerodrome name labels now start rendering at a later zoom level, and continue rendering to higher zoom levels unless the area is too large
Adjust width of hedge & citywall up to z20, adjust hedge color ( #3847 ) Minor changes to make barrier line widths more consistent
Increase office= initial zoom to z18 and move some values to z19 ( #3896 ) No longer renders “office=*” at z17, undocumented values are shown at z19
Create new layer for ref of highway=residential/unclassified/track ( #3709 ) Changes ref to standard halo-radius, oblique font, and same size as name at >z17. This renders the “ref” number at lower priority than the names of these minor roads
Add fill colors for wetland=mangrove/saltmarsh/reedbed ( #3807 ) Also adds salt dots pattern for wetland=saltmarsh
Once changes are deployed on openstreetmap.org it will take couple of days before all tiles show the new rendering.
For a full list of commits, see https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/compare/v4.22.0…v4.23.0
We welcome any bug reports at https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues
We welcome new contributors who might be interested in solving one of the many open issues. See a list of [relatively easy first issues]( https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues?q=is:issue+is:open+label:"good+first+issue"_ .
It’s not necessary to have coding or cartography experience (though this will make it easier): I started contributing about a year ago without any prior coding experience.
Contributors with experience in CartoCSS and cartography may be interested in the list of more challenging issues that need helpJoseph Eisenberg Mapper and contributor in Wamena, Papua Indonesia https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User:Jeisenbe https://github.com/jeisenbe Location: Sinakma, Wamena, Jayawijaya, Papua, 99511, Indonesia Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Pista ng Mapa Experience 2019! Posted by geoleighyers on 20 September 2019 in English (English)
If you could take a look at the OpenStreetMap mapping efforts and mapping-related events, they are mostly concentrated in Metro Manila. One day, OpenStreetMap local community (OSMLoCos) had a wild idea that piqued the interest of many OSMPH volunteers (including me!): “What if we organize an event in the South (Visayas or Mindanao)?”
With proper coordination, marketing skills and ardent volunteers, last August 1-3, 2019, OSM PH invited mapping enthusiasts to be part of the first of many Pista ng Mapa (Festival of Maps) at Foundation University, Dumaguete. This was a great opportunity for people outside of Metro Manila to participate in a mapping event for FREE! I gladly sign up for this event in the hopes of meeting fellow mappers and get to visit the beautiful island of Dumaguete.
Mr. Rene Sanapo from The Asia Foundation sets the tone for the rest of the event by discussing the need for Filipino mappers to expand their mapping efforts outside of the National Capital Region (NCR). A great insight to empower OSM contributors to generate more data outside main cities in Metro Manila and to organize more mapathons.
The event was overflowing with passionate speakers and facilitators. Everyone was hyped up. Workshops and talks were diverse and very informative. There’s something for beginners, intermediate or advanced mappers to enjoy and learn from. More importantly, the event had a welcoming and enthralling ambiance which were perfect in encourage the participants to be active and build mappy relationships!
mapbox king of south east asia
I was grateful that the OSMPH core organizers allowed me to be part of the program and I got to share my mapping experience. I was particularly involved with the Drone Team and Geoladies PH.
“DIY” Imagery Collection for Mapping workshop had many attendees. Drones are popular in the mapping community and as drone pilots, we have to teach other people in the future to fly responsibly. Bunny and Ian discussed important things people need to know about such as the rules and regulations in the Philippines, applications of drones in mapping and post-processing the images to generate orthophotos and digital elevation models. Ian and I demonstrated how to use mapping applications for flying such as Pix4D capture using DJI Phantom 4 and Parrot Anafi. Everyone was eager to learn and we can only hope that they can apply it in their respective fields. We’re delighted to share our experience on the field as RPAS controllers to the OSM community. On the last day of the community, my task was to do an aerial survey of the school and its nearby community. I uploaded the orthophoto and elevation model on [OAM]( https://tinyurl.com/yxrf92zu ) .
“When Women Map” was the first-ever workshop organized by Geoladies PH ( https://www.facebook.com/geoladiesph/ ). The OSM PH organizers made an effort to make space for women in the geospatial community and we took this opportunity to put women's perspective on the map. The participants were composed of women, participants who identified themselves as women and men supporting women. This is quite different from the rest of the workshops I attended because we used arts and crafts material to teach women how to identify ourselves on the map.
We grouped the participants spatially and we asked them to map out their chosen area (without help from online or offline maps!) and identify places which are important for them. The workshop started off a little stiff, for most of the participants, we introduced an unconventional way for them to map out their local areas. It was amazing to watch the tribes (groups) work together, showed their creativity and personal experiences on their work. We also asked them to share their creation as a group and we found out some important areas for women are: ukay-ukay (thrift shops, market, church, hospital child-safe places, places to go on a date, to drink and forget feelings.
Geoladies PH members: Jen, Nalie, Cham and I were given a few minutes to share our own experiences as mappers. We’re different women with different mapping perspectives. We also acknowledge that men and women have different perspectives and both are equally (spatially) important in the fabric of our mapping society. Geoladies PH are encouraging that women shouldn’t take the backseat but instead, to take control, find their “space” to grow.
We ended the Pista ng Mapa on a high note leaving participants wanting more and volunteers driven. This is just the beginning of the first of many PnM events!.
Hey! Since I can’t quite figure out how OSM Diary works, I also posted this on a personal blog: https://geoleighyers.wordpress.com/Location: Saint Louis Village, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Central Visayas, 6200, Philippines Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Kenya Redcross Mapathon Posted by Erick Otenyo on 19 September 2019 in English (English)
Mapping buildings in Siaya county to help in identifying flood risk areas.Location: South C, Nairobi, Kenya Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments PostCards from the Edge: A Tour of OSM Data Analyses + Visualizations (SOTMUS 2019) Posted by Jennings Anderson on 19 September 2019 in English (English)
At State of the Map US a few weeks ago in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Seth and I presented a session titled:
PostCards from the Edge: A Tour of OSM Data Analyses + Visualizations
The recording and description of the presentation is available here .
Our goal was to curate a collection of OSM data visualizations from over the years that tell the story of OSM’s evolution, both as a map and a community, as well as highlight a few innovative data visualizations that show new ways to interact with OSM data to learn more about an area of the map.
We produced this spreadsheet (same as the table below) with links and author information for each of the visualizations that we showed and discussed in the talk. Since many of them are interactive, we chose to link to the original source:
|2 weeks of bicycle courier data in London||Tom Carden / eCourier||2005|
|OSM Node Density||Martin Raifer||2013-present|
|Haiti Earthquake Response||Mikel Maron||2010|
|HOT Project Activity Timeline||Martin Dittus||2015|
|The life cycle of contributors in collaborative online communities—The case of OpenStreetMap||Daniel Bégin et al.||2018|
|Cartographers of North Korea||Wonyoung So||2019|
|Pipelines||Tim Meko, Washington Post||2016|
|City Street Network Orientations||Geoff Boeing||2018|
|OpenStreetMap past(s), OpenStreetMap future(s)||Alan McConchie||2016|
|Optimal Routes by Car from the Geographic Center of the Contiguous United States to all Counties||Topi Tjukanov||2017|
A few of the visualizations were from my OSM research work, so I’m compiling them here:Man Made & Natural Features in OSM
, this rendering of OSM data shows
features (such as ways tagged as
) in blue and all other features in orange. Do you know what those large orange rectangles in the Barents and Kara Seas are?
View them on OSM
Also made with tile-reduce , this visualization shows the density of objects in OSM as calculated by the number of objects in each zoom-level 12 osm-qa-tile .* At first glance, this figure shows there are few parts of the map that have no data . This is misleading, however. This is really a diverging color scheme where areas that appear blue or purple are unmapped . There are 0-100 objects representing areas of more than 60 square kilometers. In reality, these purple dots are showing us where we know something is there (such as the name of a town, a road, a river, etc.), but it has yet to be more completely mapped.
* Zoom level 12 tiles represent the area of about a small city. Their area decreases at higher latitudes, so normalizing against this would absolve cartographic sin. However, having done this and seen little affect to the message being conveyed here, I present the raw, non-normalized numbers.Object Densities Broken Down by Contributor CountLess than 10 mappers since 2018 More than 10 mappers since 2018
These two visualizations show the same density counts as the previous map, but exclusively show only tiles where more than or less than 10 mappers have been active since 2018-01-01. For many parts of the world, these appear to be a population density map (as many maps do). The takeaway here, however, is that while there may not be a lot of contributors active everywhere, there are at least a few contributors active most everywhere .Contributor Lifespans
These charts are recreations of a chart first presented in Bégin et al. 2018 . These charts are all derived from data obtained by querying the history of all OSM changesets (just under 70M) on the OSM public dataset on Amazon AWS with Amazon Athena.
Both axes represent time and each dot represents 1 user. Users that fall along the x=y diagonal are on-time contributors: Meaning their first edit and their last edit are on the same day. The vertical lines that begin to appear represent times when many users made their first edit (x-axis), and then some users continued to contribute for days, weeks, months, and years, creating the line.
Users along the top are still active, meaning their most-recent edit in OSM was near the time when we downloaded the data. The thick line across top means that there are many users who frequently edit the map, regardless of when they made their first edit.All contributors Contributors with at least 1 changeset with the text osmgeoweek Contributors whose first edit was in 2015. The impact of HOT editing on the growth of OSM
This figure shows the number of changes to the map per day, as calculated from all of the changesets in OSM. The area between the blue and orange lines represents edits in changesets that include the term “hotosm” in the comment.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry 2 comments OSM + Pride Colours ����️���� ready to give out at SotM! Posted by ᚛ᚏᚒᚐᚔᚏᚔᚋ᚜ ����️���� on 19 September 2019 in English (English)
I have printed out the OSM rainbow coloured logos from my last post .
I’ll be at State of the Map in Heidelberg , so if you want some to bring back to your local community, please let me know. I’ll be at any of the diversity talks at a minimum ( e.g. ). I have loads (each pile is ~50 stickers)Comment on this entry Reply to this entry 2 comments On comments Posted by dval on 19 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Пишу иногда замечания к чейнджсетам, которые рождаются после просмотра замечаний валидаторов (например,”Контроль Качества” by Zkir), да только далеко не всегда на них отвечают. Причины могут быть. Но хотелось бы знать, пкм, читал ли адресат коммент. Что-то там новое намечается (намек на API 0.7). Может сюда добавить?Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Free of dogs Posted by dval on 19 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Что меня беспокоит до и во время велопоездок - это собаки. Никогда не знаешь, чем кончится следующая встреча с ними. Хорошо было бы как-то это отмечать на картах. Да только удобно ли будет добывать из такую инфру.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Strava есть хорошо! Posted by dval on 19 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Присобачил слой Strava к JOSM. Воспользовался информацией, размещенной коллегой nnngrach в Телеграм-группе ruosm. Пришлось немного потыкать в клавиатуру, но всё в конце кончилось тем, что заработало. Нашел много троп в лесопарке, на которых не был и о существовании которых не знал (ну, есть места, где я просто ещё не был) Одно только беспокоит - законно ли пользоваться этими данными (на до 16-го масштаба).Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Распробовал мультиполигоны Posted by dval on 19 September 2019 in Russian (Русский)
Не то, чтобы я ими не пользовался. Пользовался, но только в режиме один outer и остальные inner. Сейчас осознал и расширил свои познания и умения.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Noll Posted by Helen Niklasson on 19 September 2019 in Swedish (Svenska)
NollComment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Sınırları yeniden çalışıyorum... Posted by bora can on 18 September 2019 in Turkish (Türkçe)
Kendi çalıştığım ilçeleri yeniden çiziyorum…Tamam:
Adalar, Ataşehir, Avcılar, Beylikdüzü, Büyükçekmece, Esenyurt, Kadıköy, Kartal, Maltepe, Sancaktepe, Ümraniye, ÜsküdarSırada:
Arnavutköy, Çatalca, Çekmeköy, Eyüpsultan, Sarıyer, SilivriAcil durumlar dışında dokunmayacaklarım:
Bağcılar, Bahçelievler, Bakırköy, Başakşehir, Bayrampaşa, Beşiktaş, Beykoz, Beyoğlu, Esenler, Fatih, Gaziosmanpaşa, Güngören, Kağıthane, Küçükçekmece, Pendik, Sultanbeyli, Sultangazi, Şile, Şişli, Tuzla, ZeytinburnuComment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Autobahnausfahrten als Datenbank Posted by kir99 on 18 September 2019 in German (Deutsch)
Kann ich irgendwie auf eine Datenbank zugreifen die die Ausfahrten von deutschen Autobahnen enthält?Comment on this entry Reply to this entry 3 comments Mobilidade euYoutH_OSM Posted by Betaslb on 18 September 2019 in Portuguese (Português)
Quatro alunos e dois professores da Escola Secundária Jerónimo Emiliano de Andrade participam esta semana na Conferência Mundial de OpenStreetMap em Heidelberg , na Alemanha.
O projeto Erasmus+ European Youth Humanitarian OpenStreetMap tem de 18 e 23 de setembro, em Heidelberg, na Alemanha, mais uma mobilidade, na qual os alunos e professores trabalham diversos programas e aplicações informáticas que permitem elaborar mapas no âmbito humanitário. Assim sendo, nos primeiros três dias, 18 a 20 de setembro, os alunos e professores reúnem-se numa ala da Universidade de Heidelberg, onde estão a realizar mapeamento humanitário preventivo de situações de catástrofe, utilizando MapOsMatic, Overpass Turbo e Umap e assistem, participando ativamente num workshop de QGIS, com dois colaboradores das organizações Médicos Sem Fronteiras e Cruz Vermelha Internacional. Fazem, também, tarefas práticas de treino, como por exemplo o mapeamento do Zoo de Heidelberg, utilizando o OpenStreetCam, Mapillary e StreetComplete. Nos últimos três dias, de 21 a 23 de setembro, os alunos e professores terão a oportunidade única de participar numa conferência mundial de OpenStreetMap, denominada SoTM - State of the Map 2019. Esta conferência reúne 800 participantes vindos de todas as partes do mundo. Durante a conferência, diversos temas serão debatidos, tendo como pano de fundo o tema dos dados abertos e como se pode contribuir para que o conhecimento não seja detido por duas ou três gigantes tecnológicas, mas por todos. Para além de assistirem/participarem em workshops e palestras, procederão ao mapeamento de transportes públicos e ciclovias em Heidelberg e participarão num Mapathon (maratona de mapas). Aprenderão a utilizar tecnologias como o OSMC, para construção/manutenção do Semanário OSM, do qual os professores responsáveis por este projeto são editores, isto é, só existe uma versão em língua portuguesa porque os professores Elizabete Oliveira e Nuno Azevedo, semanalmente, traduzem e editam a referida publicação online, levando este projeto e este tema a todo o mundo que fala português. A Escola Secundária Jerónimo Emiliano de Andrade orgulha-se de, mais uma vez, levar os Açores a todo o mundo e todo o mundo aos seus alunos.Comment on this entry Reply to this entry 1 comment Menetrendek.hu OSM térképpel Posted by kempelen on 18 September 2019 in Hungarian (Magyar)
Érdekes újdonság, a menetrendek.hu oldal térképes nézetében OpenStreetMap térkép fedezhető fel. Igaz, még a sarkában pótolniuk kell a Copyright bejegyzést, de bizonyára hamarosan az is elkészül:Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Сделал границу заповедника резерват "Акжайык" занесённый в ЮНЕСКО Posted by RashidYandex on 17 September 2019 in Russian (Русский) Предприятие Ссылка на сайт ЮНЕСКО Файл в формате .kml
Решайте сами, как добавить этот заповедник.Location: Пешной, Атырау Г.А., Атырауская область, Казахстан Comment on this entry Reply to this entry No comments Older Entries | Newer Entries