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DMC Watch

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 14:14

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Permainan Judi Online yg ternama dan tidak sedikit Diminati

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 12:37

Permainan Judi Online yg ternama dan tidak sedikit Diminati

Tahukah kamu bahwa ada tidak sedikit sekali permainan judi online yg sanggup kamu menentukan terhadap dimainkan? Namun lantaran saking sejumlah, selanjutnya ini menciptakan seluruhnya ragu hati pada tentukan preferensi yg paling keren dan sesuai. seandainya kamu ada dekat keadaan itu saat ini, sehingga amat sangat jamak sebab benar-benar itu ialah kejadian mutlak yg tidak jarang tidak sedikit jalma alamiah sewaktu ini. kamu cuma butuh lebih ingat-ingat dan smart pada tentukan opsi salah satunya dgn pilih game yg paling ternama dan tidak sedikit dimainkan.

pilih game yg terkenal guna dimainkan memang lah dapat dinamakan juga sebagai salah wahid metode yg sesuai kepada dilakukan. Pasalnya, kita berpikir bahwa saat game yg kita mainkan itu terkenal dan tidak sedikit yg mencontohkan, itu menunjukan seandainya game itu benar-benar mempertaruhkan tidak sedikit maslahat pada setengah bettornya maka mereka bermain masih menerus maka menghasilkan game itu dikenal tidak sedikit manusia. Setidaknya kamu tengah dapat menyebut sekian banyak narasi jalma yg telah main-main, dan kenal menyangkut apa yg telah mereka rasakan dan temukan sesungguhnya.

Berikut Game Judi Online terkenal

Dair tidak sedikit permainan judi yg ada, pada peluang kali ini bakal dijelaskan dan dipaparkan menyangkut sekian banyak pengganti permainan yg benar-benar pass keren pada dimainkan. Nah popularitas game yg dapat disebutkan di bawah ini benar-benar memang keren dan memang lah mampu diakui dibanding dgn yg yang lain. seluruhnya memang lah cuma perlu singkat business pada lebih percaya dgn konten dan desain semenjak permainannya. Nah apa saja game judi online yg ternama itu? silakan kita menyimak penjelasannya di bawah ini:

Poker

Game yg perdana tidak sedikit dimainkan ialah poker. sama seperti kamu ketahui bahwa poker ini jadi juri bermula tidak sedikit permainan lain yg teramat keren guna dipilih. Game poker ini benar-benar dapat jadi salah tunggal sumur permainan yg pass serta kepada upah. jikalau kita cobalah teliti di internet, ada tidak sedikit sekali delegasi yg menawari game ini, dan itu mengekspos seandainya game tercantum memang lah mampu diakui.

Domino

tidak hanya poker, game ternama setelah itu yg tidak sedikit dimainkan yakni domino. Domino ini dulunya yakni gaple dengan cara online, dulu seterusnya dekat version online unjuk bersama eminensi domino. Game ini teramat seru dimainkan bahkan sekarang ada tidak sedikit variasinya mulai sejak bermula bandarq, ceme, aduq, domino qiu dan tidak sedikit kembali yg yang lain. kamu tidak agaknya jenuh dgn main-main game ini lantaran mampu memilih mana saja serasi keinginan kamu.

Judi Bola

selanjutnya seterusnya game yg pass seru terhadap kamu mainkan itu yakni dgn menatap bersama apik berkaitan sekian banyak desain yg ada. kamu mesti mampu kenal dan mendalami bahwa permainan bola ini maju seiring dgn antrean sejumlah pecinta game bola itu tunggal. sama seperti ketahuan bahwa contohnya taruhan bola menjadi permainan yg waktu ini disukai oleh warga jagat raya ini.

Togel

dulu game lain yg tidak takluk terkenal semula ialah togel. lalu cocok permainan ini dimainkan offline benar-benar teramat terkenal sekali dan tidak sedikit peminatnya. waktu ini sesudah permainan itu sedia dekat version online, semula semakin tidak togel sgp sedikit yg suka permainan tercantum terus maka beramai-ramai guna mencoba gabung dan main-main game terselip sesungguhnya maka serasi lagi kepada kamu mainkan.

Nah begitu gaya-gayanya beraneka ragam permainan judi online yg ternama dimainkan oleh tidak sedikit jalma sewaktu ini. kamu mesti sanggup mengetahui dan kenal dapat seluruh tipe permainan di atas maka kamu sanggup menyeleksinya.

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blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 12:19

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اضافه اسم موقع

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 10:08

محمد الدبيسي اسواق جار القمر للتسوق المنزلي

Города на карте

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 9:53

Сделал карту с населённых пунктов, раскраска по населению: http://osm.cupivan.ru/place/#493/?z=7&lat=55.50&lon=42.978

На карту попадают объекты city/town/village. Можно посмотреть сколько у нас городов миллионников :-)

Надо также подумать над синхронизацией населения с википедией, есть куча устаревших данных в OSM...

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blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 9:25

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01-17(17)

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 8:36

01-17内容:二环东路—花园路—洪家楼南路—山大北路片区初步

Схемотехника 17, 17 июля

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 7:31

Летняя встреча любителей картографии и пользователей открытых ГИС пройдёт во вторник, 17 июля 2018.

Встречаемся в 19:00 в офисе «Башня на набережной» Пресненская наб., 10, Москва, самой высокой из них. Обязательно зарегистрируйтесь, чтобы выписать пропуск. Приглашаем выступить! Напишите Илье aka Zverik тему своего доклада, чтобы попасть в программу.

Мы сделаем перерыв в непрерывных шашлыках и купаниях, чтобы с серьёзными лицами заслушать энтузиастов от аналитики данных, программирования геосистем и рисования OpenStreetMap. Подробности на следующей неделе. Напомним, что это единственное мероприятие, где можно рассказать об интересном вам проекте зрителям, разделяющим ваше увлечение картографией.

Uploading Street-Level Imagery to Multiple Sources

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 5:17

Recently I picked up a GoPro HERO5 Black camera for use in street-level imagery. It's been a really great platform that has displayed fairly steady GPS acquisition and tracking. (Though I may not necessarily be the person driving when I am capturing footage.) I'm also big fan of contributing to as many projects in the OpenStreetMap ecosystem as possible.

To that end, I've found a workflow that has worked fairly well for taking photos from my GoPro and resulting in photo contributions to OpenStreetCam and Mapillary. Here's how (note this is a compilation of not only trial-and-error but also advice scattered throughout the internet):

Capture street-level imagery with the camera

As mentioned, I use a GoPro HERO5 Black because it has GPS, and I capture in time lapse photo mode with a linear frame and 1 second timing (I have found that 0.5 second timing causes some issues with upload backends). Unfortunately glare from the dash is a major issue unless you've situated the camera dead on the windshield, so I use some fabric I picked up at my local Walmart to cut down on the reflectivity of the dash.

Extract photos

I usually plug my card from the GoPro into an SD card adapter that I use on my MacBook. Once downloaded, I then scp the files to a Linux box. You could most likely also complete the following steps on another platform that has a Python interpreter, but I haven't tested it out.

Separate and filter photos

Depending on how you capture the photos, you may need to perform some manual separation of sequences. If you're the kind of person who leaves the camera on the whole trip, you're going to initially have a directory (or many directories if you have over 999 photos) of many photos. Furthermore, you're going to have many photos of you idling in the same position, so that will require filtering. I like to stop my camera with the remote switch right as I'm rolling up to a stop light; I turn the camera back on just as I'm about to accelerate from the stop. The GoPro increments one of the first few numbers (depending on what photo count you're on) every time you start a new sequence, so this allows me to easily find breaking points to split up segments as I see fit. Note that Mapillary prefers sequence counts in the low hundreds.

Interpolate compass

The GoPro is great in that it has a built in GPS for photos, but there is no information supplied about the bearing. The easiest way to add that to the photos with a fairly good degree of accuracy is the script at https://github.com/mapillary/mapillary_tools/blob/ca7bec7be44ed2560d3c26eaa9255f6d5a7dad85/python/interpolate_direction.py which will require you to clone that full git repository and install dependencies; note I am using an older commit because that's what I'm familiar with. With that installed, you run this step as python interpolate_direction.py --path /data2/losangeles/seq01/*.JPG. Repeat this for each sequence you have constructed.

(optional) Crop photos

The linear frame on the GoPro leaves a lot of sky at the top of the image and, even if you have some fabric in your dash, it may reflect other things in your car behind the dash such as your passenger seat, driver seat, or radio selection. Furthermore, we're mostly only interested in what's going on at street-level, so cropping the extra is useful. To crop the photos, I use Imagemagick: for f in 'ls /data2/losangeles/seq01/*.JPG'; do mogrify -gravity South -crop 4000x2200+0+0 $f; done (the ' is actually a grave accent on the ls command part--and by grave accent I mean the one on the same key as the tilde for American English keyboards). The parameters work well for my GoPro photos but will depend on the resolution of the camera you're using. Repeat that for each sequence you have constructed. Here's an example how, even with cropping, there's still some reflection from past the dash: https://www.openstreetcam.org/details/1201407/0/track-info.

Upload to OpenStreetCam

Now you ideally have sequences of photos that are GPS tagged by the GoPro, bearing set by the script above, and possibly filtered/cropped. The first place you can upload is OpenStreetCam. I cloned the repository at https://github.com/openstreetcam/upload-scripts, installed dependencies and authenticated as instructed in their README, then navigated to the upload_photos_by_exif subdirectory. Once there, you can call python upload_exif.py -p /data2/losangeles/seq01/ for a given sequence of photos. This will upload the photos and create two log files in their directory. Repeat this command for each sequence of photos.

Upload to Mapillary

The next place you can upload to is Mapillary. Again, I have been using an older version of their tools library, so your mileage may vary here. But with those scripts downloaded from before, I navigate to the python directory again and I edit the upload_with_authentication.py file. Depending on the commit, this line may not match exactly, but with the above-quoted commit, line 40 should have the variable MOVE_FILES defined as True. I set this to False so that the photos are not split up into success and failure directories while uploading. With that one-and-done edit, I now run upload script as python upload_with_authentication.py --auto_done /data2/losangeles/seq01/ and iterate over all the sequence directories.

This is not as coherent as it could be, so I will probably revise it in the near future.

My Experience on OpenStreetMap

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 4:47
Good day! I am Jake and this is my experience on OSM.

Online mapping was a concept that I have never heard of until this week. The office I am an intern in for two (2) weeks taught me about the basics of mapping. I would have never imagined people from all around the globe coming together to form such a great community. This community does public service in a sense because they input data into the website for other people to benefit from and use in their everyday lives.

The introduction to OSM was fairly simple. The website is designed in a neat and simple way which helped me begin mapping. The layout of the website is neat and the tutorial was really easy to understand. After learning the basics of mapping, it was time for me to actually map. I, along with my fellow interns, were tasked to map the buildings, roads, and any land use in our respective villages. This task was easy for me since some buildings in my village were already mapped/outlined.

After our introduction to OSM, we were then showed a website called HOT Tasking Manager. It is a website where people can collaborate in OSM to finish mapping tasks in certain areas. We were tasked to try the website out by mapping and validating. This part of my internship surprised me the most since I never expected people to collaborate through OSM to help the public gather data.

Bonus: We were also taught how to use field papers and smartphones to broaden our knowledge on mapping.

After these few days of mapping, I learned that OSM is a good way to help other people map out different parts of the world. I highly recommend that people try mapping because it is helpful and it is a great way to make a difference.

Personal Experiences and Opinions of OpenStreetMapping

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 4:44
Hi I'm Nick,

So in my first week of openstreet mapping, I was actually interning at an office, and these were part of my daily tasks. Overall, it has been an interesting experience, mapping, correcting and validating things on the HOT Tasking Manager. I was also interested to find out that many people around the world contribute to mapping, in fact in 20 minutes all the tasks that I saw originally, had already been done. I am amazed by the amount of people willing to do this sort of thing. I was even able to go around the University of the Philippines Campus, to check if the mapping had been done accurately, most of it was except for a few things every now and then. In just one week, I saw how this place can help those who suffer from disasters and the like, and it has been a great experience overall, to see people willing to help others. It's also been fun to be able to work together with my friends to be able to properly map places in the Philippines.

OSM has overall been an interesting experience for me

OSM mapping: My opinions and experiences

blogs.openstreetmap.org - ven 29 juin 2018 - 4:44
Hello My name is Sebastien and I'm from the Philippines

I have recently started to do mapping around my area and I have to say I really appreciate the effort of this community to help other people by providing the necessary information for an open source project. The community help especially when there are emergencies in certain communities, some would even go out of there way to help other communities unrelated to them, so I started to help out these people. It may be a little tiring but if you look at the bigger picture it could help save lots of people's lives. When I started my first few hours trying OSM out I felt like it was a big chore, however I started enjoying it. To help people in various countries I was recommended to [HOT Tasking manager](tasks.hotosm.org). There you can see the urgency of the project to be done and what needs to be mapped, the most common ones are buildings and roads around the city. There are also a couple of mobile applications that might help you out by tracking you with GPS. This can help you by marking the places you walk over.

I would recommend doing OSM to everyone so that we may all help the community together.

Ruby for Good 2018

blogs.openstreetmap.org - jeu 28 juin 2018 - 20:24
4 days. 9 open source projects. 80 Rubyists.

By: Dom Brassey

Participating in an event like Ruby for Good, especially if you’re new and don’t know where to begin, helps usher you into the world of open source in a friendly, non-threatening way. People are around to help you, you’re part of a team, and you can choose a cause that you believe in so all the time you spend working on a project, you’re actually working toward the greater good. — Ruby for Good Organizer, Teresa Finn

The 5th Annual Ruby for Good event just wrapped. 80 Ruby developers participated in this 4-day “not-a-hackathon” in Washington, D.C. After a welcome from founder Sean Marcia and the team, leaders took the stage to pitch the weekend sprints they planned with nonprofit stakeholders like Namati, PDX Diaper Bank, OpenStreetMap, and more.

Events like Ruby For Good help developers grow as leaders and collaborators, offer non-profits access to technology built to their custom needs, and give sponsors an opportunity to develop deep relationships with tech professionals. A huge thank you to our own Kalimar on the organizing team, and all the individuals who came together to build collaborative and open technology.

Here’s a deeper look at some of the projects we worked on:

Amazon TerrastoriesRead ACT’s full post on building Terrastories with Mapbox during Ruby for Good.

Our friends at the Amazon Conservation Team asked developers to build a geo-storytelling app that features video recordings of the oral histories that these communities share about their territory. The teams built Terrastories as a Dockerized Rails App to help users locate content geographically on an interactive, offline-compatible map.

The Terrastories team took the stage to demo their project:

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We knew the @Mapbox API was going to be awesome, but also that we didn't know how to use it..." team Terrastories #RubyforGood2018 @RubyforGood https://t.co/t2OyYTulw7

 — @EqMapbox

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OpenStreetMap convened a team of volunteers to improve the http://openstreetmap.org website. Led by Chris Flipse and Ben Reynolds, the team refactored routes to make them more resourceful and moved towards a replacement authentication system with the CanCanCan framework.

These improvements to the OpenStreetMap infrastructure will ultimately benefit the hundreds of millions of people who use OpenStreetMap data daily, including NGOs like MSF and the Red Cross, companies like Mapbox, Facebook, and Apple, and governments, educators, researchers, and mapmakers around the globe.

This is only a glimpse at the work accomplished during Ruby for Good 2018. We can’t wait to do it again next year. In the meantime, if you’re working on a project for social good our Community team wants to know about it! Drop us a line so we can connect.

Dom Brassey

Ruby for Good 2018 was originally published in Points of interest on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Measuring merit in Wiki editing

blogs.openstreetmap.org - jeu 28 juin 2018 - 11:58

The wiki

The OpenStreetMap Wiki is a great resource of information, with a huge, active community (603 different editors in the past 30 days). This community is highly diversified, many people make the occassional spell-fixing, small addition or clarification or removal when something doesn't seem completely right to them, there are people mostly translating content into their local language, people obsessed by organization and structure who reorganize and "templatetify", specialists who care only for specific fields of endeavour, people who make elaborate proposals with subtags to cater for many details and all eventualities, or that set up page stubs for newly discovered tags, or local comunities organizing mapping and events, software and operations documentation and much more.

Issues

While the following could in theory apply to all wiki pages, it seems that most contested edits are regarding tag documentation.

With all the people editing the wiki, some edits are not in line with the general thinking for one reason or the other (as you can see for example from discussions, as the "general thinking" currently is hard to measure). Many of these (relatively few) edits are caught and fixed or reverted within a day or so, but some escape the eyes of the community and remain for months and even years. New mappers and, even worse, app developers read the pages and use the tags as they are documented, and after some time the original meaning cannot be held up any more, because too many different objects have gotten the tag as well.

Rating wiki edits

I think it would be great to have a system to rate wiki edits. Something simple like a thumbs up, thumbs dowm button and optionally a comment. This would not only facilitate finding out about the consensus of the individual wiki modification but could also be used to determine some kind of positive or negative reputation of the editor.

Adjustments

Some edits (all edits to proposal pages, includes voting on these pages) should be excluded from the rating. Maybe rating could be excluded individually by the page creator (except for key and tag definition pages), but maybe it is not worth the effort of implementing it.

Potential abuse

I see there is also a small potential for abuse (people could rate all edits down for someone they don't like or who is in dispute with them), but with sufficient usage it would wear out.

Implementation

Unfortunately I do not know how to implement something like this, or how much effort it is, or whether there is already something that does this and could be integrated. It would be great if someone who is able to actually do it would believe this could make a lot of sense, and would help to make this happen.

Location

blogs.openstreetmap.org - jeu 28 juin 2018 - 7:10

Well I wasn't idk even know who lives there. I haven't been back to rez in awhile. Lofl. This shit is too funny.

Slides from my talks

blogs.openstreetmap.org - mer 27 juin 2018 - 22:11
A few months again, I promised (to myself) to share slides I use when giving talks about OpenStreetMap. The idea is to help other people with resources and inspiration to talk about OpenStreetMap themselves. I present in my own style, which includes simplistic slides that I add verbal overlay to. So to maintain some value, I […]

Day Trip to Garry Gala (Magtymguly)

blogs.openstreetmap.org - mer 27 juin 2018 - 19:19

Monday we drove to Magtymguly, a village in Balkan Province, formerly known as Garry Gala, to check out the area. You can see my route in the Mapillary GPS trace here. Mapillary imagery will be uploaded as Internet connectivity permits, so check back in a couple of weeks (it will take a while).

We added some villages, a gas station,some other POIs, and I mapped a river, the Aydere (which in Turkmen means "Moon River"). The Sumbar River valley is beautiful, very scenic, and there are some gorgeous mountain scenes that will eventually show up in Mapillary for those interested.

One section of the route took us through a landscape known as the "Mountains of the Moon". I shot a Mapillary sequence with my iPhone, which you can see here: https://www.mapillary.com/app/?lat=38.45498688522582&lng=56.20510593993236&z=17&pKey=F1UZu4iMblKil4hVAcwPeA&focus=photo

Results of OSM user demographic survey now available

blogs.openstreetmap.org - mer 27 juin 2018 - 16:42

It's been almost a year since 326 OSM contributors kindly participated in a survey of user demographics. The purpose of the survey was to attempt to measure the impact of the gender participation imbalance on mapping behaviours and patterns.

In April of this year I delivered my paper 'Gender differences in OpenStreetMap contributor activity, editing', based on the survey data, at the GISRUK conference in Leicester to an audience of GIS academics and professionals. This was well received and prompted a discussion of gender issues in OSM more broadly.

The three main findings of the analysis were:

  1. Not only are there more male participants than women, of those that participated, men are more active than their female counterparts with many more contributions and time spent editing.
  2. Men are more likely to modify existing edits whilst women demonstrate a preference to add new data
  3. Men contribute to a wider range of tagging categories than women

If you would like to read the short paper in full it is available as a pdf below. ]

Thank you again to all who participated.

https://www122.lamp.le.ac.uk/download/GISRUK2018_Contribution_045.pdf

Mapeando a Cidade de Aliança e Timbaúba /PE.

blogs.openstreetmap.org - mer 27 juin 2018 - 13:48

Bom Dia,

hoje venho compartilhar o meu mapeamento nas cidades de aliança e timbaúba que fica na Mata Norte de pernambuco e que apesar de já ter nome de ruas ainda continuava deficiente o mapeamento nessas duas cidades.

Hoje inserir varias ruas nas duas cidades e mesmo com uma grande quantidade de ruas mapeadas sempre voltamos ao município para novos mapeamentos e por hoje e só... partir agora para o próximo município.....

Ate Breve!

Atenciosamente

Raphaelmirc

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