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SolarPlak

sam 21 oct 2017 - 6:50

Tienda online de energía solar solarplak En nuestra tienda online estamos continuamente buscando los productos más novedosos con la máxima relación calidad precio, el 90% de los productos los tenemos en stock ya que tenemos grandes volúmenes de compras para poder ofrecer los mejores precios, todo esto a sido gracias al alto crecimiento que hemos tenido en estos últimos años, aprovechamos para darla las gracias a todos los clientes por la confianza depositada en nuestra empresa ya que sin ellos esto no seria posible.

En Solarplak estamos continuamente buscando los productos más novedosos con la máxima relación calidad precio, el 90% de nuestro catalogo lo tenemos en stock ya que tenemos grandes volúmenes de compras, gracias a ello podemos ofrecer los mejores precios, todo esto a sido gracias al alto crecimiento que hemos tenido en estos últimos años, aprovechamos para dar las gracias a todos los clientes que han confiado con nosotros, ya que sin ellos esto no seria posible.

SOTMUS 2017

sam 21 oct 2017 - 2:07

Thank you to all the people who volunteered their time to make this conference possible. Great people. Ambitious ideas. Very fortunate to be part of something so big https://photos.app.goo.gl/yqnKAGk46uufhSB72

weeklyOSM 378

ven 20 oct 2017 - 19:09

10/10/2017-16/10/2017

The quality assurance tool Osmose now uses vector technology to display the markers 1 | Leaflet | © OpenStreetMap contributors

Mapping
  • Michael Reichert aka Nakaner has written a proposal for an “expiration date” of the “Validity of Public Transport Route Relations”. Or at least a date by which the route relation should be looked at again, because changes in the schedules might affect the itineraries or the stops served
  • We reported previously on Yuri Astrakhan’s (in OSM, “nyuriks“) proposition to bring in line “wikidata” and “wikipedia” urls, and the discussion about the mechanical edits that he was doing. Yuri’s now created a “Quick Edit” tool to make mechanical edits in general easier. The consensus of the discussion is that this tool, like other similar ones, is governed by the Automated Edits Code of Conduct. The discussion on the talk mailing list is here.
  • The proposal Fire Hydrant Extension to extend and change the hydrant tagging has missed the required majority with 28 ‘yes’ and 21 ‘no’ votes.
  • You can cast your vote on the proposal River Classification which wants to add the tag river=major/big/small for rivers. See also the discussion on the Tagging mailing list.
  • Mapping “dog droppings bag dispenser”? Not only in Germany. Alejandro Moreno asks on the Tagging mailing list how to tag a dog droppings bag dispenser with a trash bin.
  • Following complaints from local mappers, the DWG had to block a number of students from Carleton University in Ottawa due to problems with a student mapping project. There is also a discussion on Talk-Ca mailing list about this. There were a number of issues (including duplication), but the main one seemed to be that it was misunderstood that OSM was a set of live data – if something obviously incorrect is added there, it gets fixed, which made it difficult for students to find their individual submissions.
  • Bryan Housel accepted a pull request for the iD editor which adds a tagging preset for place=plot to the iD editor.
  • Christoph Hormann presents in his blog as a replacement for the name=* tag a concept in which only name:*=* is recorded and the boundary relations specify a formatting formula in the form of a tag, which language(s) should be rendered in which order, so that the usual local labeling is achieved.
  • Nakaner writes a longer article in his user blog why he rejected the Proposal Fire Hydrant Extension.
  • Contributor nammala posted an OSM diary entry describing the latest updates to “OSMCha“. OSMCha was originally written by Wille Marcel; see his diary for details of OSMCha’s new API.
  • On the talk mailing list, Dave Swarthout asks for the best practices for tagging oil fields – both the larger “concession” area as well as the actual infrastructure.
  • [1] The quality assurance tool Osmose now uses vector technology to display the markers (Source).
  • Shirini writes about a mini workshop using a TelegramBOT to translate strings for OpenStreetMap.org at Chennai
Community
  • Last week, first camps of Association Projet EOF “OSM, FreeGIS and opendata” program funded by OIF/DFEN got started in Togo and Niger and a one day event (mixing conference, hands on sessions and mapathon) in Benin, Burkina and Ivory Coast. Since 16-October, 10 similar camps of 5 days have been starting in Dakar, Bamako, Kayes, Ouagadougou, Abidjan, Bouaké, Niamey, Cotonou and Adjara/Porto Novo. To be followed on Twitter through #ActionOifProjetEOF.
  • Michelle Thong reports from her participation at the National Day of Civic Hacking in San Jose on 23rd September 2017. She thinks that Code for San Jose (the local Code for America group) could learn from OSM how to attract new contributors.
  • Geochicas, the OSM Latin American women community, launched a survey to learn about the gender gap in the OSM community. User «code elusive» mentions on Diversity-talk mailing list that the survey uses Google but asks for some personal details. You can find the survey written in EN, DE, ES, FR, PT, AL.
  • Contributor GOwin from Philippines, shares the new interesting initiative the local OSM community has come up with to engage, and expand the community of OpenStreetMap contributors in the country. The concept is that the local community will take care of the pizzas, all you need is mapathons, hacking events and most importantly, passion!
  • PierZen wrote an interesting diary entry with a statistical analysis of the OSM userbase, titled The Pulse of OpenStreetMap Contributors.
Imports
  • The San Jose Sidewalk Import (we reported earlier) attracted attention due to its poor quality. Sidewalks were uploaded although they have not been connected to the remaining network. Local mapper Minh, who is one of the primary mappers in the affected area and has mapped
    42% of the sidewalks in San Jose by hand before the import started, replies to the mailist list saying he welcomes this import for a broader, long-term effort to improve OSM’s quality in the area.
  • Frederik Ramm starts a discussion on Talk-US mailing list how to deal with the many junk imports from NHD in future.
Events
  • At FOSDEM in February 2018 in Brussels, a yearly event attracting 8000 developers of Free Software, there will be a GeoSpatial room again. If you want to propose a talk, please do.
  • FOSS4G and State of the Map Argentina 2017 is happening from 23rd-28th of October. Here is the detailed scheduled of the event.
  • Miami’s Department of geography’s mapathon unites faculty and students to help provide aid to hurricane in Puerto Rico.
  • This year’s State of the Map CZ will be held at the Czech OpenAlt conference in Brno on 4th and 5th November. (automatic translation)
    There will be talks from companies working with OSM data and a talk on the topics that the Czech OSM community is dealing with currently: hiking (cycle,horse,etc..) trails mapping, landuse and building tracking from official registers, photos for mapping support (PhotoDB) or upgrades to the national OSM portal osmap.cz.
Humanitarian OSM
  • Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team is calling to help provide critical data in response to the Mexico Earthquakes, South Asia Floods, Caribbean Hurricanes and West Pacific Volcano threats.
  • OSM contributor Mapanauta writes a brief about Open Humanitarian Mapping in response of Mexico earthquakes.
Open Data Software
  • Threema can now share the user’s location via OpenStreetMap. The WLAN location determination has to be added as an authorization for this.
  • With Windy Maps, the creators of mapy.cz have released an OSM-based map app for iOS and Android.
Did you know … OSM in the media
  • Government Tech writes about the importance of maps during disasters such as hurricane Irma, as they’re a “reliable visualization of areas that are likely to be changed by storms.”
Other “geo” things
  • As part of a deal with Parks Canada, Google is now showcasing Street View images of one of the remotest places on the planet – Quttinirpaaq National Park
  • Japan launched the fourth satellite for its regional QZSS (Quasi Zenith Satellite System). All four satellites are on geosynchronous orbits over the Asia-Oceania Region.
  • Lots of people (including CrunchBase) are reporting that SoftBank has invested $164 million in Mapbox, driven amongst other things by the growth in autonomous vehicles. Mapbox’s own blog reports it here.
  • Wired writes about how the crowdsourced mapping efforts on OpenStreetMap are guiding Puerto Rico’s recovery
Upcoming Events Where What When Country Colorado Boulder]] State of the Map U.S. 2017, [[Boulder 2017-10-19-2017-10-22 Karlsruhe Hack Weekend October 2017 2017-10-21-2017-10-22 Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2017-10-23 Taipei OpenStreetMap Taipei Meetup, MozSpace 2017-10-23 Graz Stammtisch Graz 2017-10-23 Dusseldorf Stammtisch Düsseldorf 2017-10-23 Buenos Aires FOSS4G+State of the Map Argentina 2017 2017-10-23-2017-10-28 Lyon Mapathon Missing Maps à La Tour Du Web 2017-10-24 Nottingham Nottingham Pub Meetup 2017-10-24 Chur Mapping Party Chur 2017-10-24 Bern Mapping Party Bern 2017-10-25 Leuven Leuven Monthly Meetup. Topic: Rendering for print 2017-10-25 Minsk byGIS meetup 2017-10-25 Paris Mapathon Missing Maps à l’ESS’pace 2017-10-26 Brussels FOSS4G Belgium 2017 2017-10-26 Lübeck Lübecker Stammtisch 2017-10-26 Rome Incontro Mappatori, [[Rome Roma 2017-10-30 Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2017-11-01 Montreal Les Mercredis cartographie 2017-11-01 Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2017-11-02 Essen Mappertreffen Essen 2017-11-02 Rostock Rostocker Treffen 2017-11-07 Havana CubaConf, La Conferencia Cubana de Tecnologías Libres 2017-11-07-2017-11-09 Lima State of the Map LatAm 2017 2017-11-29-2017-12-02 Yaoundé State of the Map Cameroun 2017, lors des premières Journées nationales de la Géomatique 2017-12-01-2017-12-03 Bonn FOSSGIS 2018 2018-03-21-2018-03-24 Poznań State of the Map Europe 2018 2018-04-13-2018-04-14 Milan State of the Map 2018, (international conference) 2018-07-28-2018-07-30

Note: If you like to see your event here, please put it into the calendar. Only data which is there, will appear in weeklyOSM. Please check your event in our public calendar preview and correct it, where appropriate.

This weeklyOSM was produced by Nakaner, PierZen, Polyglot, SeleneYang, SomeoneElse, Spanholz, YoViajo, derFred, jinalfoflia, keithonearth, sev_osm.

New to all this

ven 20 oct 2017 - 18:04

New to all this, but learning the basics and starting to get a grasp of how things work.

OpenStreetMap Carto release v4.4.0

ven 20 oct 2017 - 14:53

Dear all,

Today, v4.4.0 of the openstreetmap-carto stylesheet (the default stylesheet on openstreetmap.org) has been released.

Changes include:

Major changes

  • Rendering inland water areas and labels from z0
  • Rendering island and islet labels earlier

Changes

  • Rendering of amenity=marketplace
  • Rendering of landuse=religious
  • Rendering shop=pastry like shop=confectionery
  • Rendering of addr:unit
  • Rendering natural=bare_rock earlier
  • Rendering elevation also on polygon alpine_hut and shelter
  • Introducing Noto Sans Arabic
  • Rendering icon for slipway ways
  • Better minimal distance between housenumbers
  • Moving aeroways to their own layer
  • Creating amenity POI categories
  • Some other documentation and code cleaning

Thanks to all the contributors for this release, including tpikonen, a new contributor.

For a full list of commits, see https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/compare/v4.3.0...v4.4.0

As always, we welcome any bug reports at https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues

Year Notes: 2013

ven 20 oct 2017 - 10:34

I was tempted to skip this year as I had after all written a blog post that year already, but why not go crazy and write a second one, maybe the 2013 review would have been the first post of 2014 anyway?

Although I tend to write about geeky work related things on this blog it’s really my personal blog so I should definitely mention that the two major events of 2013 for me were personal rather than work related. We (my wife and I) moved house, and got pregnant! The house move wasn’t particularly planned and just came from noticing a house around the corner from ours that looked interesting, checking it out (awful) but then looking at a few more and deciding that actually we really could manage a nice upgrade, and might need to as we’d be needing more room soon.

We were lucky that we could afford a lovely big victorian house, which looks nice and provides lots of room for kids and associated “stuff”, but isn’t the best when it comes to heating and having lots of little jobs that need doing. We actually didn’t move in for 3 months after buying it, but still even now have lots of jobs that need doing and some quite large bits of building work we’d like to do, if we could get around to it (making the cellar a usable space and extending the kitchen). Obviously having lots of jobs to do is standard for owning a house but this place definitely seems to take it to another level!

Also back in 2013 I took on a summer student, Elliot. That was a great experience even if I hadn’t necessarily prepared well enough for having him around. I ended up giving him all sorts of different bits of work to do including upgrades to my CamViewer webcam viewing app and upgrades to the WhereDial. He actually did most of the work towards a Wi-Fi enabled webcam that would have used TP-Link mini Wi-Fi routers as much of the brains with a bespoke Arduino compatible circuit board controlling the motor. Unfortunately in the end I didn’t get around to productising that but hopefully he had some fun working on it and got some good experience. After that summer he went back to university to finish his degree then had no problem finding a job. I haven’t caught up with him in a while but I believe he’s still doing well and applying his great versatility to working on a variety of things from back-end server coding to mobile app dev.

During the summer of 2013 I, with Adrian McEwen, Hakim Cassimally and Aine McGuire exhibited at Internet World trade show in Earls Court, London. That was quite an interesting experience. We were given a prime spot at the entrance to the show and used it to demonstrate a variety of IoT devices including the WhereDial and Bubblino, Hakim and Adrian also promoted their book Designing the Internet of Things. And because spending a week in London wasn’t enough we then spent the following weekend in Newcastle for Makerfaire!

Wow, looking at my notes that was when my relationship with ExamsTutor ended. Unfortunately it didn’t end as well as I’d have liked, they simply decided they did not want to continue the relationship and largely cut off communication. I had owned the IP behind the apps so no further development occurred on those and it looks like they got removed from the app store in Apple’s great cull of 2016 (removing any app that hadn’t been updated in years). A shame to end that way as I’d enjoyed working with them but there wasn’t much I could do once they stopped replying to emails.

My relationship with 7digital also ended this year, as I recall they were looking to take development in-house which was fair enough. I don’t think iOS was ever really a huge priority for them as Apple’s app store rules made it difficult for them to make any money from the app. I know they continued using my codebase for a few years after, it’s hard to tell if they still do, the app’s structure hasn’t changed too much but it’s quite likely it’s had some restructuring under the hood.

As mentioned I (and Elliot) also continued working on CamViewer through that year. Interestingly looking at the Changelog that year seems to have been the start of me adding more functionality to the app. At the end of the year I added support for “HD” cameras that use RTSP by integrating a paid-for library. That was just in time for me to use cameras such as this as baby monitors, something I and my wife have both found really handy over the years.

Pretty much the last thing that happened in this year, Evie was born!

So that’s a review of 2013 done, just 3 more years to cover (assuming I get this done quickly, considering I started this blog post in January (2017) that may not be the case!)

Year Notes: 2013

ven 20 oct 2017 - 10:34

I was tempted to skip this year as I had after all written a blog post that year already, but why not go crazy and write a second one, maybe the 2013 review would have been the first post of 2014 anyway?

Although I tend to write about geeky work related things on this blog it’s really my personal blog so I should definitely mention that the two major events of 2013 for me were personal rather than work related. We (my wife and I) moved house, and got pregnant! The house move wasn’t particularly planned and just came from noticing a house around the corner from ours that looked interesting, checking it out (awful) but then looking at a few more and deciding that actually we really could manage a nice upgrade, and might need to as we’d be needing more room soon.

We were lucky that we could afford a lovely big victorian house, which looks nice and provides lots of room for kids and associated “stuff”, but isn’t the best when it comes to heating and having lots of little jobs that need doing. We actually didn’t move in for 3 months after buying it, but still even now have lots of jobs that need doing and some quite large bits of building work we’d like to do, if we could get around to it (making the cellar a usable space and extending the kitchen). Obviously having lots of jobs to do is standard for owning a house but this place definitely seems to take it to another level!

Also back in 2013 I took on a summer student, Elliot. That was a great experience even if I hadn’t necessarily prepared well enough for having him around. I ended up giving him all sorts of different bits of work to do including upgrades to my CamViewer webcam viewing app and upgrades to the WhereDial. He actually did most of the work towards a Wi-Fi enabled webcam that would have used TP-Link mini Wi-Fi routers as much of the brains with a bespoke Arduino compatible circuit board controlling the motor. Unfortunately in the end I didn’t get around to productising that but hopefully he had some fun working on it and got some good experience. After that summer he went back to university to finish his degree then had no problem finding a job. I haven’t caught up with him in a while but I believe he’s still doing well and applying his great versatility to working on a variety of things from back-end server coding to mobile app dev.

During the summer of 2013 I, with Adrian McEwen, Hakim Cassimally and Aine McGuire exhibited at Internet World trade show in Earls Court, London. That was quite an interesting experience. We were given a prime spot at the entrance to the show and used it to demonstrate a variety of IoT devices including the WhereDial and Bubblino, Hakim and Adrian also promoted their book Designing the Internet of Things. And because spending a week in London wasn’t enough we then spent the following weekend in Newcastle for Makerfaire!

Wow, looking at my notes that was when my relationship with ExamsTutor ended. Unfortunately it didn’t end as well as I’d have liked, they simply decided they did not want to continue the relationship and largely cut off communication. I had owned the IP behind the apps so no further development occurred on those and it looks like they got removed from the app store in Apple’s great cull of 2016 (removing any app that hadn’t been updated in years). A shame to end that way as I’d enjoyed working with them but there wasn’t much I could do once they stopped replying to emails.

My relationship with 7digital also ended this year, as I recall they were looking to take development in-house which was fair enough. I don’t think iOS was ever really a huge priority for them as Apple’s app store rules made it difficult for them to make any money from the app. I know they continued using my codebase for a few years after, it’s hard to tell if they still do, the app’s structure hasn’t changed too much but it’s quite likely it’s had some restructuring under the hood.

As mentioned I (and Elliot) also continued working on CamViewer through that year. Interestingly looking at the Changelog that year seems to have been the start of me adding more functionality to the app. At the end of the year I added support for “HD” cameras that use RTSP by integrating a paid-for library. That was just in time for me to use cameras such as this as baby monitors, something I and my wife have both found really handy over the years.

Pretty much the last thing that happened in this year, Evie was born!

So that’s a review of 2013 done, just 3 more years to cover (assuming I get this done quickly, considering I started this blog post in January (2017) that may not be the case!)

Hydranten in Friedrichshafen

ven 20 oct 2017 - 9:25

Hallo, ich bin neu hier, und bräuchte direkt eure Hilfe! Wie kriege ich die Information über die Hydranten in Friedrichshafen heraus?

LG Anna

Pretty watch

ven 20 oct 2017 - 8:13

Révision de la réplique Tag Heuer est certainement un plaisir à mon avis en raison de l’unique qu’ils soient capables de faire leurs montres premium.Vous trouverez toujours quelque chose ou peut-être un couple de choses qui semblent simplement venir dans une montre spécifique.Aujourd’hui, je serai transportant un duplicata Tag Heuer Monaco Automatic Montre Homme CW211A.FC6228.

Pretty watch

ven 20 oct 2017 - 8:10

Révision de la réplique Tag Heuer est certainement un plaisir à mon avis en raison de l’unique qu’ils soient capables de faire leurs montres premium.Vous trouverez toujours quelque chose ou peut-être un couple de choses qui semblent simplement venir dans une montre spécifique.Aujourd’hui, je serai transportant un duplicata Tag Heuer Monaco Automatic Montre Homme CW211A.FC6228.

What is apartment complex's road?

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 18:13

I've seen our country's many apartment complexes, But the road is not unified. (Residential road, parking lot, etc.) so what is apartment complex's road? (I'm using a translator.)

아파트 단지 내의 도로는 무슨 도로로 해야할까

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 18:01

여기저기의 도로를 봤는데 주거도로, 차도, 주차장 통로, 이면도로 이렇게 4개 정도인데 이 중 어느 도로로 해야 하는 걸까.. (위치는 내가 본 아파트 단지중 꽤 잘 만들었다고 생각하는 곳)

http://www.drozhealthblog.com/luna-gold-serum/

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 8:13

Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar to Improve your Skin Whenever ingested, apple juice vinegar advances liver wellbeing. Appropriate liver capacity is Luna Gold significant for clear and delightful skin. Why? The livers work inside the body is to expel poisons from our framework. An over-burden of poisons, caused by an inadequately working liver is an exceptionally regular reason for skin inflammation. http://www.drozhealthblog.com/luna-gold-serum/

Remedios Caseros

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 4:49

La congestión nasal, alergias, picaduras de mosquitos, quemaduras de sol - ahora todos estos problemas pueden ser abordados en su casa! La naturaleza nos ha bendecido con hierbas y especias, que están llenos de posibles tratamientos para varias enfermedades comunes. Cuando usted tiene la oportunidad de tratar a las condiciones en el país - a su propio ritmo con la ayuda de los ingredientes que usted encuentra todos los días - ¿Por qué correr por un médico?

Los remedios caseros, mientras potente, no sustituyen a los medicamentos tradicionales de ninguna manera. Si usted experimenta síntomas graves que no se pueden curar con el tratamiento natural, usted debe consultar a su médico tan pronto como sea posible. Su enfoque holístico casi sin efectos secundarios y que los hace muy popular. Los remedios naturales para enfermedades comunes descritos aquí son seguros y prácticos. Ellos se pueden practicar en conjunto con la aprobación de su médico también. A continuación se enumeran veinte enfermedades comunes y los remedios caseros simples y eficaces para contrarrestarlas.

Translating OSM Diary entries

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 3:58

I always enjoy reading many diary entries, and since this is a very global community, it's not a surprise to see many people writing in their native languages.

I'd love to see an translate link or button under each entry (and comments). It's not perfect, but for the most part, you get a gist of what the author is saying:

Allegheny County Building Import

jeu 19 oct 2017 - 1:28

I'm coordinating an import of building outlines covering Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh, PA and many of its suburbs. The data is provided by the government, but merging the data into OSM is a community effort. If you would like to help, head over to the tasking manager.

PENGOBATAN RUQYAH FSIPC CIREBON

mer 18 oct 2017 - 23:55

Tempat Pengobatan Ruqyah Cirebon Indramayu Majalengka dan Kuningan Telp:083120122062. www.pengobatancirebon.xyz

Imorosity

mer 18 oct 2017 - 21:29

¿CÓMO PUEDO CONSULTAR UN FICHERO DE MOROSOS?

Los ficheros están automatizados, por lo que es muy importante que no nos incluyan en ninguno de ellos, ya que esta inclusión nos tacharía de malos pagadores y van a perjudicar cualquier proyecto económico futuro que queramos realizar con un particular o empresa, puesto que una vez nos han incluido, todos los asociados a estos ficheros pueden saber que somos morosos.

Aunque en apariencia pueda considerarse un proceso tedioso y difícil de realizar, ese criterio no podría estar más alejado de la realidad. Pues la consulta de un fichero de morosos, por ejemplo para como saber si estoy en ASNEF, se realiza fácil y gratuitamente a través de los servidores, los cuales cuentan con una base de datos viable a cualquiera que desee consultar.

Cómo puedo salir de ASNEF

Para salir de los listados de ASNEF, lo primero que has de hacer es cerciorarte de que efectivamente estás incluido en el fichero mediante un informe de solvencia.

Para salir de las listas de morosos de la ASNEF, el deudor debe informarse correctamente acerca de su situación, en primer lugar ingresar a la página web de la ASNEF o contactar al servicio de atención al cliente de dicha asociación por fax o teléfono, para así solicitar los datos concretos de cuál fue la entidad o persona que lo registro en los ficheros y cuanto es la cantidad pendiente a pagar (si tiene referencia de carta de Equifax).

Imagery update for Mapbox Satellite layer

mer 18 oct 2017 - 14:30

Mapbox recently rolled out new satellite imagery for many places around the globe. I’m happy to share that some of the Indian cities also got new imagery with this update and the community can use this for mapping in OpenStreetMap. I always prefer best imagery to add highways and buildings the most.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Ludhiana, Punjab

Kochi, Kerala

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Kolkata, West Bengal

Vellore, Tamil Nadu

You can also check the unmapped places on OpenStreetMap using this tool http://lxbarth.com/compare/?osm&mapbox.satellite#17/30.91342/75.84278. The tool compares the satellite imagery alongside OpenStreetMap. Here is the one example in Gottigere neighbourhood in Bengaluru, where buildings can be mapped.

Gottigere neighbourhood, Bengaluru

Ludhiana, Punjab

Let me know if you have any questions and feedback. Here is the link http://learnosm.org/en/ to the web tutorial to get started with editing in OpenStreetMap. Also there is lot more tutorials are available at here.

Happy mapping!

Интересно, Земля Плоская или в форме чаши?

mer 18 oct 2017 - 13:03

Я вот долго думал и пришла к выводу благодаря обучению в школе, что спутники не летают, а земля плоская. Что вы по этой теме думаете. Пишите в коментах я все хочу знать!

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