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Weekly OSM - 14. Prosinec 2018 - 12:37

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04/12/2018-10/12/2018

    Pierre Béland appeals for experienced mappers to help improve data quality 1 | © OpenStreetMap contributors

Mapping
  • Jean-Louis Zimmerman tweets about the need to consider new approaches to editing OpenStreetMap data, both to help non-mappers and to handle increased data density.

    He is particularly inspired by Deriviste, a proof-of-concept created by Richard Fairhurst.

  • OSM-DRC continues its mapping in the DR Congo to help combat the Ebola outbreak in North Kivu. On twitter Pierre Béland appeals for experienced mappers to help improve data quality.
  • Toutelatitudes tweets about the three remarkable trees they’ve added to OpenStreetMap in the department of Loiret, France.
  • dktue would like to propose the tag emergency=control_centre for the place where emergency calls are responded. The tag is already used over 200 times, but only in Germany.
  • John Paris announced the fourth version of a proposal on how to map disputed boundaries. Delimitation of disputed boundaries is an important but difficult and sensitive issue for many reasons. After John received feedback for his proposal, he wrote that he will rework it and incorporate the suggestions.
  • Have you ever run into the problem of mapping a hiking trail & needing to check if any part was mapped before? Many communities use wiki pages to provide lists of trails and their relations. User Cascafico describes, in his diary, tools to automate collection of data from OSM and transformation to wiki format.
Community
  • The OpenStreetMap Niger community organized a training camp at Campus Numérique Francophone in Niamey for 15 participants. Over 3 days the subjects studied included OSM, QGIS, and open-data.
  • Jennings Anderson wrote, on his user blog, about a data analysis workshop he and Seth Fitzsimmons ran at SotM US 2018. Jupyter notebooks were used for speedy, interactive analysis and visualisation of the OSM data. In the article, he explains preparation of datasets using osm-wayback and osmesa, the creation of CSV-files and loading the data into Jupyter.
  • After Mapbox hired the Valhalla team from Mapzen, most if not all core OSRM developers seem to have quit their job. However, there is no official statement from Mapbox as to whether they plan to maintain both projects in the future.
  • Tim Couwelier blogged about Road categorisation – OpenStreetMap versus Flemish Planning Documents, where he explains the differences between OSM and public road categorisation. He points out the public categories based on the originally intended purpose of the roads vs OSM, with its ground-truth principle, based on the actual use.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Nicolas Chavent shares in an email his speculation about HOT US Inc. wanting to achieve gradual dominance on the board of OSMF. Severin Menard continues that two OSMF directors were previously on the board of HOT, another current OSMF director was HOT Executive Director, a candidate of the current election is employed by HOT and a candidate of the current OSMF board elections is a voting member of HOT US Inc.
  • The OSMF Board reviewed the decision of the Data Working Group to change the boundaries of Crimea on OSM and has rescinded the DWG resolution. Accordingly, Crimea is included within the borders of both Russia and Ukraine: thus returning to the mapping which has existed since 2014.

    As might be expected there is a certain amount of commentary on this decision: Ilya Zverik in his WhatOSM blog (automatic translation) places this controversy in an overall OSM context. Others feel that how the decision was reached and communicated did not meet stated goals of transparency. Richard Fairhurst relates this to his perception that over the years the OSMF Board has often failed to support Working Group volunteers..

Events
  • The FOSSGIS 2019 , the German conference around geospatial topics and OSM’s main local meetup, is just around the corner. There is already an agenda for social events available.
Humanitarian OSM
  • HOT wrote how OSM data will help to determine the exposure of a region to disasters. A model will be developed based on the data collected and will improve the resilience of the cities in more than 46 countries.
  • The Democratic Republic of Congo suffers from an Ebola outbreak, rebel attacks, and population displacements. With recent imagery, OSM-DRC is active in North-Kivu and opened Tasking Manager jobs. In a mail on the HOT mailing list, Pierre Béland is recapping the work from a quality point of view and recommending steps to fix the issues and improve the quality of future mapping activities.
Maps
  • OpenStreetBrowser has been updated to version 4.2. The new version allows its users to export visible map features as JSON, GeoJSON, and XML. As the project reports on their homepage, users with own repositories on OpenStreetBrowser Dev can now load categories from git branches and the broken Twitter feed in the news bar was replaced to show news from a blog instead.
  • Qwant, an European search engine that respects your privacy, just released an alpha version of their new product Qwant Maps, a map fully based on OSM data and opensource ecosystem. For now, it mainly works in France, but the good news is that you can contribute to make it work in your home country too.
Open Data
  • The City of Zurich publishes a 3D-model of the outer shells and roof structures under a Creative Commons CC0 license.
Software
  • Martijn van Exel wrote an illustrated guide on how to get started contributing to OpenStreetCam, the free and open platform for street-level images built by Telenav.
  • Jiri Vlasak introduces the LiveJOSM project. LiveJOSM is a Debian based Linux live system with JOSM and some JOSM plugins preinstalled that can be used on events, such as mapathons.
Releases
  • The OSM editor iD received two updates recently. The mega update v2.12.0 includes a seemingly endless list of new features, improvements, and bugfixes, including the implementation of two-finger trackpad gestures for Mac users, drawing of ways with a direction like cliffs and coastlines and the possibility to resize the sidebar or hide it completely. The update to 2.12.1, one day later, includes some minor bug fixes.
  • An update for the HOT Tasking manager has been released after it received nearly 60 different commits. The improvements include new layouts for mapping tab and the task history, the support for the markdown format in the task description and contribute card and the implementation of a new function called Expert Mode that will cover more advanced mapping and validation features
  • Simon Poole released the first beta for version 12 of the Vespucci editor.

    • It features a new simple action mode, which adds a big green button to add new features, instead of the somewhat difficult to explain long click.
    • Support for Maproulette.
    • It adds an intent, which means any geo: urls can be opened directly using your an OSM app of your choosing.
Did you know …
  • … the JOSM BuildingsTools Plugin by user Upliner that contributes to OSM quality? You can draw regular rectangular or round buildings by simply pressing b and 2 or 3 mouse clicks! Precisely and quickly!
    The Ctrl-Alt-B shortcut key opens a configuration panel with options to modify the form, type and more.
  • OSM Streak? OSM Streak is a gamified contest that makes you do daily small tasks for OSM and earn points for completing them. The goal is to motivate mappers to edit persistently.
  • … the list of Quality Assurance tools that can be used to improve the data in OSM?
  • … how you can successfully complete the missing addresses in your district with MAPS.ME? Here is how.
OSM in the media
  • German is known for its extra-long compound words and apparently, this applies to road names too. According to a news article , an investigation based on OSM data found the longest road name in Germany: Bischöflich-Geistlicher-Rat-Josef-Zinnbauer-Straße. Most common in Germany are roads named after the writers Goethe and Schiller.
Other “geo” things
  • Daniel Huffman writes about old-fashioned map making: on a typewriter.
  • Jelle van Lottum has visualised voyages by the ships of several East India companies from Europe to India and the East Indies prior to 1800. The data are from CLIWOC, digitised records of ships logs.
  • CityLab provides an overview of a new book by Christof Spieler on rapid transit systems in 47 American metropolitan regions. Needless to say, it contains lots of transit maps.
  • Martijn announced an OpenStreetCam competition for Australia. Telenav’s map team is awarding Amazon gift cards for the top image contributors until year end. Telenav’s product OpenStreetCam is a street-level imagery solution like Mapillary that lets you upload your own images and image sequences. It helps to detect errors and gaps in the data and supports you with images while editing.
  • The version 3.4 of ArangoDB, an Apache license native multi-model database, has been released. The new version supports now GeoJSON and includes the new search engine ArangoSearch.
  • The web app Cultural Gems was presented by the European Commission during the closing conference of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The app intends to provide crowdsourced information on cultural and creative spaces in Europe and is pre-loaded with an initial set of points of interest from OpenStreetMap.
  • Katharina Przybill has published an article on "Conceptual compliance analysis with the OpenStreetMap History Database (OSHDB)".
  • Matt Daniels has developed an OSM-based visualization of the world’s population in 3D
  • NASA provides a new look at Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria.
  • Google Maps in Australia have some unusual errors.
Upcoming Events
    Where What When Country Alice PoliMappers Adventures 2018: One mapping quest each day 2018-12-01-2018-12-31 online via IRC Foundation Annual General Meeting 2018-12-15 Cologne Bonn Airport Bonner Stammtisch 2018-12-18 Lüneburg Lüneburger Mappertreffen 2018-12-18 Nottingham Pub Meetup 2018-12-18 Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-12-18 Rennes Recensement des panneaux publicitaires 2018-12-23 Leipzig OpenStreetMap assembly 2018-12-27-2018-12-30 Düsseldorf Stammtisch 2018-12-28 Greater Vancouver area Metrotown mappy Hour 2018-12-28 Biella Incontro mensile 2018-12-29 Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23

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This weeklyOSM was produced by PierZen, Polyglot, Rogehm, SK53, SunCobalt, YoViajo, derFred, geologist, jinalfoflia.

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Weekly OSM - 8. Prosinec 2018 - 15:37

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27/11/2018-03/12/2018

    Reference point for mobile devices 1 | © Kanton Zürich, Baudirektion, Amt für Raumentwicklung

About us Mapping
  • PoliMappers, the YouthMappers’ chapter at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), is organising the second edition of PoliMappers Adventures. During the month of December, you can complete a daily quest related to the world of OpenStreetMap. Quests range from mapping, humanitarian help, and many other subjects. Follow them on Twitter for more updates.
  • CartoRoute ("MapRoad") is a collaboration between Michelin and the OSM Ivory Coast association aiming to map the main road network across the country: road status, surface, speed limits, traffic signs, dining areas, hotels, and gas stations in the area surrounding the roads, etc. The pilot phase of the project has started in the commune of Plateau (Abidjan) where 11 local OSM contributors collected data during two days using OsmAnd, as related in this Twitter moment.
  • The tag cycleway:surface has already been used over 500 times but it was only now properly documented in the OSM Wiki. The tag allows specifying the surface of just the cycleway, for example for a cycleway on a road, where the surfaces differ.
  • The new Organised Editing Guidelines have been approved by the board during the previous OSMF board meeting on November 15th. The guidelines, which were drafted by the Data Working Group, aim to improve the documentation, transparency and the practices of organised mapping initiatives.
  • The lack of maintenance of the electoral boundaries in Germany led to the proposal (automatic translation) to delete the data. The proposal received a lot of support but also some opposition.
  • The voting for mapping ‘tramtrack on highway’ failed. However, the originator Jukka Nikulainen is preparing a new proposal based on the feedback he received during the proposal process.
Community
  • Can Ünen (OSM unen), university lecturer in Istanbul, Turkey, is the new Mapper of the Month. As usual, OSM Belgium published a background interview with the winner.
  • South Korean mapper GPIOIPG made a survey as to whether OSM public transport station names should have the suffix -역(i.e. station). Usually, the official names are without the suffix. Apparently, the suffix is widely used by people and even some signs show the suffix, but ‘station’ isn’t attached after station names in other countries. In a blog post at his user diary, GPIOIPG writes about the result of his survey, that he has advertised at the forum and the mailing list, and provides some more background information.
  • Nakaner has loaded all the e-mails from all public mailing lists on lists.openstreetmap.org into a database. Two entries (1, 2) in his user blog contain the number of messages per year and per mailing list and the list of the most active authors.
  • SunCobalt notes that shortly before the current and the past election the number of OSMF members increases strongly and visualises this by a graphic. Honi soit, qui mal y pense.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • The official manifestos and candidates responses for this year’s OSMF board election have now been published. Christoph Hormann has written a summary and Paul Norman has written an evaluation guide. There are discussions in the Forum as well as on osmf-talk mailing list.
  • The Membership Working Group (MWG) reports about its recent activity. The MWG is currently busy with the new membership fee waiver program and has to deal with countries that have no suitable money transfer options for paying the membership fee. As with weeklyOSM, and other OSMF working groups, the MWG is looking for volunteers.
  • Mikel Maron, OSMF board member, announced the launch of Welcome Mat. The website Welcome Mat was started to help external organisations to understand OSM’s difficult structure, to explain how OSM works, and how and where to engage.
Events
  • FOSS4G Italy announced (automatic translation) a call for papers or workshops proposals for the third Italian FOSS4G 2019, which will be held in Padua from 20th to 24th February. Proposals are due by the 13th December.
Humanitarian OSM
  • OpenGovHub hosted a mapathon on December, 4th with the HOT Staff at the OpenGov Hub in Washington, DC.
  • HOT provides an update on their Microgrants 2018 program that was launched in April 2018. Eight communities received microgrants in order to improve OSM and help to minimise the impact of disasters.
Maps
  • OpenStreetBrowser now has a new category under "Leisure, Sport and Shopping". According to skunk’s blog post, the new category "Swimming and Bathing" includes all kind of swimming and bathing facilities and saunas.
switch2OSM Programming
  • Heidelberg University’s GIScience Research Group introduced API Playground, which allows you to explore OpenRouteService API services, parameters, and responses.
  • Matthias made a prototype of an external voice controller for JOSM. The tool speech2JOSM is available on GitHub.
Releases
  • A new stable version of JOSM has been released. Version 18.11 saves the height of each panel on the right when JOSM is closed, it comes with a dedicated button for Download as new layer, instead of a tick box and improves a lot of other features. The most notable change is probably the fix of the glitched GPS traces caused by the OSM website API change.
Did you know …
  • The MapOSMatic instance at osm-baustelle.de recently exceeded 40,000 rendered maps. The website further enhanced its functionality with user interface improvements and hyperlink support in multipage PDF outputs.
  • Stefan Keller, Computer Science Professor at the University of Applied Sciences of Rapperswil, has created a Fog Map. The map shows how to find your way to the sun on grey, foggy November days. The website Bluewin.ch provides (automatic translation) some background information and tests if the map works. Unfortunately, the map only covers Switzerland.
  • …. the service kinderkiez.net? The service, that is available in English and German, lets you create a children’s play mat with a map based on OSM.
  • … the long list of links to places where you can find a suitable tag if you can’t find one in your editor’s presets?
Other “geo” things
  • In Switzerland, an old international boundary post has been relocated to the grounds of the Swiss National Museum in Zurich. It now provides the first reference point for mobile devices (automatic translation) via QR codes or a website (OSM-Link).
  • The iXpoint company won (automatic translation) the Baden-Württemberg Challenge of the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) 2018 with its OSM based pedestrian routing.
  • Gaël Musquet, founder and former spokesman for OpenStreetMap France (French local chapter of the OSM Foundation), has been awarded (automatic translation) the French National Order of Merit, along with one of the VLC developers. He sees it as a recognition for the whole community and the leading French figures in open-source.
  • Medium.com explains how to get ADS-B position data from airplanes onto an OSM based map using Python and the Cartopy library.
Upcoming Events
    Where What When Country Alice PoliMappers Adventures 2018: One mapping quest each day 2018-12-01-2018-12-31 Niamey OSM and GIS training camp at CNF 2018-12-03-2018-12-07 Tångstad Foundation board elections voting opens 2018-12-08 – Ouagadougou Mapathon Independance Day at La Ruche 2018-12-10 Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2018-12-10 Lyon Rencontre mensuelle pour tous 2018-12-11 Zurich Jubilee Stammtisch Zurich with Fondue 2018-12-11 Salzburg Maptime Salzburg 2018-12-12 Mannheim Mannheimer Mapathons – now in Ludwigshafen! 2018-12-12 Helsinki Missing Maps Mapathon at Finnish Red Cross HQ – Dec 2018 2018-12-13 Munich Münchner Stammtisch 2018-12-13 Berlin 126. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2018-12-14 online via IRC Foundation Annual General Meeting 2018-12-15 Cologne Bonn Airport Bonner Stammtisch 2018-12-18 Lüneburg Lüneburger Mappertreffen 2018-12-18 Nottingham Pub Meetup 2018-12-18 Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-12-18 Rennes Recensement des panneaux publicitaires 2018-12-23 Leipzig OpenStreetMap assembly 2018-12-27-2018-12-30 Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23

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This weeklyOSM was produced by PierZen, Polyglot, Rogehm, SK53, SunCobalt, TheSwavu, derFred, jinalfoflia.

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Weekly OSM - 2. Prosinec 2018 - 12:00

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20/11/2018-26/11/2018

    3D model of the Heidelberg Castle, one of the most famous ruins in Germany 1 | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege im Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart 2018

Mapping
  • John Whelan shares his view about the project Building Canada 2020 and how to proceed with mapping buildings. The release of government data and the expectation that Microsoft will release building footprints as they did for the US makes him conclude that the addition of metadata might be better than having inexperienced mappers tracing buildings using iD.
  • A proposal (automatic translation) has emerged from the discussion in the German forum about rules for the use of relations with type=multipolygon. The intention of the proposal is, simply said, the avoidance of multipolygon relations if the geometry can be mapped with a single way representing the area, i.e. no inner areas and less than 2000 nodes for the area’s outer way. The topic is currently being discussed on the German forum (automatic translation ) and German mailing list (automatic translation) and is intended to be a guide to best practice for Germany initially.
  • The voting on the tagging proposal boundary=aboriginal_lands for the official territories of indigenous groups has started eight years after its drafting and is open until 8th December 2018. Alan McConchie created a GitHub issue for the OSM Carto map style as well and proposes a rendering with a brown outline colour.
  • Warin felt that the Wiki for antennas needed some rework to allow a better specification of the antenna type. As he is confused by the values of the key antenna:type in the German part of the wiki and he also does not favour that particular key, he is looking for alternative options.
Community
  • InfosReseaux wrote a post on his OSM diary about the mapping of infrastructure like power networks.
    The article describes how infrastructure knowledge is changing from proprietary to open knowledge with OSM and how infrastructure mapping makes OSM better.
  • If you have recently used Pascal Neis’ How Did You Contribute website, you may have noticed a new section called Recently utilized presets – Top 3. In a blog post Pascal explains that it is intended as a new quality indicator.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • The recent DWG decision on the Crimean peninsula has provoked many discussions:

    • a summary in Russian language in Zverik’s OSM-Blog (automatic translation)
    • A discussion in the Ukrainian OSM-Forum (partly English, partly Ukrainian) (automatic translation)
    • A discussion on the talk mailing list started by a post criticising the decision.
    • Several OSM diary entries by Ukrainian mappers objecting to the decision including this one and this one by Kilkenni (with many comments, including some objecting to the ad-hominem attacks it contains).
    • Over on reddit
    • Multiple people have suggested how to map disputed and claimed territories on the Talk and Tagging (1, 2) mailing lists. (proposal by johnparis, proposal by Rory). It was also discussed whether it made sense to store such claims in OSM at all.
    • Someone has sent a formal complaint to the OSMF board of directors.
  • The OSMF board informed the members that it has declined a request to reject the membership application requests related to a "mass sign-up of 100 new accounts on 15 Nov 2018 from India, most coming from one single IP address from a company ‘well known’ to OpenStreetMap". The new members are not eligible to vote this year. However, the decision was followed by a long discussion on the mailing list.
  • Joost Schouppe, candidate for this year’s OSMF board election, analysed the OSMF membership per country in total and relative to the numbers of contributors.
  • The minutes of the Data Working Group meetings of 10 July, 13 September and 15 November have been published in the foundation’s "working group minutes" area.
Humanitarian OSM
  • The Erasmus + European Youth Humanitarian OpenStreetMap (euYoutH_OSM) Students announced in a tweet that on November 23th, some ESJEA teachers began their training in OpenStreetMap in a session guided by teachers Nuno Azevedo and Elizabete Oliveira. Teachers worked with JOSM putting Terceira Island more and more on the map. euYoutH_OSM announced on November 26th, the Sports Technician course had the opportunity to receive training in JOSM. The graduates of this course have learned how to design buildings, properties and to label structures yet to be mapped.
  • HOT and Kathmandu Living Labs will cooperate with the mapping of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. KLL will map buildings remotely before information will be gathered on the ground to complete the assessment. The results will be used to validate the data sets for Nepal that show the exposure of a region to natural hazards.
  • Three data science students are asking for "validated regions" for a machine learning project. The plan is to download a dataset to train and test automated mapping models using the satellite images.
Education
  • The Data Wrangling part of Udacity’s Data Analyst course uses Openstreetmap as a project. Students are introduced to OSM and the data model and have to export, filter and analyze a large area from OSM.
Maps
  • Ingress agent Hinata Kino published a real-life locations map for the ingress anime. He mapped the place where the event happened with anime using a map based on OSM.
  • Wikipedia user Triglav wrote about a way to embed OSM on wikipedia pages. You can combine OSM relations with Wikidata and highlight it with Wikipedia.
Software
  • Cadcorp, a British provider of GIS services, to local authorities in particular, have updated their software and now it includes an OSM layer.
  • An alpha version of Atlasr, an open-source map browser, has been released. Atlasr consists of modules like a map data database, a map renderer, a tile server, a geocoder and routing. It aims to offer a smooth, fast, reliable, pretty, and open source alternative to GoogleMaps, based on open data,. The software is available on GitHub.
Programming
  • Matthias(OSM username !i!) experimented with speech recognition and connected it to JOSM – speech2josm. The prototype is written in Python. Matthias wants to find someone who can create this as a new JOSM plugin. He writes more in his blog post. (automatic translation)
Releases
  • Version 4.17.0 of the OSM’S Carto stylesheet has been released. As Daniel Koć writes in his blog, the changes include an earlier rendering of natural areas, clean up of medium zoom rendering, as well as new rendering and new icons for several features.
  • Heidelberg University’s GIScience Research Group has published version 3.2 of its QGIS OSM Tools Plugin. It now includes access to the routing functions of openrouteservice.org.
  • QGIS 3.4 ‘Madeira’ has recently been released. This version is the first long term release for version 3. The new version includes a ton of new features in the very long changelog.
Did you know …
  • … the highly detailed map of Bexhill-on-Sea in England, created using OpenStreetMap? And now with a topical issue. Highly recommended for all organisations active in tourism.
OSM in the media
  • The Deccan Chronicle reports about an event, hosted at the Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore, where over 300 mappers from 12 countries discussed disaster mapping related topics like the importance of disaster mapping, the role languages play in tagging places, community building and many other.
  • The website The Better India is proposing its readers pick up a new hobby: OSM. The short article covers some basics about OSM, what OSM can do for the civil society and mentions the recent State of the Map in India.
Other “geo” things
  • The Open Data Institute (ODI) calls on the government to break the dominance of commercial online giants of the UK’s geospatial data by moving the business model of public bodies more towards open data and thinking about mandating access to the geospatial data of private companies. A broad, public debate should discuss the role of public and private organisations in the context of geospatial data.
  • Municipal Dreams tweets a photo of an old map of London’s main sewage system.
  • The German state Baden-Württemberg has released many 3D models of historic castles, palaces and monasteries under a proprietary license. The repository Sketchfab holds a directory for the, so far non-downloadable, 3D models. The only other disadvantage is that Neuschwanstein Castle is in Bavaria.
  • Paul Ramsey blogged about the response by an ESRI sales representative when Paul spoke to a local GIS user group about the risks of being tied to a single software vendor. (via @anonymaps)
Upcoming Events
    Where What When Country Alice PoliMappers Adventures 2018: One mapping quest each day 2018-12-01-2018-12-31 Toronto Mappy Hour 2018-12-03 Niamey OSM and GIS training camp at CNF 2018-12-03-2018-12-07 London London Missing Maps Mapathon 2018-12-04 Viersen OSM Stammtisch Viersen 2018-12-04 Praha – Brno – Ostrava Kvartální pivo 2018-12-05 Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2018-12-05 Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2018-12-05 Bochum Mappertreffen 2018-12-06 Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2018-12-06 Nantes Réunion mensuelle 2018-12-06 Tångstad Foundation board elections voting opens 2018-12-08 – Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2018-12-10 Lyon Rencontre mensuelle pour tous 2018-12-11 Zurich Jubilee Stammtisch Zurich with Fondue 2018-12-11 Salzburg Maptime Salzburg 2018-12-12 Helsinki Missing Maps Mapathon at Finnish Red Cross HQ – Dec 2018 2018-12-13 Munich Münchner Stammtisch 2018-12-13 Berlin 126. Berlin-Brandenburg Stammtisch 2018-12-14 online via IRC Foundation Annual General Meeting 2018-12-15 Cologne Bonn Airport Bonner Stammtisch 2018-12-18 Lüneburg Lüneburger Mappertreffen 2018-12-18 Nottingham Pub Meetup 2018-12-18 Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-12-18 Rennes Recensement des panneaux publicitaires 2018-12-23 Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23

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This weeklyOSM was produced by Nakaner, NunoMASAzevedo, Polyglot, Rogehm, SK53, SomeoneElse, SunCobalt, TheSwavu, YoViajo, derFred, jinalfoflia, k_zoar, muramototomoya.

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Weekly OSM - 25. Listopad 2018 - 19:16

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13/11/2018-19/11/2018

State of the Map Asia 2018 brought together the mapping enthusiasts from around 12 countries across the globe. It was two days of interesting sessions and workshops. Find more information on the website and event tweets on this hashtag: #SotMAsia18.

Mapping
  • Dave Swarthout wrote on the tagging mailing list that he just learnt about the power of multipolygon relations. He was applying his new knowledge by mapping bays in Alaska. However, he discovered the disadvantages of mapping very large structures, in his case the Cook Inlet that stretches over 290 km. He asked whether it would be easier to draw a simple shape rather than using a relation with dozens of member ways. However, the following lengthy discussion also brought a simple place node into play and focused on many other problems, mainly rendering. In the end the whole discussion did not result in solving the problem Dave brought up.
  • How to deal with multilingual names is a common question in OSM and there has been a lot of previous discussion about how best to deal with them. Here’s a discussion (automatic translation) about bilingual “city limit” traffic signs in Austria from the Austrian mailing list last week.
  • Simon Poole estimates that half of all addresses in Switzerland have been mapped in OSM already.
  • According to a blog post from Anton Khorev the different floor numbering traditions from country to country make it difficult to understand values in level=. In his comprehensive post, he explains the issue and why it is not as easy to solve as it might appear.
  • The voting for office=diplomatic (formerly Consulate) is underway. It intends to distinguish between diplomatic, consular and other types of government-to-government liaison offices. The proposal was prepared by an expert in this area, an ambassador.
  • Jukka Nikulainen has brought his proposal for mapping tram tracks on highways to voting. Tram tracks are usually mapped on separate OSM ways, even when they are embedded in the highways. For cyclists this presents a danger, so it’s interesting to know where this is the case, so such streets can be avoided for bicycle routing.
  • François Lacombe is asking for comments on his proposal for additional attributes on pipeline and waterway valves.
  • Joseph Eisenberg is seeking advice on how to tag Neighborhood Gateway Signs as they exist in Indonesia and other parts of the globe like Portland and San Diego.
Community
  • Pascal Neis, since October 2018 Professor for Geo-Government at Mainz University of Applied Sciences, made the average number of OSM contributors per country of the twelve-month rolling period available for download as a csv file. According to his tweet, this is the data he is using for osmstats.neis-one.org.
  • The Czech OSM community informs us about the establishment of the organisation OpenStreetMap Česká republika z.s.. The organisation has 14 founding members and will apply to become a local OSMF chapter once fully operational. Tomáš Kašpárek, Marián Kyral and Jakub Těšínský were elected as members of the first board.
  • Jakob Miksch prepared an appealing description of OSM, covering the data model, tags, editing, visualisation and the licence, on his blog. Interesting for beginners!
  • From 5th till 9th of November OSM and GIS training sessions were held for International Humanitarian Organisations in Mali. They were organized at OCHA building by OpenStreetMap Mali community with the support from Francophony international volunteers in Mali.
  • OSM Diaries published a short YouTube video about Gregory Marler’s OSM editing history. In the video he compares editing OSM ten years ago with now.
  • OpenStreetMap Benin – with the support of its International Volunteer of La Francophonieorganised a 3-day workshop on OpenStreetMap digital mapping for young women from various socio-professional backgrounds. The training took place at the Francophone Digital Campus in Cotonou.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Rob Nickerson asked the OSMF representation about the status of the Fee Waiver Program, which was decided in 2014 with target date for implementing it by the end of that same year.
  • Paul Normann officially announced the OSMF Fee Waiver Program on the OSMF mailing list on November 15th. The fee waiver program allows those to join who couldn’t previously due to a lack of reasonably priced money transfer options or for whom the cost is prohibitive compared to incomes in their part of the world.
  • The minutes of the Licence Working Group meeting of November 8 has been published. One of the topics was the Directive on dealing with DMCA copyright complaints.
  • The sponsorship for the server that is used to build JOSM and offers the download ends soon. The German local OSMF chapter FOSSGIS has received a request for funding (automatic translation) for a new one. A new server is needed anyway as the old one has reached its limits.
  • Michael Collinson published the official set of questions to the candidates for the upcoming OSMF board elections. The seven candidates are asked to submit their answers and manifesto via email by 30 November. They will be published together.
  • Christoph Hormann describes his impressions of the OSMF board meeting on 15 November in a blog post that he titled The most surreal and memorable OSMF board meeting yet. He names the person he thinks is in charge of softening the Organised Editing Guidelines and criticises that a policy draft from an anonymous company remains locked away.
  • The Data Working Group of the OSM Foundation published its decision that the Crimean peninsula belongs to Russia – OSM border data-wise. The decision lays down rules for the (non-) use of addr:country=* as well as requirements for changeset comments in the region. This decision replaces the previous rules.
Events
  • SotM Asia happened this weekend! It was attended by around 280 participants from 12 countries around the globe for two days filled with enthusiasm, excitement, interesting sessions, panels, workshops related to using OpenStreetMap for conservation, mapping, data visualisation and everything maps. The organising team is thankful to one and all for making this event a success!The SotM Asia Twitter account gives you an idea of the presentations and talks held as well as many visual impressions. It is planned to upload the presentations on a dedicated YouTube channel, so stay tuned!
  • The FOSDEM 2019 in Brussels, a long standing free-software conference that attracts 6000+ developers, will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of February 2019. For a few years the conference has included a Geospatial devroom, which is now calling for talk proposals.
  • More than 110 people, invited by Doctors Without Borders, came (automatic translation) on Friday 16 November to the UPNA to map two crisis protected areas in Caracas and Niger by satellite imagery.
Humanitarian OSM
  • Melanie Eckle has published the minutes of the HOT board meeting of 8th November. It was the first board meeting that was open to the membership.
  • HOT is using open source tools to fight against malaria in Guatemala. In an article HOT explains how they partner with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and the Guatemala Ministry of Health. HOT added more than 1,600 buildings to OpenStreetMap in the area of Escuintla to help the coordination of indoor residual spraying.
  • On 28th November CartONG and the refugee community SINGA Grenoble invite (automatic translation) you to a special mapathon in La Coop. The mapping is done in pairs so that people with a migrant background or hardly any technical know-how can expand their knowledge together.
Maps
  • With the newest update, OpenStreetBrowser supports drawing patterns (e.g. arrow heads) on ways, which is now used on the cycle routes map and the public transport map.
    The cycle routes map gets the directions from the ways’ role (forward/backward), the public transport map from the connection to the previous/next way (as defined in PT Schema v2). read more. To prepare for the Christmas season, there’s a new “Christmas features” category.
switch2OSM
  • Gmaps, claiming to be the number one map module for ExpressionEngine, changed its name using the formula Gmaps – Google = Maps. Google’s fee increase and the cuts to its free services caused a shift by the developers towards open source and the support of a couple of map providers, including OSM.
Software
  • Richard Fairhurst wrote that his bike route-planning website cycle.travel now also covers Scandinavia and parts of Eastern Europe.
  • The surveyor app StreetComplete reached 1000 stars on GitHub.
Programming
  • The GIScience HD github repository already contains over 50 open source repositories and it’s still growing. Most are somehow related to OSM, from routing, processing, managing, analysing to visualising, etc. Who wants to participate? https://github.com/GIScience
  • If you’ve always wanted the upload of edits to be faster, now’s your chance to help. The upload of changes has been completely reimplemented and testers are wanted (automatic translation) to test the code with iD, Potlatch or JOSM. mmd also published instructions on how to help with testing in English, so not speaking German is no longer an excuse
Releases
  • Martijn van Exel upgraded MapRoulette to version 3.1.1 on maproulette.org. In his user blog Martijn explains the new features, which include the availability of Mapillary images on MapRoulette, rebuilding tasks and a public Leaderboard for each challenge
  • Wambacher has updated his comprehensive listing of OSM related software. Most recent updates include Naviki Android 3.1810.1, OpenStreetCam Android , Traccar Server 4.2 and Vespucci 11.2.0.
  • Potlatch 2 is still alive and actively maintained. Richard Fairhurst announced two small updates.
Did you know …
  • … the service Shareloc that allows you to create and share OpenLayers maps?
  • … the German city Schnöggersburg? The city, which is used as a training ground for armed forces, was featured by a news magazine (automatic translation) in 2012. A mapper “rediscovered” the city which sparked a new discussion (automatic translation) in the German forum about tagging and mapping of military installations.
Other “geo” things
  • Doug Rinckes launched a Plus code grid service on grid.plus.codes. The Plus code system, or the Open Location Code as it is officially called, was originally developed by Google. The system is seen as controversial in OSM and has caused heated discussions on GitHub, the mailing list and other places.
  • The New York Times published an article titled A Map of Every Building in America that provides different perspectives on the development of settlements in the USA and the arrangement of buildings in that context. The article discusses maps at different scales, from a nationwide figure-ground diagram to a map of the squiggly suburbs in Mesa, Arizona. A behind-the-scenes article in the New York Times covers the story of how the maps were drawn using the building footprints that Microsoft released this year (and are available for use in OSM as well).
  • The biking website road.cc has tested the bar-mounted GPS Hammerhead Karoo. In the article the author, Dave Atkinson, explains why the device is the best available GPS for its purpose, nevertheless he thinks there is still room for improvement.
Upcoming Events Where What When Country Melbourne FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2018 2018-11-20-2018-11-23 Lübeck Lübecker Mappertreffen 2018-11-22 Alajuela ES:State of the Map Costa Rica 2018-11-23-2018-11-25 Manila 【MapaTime!】 2018-11-24 Dublin Monthly Mapping Party 2018-11-24 Ivrea Incontro mensile 2018-11-24 Graz Stammtisch Graz 2018-11-26 Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2018-11-26 Arlon Espace public numérique d’Arlon – Formation Contribuer à OpenStreetMap 2018-11-27 Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-11-27 Düsseldorf Stammtisch 2018-11-28 San José Civic Hack Night & Map Night[1] 2018-11-29 Tångstad Foundation board elections discussion period opens 2018-11-30 – Minamishimabara-shi 南島原マッピングパーティ #1 「世界文化遺産『原城』をマッピングしよう!」 2018-12-01 Toronto Mappy Hour 2018-12-03 London London Missing Maps Mapathon 2018-12-04 Praha – Brno – Ostrava Kvartální pivo 2018-12-05 Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2018-12-05 Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2018-12-05 Bochum Mappertreffen 2018-12-06 Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2018-12-06 Tångstad Foundation board elections voting opens 2018-12-08 – Rennes Réunion mensuelle 2018-12-10 Lyon Rencontre mensuelle pour tous 2018-12-11 Zurich Jubilee Stammtisch Zurich with Fondue 2018-12-11 online via IRC Foundation Annual General Meeting 2018-12-15 Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23

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Weekly OSM - 18. Listopad 2018 - 10:32

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06/11/2018-12/11/2018

Mapping
  • Gregory Marler made a Youtube tutorial showing how he is using his own 360 degree images from Mapillary for editing with JOSM.
  • It looks as if the mapping done by Grab (the Uber of South-East Asia) does cause major problems. Quote from Russ McD "…what we are seeing is another major organisation, allowing a bunch of amateurs loose on a training ground they call OSM. They are all being paid, while us volunteers, mop up the mess." But read it for yourself.
  • We recently reported that Telenav has open-sourced the machine learning based street sign detection and the resulting training data that recognises nearly 100 sign types. Telenav makes use of it with its OpenStreetCam platform, a service very similar to Mapillary. The OpenStreetCam JOSM plugin visualises detections in the latest version. Martijn van Exel describes a Power Validator Workflow, that enables you to validate entire trips with many detected signs very quickly on the OpenStreetCam website.
  • The question as to whether Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire should be labeled as independent country or as part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands was discussed in the forum. The thread gives some insight into different levels of independence of territories belonging still more or less to a kingdom
Community
  • For the past two weeks, the French community has been working (automatic translation) on the completeness of coverage of police stations and gendarmerie brigades (regional police) in France. This project was launched following the recent availability of good quality open data of gendarmerie reception points and their opening hours. The particularity of this update was that each gendarmerie is referenced by a unique key facilitating subsequent updates (address, phone, opening_hours). This project will also clarify the amenity=police without names and identify municipal police. It also involved working on the documentation in the wiki. Collaboration is ongoing with the National Gendarmerie Digital Mission.
  • [1] Arun Ganesh tweeted a teaser for the upcoming SOTM Asia on November 17 – 18, 2018 in Bangalore, India with a series of beautiful visualisations of 10 years OSM in India.
  • The download service from Geofabrik has a lot of users and Frederik Ramm, who operates it, is always trying to minimise traffic by offering data extracts as large as required but also as small as possible. One of the largest extracts for which no subdivision exists, is California. The question how California could be divided extract-wise revealed that Californian’s sensitivities play the most important role.
  • User Nop announced (automatic translation) an update of his Editor Statistic in the OSM Wiki.
  • Five years after typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, user seav recounts the OSM related help in his user diary. Read how the typhoon has transformed OSM and its community in the Philippines.
  • The OpenStreetMap Foundation of Colombia has implemented OSM tools in Spanish (especially for Latin America and Colombia), such as the Tasking Manager and Umap and developed other tools that are hosted in a high availability data centre in Germany. A fundraising campaign asks for your help to sustain this infrastructure for at least two more years.
  • The World Bank features an article about OSM and the rise of the local mapping communities. The blog post highlights the participatory mapping in Asia and Africa, something that a regular reader of WeeklyOSM may already be aware of, given the increasing number of such projects we have mentioned, as well as the fact that developers from Silicon Valley, African city planners and even humanitarian workers all work together around our OSM project.
  • tyr_asd used his OSM user diary to express his appreciation to the OSM community in Graz, Geofabrik and the Disastermappers Heidelberg.
Imports
  • Jeff Underwood, from Facebook, posted comprehensive documentation titled So how does Facebook’s AI Assisted Road Import Process work? about their machine learning based data generation for OSM in the user diaries. Facebook is currently uploading data for Thailand and partners with HOT in Indonesia.
OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Tobias Knerr (OSM Tordanik) announced that he will stand as a candidate for the upcoming OSMF board election.
Events Humanitarian OSM
  • MapAction, a humanitarian mapping organisation, published a report about the help that three volunteers and two staff members have provided in Malawi after the severe flood in January 2015.
  • On 28 November, a Missing Maps Mapathon will take place (automatic translation) in Grenoble from 18:00 to 21:00.
Education
  • The Volksfreund from Trier reports (automatic translation) about the start of an EU funded Erasmus+ project where teachers from five countries met in Saarburg, Germany, for an extensive OSM training. In particular, the article highlights a live link to Severin Menard, who reports on his experiences in Africa. The whole project will run for two years with the aim of inspiring many pupils in the participating European countries to take part in "humanitarian mapping".
Open Data
  • The UK Geospatial Commission will announce a GBP 1.5 million competition for crowdsourced data on 26th November. The amount is approximately the same as OSM’s total running costs for its entire 14 year existence.
  • The Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology (HeiGIT) has published the new openelevationservice on GitHub, a Flask application which extracts elevation from various datasets for Point or LineString 2D geometries and returns 3D geometries in various formats.
  • SmugMug, the new owners of Flickr, announced major changes to the Ts&Cs for free Flickr accounts. A maximum of 1000 photos will be retained for these accounts which may affect OSM contributors and bloggers who have used Flickr for photos and other images.
Software
  • OSMCha received important updates. Now OSMCha is compliant with the GDPR legislation and it has a new way to receive flagged OSM features. Wille published two blog posts about this new release.
  • Tessio Novack and colleagues at Heidelberg University published an open access paper about generating customized pleasant pedestrian routes based on OpenStreetMap data and Openrouteservice. They present and evaluate how factors such as greenness, sociability, and quietness are extracted from OSM and used to adapt routes.
Programming
  • A "GDAL Coordinate System Barn Raising" has raised $144,000 to enable improvements to coordinate system libraries needed for the GDAL, PROJ, libgeotiff, PostGIS, and Spatialite open source toolchain.
    The new libraries provide for higher accuracy transformations between coordinate systems that avoid transforming everything through WGS84 and eliminate the extra steps that this entails.
  • Andy Allan, an OSM-dino, blogged about Moderation, Authorisation and Background Task Improvements for OpenStreetMap. He gives a summary of the recent OSM codebase developments, including the help from the Ruby for Good team which contributed many improvements to OSM during their annual development event.
  • In his blog Christoph Hormann explains (automatic translation) how to deal with Mapnik’s broken support for SVG area patterns, i.e. the representation of areas such as forests and meadows. He developed a script that can easily change the format, PNG or SVG, to get the appropriate format, i.e. SVG for printing and PNG for online maps.
  • Neat: the new interactive Openrouteservice API documentation built on top of vue.js welcomes its new LeafletJS map component. Develop and test your requests made really easy:

    1. build your request graphically
    2. call the service
    3. visualize it on the map and finally…
    4. download it.
  • Christoph Hormann shares his German presentation with us on open map projects of the OSM community that he has used for his speech at the German Society of Cartography and Geomatics.
Releases
  • The German website mobilesicher.de reports (automatic translation) that the OSM based navigation app Magic Earth has removed the ties to Google, Facebook and Twitter from the app and is not sharing user data any more.
Did you know …
  • Anonymaps points out a Mapbox tweet about Porsche, that is using OSM based navigation from Mapbox although it owns a small indirect stake in HERE. We would like to point out that the ownership percentage stated by Anonymaps is wrong.
  • … the curated list of OSM related software?
  • osmoscope by Jochen Topf to fix bugs in OSM? You tried and Osmoscope doesn’t give the data to JOSM? This is probably because your browser does not have a certificate for the JOSM address or you haven’t enabled remote control. Try to access https://127.0.0.1:8112/version in your browser, with JOSM running locally. A certificate error may occur, if so you can enter an exception for it and from there on you should be able to fix many errors in the OSM database.
OSM in the media Other “geo” things
  • A blog post from Heidelberg University’s GIScience group revisits Wheelmap and the usage of crowdsourced geographic information for improving accessibility.
  • Mapillary launches an open-source software development kit
  • In Germany there is the first cycle path (automatic translation) consisting of solar modules. The start-up company, Solmare, developed a 90m long test track with low voltage modules and installed this in Erftstadt/NRW. The company sees this development as a very successful future technology. The tagging of the cycle path was suggested with surface=solar_panel. There are further solar cycle paths e.g. in the Netherlands (automatic translation) (still without tagging…).
Upcoming Events
    Where What When Country Mumble Creek OpenStreetMap Foundation public board meeting 2018-11-15 Mannheim Mannheimer Mapathons 2018-11-15 Freiberg Stammtisch 2018-11-15 Pamplona Mapatón Pamplona – Médicos sin Fronteras 2018-11-16 Barcelona Mapes i Birres (Trobada trimestral usuaris d’OSM) 2018-11-16 Como ItWikiCon 2018 2018-11-16-2018-11-18 Como Mapping Party during ItWikiCon 2018 2018-11-17 Brno State of the Map CZ 2018 2018-11-17 Bengaluru State of the Map Asia 2018 2018-11-17-2018-11-18 Vantaa OSM GeoWeek 24h HOT Mapathon 2018-11-17-2018-11-18 Wakayama オープンデータソン in 雑賀崎 2018-11-18 Cologne Bonn Airport Bonner Stammtisch 2018-11-20 Lüneburg Lüneburger Mappertreffen 2018-11-20 Derby Pub Meetup 2018-11-20 Reading Reading Missing Maps Mapathon 2018-11-20 Melbourne FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2018 2018-11-20-2018-11-23 Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2018-11-21 Karlsruhe Stammtisch 2018-11-21 Lübeck Lübecker Mappertreffen 2018-11-22 Alajuela ES:State of the Map Costa Rica 2018-11-23-2018-11-25 Manila 【MapaTime!】 2018-11-24 Dublin Monthly Mapping Party 2018-11-24 Ivrea Incontro mensile 2018-11-24 Graz Stammtisch Graz 2018-11-26 Bremen Bremer Mappertreffen 2018-11-26 Arlon Espace public numérique d’Arlon – Formation Contribuer à OpenStreetMap 2018-11-27 Reutti Stammtisch Ulmer Alb 2018-11-27 Düsseldorf Stammtisch 2018-11-28 San José Civic Hack Night & Map Night[1] 2018-11-28 Toronto Mappy Hour 2018-12-03 Praha – Brno – Ostrava Kvartální pivo 2018-12-05 Stuttgart Stuttgarter Stammtisch 2018-12-05 Toulouse Rencontre mensuelle 2018-12-05 Bochum Mappertreffen 2018-12-06 Dresden Stammtisch Dresden 2018-12-06 online via IRC Foundation Annual General Meeting 2018-12-15 Heidelberg State of the Map 2019 (international conference) 2019-09-21-2019-09-23

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