[OSM-dev] Willing to apply " Improve / Create Simple Android OSM editor" GSOC 2012 project
jananinayanathara at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 19:41:40 GMT 2012
Thank you very much for your kind responces.
As you toold, I made an account and did some edits to the map in
my neighborhood. OpenStreetMap editor is a really great and interesting
thing. I think I will be very joyful to work with OSM. I wrote a blog post
to inform the other people who are not aware of OSM
http://jananiswebblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/test-1.html I also have the
experience of using software like "ArcGIS" and "ILWIS". but this is so much
Now I am trying the command line tools in OSM.
can anyone tell me, what are the other things I should study?
Thank you very much.
On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 7:03 AM, Josh Doe <josh at joshdoe.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 1:03 PM, Janani Nayanathara
> <jananinayanathara at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi,
> > I am Janani Nayanathara from Uva Wellassa University, Sri Lanka.
> > I am interested in " Improve / Create Simple Android OSM editor" project
> > because I am interested in dealing with maps. I want to know what are the
> > subject areas I should refer before applying in order to be familiar
> > with OpenStreetMap.
> Great to hear this, I'm particularly interested in seeing an improved
> Android app. After first doing what Ian suggested, check out all the
> existing apps:
> Personally I don't think robust editing (e.g. Vespucci) really works
> on Android phones (but might work on tablets), but I'd like to see a
> much improved OSMTracker. Namely adding vector background support
> (e.g. what OsmAnd has) to see what data already exists, uploading
> tracks directly to OSM, saving OSM.XML files for later editing in JOSM
> (by saving proper tags instead of just notes in a GPX file), and more.
> But definitely get more familiar with OSM in general first.
Uva Wellassa University,
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