[HOT] [OSM-talk] Details about the edits in Uganda and the OSM tasking manager
emir.hartato at gmail.com
Sun Dec 18 04:16:37 GMT 2011
Just adding a little bit more information based on what Kate told you about.
So within the pilot, we trained 5 universities in 5 cities and 8 rural
areas. We held one day workshop for the universities because our assumption
that students should have quick understanding and could catch all training
materials pretty well. And we held two days workshop in rural areas based
on participant background just like Kate told you about.
But, we could made wrong assumption, there always technical problems such
as internet problem, computer virus problem when we tried to hand-over
training materials trough the flash drive, problem caused from participant
computer (keep crashing over and over or won't connect to the internet),
there would be a lot of unexpected problem that would made the training
slower than expected.
Then, we did some training in several rural areas with different approach.
Like we did in Kupang for example, after you knew the background of the
participant, you might want to ask some simple question like how often the
participant using computer and internet, what kind of computer programs
which they use it pretty often, what kind of website which they visit it
pretty often, how many people who already did some mapping (either
traditional paper or digital mapping), etc. Then we divided the group into
a pair (1 people who have enough understanding about computer and 1 people
who don't have enough understanding), and then we asked the whole pair to
help each other.
Hope this information is helpful for your future OSM training/workshop!
Good luck :)
*Departement of Geography*
*University of Indonesia
On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 10:40 AM, Kate Chapman <kate at maploser.com> wrote:
> Hi Douglas,
> To use the tasking manager someone needs to be made an administrator.
> Just send me your OSM ID so I can add you.
> Why are you surprised that we do a two day workshop on the manual? Do
> you think this is too long or too short? BTW we have only been doing
> the manual/workshop in its current form in Indonesia over the past six
> months. Mostly the people being trained are community facilitators,
> who know how to use computers and do a fair amount of paper mapping.
> The goal being that they can actually do some mapping on their own at
> the end of the workshop.
> If I'm training technical people I usually would do it as a one day
> On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 9:18 PM, Douglas Musaazi
> <douglasmusaazi at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > Great thanks to all the comments about the links i sent in the last post,
> > now i can respond to them after some analysis, and also give more details
> > about them;
> > I have picked alot from your replies and learnt that we are doing almost
> > similar tasks, all the OSM editors have advantages and disadvantages,
> and we
> > shall be using all of them, only that we have lately been inclined
> > potlatch because it is easy to use and spot on: "what you edit is what
> > get (WYEWYG)" and it enables the practical usage of the internet. Uganda
> > being a low developing country can benefit alot from using the internet
> > despite the fact that there are various areas without internet
> > it (the internet) is growing at a fast pace!!, hence the use of potlatch.
> > The training has just begun and we have started with a few number of
> > who will be tested with their skills on the mapping days or future
> > that will involve http://www.osm.org, then we shall keep on training
> > interested people.
> > It's a 4 hour training for 2 days in a week for the students in their
> > holiday, am actually surprised to learn that H.O.T carries out a 2day
> > workshop that covers the manual.
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.29531&lon=32.61574&zoom=17&layers=MThis
> > was after the 1st mapping day, with a follow up of 2 months to produce
> > above output, foot survey and satellite.
> > 2nd mapping day with some students from Mukono Christian University
> > (not fully mapped).
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.30763&lon=32.61526&zoom=17&layers=M
> > After the 3rd mapping day, work is still in progress, it is a slum area
> > (informal settlement).
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.68169&lon=34.19327&zoom=16&layers=MBy
> > http://www.osm.org/user/JeffH from Denmark who visited the area and
> used a
> > gps as well as JOSM.
> > Done by me (Douglas) local knowledge have lived in this area.
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.35489&lon=32.74168&zoom=17&layers=MBy
> > Kate Adoch she has good local knowledge for the area.
> > We contacted Mikel Maron <mikel_maron at yahoo.com> for some assistance
> > the informal settlements, and he gladly shared with us and connected us
> > some mappers on the map Kibera project in Kenya
> > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-1.31202&lon=36.78874&zoom=17&layers=M
> > We will be sharing with the OSM community our activities and documented
> > materials for the better, i think the gates are ok, as explained by
> > (reinier.battenberg at mountbatten.net), that is how the Ugandan locality
> > housing is structured, and as Joseph said we may need to include the
> > key and its attributes.
> > Kate Chapman gave useful links to potlatch as well as other members who
> > advised on using the tasking manager, thanks. We will be working with the
> > tasking tool in our future acts.
> > Coming up is mapping at this area:
> > is currently blank, but there is a coca-cola plastic waste collection
> > that is going to be indicated on OSM with the students we are training,
> > newly built so the satellite imagery may not show it. This will be done
> > Monday 19th December 2011.
> > Yours Truly
> > Douglas Ssebaggala Musaazi
> > Mobile: +256-772-422524
> > douglas at mappingday.com
> > http://www.mountbatten.net/
> > http://www.pamoya.com/node/13275
> > https://twitter.com/mapuganda
> > https://twitter.com/Douglo2011
> > http://www.linux.or.ug/
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