[OSM-talk-be] Hi all
sebastiaan.lampo at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 11:58:33 GMT 2010
nice to see you mapping around. I've been a bit idle recently, due to an
overload of work in dayjob. I have no particular interest in mapping landuse
myself, so I would welcome any bulk import that is allowed.
I would love to hear if you make any progress.
Greetings & good luck,
2010/1/5 Kenny Knecht <kenny.knecht at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> Sorry but my french is not that good and for international reference
> (sharing experience), I will write in english.
> I've been touring around in Gent and the surroundings, mapping with GPS and
> drawing routes from it for some months now. When I jumped in, some people
> had already done an awful lot of work and there is still a lot of work to be
> done, but sector by sector we are getting nearer something that is
> acceptable as a map. People who are also mapping in Gent, please contant me
> (especially Sebastiaan and Johandkosm who appear to be quite active but also
> all the others...)
> Since the weather is very nasty to ride a bike, I turned my attention more
> toward the programming part. I feel that we might benefit from some bulk
> One that is certainly feasable is the european Corine Land cover 2000: that
> gives information about land use.
> on the website http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/landuse/clc-download I read
> that "*The information in under copyright of EEA and in the public domai*
> People from France have done this for the dataset of 2006, but that is not
> yet in the public domain. In France they were allowed to use that data set
> (see http://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-fr/2009-May/009070.html), but I think the NGI won't even consider doing that. In the import section
> they describe how to do it.
> Do you all think it is worth it?
> I have got some more plans, but I promise I want do any bulk uploads
> without consulting you ;-)
> Pietje Leugenaar
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