[Talk-GB] building shapes from OS Street View
ed at loach.me.uk
Mon Apr 5 19:47:56 BST 2010
While I tweeted a couple of days ago that the shape of our house is wrong on Streetview, I do want to
A) trace the simplified rectangles a street at a time.
B) use walking papers to add the house numbers.
I see this as probably quicker and even with simplified shapes better results than me stopping by every house and adding a custom text waypoint with text of house number (osmmapper), as I canwrite while walking rather than stopping for hopefully best possible GPS fix.
I wouldn't locally want building outlines locally for streets I haven't got lined up to house number by foot, as it would make keeping track of progress harder.
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From: David Earl <david at frankieandshadow.com>
Sent: 05 April 2010 19:14
To: Graham Jones <grahamjones139 at googlemail.com>
Cc: TimSC <mapping at sheerman-chase.org.uk>; talk-gb at openstreetmap.org
Subject: Re: [Talk-GB] building shapes from OS Street View
On 05/04/2010 18:41, Graham Jones wrote:
> I would like to see a plugin for josm that takes a raster input
> (landsat, yahoo, StreetView) and processes it into 'draft' ways around
> areas of constant(ish) colour - the user then tidies it up and tags it
> before uploading (ie I would be very wary of a 'blind' import!).
On 05/04/2010 18:52, Robert Scott wrote:
> What about supervised 'imports', using a josm/potlatch plugin
Much, much better IMO. I dread the idea of any automated imports for the
UK into OSM. Tools to automate tracing while being manually aware of
what is already there and the flaws in the automation is so much better
than trying to import and screwing up what's already there, duplicating
stuff and adding poor quality automation flaws.
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