[talk-ph] Open Data Kit (ODK) can help in Getting All the Phil Street Names for OSM
nsicad at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 06:22:29 GMT 2010
While looking how to create ODK client app - Survery for Android, I
found out that there is another XForms and OpenRosa project i.e.
OpenXdata which uses the convention Nokia phones with GPS and out a
It also support PostgreSQL server
Try downloading the client on your Nokia -- openXdata mForms (mobile client)
Probably easy to customised the XForm for the Street Name and coordinate.
On 12/15/10, Totor <totor_osm at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Noli,
> I don't know if ODK is the way to go, but a simple phone application that
> stores street names and GPS coordinates could be handy indeed.
> (Now I write them on a paper, or take a picture, and then, when back home,
> try to remember where it was...)
> On the other hand, probably only mappers will use it, so it will not speedup
> the street name collection very much... Except if we can find another
> everyday life use to the application.
> And I think it should not be too difficult to take a picture including the
> GPS location with modern phones (I still have a Nokia 6230 ^_^ ).
> --- On Tue, 12/14/10, Noli Sicad <nsicad at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think year or 2 a lot of us will be getting a cheap
>> android phones,
>> and creating a simple ODK Collect Survey Form - "Street you
>> Standing" can help get the Street Names of all the street
>> in the Phil.
>> The user will just send the Street Names plu embedded
>> location of the
>> person sending the data (i.e. coordinate) and Ph-OSM ODK
>> will collect the data.
>> Maning, Eugene, Totor and others, what do you think of this
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>> talk-ph at openstreetmap.org
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