[OSM-talk] The aim of OpenStreetView
winfixit at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 12:24:38 GMT 2012
I upload all the photos I took during my mapping journeys. I'm not a
photographer and I'm sure a photographer would abhorr those pictures.
Sometimes taken from a riding bicycle or a moving horse... They are meant
to be informative, that's all.
Openstreetview.org will never be a direct competitor to GSV, as we simply
don't have the technology nor the manpower nor the server space to make and
store panoramic photos every 15m.
2012/1/6 LM_1 <flukas.robot+osm at gmail.com>
> What is the aim of OpenStreetView - Is it a potential Google
> StreetView counterpart intended for viewing by general public (And
> therefore all photos must be nice, high technical quality, blue sky,
> around noon) ORIs it a help tool for OSM mappers (and therefore it is
> important what can be used as mapping support and the photos can be
> less nice, bad weather, dark - as long as they are informative)?
> Thanks for answers
> Lukas (LM_1)
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> talk at openstreetmap.org
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