[HOT] H.O.T OSM manual and learning OSM in Uganda

Frans Thamura frans at meruvian.org
Tue Dec 13 12:40:37 GMT 2011


Hi

I am working for education related in indonesia also integration, can
anyone share also the program and experience.
I can share repository for these work.

F
On Dec 13, 2011 7:26 PM, "Daniel Oefele" <oefele at googlemail.com> wrote:

>  Hi Emir.****
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> Thanks for the offer. A presentation in Bahasa Indonesia would be very
> helpfull.****
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> Some other questions:****
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> Can we support you translating the rest of JOSM into Bahasa Indonesia?****
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> Is HOT planning to set up more presets specialy for Indonesia? I am
> especially thinking about Health, Education, Water and Sanitation. For our
> mapping in east Indonesia thats the kind of information that is needed
> most. ****
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> I think about tags for health facilities in different administrative
> levels (Desa, Kecamatan, Kabupaten/Kota, Provinsi). If we would have a had
> tag for administrative level we could combine that with a more general tag
> for health facilities. Same could be done for education, government offices
> and police.****
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> What do you think about that? Is there maybe a tagging option already I
> don’t know about – especially the health tags are a bit confusing on the
> wiki.****
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> Cheers Daniel****
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> *From:* Emir Hartato [mailto:emir.hartato at gmail.com]
> *Sent:* 13 Desember 2011 19:26
> *To:* Daniel Oefele
> *Cc:* Douglas Musaazi; hot
> *Subject:* Re: [HOT] H.O.T OSM manual and learning OSM in Uganda****
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> Hi Douglas,****
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> I am working as an intern with HOT for pilot in Indonesia.****
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> I agree with with Daniel, using Potlatch is not an option for us. But I
> believe we included a little introduction to Potlatch 2 and how to adding
> POI to the map. And in my opinion, using JOSM is better than Potlatch:****
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> 1. Works offline and you can save your work****
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> 2. Avoid mistakes by using validation tools****
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> 3. Plugins which makes your edit easier****
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> 4. Tagging presets (you can make your own preset and put it on JOSM)****
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> 5. You can translate JOSM into your own local language, we did translate
> half of it into Bahasa Indonesia ****
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> ..and more features****
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> But it you feel using Potlatch is more comfortable, well that is up to you
> =)****
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> Anyway, I did check on those link, some of lines are overlapped, but
> buildings are good =)****
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> And I agree with Daniel, you should create tasking manager because most of
> overlapped objects are caused by multiple edit (same area of interest at
> the same time). Or, simply, before you starting your mapping day:****
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> 1. Print the whole area that you want to be mapped by clicking Export tab
> on OSM site****
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> 2. Divide those area by drawing grids on the printed map. For example, if
> you have 4 surveyors then you might want to divide it into 4 grids)****
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> 3. Now each surveyor has a specific area to map, and when they put the
> data into OSM, it should be okay now. A minor edit would be needed to
> connect all the map =)****
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> Good luck Douglas! :)****
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> And for Daniel, we have introduction slides. Do you need it in English or
> Bahasa? I only have Bahasa version, ask Kate if you want English one :)***
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> -- ****
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> *Best Regards,*
> *Emir Hartato*
>
> *Departement of Geography*
> *University of Indonesia
> Ph: +628567755182*
> *t: @emirhartato*****
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> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Daniel Oefele <oefele at googlemail.com>
> wrote:****
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> Hi Douglas.****
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>  ****
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> The links look good. I am working in Kupang, East Indonesia and also
> training people (government, NGOs, students) how to use OSM and JOSM.
> Postlach is for us not an option – internet access is not fast and stable
> enough. We are working with the HOT training material as well (in Bahasa
> Indonesia). What is missing so far are some slides for a introduction – do
> you have some power points you want to share? I usually start the training
> with some of the videos from http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/ ****
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> What could be interessting for you is the Tasking Manager (probably you
> know it already) to avoid overlapping edits on your mapping days. We have a
> task for Kupang (http://tasks.hotosm.org/job/5) and its really impressiv
> to see how many different people are  mapping here even though its not a
> desaster area.****
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>  ****
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> Happy mapping****
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> Daniel****
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> *From:* Douglas Musaazi [mailto:douglasmusaazi at yahoo.com]
> *Sent:* 13 Desember 2011 17:24
> *To:* hot at openstreetmap.org
> *Cc:* talk at openstreetmap.org
> *Subject:* [HOT] H.O.T OSM manual and learning OSM in Uganda****
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> Hi all,****
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> We have started training some people about how to go about OSM, using the
> H.O.T training manual. JOSM is a good editor, but  was wondering why it's
> the only one that was included in the manual.****
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> Otherwise the manual is concise, we are even including potlatch 2 as one
> of the training topics, among others and by the end of the training, we
> hope we would have well skilled people who will be contributing to
> providing geographical data to the open street world map.****
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>  ****
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> Fruits of thought (http://www.fruitsofthought.org) supports the mapping
> days (http://www.mappingday.com) that are held at given intervals in a
> year, to introduce mapping and the open street map to the participants, the
> features mapped on a mapping day can take a while to be fully updated
> correctly as most of the participants are new to OSM, we hope, after the
> training we shall have some more people who will have a better
> understanding of what OSM is all about.****
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>  ****
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> Notable edits in some of the selected areas of Uganda include:****
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.29531&lon=32.61574&zoom=17&layers=M***
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.30763&lon=32.61526&zoom=17&layers=M***
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.68169&lon=34.19327&zoom=16&layers=M***
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.380935&lon=32.558124&zoom=18&layers=M*
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.35489&lon=32.74168&zoom=17&layers=M***
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> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=0.348045&lon=32.573484&zoom=18&layers=M*
> ***
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>  ****
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> These are just some of the links that can be identified, and is not an
> exhausted list of all the edits, there might be some that we do not know
> of, but during the mapping day we covered some of the links above, and in
> some of the areas correcting and editing features is still in progress.
> However it is clear that there is more work that needs to be done, but the
> good part is that the mapping community continues to grow.****
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>  ****
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> If you can spare some time and visit the above links, it would be good to
> have a feed back from you. There is just one link that was edited with
> JOSM, which can easily be identified, and the rest with potlatch.****
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>  ****
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> Yours Truly
>
> Douglas Ssebaggala Musaazi
> Mobile:   +256-772-422524
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