[HOT] Mapping Bissau landuse
fredericbonifas at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 14:19:52 BST 2011
Thank you Sam,
Perhaps the SPOT image can help to disambiguate this situation ?
I really hope that we will have feedback from the ground for this kind of cases.
Anyway, it will be said to the data users.
2011/9/19 Sam Larsen <samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk>:
> There are quite a few large 'forested' areas in & around the city of Bissau which, at least some of them look like fruit orchards. At the moment it looks like people are tagging them as natural=wood. You should let those who are using the landuse data know that there will be large sections of 'wooded' areas in the map which may actually be agricutlture and can only really be verified by ground survey at this stage.
>>From: Frédéric Bonifas <fredericbonifas at gmail.com>
>>To: hot at openstreetmap.org
>>Sent: Saturday, 17 September 2011, 10:58
>>Subject: Re: [HOT] Mapping Bissau landuse
>>Is anyone interested in generating shapefiles ?
>>What would be great :
>>* Geographical areas :
>>- Bissau city
>>- whole Guinea-Bissau
>>The shapefiles generated by osm2shp are already great, but do not
>>convert landuse areas.
>>Perhaps renaming the shapefile "natural" to "landuse", and including
>>all the polygons with the keys "natural", "leisure" and "landuse"
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