[HOT] Tasking Manager - Feedback and upcoming evolution
kate at maploser.com
Fri Jan 27 05:11:20 GMT 2012
Tasking server requests should be put here
https://github.com/pgiraud/OSMTM/issues that way they can be tracked and
I assume by assigned you mean a square given to a specific person.by an
admonistrator? Personally I don't think grids work well for ground survey,
but I think changing this would be too far from the current utility for
On 27 Jan 2012 12:51, "nicolas chavent" <nicolas.chavent at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey there
> Thanks Pierre for sharing this note about feedback and upcoming evolution.
> I"ll add to the list a feature we discussed which would be to allow to
> assign tasks to mappers. The context for this would typically be
> coordination/ management of on the ground survey teams where the tasking
> server has a strong potential but which has not been its primary usage so
> 2012/1/26 Pierre Béland <infosbelas-gps at yahoo.fr>
>> Pierre GIRAUD wrote on 2012-01-26 14:51:37
>> I started to design this new workflow. Please check it out here:
>> Good news, and the design should also help to communicate information to
>> mappers. Even with long description, we can see in the right panel the
>> progression of the various tasks.
>> - help mappers to communicate with each other:
>> Would a chat per job (in-the-page as in Facebook) help?
>> This is eaysy to implement and would be really helpfull. I think that the
>> Task manager should be the Central place to inform, communicate, let the
>> coordinator join rapidly the mappers involved in a particular job. It would
>> at the same time be some kind of FAQ for this particular job. And people
>> joining in at different stages would be able to follow the history
>> of discussions for this job.
>> Very interesting stuff.
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