[HOT] London hack weekend
pierzenh at yahoo.fr
Fri Feb 28 15:26:03 UTC 2014
I have addressed this question of prioritization proposing that we have the possibility to add layers over the base map. Such layer, osm or geojson, would let us the possibility to show various polygons or even POI's that would help to orient action.
De : Yantisa Akhadi <yantisa at gmail.com>
À : hot <hot at openstreetmap.org>
Envoyé le : Vendredi 28 février 2014 10h10
Objet : Re: [HOT] London hack weekend
Hi Katie and Dan,
If I may suggest,
(prioritization) would be really useful in disaster settings. For
example in recent volcano eruption in Java, although several Km radius
from the volcano is need to be mapped (evacuation point+route), but
priority is needed in west area where the stream of volcanic mudflow
will run through the river. Another example in flood mapping, some
area without proper embankment needs to be prioritized than area with
higher location or good embankment.
Yantisa Akhadi (Iyan)
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 5:42 PM, Dan S <danstowell+osm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Katie,
> I'll be there, possibly only for one day though. I've looked at the
> Task Manager code before so I could certainly join in on something. I
> haven't looked at it since Pierre merged in the latest stuff though.
> Anyone got any thoughts for what would be useful to look at?
> 2014-02-26 15:48 GMT+00:00 Katie Filbert <filbertk at gmail.com>:
>> I will be at OSM London hack weekend in March (8-9).
>> Curious if any other hot folks will be there?
>> I might like to poke at the tasking manager or something else hot-related.
>> I see numerous issues and features for tasking manager. Any that would be
>> particularly helpful to work on? or other tools?
>> Katie Filbert
>> filbertk at gmail.com
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