[HOT] HOT Tech WG Meeting X+5
mikel_maron at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 14 15:18:19 UTC 2014
Thanks Drazen for the update, and apologies for missing the meeting. Looking at what was discussed, I had few comments .. perhaps we can discuss here.
First regarding setting priorities, there are actually a couple ways we can group issues on github to prioritize. We can either assign labels, and/or assign milestones to issues. I think this would be fairly straightforward.
For LearnOSM, I think it's well overdue to have a discussion group specifically of translators and coordinators. If there's been a restructuring of the English version, then certainly need to get the word out and help transition. Finding a solution for image handling is something we can do collectively, and maybe develop a good structured request to prose.io devs.
Finally, OSM Tasking Manager version 2. Would be really good to hear from pgiraud about how much work is left. Basically, which of these issues need to completed to get functionality up to v1, and retire v1 https://github.com/pgiraud/osm-tasking-manager2/issues. There's a lot of interest in building on OSMTM coming up, and we need to know where and how to focus efforts.
* Mikel Maron * +14152835207 @mikel s:mikelmaron
On Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:51 AM, Dražen Odobašić <dodobas at geoinfo.geof.hr> wrote:
Tech WG IRC meeting X+5: Summary
> * fixed gray problem with DEM in the HDM style
> * some old postings on the hot.osm don't display the images correctly, working
> * she can spend some time in setting the site up to be multilingual. Starting
>with French, but also allowing other languages in future
> * requires help of a person who will do the translation of the relevant bits
> * proposes to update (hot.osm) Get Involved page with more technical details
>about each project developed by HOT, so that potential contributors can easily
>see if they can work with specific technology stack
> * will try to tweek hdm-josm style in the coming weeks, as there are a few
>hanging issues for the HDM-JOSM and HDM-carto, but none of them are critical.
> * Dakar french translation sprint of LearnOsm in november. Intermediate and
>advanced sections are now available. See http://learnosm.org/fr/.
> * Restructuration of the english version was started but not announced on HOT
> * we are still faced with LearnOsm and Github issues for Translators : No
>progress made and no easy solution to upload images. Neither Github or Prose.io
>offer to upload images via the web
> * announces that OsmContributorStatistic module is now available on github :
>https://github.com/pierzen/osm-contributor-stats. It provide historic statistic
>for bbox and dates.
> * reports an interesting statistic, comparing Haiti and Haiyan response:
> * Haiti 2010 - first 10 days, 304 contributors, 600k edits
> * Haiyan 2013 - first 11 days, 1200 contributors, 3mil edits
> * would like to see development version of TMv2 back online to test its new
> * wonders if TWG is going to help with TMv2 development
> * proposes to somehow prioritize or vote on the projects issues to give
>potential developers a clear goal
> * volunteers to keep TWG wiki page updated
> * reports that at the moment there is no apparent load on amelia, after main
>web site migration
> * will try to get TMv2 dev version up an running (best to scrap current
>instance, and start over)
> * concerned about too many active TMs, specifically tasks.hotosm.org and
> * can we somehow merge data from tasks2 to tasks... once we migrate tasks
>from Amazon to amelia, or just discard it ?
> * proposes that we should write better documentation per project, i.e. create
>a 'how to help' section for each project that would at least contain links to
>the documentation of the modules/libraries that the project is using, and
>prepare coding guidelines
> * proposes to advertise/advocate HOT project in the local Python user
>meetings/Hackathons/... (once we have create 'community participation'
>HOT mailing list
>HOT at openstreetmap.org
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