[HOT] Video that Best Represents Our Work?
jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 11:58:27 UTC 2014
So the fantasy would be a simple screen cast video using something like HOT
task 690 http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/690 since it uses the high
resolution satellite imagery, Kevin Bullock's presentation
http://vimeo.com/91880883 covers why this type is best to work from, the
interesting bit starts 5 mins in to the presentation, locally there have
been some clean up issues with lower resolution satellite imagery and
mentioning the use of the JOSM building plug in as mentioned by Tom Taylor
To come back to the original topic I think you need an overview, starting
perhaps with a couple of interviews from two or three AID agencies about
why the OSM maps are important to them and how they are used. Then flip to
the sources of data which are made free to use such as DigitalGlobe, UN
place names, and finally a few mappers putting it altogether. Given that
the maps are useful perhaps Unicef or someone might have some resources for
this? Or the BBC?
On 21 October 2014 01:42, Kate Chapman <kate.chapman at hotosm.org> wrote:
> Hi John,
> There are a few videos out there, but I don't know of too many recent
> ones. You are right a simple screencast showing how to map a building for
> example would be really helpful. I made some videos in 2010 about mapping
> from imagery in Haiti and people really enjoyed them.
> Having updated ones would be great.
> On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 5:59 PM, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com>
>> Talking of videos are there any training videos about what HOT expects?
>> The reason I ask is that although we break down to give tasks can we
>> break it down even more. ie teach someone to do a simple task of map a
>> building using high resolution satellite imagery, sounds dumb but map one
>> in JOSM, q it to square it, tag it building=yes, select, <Crtl>c move the
>> mouse to another <crtl>v, adjust the four corners, q again etc.
>> The concept is we can teach people to map buildings on You-tube, its
>> simple and has value.
>> Another would teach people how to recognise a road and to tag it or
>> We may need expertise to map things like water bodies, rivers, streams
>> and forests but buildings and footpaths in Africa are probably 80% of what
>> needs to be mapped and you don't need a degree in GIS to do this. Let's
>> delegate what we can.
>> Cheerio John
>> On 20 October 2014 15:55, Kate Chapman <kate.chapman at hotosm.org> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> Is there a video you think best represents our work? Most videos seem to
>>> focus on one project or are a talk at a conference. Do we have anything
>>> that is less specific?
>>> Kate Chapman
>>> Executive Director
>>> email: kate.chapman at hotosm.org
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> Kate Chapman
> Executive Director
> email: kate.chapman at hotosm.org
> U.S. mobile: +1 703 673 8834
> Indonesian mobile: +62 82123068370
> *Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team *
> *Using OpenStreetMap for Humanitarian Response & Economic Development*
> web <http://hot.openstreetmap.org> | twitter <http://twitter.com/hotosm>
> | facebook <http://facebook.com/hotosm> | donate
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