[HOT] seeking your help on OSM data extraction tutorial
vivien.deparday at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 22:35:44 UTC 2014
Jeff and I worked on this a while ago: http://learnosm.org/en/osm-data/
that could be revamped and enhanced. There is also at least one new QGIS
plugin to get OSM data. I have not tried it yet but it would be nice to
integrate if it works well as the current default one has some issues. It
would also be nice later on to include also Geogig as this is how the
snapshots were maintained on the GeoNode for Yolanda.
I would definitely be interested in the replication topic as it comes up
On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 2:10 PM, Mikel Maron <mikel.maron at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm seeking someone(s) to collaborate in putting together and delivering a
> short tutorial on extraction and distribution of OSM data.
> This need arose in discussion with ebola response. There are several
> catalogs publishing snapshots of OSM data, but it's unclear what work flow
> is in place to keep those snapshots fresh as OSM grows. The idea is to
> write up very brief documentation (perhaps in a GIST), and then deliver a
> short tutorial session 30-60 minutes. There's a half dozen people already
> stepped up to take part, and likely many more.
> This tutorial should cover best practice and example workflows. Start with
> the basics, and move into more specialized topics over the time (so that
> folks can drop off when they've gotten what they need).
> Idea for an agenda:
> * Start with the key concepts of how OSM data is updated and replicated
> * Dive into the use of HOT Exports, OverPass Turbo, QuickOSM, geofabrik
> * Explore best workflows for cataloging services to keep their OSM data
> fresh and clearly sourced.
> * Think about some opportunities for the future, like running replication
> servers inside GIS units.
> Are you interested to help? Get in touch!
> * Mikel Maron * +14152835207 @mikel s:mikelmaron
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