[HOT] GNS name import How-to screen casts
pierzenh at yahoo.fr
Thu Sep 4 13:22:23 UTC 2014
Yes this is awesome.
This is very instructive and easy to follow with a video for each subject discussed. Plus these various tutorials, for example the MapCSS, can be used by the contributors to learn various aspects of JOSM.
I added a new section in the wiki page of the Ebola activation. Could you please Blake add your videos under the GNS Import section.
Great thanks for this.
De : Andrew Buck <andrew.r.buck at gmail.com>
À : hot at openstreetmap.org
Envoyé le : Jeudi 4 septembre 2014 9h13
Objet : Re: [HOT] GNS name import How-to screen casts
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Wow, nice work Blake. I haven't watched through them yet, but they
look very comprehensive. I will definitely give them a watch today.
Regarding making them into text for people on low bandwidth, I am not
sure this will be all that helpful since pretty good bandwidth is
actually required to do the GNS merging anyway (due to having many
imagery and topo map layers to deal with) so I am not sure people
would be able to use the instructions anyway. If someone wants to do
this I wouldn't oppose it, I am just warning that we need to consider
if people could make use of the instructions before someone actually
On 09/04/2014 07:29 AM, Satoshi IIDA wrote:
>> simple downloadable text document with basically no picture? It
>> would be
> just a step by step reminder of what you explain in the videos.
> That would be easier to download, keep using and translate. +1, & I
> think it would be nice article on LearnOSM contents.
> 2014-09-04 19:33 GMT+09:00 Claire Halleux
> <claire.halleux at hotosm.org>:
>> Hi Blake,
>> Thank you very much for sharing! I could only check one so far
>> but am quite sure this material can be helpful, specially for
>> getting confidence in importing GNS data. With such detailed
>> process explanation, we could get more contributors participating
>> in this type of tasks.
>> One small suggestion, for people having (very) low bandwidth:
>> would it be possible to produce from your videos a simple
>> downloadable text document with basically no picture? It would be
>> just a step by step reminder of what you explain in the videos.
>> That would be easier to download, keep using and translate.
>> Claire Halleux Volunteer and Member of the Board +243 99 256 9980
>> (Kinshasa, DRC) Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
>> On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 8:54 AM, Blake Girardot
>> <bgirardot at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> In the interest of getting more people interested and confident
>>> in working on the GNS name import, I recorded some videos of
>>> the configuration and the process of merging names.
>>> I have no idea if they are helpful or not but I thought I would
>>> post them here to get feedback or help people get familiar with
>>> the process.
>>> The first few are configuration of JOSM, the rest are the
>>> actual process I follow. You can skip a few of the config ones
>>> because they are optional and just for how I prefer to do the
>>> I put them together sort of quickly so they are not really
>>> polished, I was hoping they might do as is and I apologize if
>>> they turn out to be unhelpful and just waste your time.
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