[HOT] Nepal rural areas - tagging forests and farmland?
rbanick at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 15:19:07 UTC 2015
If you look at the tasks up on the tasking manager they usually tell you
what to prioritize.
In general, woodlands and farmlands are very much "nice to have" at this
moment. We're prioritizing roads, residential areas, buildings and any
critical infrastructure we can see (bridges, schools, etc.). Rivers and
other transportation barriers are also of use.
Getting aid to areas affected is at the moment the biggest challenge for
areas outside Kathmandu. So understanding accessibility and where people
are is key.
See the various tasks at http://tasks.hotosm.org/ for task specific
instructions. If one is lacking or incomplete, please speak up here and one
of the activation leads can add the necessary detail.
Thanks for mapping!
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 3:08 PM, Milo van der Linden <milo at dogodigi.net>
> Hello Falkmar,
> My opinion is persona, not that of the community, but I agree. The best
> thing is concentrating your mapping effort on the things that you believe
> are most relevant.
> Good luck participating!
> Kind regards,
> 2015-04-30 9:16 GMT+02:00 <falkmar at gmx.net>:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm completely new to this and just started mapping in Nepal. Now I
>> noticed that some people extensively tag woodland and farmland in the rural
>> areas of Nepal, while the majority does not. I've seen validated squares
>> with and without these tags.
>> Now my first guess is that since it's basically *all* wood- and farmland
>> out there, these tags just clutter the map and should be omitted. But what
>> is the official stance on this?
>> Many thanks!
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