[HOT] Customizable OSM editor
tyler.radford at hotosm.org
Fri Aug 7 15:34:55 UTC 2015
Thanks also for your work on this - I am interested in its potential use
for future disaster activations where HOT has an influx of new mapping
volunteers. Would be useful to improve data quality and also make for an
even more pleasant mapping experience for those new to mapping using OSM.
Look forward to hearing about the progress.
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On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 3:44 PM, James Conkling <
james.lane.conkling at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> I'd love to checkout what you've whipped up.
> Broadly, I'm interested in tools that allow for customizable and easily
> deployable HOT/OSM editing environments (ran a project beta test with
> OSMLoggingRoads <http://loggingroads.org> this spring)--a TM management
> GUI could be a really interesting innovation.
> On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 12:21 PM Thomas Tolloschek <cadderly at lumpaczik.org>
>> Finally the first prototype of the OSM Task Management is finished.
>> This should provide the backend to manage the database which provides
>> the data for an automatic configurable editor.
>> For me it is important that some "volunteers", especially but not
>> necessary from HOT "officials" ;), have a look into the GUI and give me
>> a feedback (technical, organizational, usability ...).
>> My goal is to check if my idea fits into the current workflow, if there
>> are things that I missed and so on.
>> Since there are still many things that I want to do before i put the
>> release officially on git or for download I will provide the link and
>> other information to all who are interested in a private mail.
>> Kind regards
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