rod at goarem.org
Mon Feb 16 19:43:43 UTC 2015
depends on what kind of "hut" you're talking about. Most of these are
permanent housing. Some (they tend to be smaller) are granaries.
Try googling images with "west african hut" and "millet granary" to make
yourself an idea.
On 16/02/15 20:09, Daniel Specht wrote:
> Oops -- didn't mean to send that last one. Question about huts -- in
> West Africa there are a lot of huts, sometimes just out in the forest
> with no rectangular buildings or clearings nearby. Are these for
> storage? Temporary housing?
> Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2015 18:55:45 -0500
> From: john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com <mailto:jwhelan0112 at gmail.com>>
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> Subject: [HOT] Validation
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> Mapping in Africa from satellite images I find I'm adding perhaps half a
> dozen settlements when I validate, they're quite quick and easy to do.
> Some are huts and are not quite so easy to spot.
> Question at what point should I invalidate? The question arises when
> perhaps I've added a dozen settlements and half a dozen highways, I'm
> fairly experienced so fairly comfortable the work is OK after I've
> added in
> the validation but there is the question that I've added a dozen
> settlements and no one else will be validating.
> I'm looking more for pragmatic answers more than anything else, there is a
> concern that if I invalidate a tile it may demotivate a mapper and at the
> moment we have a lot of tiles to map.
> Cheerio John
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Rod Béra, MCF Géomatique / Lecturer, Geomatics
et SIG pour l'Environnement / and Environmental GIS
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