[HOT] LearnOSM Glossary
suzan at suzanreed.com
Fri Jul 24 19:45:50 UTC 2015
Hi althio and all,
As an organizer of information and a newbie, my opinion is to leave everything in one list and not divide it. It should be alphabetic.
There is a lot to learn reading through a Glossary, and it’s always useful to have everything in one place. It’s easy to find what you are looking for when organized alphabetically. If you want, you could annotate which terms are for OSM, HOT, and Activation in parentheses at the end of each entry. We have done that when a glossary combines words from different languages or references similar to this situation. It’s also important to format the page so the entries are easy to read.
On Jul 24, 2015, at 9:28 AM, althio <althio.forum at gmail.com> wrote:
I am not sure how to handle the glossary mixture of:
- basic OSM terms
- basic HOT terms
- advanced HOT/Activation terms
I mean the growing glossary page could become overwhelming for a beginner.
What do you think?
All glossay in one continuous page? One page, sections by topics?
Differents pages, one glossary by section
Back to the content, a few proposals:
- We could read through the content of LearnOSM to flag terms that
need to be included in the glossary (best done by newcomers!)
- We could take a pick in the OSM wiki glossary and see if any of
those terms is used in LearnOSM
[OSM wiki glossary] http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Glossary
On 13 July 2015 at 22:51, Yachtsman Dev <yachtsman.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> My name is Anwaario and I am one of the LearnOSM Interns this summer.
> I have been tasked with improving the LearnOSM glossary .
> Help us make the LearnOSM glossary more informative by forwarding your
> vocabulary suggestions.
> This is an ongoing project and new terms will be added and live as soon as
> they are approved by my mentors.
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