[HOT] Suggestion to support Newbie development via Validated work
graham at klunky.co.uk
Sun May 10 14:43:19 UTC 2015
Thank you both for your feed back.
John, what you say makes sense. So, for those who hang around, it goes
back to good training, reading up on image interpretation, experience,
knowing your limits and mentor ship (as Pierre suggests).
Pierre, I shall review the link, thanks.
On 10/05/15 21:31, Pierre Béland wrote:
> This is a quite challenging mission, different terrain with these
> Nepal high mountains and after two weeks, less mediatic attention.
> We need to re-accelerate this response and find ways to support
> newbies. They are as important as experienced conributors and we
> should help them progress.
> I suggest to the new contributors that want help to go on the Live
> #hot irc channel.
> From this link, simply provide a nickname to identify yourself. You
> can type in to present yourself as a new contributor looking for a
> mentor. If you listen at the discussion on the #hot irc, you will se
> that this is quite informal and a pleasant place to meet with other
> The core HOT / OSM contributors, could you please assure a rotation on
> the #hot irc to assure the support to the new contributors?
> Thanks all for the response for this emergency.
Unfortunately a number of validated tiles have been identified as not
being of high quality. Self validation is one of the issues.
The second issue is time, it appears 76% of our new mappers only map for
a day and never return. We need to make best use of that time so we
need tasks they can do easily with minimal training to get the most out
> *De :* graham <graham at klunky.co.uk>
> *À :* hot at openstreetmap.org
> *Envoyé le :* Dimanche 10 mai 2015 9h17
> *Objet :* [HOT] Suggestion to support Newbie development via Validated
> Hi All,
> Might I suggest a way that will allow Newbies to see examples of good
> interpretation and digitalisation:
> In OSM Task Manager, they could select a "Validated" tile, open it and
> look at the work completed. One would hope that the validated work is of
> standard, but that is a different issue.
> I tested this, and found that I could "invalidate" the work via a
> button. I presume that I could actually make alterations to this work as
> well. Neither of these two things I did.
> Perhaps, validated tiles could be accessible to Newbies to view only,
> thus allowing them to review what is considered good work. However,
> perhaps they should not have to ability to modify the work.
> Selected tiles could be promoted as standard/quality etc. as the tiles
> get validated.
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