[HOT] Thimpu Thromde Data Import
winfixit at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 12:22:42 UTC 2016
And if you come to the HOT summit, we'll gladly have a cup of coffee with
I looked at the wiki page. You definitely have done your homework! One
thing I don't fully understand: Why don't you import the housenumbers
together diretly with the buildings? Or will you add the housenumbers all
as nodes afterwards? If you plan to have them on the building contours, I
think it makes sense to add them at the same time.
It's implied from the text of the wiki page, but maybe you can add that all
changes will be reviewed by human mappers and you may want to mention the
todo list plugin. It may also make sense to mention that JOSM will be used
and that howto instructions will be provided.
What I usually see as a question on the imports list is the question how
the data will be maintained/updated in the future. They/we care about this
and it's part of the reason why they ask about the local community. They
might even insist that the whole import is performed or at least followed
up by local people who are familiar with the territory.
2016-06-18 13:12 GMT+02:00 john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com>:
> The traditional way is annouce a gathering for coffee then whichever two
> or three gather make the decision or sometimes its done by an exchange of
> emails in a forum. In your case I think you are the local community.
> Cheerio John
> On 18 June 2016 at 00:07, Megha Shrestha <meghashrestha2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I am Megha Shrestha from Kathmandu Living Labs. We have a local mapping
>> project with HOT, we are going to conduct in Thimpu, Bhutan. The project
>> involves training to youth and as well as government officials from GIS
>> department of Thimpu city. They have requested us to import existing
>> dataset into OSM. According to OSM import guideline one of the requirement
>> is to contact a local OSM community. The problem here is that there is no
>> existing OSM community in Bhutan but rather a group of GIS professional.
>> One of the goals of this project is to create a sustainable OSM community
>> in Bhutan who can take the work further independently. I would like to
>> ask for comments about this import before proceeding to the imports mailing
>> list" or equivalent, because we know there isn't a Bhutan OSM local
>> community yet, and we just need (if possible) to gather input before
>> proceeding to the imports mailing list.
>> The wiki link to the Thimpu Throne dataset import is here:
>> Megha Shrestha
>> Geomatics Engineer
>> Kathmandu Living Labs
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>> HOT at openstreetmap.org
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