[HOT] Fwd: QA activities as part of Validation - Build it into the TM

Frédéric Rodrigo fred.rodrigo at gmail.com
Mon May 30 20:34:41 UTC 2016


Issues from Osmose-QA can be fetched and manipulated through API

More simple, link to right position can be done with URL prams lat/ln :

Co-mainter of Osmose-QA

Le 30/05/2016 à 14:10, Benoit Fournier a écrit :
> Un petit ping sur ce message de la liste HOT, où Dave se demande
> comment on pourrait lier le Tasking Manager et Osmose (pour remonter
> les erreurs Osmose dans l'interface TM ? ou pour avoir un lien url
> vers la zone dans Osmose ?)
> Benoît
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Dave Corley <davecorley at gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, May 30, 2016 at 1:30 PM
> Subject: [HOT] QA activities as part of Validation - Build it into the TM
> To: "hot at openstreetmap.org" <hot at openstreetmap.org>
> Folks,
> I was thinking about the recent discussions of new mappers,
> validations and QA. I put together some new tasks for #MapLesotho over
> the weekend and have linked to Osmose and KeepRight in the tasks as a
> major element of these tasks is to do a lot of cleanup in addition to
> the regular tasks of mapping and validation.
> With all that being said, what came to mind was this. Is there anyway
> to pull down errors from those 2 sources and have them accessible from
> within the TM for the tile being worked on, rather than going to those
> sites and trying to navigate to the same spot on the map.
> I don't know how easy or difficult something like this would be to do,
> but if its possible I think it should be looked at as it would make
> data delivery much more accurate, effective and robust, especially
> during times of crisis when small errors can have major implications
> for on the ground personnel.
> I would chase this myself however I am not techy enough to know how to
> do it so maybe someone with the right skills might be able to say if
> this is even possible.
> Dave
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