[HOT] OpenStreetMap data, good and bad
douglas.ssebaggala at hotosm.org
Wed Nov 16 10:00:21 UTC 2016
Thanks, great feedback,
The untagged ways and duplicated nodes are a common scenario, it's great
that there's such discoveries that can be made. Perhaps there could be a
documentation on these recent common mistakes on the wiki, so that the
local and new mappers can avoid and correct these.
JOSM pre-loaded USB drives are handy for any mapathon, will share all this
info with organisers of geoweek activities.
On Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 1:06 AM, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I also have a small stack of USB drives that will run JOSM.
> Cheerio John
> On 15 November 2016 at 16:49, Mike Thompson <miketho16 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> JOSM with the building tool plug in is seen as too complicated by many
>>> mapathon organisers.
>> The building tool itself isn't too complicated, JOSM itself isn't even
>> too complicated, it is getting it installed on everyone's machine. They
>> have to have Java 8, an OS that supports Java 8, download JOSM, install the
>> building plugin, turn on remote control, restart JOSM, and accept the https
>> cert for remote control. I have made some USB thumb drives pre loaded with
>> Java, JOSM and the necessary plugins that solves all of these issues except
>> for the OS. So far I have it working for Windows and Linux. I think it
>> will work on Mac, but just haven't gotten that far yet. I plan on using
>> these at a future mapathon.
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