[HOT] Activation. floods in Peru
daniel.oconnor at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 04:08:48 UTC 2017
One possible thing that is a little different to some past activations is
the availability of gps data via improve-osm.org - it might be worth
checking that against flood affected areas to see if it highlights missing
Additionally, strava's GPS 'slide' tool built into ID may allow some
fast/accurate tracing of any missing roads/cloudy imagery.
Obviously neither is going to be 'complete', but may be helpful to quickly
target areas to map.
On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 9:41 AM, Johnattan Rupire <jarjacha at riseup.net>
> I wrote to activation at hotosm.org to ask for setup these tasks.
> El 16/03/17 a las 12:12, Johnattan Rupire escribió:
> Wiki is here:
> El 16/03/17 a las 11:47, hyances at gmail.com escribió:
> To whom it may concern the coordination is in https://t.me/osmPe (Telegram)
> a new wiki is on the go.
> Para aquellos interesados la coordinación es en https://t.me/osmPe (Telegram)
> una nueva wiki está en camino.
> Humberto Yances
> 2017-03-16 11:20 GMT-05:00 Johnattan Rupire <jarjacha at riseup.net>:
>> In Peru we are experiencing a difficult time due to the impact that is
>> causing the floods in the country, especially in the north. This is why we
>> want to open a task in the Task Manager to call people to the mapping of
>> areas near Piura.
>> It would be the first time we have activated an alert of this type here,
>> Humberto Yances has offered to collaborate with us, so here goes the thanks
>> and the invitation to other collaborators.
>> Those who have experience mapping flood events, please also share their
>> insights, tips or recommendations on how we could get started and how best
>> to collaborate from the map.
>> We are looking for contact with the respective authorities here, we hope
>> to get their attention at some point.
>> Johnattan Rupire
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