[Osmf-talk] DWG survey on organized editing
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Mon Oct 2 17:48:25 UTC 2017
I think couch mapping is a side aspect of organised mapping, which
should kept in mind but can be discussed separately.
Darafei just expressed his feelings - which I largely empathize - and
he made a constructive suggestion.
Frederik asked to express what I meant by bias. But since the survey
is closed (for me) it's difficult to cite the questions. So let me try
to exemplify like this: An unbiased survey about the pros and cons of
something (organized mapping in this case) would be like this +1, 0,
-1, therefore having an affirmative, a neutral and a declining
statement. A biased survey would ask questions like this 0, -1, -2.
But anyhow, the survey is not the end-all as Fred said, and I'm
confident that it is in good hands (no sarcasm here :-).
2017-10-02 19:30 GMT+02:00 Joseph Reeves <iknowjoseph at gmail.com>:
> "Since this type of work, I mean mapping by satellite imagery,"
> Is that what we're discussing? I read the original email as either
> "organised mapping (paid)" or "organised mapping (unpaid)" - the data source
> was not mentioned.
> From my own experience, I can think of many examples of organised mapping
> that do not involve satellite imagery.
> On 2 October 2017 at 18:09, Oleksiy Muzalyev <oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>
>> On 02.10.17 17:11, Darafei "Komяpa" Praliaskouski wrote:
>>> I think that the actual issue that should be inspected is "uncontactable
>>> mappers" - and this way you find out that they may be either groups ones
>>> that don't bother to ever look at messages, or, say, users of some mobile
>>> app that can't display private messages sent to user due to API limitations.
>> Since this type of work, I mean mapping by satellite imagery, is
>> vulnerable to the delocalisation, it may happen that some paid mappers are
>> unable to handle private messages. At least, they should be trained to use
>> an automatic translator, or a supervisor with linguistic skills reads the
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