[Osmf-talk] DWG survey on organized editing
oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Mon Oct 2 19:14:33 UTC 2017
It does not matter, satellite or aerial orthorectified imagery. Both
methods of acquisition could be automated. But digitizing this imagery
cannot be automated. At least not at the current level of technology.
The "organised mapping (unpaid)" is not vulnerable to delocalisation
since it is done in local schools, universities, etc. But the "organised
mapping (paid)" is vulnerable to delocalisation, as I wrote in my
previous message. Since it makes economic sense to organize it in lands
with low cost of living and consequently lower expenses (salaries).
When something has got an economic sense it may start to happen. For
example, the massive phenomena of gold farming  in early 2000s.
So my point is that the "organised mapping (unpaid)" and "organised
mapping (paid)" are not exactly identical in this respect.
On 02.10.17 19:30, Joseph Reeves wrote:
> "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 <mailto:oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>> wrote:
> 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 messages.
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