[talk-au] Redaction recovery
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Sun Jul 29 22:44:27 BST 2012
Keeping all Sydney cycle routes in the wiki is a good idea. Updating them
there post-recovery seems reasonable too.
Cooks River and Botany Bay I deleted and then remapped red sections prior
to the redaction, and surprised how much disappeared regardless. Shouldn't
take long to recover those.
If there are any Sydney ones that need a survey, I'm happy to go for a
pedal and do it.
On Jul 27, 2012 11:57 AM, "Ben Kelley" <ben.kelley at gmail.com> wrote:
> BTW, in terms of cycle routes in Marrickville I managed to remap some in
> advance of the redaction, and I know where any missing ones go.
> There is a page on the wiki for Sydney Cycle Routes (pre redaction). Most
> of the relations there should still exist, but I haven't had time to check
> them yet. I wondered about coordinating cycle route remapping. Maybe via
> the wiki page, and by LGA?
> For remapping roads, Bing is very good in Sydney, although exercise is
> also good. :)
> - Ben.
> On Jul 26, 2012 6:40 PM, "Eric Rose" <ericr at wamble.net> wrote:
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>> On 24/07/12 21:35, Leon Kernan wrote:
>> > I'm not too familiar with central Sydney but if a local could take a
>> > look, i'm not game to get too far into that mess.
>> I'm in Marrickville, but may be able to spend time cycling around and
>> collecting traces in surrounding areas. Given that I haven't been an
>> active mapper for a while, I'll have to re-familiarise myself with the
>> tools again, and work out how to easily convert data from my Edge 800
>> (FIT format) to GPX.
>> All my previous mapping was done around Mullumbimby, and my primary
>> focus is on recreating data from my old traces in that area.
>> - --
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