[Talk-cl] OpenStreetMap + Ushahidi-Chile in the works + partnerships
Leo Soto M.
leo.soto en gmail.com
Lun Mar 1 21:08:46 GMT 2010
En caso que aún no sepas (probablemente ya sabes), se ha juntado un
grupo para armar chileayuda.com en Huelen 164, oficinas de Oxus, y por
lo que he visto acá, parte importante de lo que se esta haciendo es
una interfaz de mapas, conectado a ushaidi.
En caso que no hayas estado al tanto y te interese coordinarte con
ellos, seria genial que te pusieras en contacto con ellos.
On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 11:26 PM, Julio Costa Zambelli
<julio.costa en openstreetmap.cl> wrote:
> Yes, I do know Chillan, Cobquecura, Buchupureo, Dichato, and pretty much the
> southern part of the area affected (My mother, brother and grandparents live
> in Chillan).
> I think that we can make a list of cities and towns around the epicentre and
> start mapping from the centre to the more remote ones. There are plenty of
> small town right near to the epicentre, most of them affected by the tsunami
> (the ones right by the sea) and many more inland with infraestructure
> I am organizing some training sessions for people with knowledge from the
> most affected areas but living in Santiago. The idea is that they learn to
> use Potlatch to add all that stuff that can not be added from the aerial
> imagery, i.e.: Street names, hospitals, schools, police stations,
> supermarkets, convenience stores, etc. to OpenStreetMap. I will keep you
> informed on the progress of this.
> Julio Costa
> On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 8:17 PM, Jean-Guilhem Cailton <jgc en arkemie.com>
>> Do you have ideas of things to do / tasks ?
>> I think satellite imagery should be available "soon" for tracing.
>> Do you guys know the impacted area ?
>> Maybe you could plan some kind of work plan for volunteers to help ?
>> (e.g. with a wiki page, or a shared spreadsheet on Google Doc)
>> How to split the work ? By area ?
>> What would be priority themes ?
>> Locate damages announced in the news ? (Damaged roads, collapsed bridges,
>> maybe damaged buildings ? )
>> How to coordinate ? talk-cl (OSM specific), crisismappers-chile (more
>> general, e.g. also including Ushahidi), osm-talk (to get general OSM
>> attention) ?
>> Is there an IRC channel ?
>> (The most relevant I am aware of might be #crisiscommons on irc.rhok.org
>> Of course, there is also #osm on oftc.net, for OSM stuff)
>> (puedo hablar espanol o traducir si es mejor /
>> I can help translating to / from Spanish)
>> Toulouse, France
>> OpenStreetMap volunteer
>> (Experience with Haiti mapping - especially regarding health facilities,
>> PAHO (Pan American Health Organization) Master List, etc.
>> professionally works with satellite images - research and software
>> development for image analysis, segmentation...)
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