[Talk-GB] London this weekend
chippy2005 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 00:46:40 GMT 2007
Whilst in London (not sure if I can make it yet), we could have a look
at the superb London mapping exhibition at the British Library, St.
Pancras, "London: A Life in Maps"
I visited the exhibition last week, there was no mention of OSM, but
there were lovely old maps, so well worth a visit anyhow - and it
might be fun to map the area around the library.
On 1/23/07, Dave <osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk> wrote:
> On 1/23/07, SteveC <steve at asklater.com> wrote:
> > * @ 23/01/07 10:32:49 AM osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk wrote:
> > > I now have a pile of printed satellite photos with osmarender overlay's
> > > what's there already, which should make it easier and quicker for those
> > > into the bitter cold :-) It should be possible to just write straight on
> > > them if it's not raining, which'll make the transcribing process much
> > > faster.
> > Brilliant... is red pen a must? (I assume the images can be quite dark).
> dark colours work best cos it's inkjet -- you see it best when you
> completely flood the paper with ink! biro works nicely because it's shiny
> under light, but writing in the field with a biro is not easy. The kind of
> red pen teachers used to use before they decided it was too aggressive and
> they should switch to green would probably work quite well. If you're
> wondering I spent Saturday wondering round Fulham with a printout and 3
> pens... does mean most of Fulham is now done.
> I've actually printed them slightly washed out to make it easier, and on the
> printer's lowest ink setting.
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