[Talk-GB] [Talk-gb-london] New OSM London Meetup - Invite

Andrew Hain andrewhainosm at hotmail.co.uk
Tue May 9 06:14:50 UTC 2017


Does it include stations belonging to Network Rail?

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From: Stuart Reynolds <stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk>
Sent: 08 May 2017 23:44:56
To: Derick Rethans
Cc: Bjoern Hassler; talk-gb-london at openstreetmap.org; osm-gb
Subject: Re: [Talk-GB] [Talk-gb-london] New OSM London Meetup - Invite

Hi All,

For reference, virtually all of the entrances are contained within the London NaPTAN data (https://data.gov.uk/dataset/naptan) which is the data that begins with the prefix 4900. The tube entrances all begin 4909ZZLU followed by a three letter code for the station plus a digit to distinguish between different entrances. For example, 4909ZZLUBNK0 would be an entrance to Bank, while 4900ZZLUTWH0 would be Tower Hill.

While these do not give you accessibility information, they are all maintained by TfL and should give you accurate positional information.

Regards
Stuart

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On 8 May 2017, at 21:02, Derick Rethans <osm at derickrethans.nl<mailto:osm at derickrethans.nl>> wrote:

Hi,

I think this is a good idea. We have something UK wide, but doing it a
local way makes a lot of sense (and easier to complete). Happy to do
this "fix the tube network" thing over a few weekends (After the General
Election that is).

cheers,
Derick

On Thu, 4 May 2017, Bjoern Hassler wrote:

Dear Grant, dear all,

thanks for putting on the meeting, and thanks for the sponsored pizza! Good
meeting last night, and god to have met you all.

Following up on the "Missing Maps London" idea, I thought we could may do
some "map challenges" that look at specific things that need work. It might
be a nice community building activity, and provide some continuity between
meetings?

As an experiment, I've formulated one such challenges here
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/London_public_transport_tagging_scheme/Map_Challenges
and added images / interactive maps / help for new mappers.

See what you think and let me know whether there's interest. Results could
be announced at the next meeting?

All the best,
Bjoern


On 30 April 2017 at 17:30, Grant Slater <openstreetmap at firefishy.com<mailto:openstreetmap at firefishy.com>> wrote:

Hi All,

We trying a new format OpenStreetMap evening meetup in London this
Wednesday 3rd May 2017... We'd love for you to come along:

https://www.meetup.com/OpenStreetMap-Q-A-Meetup/events/239366249/

New to OpenStreetMap and want to learn more or need some help getting
started? Already mapping or using OSM and have any Questions or
Challenges or want to see what others are up to? This is the event for
you.

We already have 3 great speakers lined up for the evening:

* Andy Allan - OpenCycleMap / Thunderforest
* Astrid Thorseth - Missing Maps
* Derick Rethans - London Mapper

We have a great venue (bias, I work there), there will be pizza and
soft drinks provided.

I'd love to hear any suggestions on how we could improve the event or
what works elsewhere.

Kind regards,
Grant

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