[Talk-GB] Importing Shell fuel stations

Christian Ledermann christian.ledermann at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 16:24:22 UTC 2017

On 6 November 2017 at 15:45, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
> On 3 November 2017 at 09:55, Ilya Zverev <ilya at zverev.info> wrote:
>> You might remember a few months ago I discussed here importing of Shell fuel stations. The data provider is Navads, which has a contract with Shell for putting their stations on the map. They asked me to proceed with the import and sent an updated list of the stations. I have prepared an import and would like to do it in a few days.
>> Please help me review the data.
> Some years ago, we had a data donation, here in the United Kingdom, of
> data on cycle shops. These were imported into a tool which (if memory
> serves) enabled users to compare them to existing entries, and import
> the data to them if useful, or add new objects if necessary. I recall
> that it didn't take long for the UK community to process them.
> Can that tool not be repurposed, and thereby avoid the friction that
> imports like this seem sadly to cause?

there is also https://github.com/cleder/os-opendata-edubase for crowd
import which powers https://schools.mapthe.uk/

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Christian Ledermann

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