[OSM-talk-ie] User Accounts in Ireland (was Re: Mobile speed camera zones)
marc.gemis at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 05:38:38 UTC 2016
I hoped for a moment that Pascal Neis' site would be helpful:
but it only gives an overview on how many mappers a day (use the
arrows next to the graphs) , not a total number of mappers.
Joost Schouppe made a tool for that (he had a presentation on SOTM
2014). I'll ask him whether the site is still online
On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 1:49 AM, Daniel Cussen <dan at post.com> wrote:
> Ca, someone tell me how many user accounts there are than have edited
> osm irl data (yes there is a reason)
> On 31/03/2014, Killyfole and District Development Assocation
> <webmaster at killyfole.org.uk> wrote:
>> It is because no-one has added those details yet. Road sections can be
>> tagged with what ever
>> data we wish to tag them with. The OSM wiki describes how to use the tags.
>> Speed on that
>> section of way is tagging using maxspeed=* We use the ref=* tag to record
>> the road reference
>> number ie R999, L9999 etc
>> The following link is a visual layer which colour codes the speed limits
>> stored in the OSM
>> database and shows it on an OSM map. The small key on the right shows the
>> legend/key for
>> the colours. As you zoom in, minor roads will appear. Grey roads indicate
>> that we do not have
>> data available for those sections.
>> Notice that the North speeds are a yellow/green colour, this is because the
>> speed limits here
>> are in miles per hour, not km/h.
>> I suggest you come along to #osm-ie and have a chat.
>>> However, with an adjacent minor road:
>>> https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit?editor=id#map=16/53.7570/-6.3205 it
>>> not have "Lanes" or "Reference". Is this because it is an unclassified
>>> road? How does one record the local road number?
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