[talk-ph] RFC: Planned Arivac Bohol Data Import

maning sambale emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 04:14:25 BST 2010

POIs done (1979 nodes in all)!


The initial POI tags are here:

Sample tagging
OSM added tags
FIXME:add names and proper tags

Arivac reference tags
arivac:typetxt:Barangay health station

Some notes:
1. I didn't reconciled it with the existing POIs in OSM, I hope local
mappers would do that.
2. Many tags are not "official" in a sense with the default OSM Map
Features, for example, shop:corn_rice_mill.
3. A lot of POIs I don't normally map myself but I feel this is
important for rural areas like sari-sari stores which were tagged as
4. Some POIs are lumped into a sing category which needs further
verification, for example, Car/motorcycle/bicycle shop/metal/car
distributors which were tagged as	shop:car_parts.
5.  All POIs don't have a name

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 7:04 AM, Marloue Pidor <murlwe at mail2engineer.com> wrote:
> Wow! this is nice, definitely this will help populate Bohol map.
> Best,
> murlwe
> <-----Original Message----->
>>From: Jeroen Hellingman [jeroen at bohol.ph]
>>Sent: 3/31/2010 4:04:18 AM
>>Cc: talk-ph at openstreetmap.org
>>Subject: Re: [talk-ph] RFC: Planned Arivac Bohol Data Import
>>Hi All,
>>I've added a promotional article on this subject on my website
>>Hope it helps to attract more volunteers.
>>Remarks and corrections welcome!
>>On 2010-03-30 19:56, Eugene Alvin Villar wrote:
>>Well, because of Potlatch's 'R' key, many of Arivac's IDs are no longer
>> correct. :-P
>>On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 10:19 PM, Totor <totor_osm at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>Great job Maning,
>>and thanks to Arivac for the data.
>>Some users are even more exited than you Maning:
>>Doy_nick is already racing to improve the data !
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