[Talk-us] Address improvement through imports?
Martijn van Exel
m at rtijn.org
Tue Nov 1 23:16:11 GMT 2011
By the way, if that page looks empty, that's because I just did not
find very many resources on the state level which is where I looked.
But at least I put in a link to what appears to be the central
clearinghouse / catalog for geospatial data for each state.
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 5:14 PM, Martijn van Exel <m at rtijn.org> wrote:
> We have seen a few local address point imports in the US. I know of DC
> and San Diego, there may be more. That made me want to look into other
> possible import sources for addresses. I collected some findings on
> the wiki here: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Address_Improvement/United_States_Address_Data_Import_Sources
> Feel free to add your (local) knowledge there. But let's discuss: are
> address imports useful (I say yes, for geocoding and routing they're
> indispensable), necessary (I say yes, potential OSM data users will
> want to be able to do these things) and feasible (I say yes, if
> there's local mappers to oversee it)?
> martijn van exel
> geospatial omnivore
> 1109 1st ave #2
> salt lake city, ut 84103
martijn van exel
1109 1st ave #2
salt lake city, ut 84103
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