[OSM-talk] ReMAPTCHA Demo BETA 0.2 online! (Was: Hate captchas!!!!)
chippy2005 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 21:55:31 UTC 2014
I think this is wonderful, and can only see this getting better, bravo!
It's one of those features that we all seem to end up talking about when
meeting face to face so it's good to see an attempt at it!
There was a bit of a learning curve it seems, as I added the wrong thing a
couple of times and it said it passed - which I guess that's because of
the low samples so far?
Before I saw the aerial imagery button I assumed I was answering what was
on the map - is there a join on the map (yes: two words) or is the red line
going over a gap in the map (one word). But then I saw the imagery and then
the task changed to be both that task and tempering it with my
interpretation of the imagery, which made more sense when thinking about
the use to improve the data quality. Perhaps making it switch between the
map and imagery ever second could help, although perhaps as it becomes more
familiar it may not be necessary.
Curious to hear your plans for the results of this for the future
On 28 March 2014 14:10, Stefan Keller <sfkeller at gmail.com> wrote:
> The ReMAPTCHA Demo BETA 0.2 finally is ready to be tested:
> Please note that perfomance is slow (so hover over satellite icon taks
> seconds), and that the data is restricted to Switzerland since that's the
> imagery data I needed (if anyone knows freely accessible aerial/satellite
> imagery of similar quality I'm interested).
> I'm open for hints and enhancement requests (excuse me that I can't answer
> then all).
> 2014-03-21 16:59 GMT+01:00 Philip Barnes <phil at trigpoint.me.uk>:
>> On Fri, 2014-03-21 at 14:22 +0100, Richard Z. wrote:
>> > On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 07:17:26AM +0100, Stefan Keller wrote:
>> > > Hi Richard, hi Simon
>> > >
>> > > At 2014-03-14 16:19 GMT+01:00 Simon Poole wrote
>> > > > > At 14.03.2014 16:06, schrieb Richard Z.:
>> > > > > is there really no way to avoid those horrible captchas whenever
>> I add
>> > > > > a link to a JOSM bug ticket or another friendly website to the
>> > > ...
>> > > > What I saw on Tuesday seem to indicate that ReMAPTCHA (Stefan?) is
>> > > > nearly here. As the name says it is map related.
>> > > >
>> > > > Unluckily it is still a pain to use if you have problems with your
>> > > > eyesight, but at least you are not working for google at the same
>> > >
>> > > Yes, that's right, we are working hard to release a map related
>> > > ReCaptcha, I called ReMAPTCHA.
>> > > I will present it at GI_Forum Symposium in Salzburg in July 1-4 2014.
>> > > I really hope to have a beta release ready next week!
>> > thanks. Even though I have no problems with my eyes I still find it
>> > frequently difficult to recognise the distorted letters and have to
>> > reload a few times.
>> > A working and maintained whitelist would be really good in addition
>> > to any captcha improvememnts...
>> I find the same problems, I have no eyesight issues but often have to
>> have several reloads, or guesses before I get them right. If I don't
>> need to get passed them I will tend to not bother and go somewhere else.
>> I have often wondered if these evil things are legal under the
>> Disability Discrimination Act (UK), I suppose the audio option gets many
>> sites around this. Anything that relies only on good eyesight, without
>> an audio alternative, should not be considered as it will almost
>> certainly break the DDA.
>> A google search for "disability discrimination act captcha" brings up
>> some interesting stuff.
>> This one for instance
>> Phil (trigpoint)
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