[OSM-talk] weeklyOSM 282
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Thu Dec 17 15:28:17 UTC 2015
The weekly round-up of OSM news, issue # 282, is now available online in
English, giving as always a summary of all things happening in the
OpenStreetMap world: http://www.weeklyosm.eu Enjoy! weeklyOSM is brought to
you by ... https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WeeklyOSM
Highlights of the weekly
- "Roads to Rome <http://roadstorome.moovellab.com/countries>" by
Benedikt Groß, Philipp Schmitt and moovel Lab is a data viz project
exploring one of the biggest unsolved quests of mobility
<https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/all_roads_lead_to_Rome>: Do all roads
really lead to Rome? :) More details on how he redefined the territorial
extents of the EU and US based on travel times are on the project page. The
routing was done on the basis of OSM data
<http://www.geofabrik.de/data/download.html> and GraphHopper.
- To increase transparency of logging activities in rainforest, the
World Resources Institute and Moabi launched the Logging Roads
<http://loggingroads.org/> Initiative to record logging roads in the
Democratic Republic of Congo.
- Marc Ducobu explains
the data of OSM and Urbis
can be compared.
- Rob Nickerson is leading the organisation of “the UK/GB OpenStreetMap
meeting, which is to be held on the 17th of December.
- Since the 80s the Association of "Friends of the Gardens of La Oliva"
has planted more than 300 trees (species from all over the world) in the
common areas of the District of La Oliva in Sevilla. On Saturday, 19th
December OSM mappers will help to map the unique species of this "public
garden" of La Oliva. The aim is to create an online botanical atlas.
- Victor Olaya <http://volaya.es/> the main developer of QGIS processing
in the latest developments
processing in a boundlessgeo
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