[OSM-talk] StreetComplete v0.14
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Thu Jul 13 05:34:14 UTC 2017
You join the words together like StreetComplete. Then you will find the
Op 13 jul. 2017 5:54 AM schreef "Gaurav Thapa" <gthapa.work op gmail.com>:
Is there a link to the application as I can't find it on the play store
when I search for 'Street Complete'
On Jul 12, 2017 22:57, "Denis Carriere" <carriere.denis op gmail.com> wrote:
> Awesome! Can't wait to try out those new features!
> *Denis Carriere*
> *GIS Software & Systems Specialist*
> On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Tobias Zwick <osm op westnordost.de> wrote:
>> I am proud to announce that after a long public betatest, the first
>> stable version of the app has been released on Google Play and F-Droid.
>> StreetComplete is a FOSS Android app that aims to enable easy on-survey
>> contribution to OSM for anyone.
>> Specifically, it enables users to extend already mapped data through a
>> simple question-answer format: The app ask questions about things on the
>> map such as "What is the name of this road?" or "How many levels does
>> this building have?" and the user is given a simple form to fill in this
>> The processed answers are then directly uploaded as changes to the
>> OpenStreetMap, eliminating the need to (learn and) use another editor
>> for simple contributions.
>> In this first version, the following quests are implemented. Users can
>> - road name
>> - road surface
>> - to note discussion (only notes that contain a question are shown)
>> - opening hours
>> - bike parking capacity
>> - bus stop shelter
>> - building and roof levels
>> - roof shape
>> - sport played on a pitch
>> More are in the works for the next version.
>> For more information, check out the project's GitHub page
>> (https://github.com/westnordost/StreetComplete) or search for it in the
>> app store.
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