[OSM-talk] WhatOSM, a guide for contribution tools

PanierAvide panieravide at riseup.net
Thu Sep 21 19:03:04 UTC 2017


Thank you, let me know if you have any ideas to improve it :-)

Regards,

Adrien.


Le 21/09/2017 à 20:53, Oleksiy Muzalyev a écrit :
> Hi Adrien,
>
> I tested the Pic4Carto application on photos which I added recently to 
> Wikimedia. It works just fine. Very impressive. I will definitively 
> use it.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleksiy
>
>
>
>
> On 21.09.17 19:45, PanierAvide wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> As you may know, OSM has a whole set of tools allowing various 
>> thematic editing and contribution. Every contributor can find 
>> something to do, however when you are new to this world, you don't 
>> where these tools are and which one is made for you.
>>
>> In order to make it easier discovering contribution tools, and find 
>> the ones according to what you want to work on, I made a little web 
>> guide named WhatOSM. When answering three questions (level of 
>> difficulty, available time and if you are indoors/outdoors), you have 
>> a list of corresponding tools. You can try it here :
>>
>> http://projets.pavie.info/whatosm/
>>
>> It can be used by new contributors, but also more experimented ones, 
>> who don't know what to do anymore in their neighbourhood. It might be 
>> interested to show this to people when doing mapping parties. User 
>> interface works as well on desktop as on smartphone.
>>
>> This project is open source and is available on this repository :
>>
>> https://framagit.org/PanierAvide/WhatOSM
>>
>> You can contribute to it by proposing tools which allow contributing 
>> more or less directly to OpenStreetMap. Also, if you speak English + 
>> another language, you can help translating the application :
>>
>> https://www.transifex.com/openlevelup/whatosm/
>>
>> If you have any ideas or suggestions, let me know :-)
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Adrien.
>>
>

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