It's great that you are adding more GPS traces for mappers to use.
These are really helpful for checking the offset of aerial imagery and
finding roads and paths to map.
I think you first 2 steps look fine. As far as tags for GPS traces,
you can look at some other traces in your area to
Thanks for your response. I've extensively cleaned the GPX data and I'm
marking only those roads as 'missing' ones where I'm getting trace more
than a threshold number of times, say 5 times.
Few questions -
1. Should I use something like https://github.com/hotosm/tasking-manager to
if you want to add yourself all these missing ways in osm,
a simpler workflow :
give a part to each one
load the gpx trace with the editor of your choice
simplify and connect it to the concerned ways, add tags
upload the new ways into osm.
some will say you may send the trace too.
"Should I use something like https://github.com/hotosm/tasking-manager
to manage the entire process
I don't think this is necessary for what you are doing, unless you
have a whole team of people who are going to be working together?
"do the mapper has to look at GPS in one tab and then make the
Thanks for the detailed information. I'll try these options.
For leveraging the tasking-manager, I was assuming that I'll need a team of
mappers who will manually create the ways by looking at the trace I've
uploaded. Is there any alternative way? e.g. I can just upload and someone
Le 20.05.19 à 19:03, Ajay Singh1 a écrit :
> I can just upload and someone else will make roads by looking at that trace.
but since there is no toolsosm.org api for a contributor to download
the unprocessed traces, it is like hoping that someone else will do
all the work again that you
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