Re: [HOT] Hawaii Data

2018-05-17 Thread Blake Girardot
Hi Dion, We did create a project to fill in map data for Hawaii's current eruption area, but the progress has been somewhat slow on the project. https://tasks.hotosm.org/project/4537 IF there is anyway we can support your efforts or your team members, please let us know. Respectfully blake On

Re: [HOT] Hawaii Data

2018-05-17 Thread Philippe Verdy
You should have designated the emergency area (notably around Leilani Estates, Nanali Estates and West Puna), which is the most affected for now by the fractures, but possibly also the area affected by toxic gas emissions and the major connection roads that are now unusable (so there's a need to

Re: [HOT] Hawaii Data

2018-05-17 Thread Philippe Verdy
Also it's not evident to see all houses, some of them are obscured in the shadow of aligned trees, and may even look like water (pond) and they are not always covered by white materials (I think they are covered by wood). We lack some alternate views at different hours or from different angles

Re: [HOT] JOSM Training for Beginners - Monday, May 21, 14:00 UTC

2018-05-17 Thread Blake Girardot HOT/OSM
Dear Friends, just a quick reminder about this Training Working Group JOSM for Beginners training next Monday, webinar style. I hope to see you there. On Tue, May 8, 2018 at 11:47 AM, Blake Girardot HOT/OSM wrote: > Dear Friends, > > The HOT Training working group

Re: [HOT] Hawaii Data

2018-05-17 Thread Dion Houston
Thanks all for the immediate and great responses. They were very helpful, in particular the ArcGIS links. That's what Army geospatial engineers (terrain analysts) are trained in. Just to let everyone know, I got started with this group when I was working the Nepal earthquake for our logistics