Hola Marco,

Suena muy bien, creo que tal vez una página de Wiki comentando sobre 
comunidades, medios de comunicación y errores comunes sería de utilidad.


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   1. índice de comunidades osm para editor id ([OSM-talk] Help me
      build an OSM Community Index) (Marco Antonio)


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Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2018 18:14:59 +0000
From: Marco Antonio <marcoantoniofr...@gmail.com>
To: OSM Bolivia <talk...@openstreetmap.org>, OSM LatAm
Subject: [talk-latam] índice de comunidades osm para editor id
        ([OSM-talk] Help me build an OSM Community Index)
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hay un repositorio que el mantenedor del editor ID esta proponiendo construir 
para incluir como mensaje después de editar... algo asi


para mi es una buena opción para informar a quienes no saben de las comunidades 
locales  existentes o lugares para discutir...

en la parte final del mensaje original (abajo) está las indicaciones, o 
simplemente pueden sugerir añadir registrando algunos datos (sobretodo polígono 
de acción de la comunidad)



Marco Antonio

-------- Original Message --------
From: Bryan Housel <br...@7thposition.com>
Sent: March 31, 2018 12:25:58 PM UTC
To: osm-talk <t...@openstreetmap.org>
Subject: [OSM-talk] Help me build an OSM Community Index

I’ve started building an index of OSM community resources here:

"Resources" can be links to forums, meetups, Slack groups, Facebook groups, 
mailing lists, and so on. Anything that mappers, especially beginners, might 
find interesting or helpful.


Currently when you save an edit in iD, you will see a screen prompting you to 
share your edit on Facebook, Twitter, Google+.  But we’d prefer instead to use 
this screen to let the user know more about the community around where they are 

See  https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/4815 
<https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/4815>  for discussion and some 

While the initial use of this index will be primarily to support this iD 
feature that will be released soon, I’d love to see other applications that 
have a community focus use the index as well.  For example, if you are 
reviewing an edit in OSMCha, and you see something that looks like vandalism or 
an undiscussed import and you want to ask someone in the local community to 
take a look, this index could tell you how to reach out to somebody local.

What about { existing lists / the OSM wiki }?

I did look at existing community lists, and there are several, but most of 
those lists do not support adding a bounding polygon around a community.  
Several of them do let you place a single pin where the community is, but I was 
looking for something that would let me draw complex bounding areas, and filter 
to only show communities active around in the area where a user is editing.  

We already have a successful project for sharing imagery sources that editors 
can use (see https://github.com/osmlab/editor-layer-index 
<https://github.com/osmlab/editor-layer-index> ) so I decided to create 
something very similar.

How can I help?

Glad you asked!  
1.  Go to https://github.com/osmlab/osm-community-index/ 
<https://github.com/osmlab/osm-community-index/>  and watch or star the 
project. ⭐️

2.  Read the README and CONTRIBUTING documents.  These contain info about which 
files need to be added:
Each resource needs a `.json` file to describe it, and a `.geojson` file to 
describe where the region where it is active.  (multiple resources can share a 
.geojson file)

3.  Either add the files with a Pull Request, or open an issue for somebody 
else to add the files. 



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