SOTM lightning talk - QualityStreetMap.org and OSMQA
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SOTM lightning talk - QualityStreetMap.org and OSMQA SOTM lightning talk - QualityStreetMap.org and OSMQA Presentation Transcript

  • Introducing QualityStreetMap.org and OSMQA How can we make maps more efficiently when raster data sources are available ? How do we keep track of the places that have been fixed after a selective bulk import ?
  • QualityStreetMap workflow  Select working area  (Reserve this area) - optional  Load OSM data from this area in editor  Improve this data / Upload to OSM servers  Say what you've completed in this area  (Unreserve this area) - optional
  • 1) Select working area
  • 2) Reserve this area
  • 3) Work on this area
  • 3) Work on this area
  • 4) Provide feedback on what's been completed
  • 5) Unreserve the area
  • D day + 3 … Lausanne highways
  • D day + 3 … Lausanne buildings
  • D day + 3 … Pontarlier
  • OSMQA
  • OSMQA building blocks  PostgreSQL / PostGIS  MapServer  MapFish Server  GeoExt  OpenLayers
  • OSMQA features  REST API  I18n  Javascript build mechanism  Simple deploy system with config file
  • Roadmap / ideas for the future  World extent  Add WMS layers on the fly  Custom & throwable quality grids  Dimension  Extent  Tags  User login (oauth)  User has the ability to divide a tile into 4  ...
  • Thanks ! Feel free to send comments & patches ... François Van Der Biest francois.vanderbiest@gmail.com Twitter @fvanderbiest http://code.google.com/p/osmqa/