In honour of Aaron Swartz Day, here's a link to the award-winning documentary about him, which you can legally watch right here on the Fediverse thanks to its creative commons licence:
...and here's a tip about one of the technologies which Swartz played a major role in developing...
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I've never felt optimistic for the future before.
@amapanda do you know if geofabriks taginfo server will get the Chronology tab?
The first brick has fallen. Now let the wall come down.
And the tool to make TransXChange files?
Quite proud of some of the work I've done in Gunville lately. Including one of the new residential areas, where I've managed to add some address address nodes where some buildings haven't finished being built, or even started in a couple of cases.
BTW, you're all my friends! Especially if I've never met you AFK.
(Unless I've told you otherwise :p)
Also theses almost certainly shouldn't be tagged as caravan sites you can't bring your own caravan. What would be a better tag?
Address work is almost done, need 1 more survey to get the last few.
Got some bin data already, will upload it later.
Would be interesting to map the individual camp pitches, but the imagery isn't good enough to see them.
Sounds like a horrendous place to work, with them gloating only 8 employees for a supermarket, 12 hour shifts and (basically) minimum wage.
In case you've not heard, I'm a little obsessed with #OpenStreetMap. I also ❤️ free software.
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