But then I read the Terms & Conditions. 🤮 To use Aether, you have a contract with a private company, with forced arbitration, no class action, with the company able to change the contract at will.
Its probably just a copy/paste contract. But I don't trust this sort of set up. I've seen it all before. When the VC money comes round, when the shareholders say things...
A big mapping party in Marikina, Metro Manila, Philippines. The Lilac Street area was divided up and mapped in detail as described on @GOwin 's diary: https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/GOwin/diary/47558 @MapAmorePH
@ND3JR Oh I often map when I'm travelling too!
@gappleto97 depends a lot on personal circumstances I suppose, but ensuring you spend less than you earn, and saving for a rainy day is always good advice?
@ND3JR The 3rd (OSMI) is for "not correctly tagged maxspeed", missing maxspeed isn't included.
It shows some data for USA ( http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=highways&lon=-26.72983&lat=18.23330&zoom=2&overlays=maxspeed ). I think there just isn't much maxspeed tags (or *incorrect* maxspeed tags) in USA
The OSM Inspector from Geofabrik also can show bad `maxspeed=*` values:
Do you know about OpenAddresses? ( https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenAddresses.io ) They are collating "open" data address files? Ish.
@61 I've had success running minidlna on a fileserver, which shares video files over a local network. VLC supports it out of the box.
What do you think about some of the intro stuff on the wiki? https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/About_OpenStreetMap
@socalledunitedstates @GreenandBlack @scottishwobbly I am trying to improve the mapping of #LGBTQ venues in #OSM, and there are smilar concerns. I'm using the rule of "if the venue has a big rainbow flag outside, then add it."
#OpenStreetMap has an "on the ground rule", where in theory you can map something if you can see it from outside.
So a shelter for domestic violence victims shouldn't be mapped (as such) if it's supposed to be secret and (say) just looks like a house from outside.