@cincodenada there is an OSM replication service which shares diffs. Its how everyone keeps their OSM databases up to date. In theory, one could put that on BitTorrent too, but i don't think the bt clients are good at removing old files
Often when I want to settle and #OSM argument, the first thing I do is download the planet file...
I wonder if it's sufficient to tag a medical laboratory, where blood check service, for example, is provided, using just healthcare=laboratory, like this one:
Note that it's not rendered on Mapnik. Only its house number is. And I cannot find an appropriate amenity tag to use.
ตอบเป็นภาษาไทยก็ได้ครับ Answering in Thai is also welcome.
So, there's this concept of "implicit feudalism" in online communities. Essentially, the vast majority of online communities - from old-school forums, to facebook groups, to large platforms like Twitter and Facebook themselves, even to fediverse instances - they're all run as dictatorships by default. It's built into the software - you'll have a top admin who has full, unconstrained power, they might delegate mods who have some limited powers, and anyone else has to listen to what these dictators and lords tell them. We talk about "federating" here in the fediverse, but each individual community - as far as I'm aware of - is a little dictatorship. A federation of dictatorships is not a free society, anymore than the UN, an international body composed of "liberal democracies" and authoritarian regimes is truly democratic. We need a way to start governing online communities through actual forms of democracy.
@BalooUriza I used to just use spaces for everything, then I read that tabs allow readers to adjust the tab size. So if you have vision problems, you can make them really big. Or really small. That swung it for me
@xuv umm... “beginner mode”? I dunno....
The "Quick actions" allows one to quickly add features as you're walking along. e.g. I've done this to easily & quickly add benches while hillwalking.
Personally, I'm so comfortable with OSM, that I want to add nearly everything, so I like Vespucci.
Whatever works for you. 🙂
@xuv vespucci can do nearly everything, it's a full featured OSM editing app. Which means it is not as easy to use as streetcomplete. But you can do everything
@xuv And if you run out of quests, you can always suggest new ones to the #StreetComplete creators!
The show is in Filipino: https://invidio.us/watch?v=ahhwBYfgHVg
Kudos to the project contributors, and their allies.
(I would have thought this was obvious and clear, but it's always good to be 100% explicit & clear. Just in case).
I've added a detailed example of the input & output you can get with this tool.
I hope this makes it easier for people to explore OSM history, to find out who's doing what.
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