I am thinking about:
The World Augmented by OSM?
“field names as records of history”
Some first steps from an OSMer for showing field names in #OpenStreetMap in #Ireland, which can be an important part of #heritage & #history
I gave an impromptu talk on my “Top five #JOSM mapping tips” as part of #OpenStreetMap #ireland's #StayHomeAndMapIRL series.
Watch the video here:
At one point as a mistake I entered a tag in in #JOSM with `building=y` instead of `building=yes`, and now JOSM always offers that first as a shortcut, so I need to type more for `building=yes`.
Cleverly, I did this for `building=h` instead of `house` too.
Anyone know about how club/societies/“Civil Associations” in #Argentina work & operate? I have a question about cultural/society norms about that...
Is there a route planner for #OSM that'll let me set various parameters? Like "avoid roads" and "don't route through stiles" and stuff?
Find the #software to make that here: https://technomancy.org/openstreetmap/heatmaps/sport-ireland-britain/
If you make any interesting maps, please let me know. 🙂
The English West Midlands seems to be dominating the horsey set
In OSM, there seems to be a high number of golf clubs mapped around Inverness, Scotland
Rugby League, with the same scales. Clearly it's not as popular in OSM as rugby union
Rugby (Union). Munster Rugby making a strong showing.
Gaelic Games in Ireland with the same colours shows *much* more gaelic games facilities mapped in Ireland compared to cricket facilities. Hon the parish!
Cricket? In Yorkshire?!
Overview of top 10 most popular mapped sport facilities
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