I need a #NAS at home. Any recommendations for a device to buy?
I already have several 3½" harddisks, and I want to be able to root/flash it and install stock Debian/Ubuntu on it. Some some and quiet obv.
"If you want to know what surveillance technology blue-collar workers will be subjected to in 5 years, look what we're doing to prisoners; and if you want to know what white-collar workers will be subjected to in 5 years, look what we're doing a blue-collar workers." – @Doctorow@twitter.com
And done with the final day of the #OpenStreetMap Foundation Board retreat/screen2screen meeting. Another productive, informative and interesting day. It's always nice to chat with the rest of the #OSMF board, we get on well.
Want to clean up part of the map but want something a bit more familiar than what #HOTOSM is offering? I'm working on a TIGER and Building cleanup right now for #Oklahoma. It's a bit ambitiously sized, but I'm also trying to improve the #OpenStreetMap quality in rural areas significantly in addition to urban environs.
I've been doing http://streak.osmz.ru/ for the past few days and it's been a really neat way to get into improving #OpenStreetMap little by little. Tonight I sat down to add ten nodes to a river, and ended up posting up over 1000 changed nodes just now. In addition to greatly improving the way for the Ibina River in the DRC in Africa, I added over 50km of previously-unmapped tributaries while I was at it, and tidied up a few nearby villages: https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/91086728
I'm now up to 9 days in a row, and 27 points. Onward and upward :)
Have you ever thought “Gee I wonder if you took #OpenStreetMap data, and coloured the image based on the distance to the nearest building?”
No? What kind of person _are_ you? 😛
(red=0→1km, orange=1→2km, yellow=2→5km,green=5→50km, blue=>50km)
The 14th Annual General Meeting of the #OpenStreetMap Foundation will be held online on Saturday, 12 December 2020 at 16:00 UTC.
Someone made a recursive relation in #OpenStreetMap which broke our Nominatim servers. Hilariously, it was in Chernobyl.
Here's how to fix https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/dev/2020-September/030986.html
Awwwww yeah! iD, the friendly #OpenStreetMap web editor, now has a preset to easily add #Irish pubs from my propsed patch.
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