#TIL Today, I learned of a new hobby: “every-single-streeter”. It even has press articles, a website, a 15 min. sponsored video reportage, etc.:
Would be great if those efforts contributed street-level imagery and GPS traces to #OpenStreetMap.
Was already looking into the imagery aspect of street-level. Like most of us take images of various things all other the place and most of those images are taken from a path.
Sometimes I have used such images as references for 3d mapping structures. (Of course if the license permits it).
Though one could go through e.g. #pixelfed and see if one could create a street-level view of already existing images.
That a nice finding. I try to use a similar method when mapping street lamps (and various small stuff, like missing path or missing access=private) at my (small) city (I also included the surrounding roads). I sometimes use bike, and I use #QField to keep tracks of navigated streets (but I'll take a look at this online service)
@Doudouosm Oh no ! It isnt' self-hostable, nor even open source, and does seem to require an account on some other services. Too bad.
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