[osm-ffm] Editing project in Frankfurt am Main and Russelsheim am Main
nmxosm at web.de
nmxosm at web.de
Mi Apr 22 13:05:50 CEST 2020
thank you for prior notice. I can speak for Frankfurt/Main only, but most of my comments should be transferable to Rüsselsheim as well.
It would be nice to have a wiki page per Organised Editing Guidelines  - I think that this document is a good (and mandatory!) basis for documentation.
Please link the wiki page at the Frankfurt wiki page .
The city of Frankfurt am Main has an opendata portal , which OpenStreetMap is allowed to use (see Frankfurt's wiki page).
Especially of interest for you should be the aerial image which has been published up to 2017 (newer imagery available at , but not allowed yet).
As I am also actively monitoring Frankfurt for changes, I ask you to keep changesets as local as appropriate, in order to simplify quality assurance.
Because further comments might only reach frankfurt at lists.openstreemap.de, I suggest that you subscribe this list for the time of your project if you haven't already.
With kind regards,
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 22. April 2020 um 11:00 Uhr
> Von: "Andreea Banciu - (p)" <andreea.banciu at telenav.com>
> An: "frankfurt at lists.openstreetmap.de" <frankfurt at lists.openstreetmap.de>
> Betreff: [osm-ffm] Editing project in Frankfurt am Main and Russelsheim am Main
> I am Andreea and I am part of the mapping team at Telenav.
> To make OpenStreetMap more navigable and accurate in guidance, our mapping team is planning to start an editing project in Frankfurt am Main and Russelsheim am Main.
> In the next weeks we will focus on editing one ways, turn restrictions, road geometry and also validating the existing map by correcting keep right errors.
> We wanted to ask for your help since you've contributed a lot to Germany OpenStreetMap community. Beside the general OSM mapping guidelines https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Attributierung_von_Stra%C3%9Fen_in_Deutschland , https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/DE:Map_Features do you have any local mapping guidelines for us? We would appreciate any hints regarding available local or governmental data that we might be able to use. Also, do you have any other communication channels we would be able to use and to be in touch with the local community?
> Really looking forward to any input and advice!
> If you have any questions or comments, please let me/us know.
> Best regards,
> Andreea Banciu
> Map Analyst
> Email: andreea.banciu at telenav.com
> Phone: +40726647710
> Web: www.telenav.com
> Postal: 21st December Street 1989, no. 77, The Office, Bloc E, 400604, Cluj-Napoca
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