#113 - RD Congo, Sud-Kivu, Kalemie

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The goal of this task is to merge all the knowledge contained between the Bing aerial imagery and a 1:12,500 scale US Army Topographical map of the area. The job will be split into two phases, the first phase consists of tracing just the roads (and any buildings you feel like mapping). This is for beginners and also to serve as a rough basemap for the area.

(Phase one: Beginners) If you are checking out a task to work on:

  • Load the Bing aerial imagery
  • Trace all roads in the area
  • Mark the task complete

(Phase Two: Advanced Mappers) If you are checking out a task to validate:

  • Load the Army Topological map
  • In JOSM: Go to 'Imagery' -> 'Rectified Image'
  • Select 'Custom WMS Link' and paste in the following address
  • http://mapwarper.net/maps/wms/762?request=GetMap&version=1.1.1&styles=&format=image/png&srs={proj}&exceptions=application/vnd.ogc.session.inimage&width={width}&height={height}&BBOX={bbox}&

  • Trace all the building footprints from the Bing imagery

    • Check to see if any of the buildings, streets, or other features on the Army map and tag them appropriately.
    • If the OSM objects are already named, put the name on the Army Topo Map in old_name instead.
    • Use this type of tag for names taken from the map: source:name=Army Topo Map
    • Use a tag similar to the one above for other data like source:ele, source:old_name, etc.
    • Make sure that anything that is on the Army Topo Map in your area is either tagged on an object, or on a temporary node or way in the OSM DB with an appropriate fixme, and/or note tag for things you don't know how to map, this way we someone else knows they should come back later or survey on the ground to resolve the issue.
    • Mark the task complete

Created by skorasaurus - Updated - Priority: medium

  Instructions

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#hotosm-task-113
When saving your work, please leave the default comment but add what you actually mapped, for example "added buildings and a residential road".

  • Trace all the building footprints from the Bing imagery
  • Check to see if any of the buildings, streets, or other features on the Army map and tag them appropriately.
  • If the OSM objects are already named, put the name on the Army Topo Map in old_name instead.
  • Use this type of tag for names taken from the map: source:name=Army Topo Map
  • Use a tag similar to the one above for other data like source:ele, source:old_name, etc.
  • Make sure that anything that is on the Army Topo Map in your area is either tagged on an object, or on a temporary node or way in the OSM DB with an appropriate fixme, and/or note tag for things you don't know how to map, this way we someone else knows they should come back later or survey on the ground to resolve the issue.
  • Mark the task complete

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