#2648 - Cyclone Enawo: Antalaha, Madagascar - BUILDINGS TASK (Archived)

Please donate!
samlibby marked #129 as done

Boggedy validated #311

Boggedy validated #110

Boggedy validated #286

Boggedy validated #107

Boggedy validated #95

MireilleR marked #95 as done

samlibby validated #147

samlibby validated #148

samlibby validated #128

samlibby invalidated #129

samlibby validated #130

samlibby validated #290

samlibby validated #288

samlibby validated #291

samlibby validated #289

samlibby validated #153

samlibby validated #135

samlibby validated #115

samlibby validated #116

This project was archived.

  • Requesting Organization: IFRC
  • Priority: Urgent

BUILDINGS ONLY.

On Tuesday, March 7th, a Cyclone Enawo with wind speeds equivalent to that of a category 4 hurricane, made landfall in the north east of Madagascar. This is the strongest cyclone that has impacted the country in the last 13 years. Much of the nation's roads are dirt, and due to rains and flooding, reaching the most heavily impacted areas will be difficult. Until cloud free, post-event imagery is available, ensuring a complete road network for base map data is important for organizations responding on the ground.

Created by Giblet - Updated - Priority: medium

  Instructions

Entities to Map
BUILDINGS ONLY
Changeset Comment
#hotosm-project-2648 #redcross #CycloneEnawo
When saving your work, please leave the default comment but add what you actually mapped, for example "added buildings and a residential road".

Imagery

Please use Bing imagery for this task

Mapping Buildings

  • Please accurately outline all the buildings you can find. The outline should be for the full size of the building even if it is partly covered by trees in the imagery.
  • After drawing the outline, use the 's' key in the web editor to "square" the corners.
  • Many buildings are very close, but do not actually touch each other, try to map them close to each other without letting them connect or share nodes with each other, roads or residential area outlines. In the iD web editor, holding down the "alt" key will keep nodes of "snapping" to each other and accidentally connecting.
  • In the iD web editor, the first time you map a building you will use the "Building" category and then at the bottom of the list select "Building" again, this is the most generic building tag we can use as we almost never can tell the more specific use of any building from imagery alone.

  Start contributing

Contributors Done Assigned