#OpenStreetMap notes is one way of getting feedback from mappers and end-users. Unfortunately, like this particular user, who submitted these three notes in the last three years to report an issue, they are often overlooked, and local mappers are often overwhelmed by the number of notes.
I hope for tools that will allow local mappers to occasionally review notes about the same feature, having similar issues, so they can be prioritized when possible.
regex crash course!
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. matches any character
* matches any number of the last thing
+ matches more than one of the last thing
⁜ matches less than one of the last thing
• matches dead characters
⟦⟧ matches any demons inside the brackets
⸮ matches your hopes & dreams
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(?=...) this is called a lookahead assertion. it looks into the future to tell if this regex matches, and returns accordingly.
hope this helps!
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RT @cnnphlife: “Our feminism should always be in the context of social transformation. If you put feminism by itself, hanging in the air, it’s not going to do a lot of good. ” — Sr. Mary John Mananzan https://t.co/NRxHvI0qKk
Finally! The #totoros gets to meet the ergonomic mouse which arrived today. I've been using my portable wireless after the desktop mouse went belly-up the other week.
This is my first ergonomic mouse, the last one being a gaming mouse that came with the keyboard. The vertical format and new wrist position needs getting used to, and I had to use `xev` to kill buttons 8 and 9 that was programmed for forward/backward action.
Here it is, Tin-Man Rivets, a scifi story I wrote in Gosh, 2009, actually, for my friend's website, The Daily Robot. Hope you enjoy it, feel free to boost!
More than a Space:Ang Pulitika sa Kubeta https://www.bworldonline.com/more-than-a-space-ang-pulitika-sa-kubeta/
There's this BBC article about #w3w, a proprietary service to "help" determine location, and the police is said to be urging people to use it. Story mentioned how somebody got lost and was instructed by a call-handler to download said app.
Any mapping app on your phone (e.g. Google Maps) can determine your location (if you enabled it).
For the amount of time it took to get the app to work the location could've been given several times over -- just to make sure they got the coordinates right.
“I’m stricken by the ricochet wonder of it all: the plain everythingness of everything, in cahoots with the everythingness of everything else.” ~ Diane Ackerman, Diffraction (poem for Carl Sagan)
P.S. This is a correction of the original post made in 8th August, with a typo: "#mapwtrai" : https://twitter.com/GOwin/status/1159385556457000961
Our #PUPSJCWTS volunteers completed a #MapWithAI test task for #Camiguin province in today's #MapaTime. To support of the #OSMph initiative announced in last week's #PistaNgMapa, to improve baseline map data for geographies outside the capital region.
Our new #OpenStreetMap volunteers contributors agree that #RapiD editor boosted their confidence, and help them improve their own imagery interpretation skills. It also helps that we have experienced volunteers to coach them, too.
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