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#142 Vilankulo Bed Net Surveillance Program - Mapinhane

Please PROJECT HAS BEEN MOVED TO HOT'S TASKING MANAGER - Please Map it there!

Link to new project: Mapinhane, Mozambique - Vilankulo Bed Net Surveillance Program

Peace Corps Mozambique is requesting assistance in creating a basemap of all towns and cities within the district of Vilankulo, Inhambane Province. The finished maps will be used primarily as foundations for mapping mosquito net coverage within each town. Surveys regarding net coverage will be facilitated by local health workers through CommCare's smart phone-driven, paperless survey application. Follow-up distributions of bed nets will use the subsequent survey data and OSM basemap to inform their campaigns.

Created by Aristophanes_1 - Updated - Priority: low

#141 San Jose Sidewalks import - Crossings Edition

Advanced mappers only!

Created by 3vivekb - Updated - Priority: medium

#134 Providence Bike Infrastructure

Updating attributes of Providence streets to ensure the Bike Network Analysis being run in early January gives us as accurate a picture of bike safety as possible.

Created by Alex KG Ellis - Updated - Priority: medium

#133 Bình Định - Machine Learning training set

By mapping parts of Vietnam, contributors will take part in training a machine how to recognize highways and rural roads in the country.

Created by kamicut - Updated - Priority: low

#132 Santa Clara County Pedestrian Network

We are tagging street center lines in order to create a pedestrian network for Santa Clara County.

Created by chaemassey - Updated - Priority: low

#131 Allegheny County Building Import

Import buildings in and around Pittsburgh, PA.

Created by GeoKitten - Updated - Priority: low

#130 South Bay: Add points of interest from Mapillary

Improve coverage of points of interest in the South Bay using Mapillary imagery.

Created by 3vivekb - Updated - Priority: low

#129 Tracing Building Footprints in Hollywood, Florida

Task to create accurate building footprints in Hollywood, Florida

Created by nikh1ll - Updated - Priority: medium

#128 Hurricane Maria | 2017 - Puerto Rico - Roads JOSM Validation Only

EXPERIENCED MAPPERS ONLY - 1+ YEAR OF OSM MAPPING NEEDED

This project needs NO validation, it IS validation. These are one pass tiles by experts correcting errors and warnings

This is the new top priority Roads Validation Project - questions to osm-us slack and while mapping

This is a validation and road improvement only project - See instructions - Experienced JOSM mappers only please

You should join OSM-US local slack #disaster channel while mapping these tasks

Mapping project in response to hurricane Maria (Sept 2017)

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#127 San José Sidewalks Import

Import and fix sidewalks using San José Public Works data.

Created by 3vivekb - Updated - Priority: medium
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About the Tasking Manager

OSM Tasking Manager is a mapping tool designed and built for the Humanitarian OSM Team collaborative mapping. The purpose of the tool is to divide up a mapping job into smaller tasks that can be completed rapidly. It shows which areas need to be mapped and which areas need the mapping validated.

This approach facilitates the distribution of tasks to the various mappers in a context of emergency. It also permits control of the progress and the homogeneity of the work done (e.g. elements to cover, specific tags to use, etc.).


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