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Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions Discussions

PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:27 pm
by andrcondon
I'm on board


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Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:38 pm
by andrcondon
I'll be glad to join all the upcoming mapraids!
This has been a nice group to work with


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Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:55 pm
by andrcondon
BehnamNHappy wrote:Here is the Selfie of the last moments of Mashhad MR.
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Great & Successful Map Raid.


Great picture!

Is going to be a HOF and statistics before/after the Mapraid?

I'm hoping to join the next Mapraid!



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Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 1:06 pm
by andrcondon
Rezayarr wrote:
andrcondon wrote:I'll be glad to join all the upcoming mapraids!
This has been a nice group to work with


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Dear androcondon,

I would like to thank you personally for all your contributions in map editing in Iran.
Wherever, I go I can see your footsteps with such high accuracy , which gives me such joy and feeling of appreciation towards you.

Hope to have your help around uninterrupted.

Kind regards,
Rezayarr

Thank you very much. I do my best to leave a better map


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Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:47 am
by BehnamNHappy
In this topic we discuss about editing rules needed for Mapraid in Mashhad & Iran.
This is work in progress, please check this page again before the MapRaid begins for updates!

MapRaid dates:
From November 1st to November 14th 2016

Location:
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Where to register:
:arrow: Subscription Form for Mashhad Mapraid

Registration will be closed on 25th October 2016

Editing Goals:
  1. Fix a huge number of mistakes in in junctions which made map untrustable.
    Example: all directions in this point is allowed which should not be.
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  2. Missing Roads & disconnected Roads
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  3. Road Types.
  4. Road Names.

Guidelines:

1. Major Highways:
- Roads have at least 3 lanes in each direction.
- No stop signs or Red lights.
-Separated directions of travel.

2. Minor Highways:
- Roads have at least 3 lane in each direction.
-But they have junctions or stop signs
- Usually we name this kinds of roads as Boulevards.
3. Ramps:
- All entrance and exits between highways.
4. Primary streets:
- All roads that have at least 2 lane in each direction.
5. Streets:
- All roads that is residential and open to public. They usually have only 1 lane in each direction.
6. Private roads:
- Roads inside industrial areas.
- limited access like residents only roads.
7. Parking lot Roads:
- Used for inside parking lots (only one row is enough for entering and exiting)
- Petrol stations.

There might be local lanes parallel to Highways:
For major highways local lane set as primary street.
For minor highways set as street.

Naming Roads & Abbreviations:
1.We use dual language names in Iran to be suitable for locals + tourists & Also make TTS work which is divided by dash "-"
Example :
Mirdamad Blvd - بلوار میرداماد

2. Streets & Primary streets: Since double language make street name long Don’t add “Street” or “Avenue” in the name of roads.
3. Minor Highways: “name” Blvd - بلوار نام
4. Major Highways: “Highway name” Hwy - بزرگراه نام
5. There are roads that are divided and they have officially "West, East, South and North in their names. Example: we have "Sarv West" & Sarv East" and should be written this way: Sarv E - سرو شرقی and Sarv W - سرو غربی


Roundabouts:
Roundabouts should also be drawn as simply as possible, with single 2-way segments for each connecting road. Pairs of 1-way entry and exit segments are not really necessary (if it only divided near the roundabout) . If you have an opportunity to remove these when rebuilding a roundabout, please do so. They will look much better on the client.

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Steps for redoing a roundabout:
* Delete roundabout and 1-way "V"s
* Drag main 2-way segments to the centre
* Draw new roundabout

- Small and mini-roundabouts should be drawn as large as possible. Any with a radius much less than 10m will not be visible on the client, so aim to get them close to this size if you can.

Naming Roundabouts:
To aid navigation instructions, roundabouts should typically remain unnamed (Just City Name)- where the client comes across a segment with no name it will use the next named segment as the next named instruction whilst retaining any turn signals.

If the roundabout does have a proper, signposted name, then this can be labeled using a 'Junction/Intersection' type landmark that fills the centre of the roundabout.

-If two entry and exit segments share the same junction on the roundabout, the exit will not be counted when entering at that junction. Entry and exit segments should always be connected via separate junctions.

Rules:

1. Mass editing is forbidden (the exiting map has huge mistakes already suffer from previous mass editing).
2. Entering Speed limits for streets & ramps are forbidden.
3. Don’t name Ramps & Roundabouts (Just City name).
4. If URs problem is unclear for you Please let local editors or those map raiders that are able to read & write Persian handle those since they can better communicate with local users.
5. Don’t separate directions of Streets & Primary streets that are divided by just cement blocks.
Example:
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Mashhad's Municipality Map
Street veiw is availave also

Map Raid Group Chat:

Telegram app will be used for Group chat between raiders.
It supports nearly all platforms: iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows & MacOS.
- Invitation link will be sent to raiders before map raid start.

Last Update 24/Oct/2016 08:00 GMT

Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions Discussions

PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:47 am
by BehnamNHappy
Reserved...

Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions Discussions

PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 6:54 pm
by BehnamNHappy
russwd wrote:Will there be GIS?


Hi,
Mashhad's Municipality Map link added to 1st post.

Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions Discussions

PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:06 am
by BehnamNHappy
kahlcolimon wrote:Greetings. Is there any possibility of using "Slack" as communication platform. I ask this question because this platform is that we use in most MapRaids. However if it is not possible there is no problem. It's just a suggestion.


Greetings to you too,
Thanks for your suggestion, I'll check Slack.
But Telegram is the most popular in Iran & Slack is unknown, so for this map raid we use Telegram.
We will have huge works to do in this 1.648 million km² Country (18th in the world) and this is just the 1st map raid.
So will check it for next map raids.

Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:33 pm
by BehnamNHappy
Rigobert-7 wrote:Because of it I say that to have to a help extra to understand his language is cost for those that we begin for the first time in iran


Sorry, I didn't get what you mean.

kahlcolimon wrote:Greetings. Given the proximity of the start of the MapRaid, already exists telegram link?

Hi,
It's planed to start MR on 1st November.
The group link will the sent by PM on 31 October.
Just install the app and be ready ;)


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Re: Mashhad Mapraid editing instructions & Rules

PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 4:25 am
by BehnamNHappy
Rigobert-7 wrote:extra help to understand the Persian language is good as you refer to the online translator fails

I'm not good at online translation :?


We will have 4 map raiders that know Persian (read/write) and they help others in Persian in the group. On 31 oct. all map raiders will receive the group link by PM.


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