request for audiotagging
robin.paulson at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 02:14:15 CEST 2009
2009/6/5 jeremy jozwik <jerjoz.forums at gmail.com>:
>> The map in our region is rather pour and needs expanding. It is being
>> done only by two persons, although we have drawn all the streets and
>> many buildings in native town. We have named streets, because we do
>> remember their names. Numbered some of the houses — that is already
>> hard. You have to print on a piece of paper the map. And go on foot
>> around your town and just write down the numbers of houses. That is very
>> inconvenient, because it is slow and you can only do that on foot. No
>> bicycle, no car because you will have to stop many times.
>> So what's about suburbs? It is pretty undrawn. Don't know even the names
>> of streets there. So a single thing could to do is just ride them all
>> and put on a map at home using GPS tracks.
>> Much more could be done with audio tagging. Please, could someone extend
>> either TangoGPS or omgps? That will be cutting more power from battery,
>> but that will also help more. Maybe some voice autodetection(by
>> detecting loud noise for example). And using speex codec for minimum size?
yes, i do lots of osm work around my city. i find the neo is hopeless
for anything other than getting gps traces, cos it's so slow to type,
compared to a physical multitap on my old phone
i haven't tried it, but you could have a go at running josm on the neo
- it has support for synchronised audio tagging.
what's the java situation like on om phones?
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