request for audiotagging
openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Fri Jun 5 04:16:26 CEST 2009
iirc the author of dictator added features specifically to make it usable for
audio tagging while recording tracklogs with tangogps, though it should work
with omgps too. I've not tried it though - too much wind noise when I'm
cycling. I usually stop and take notes on dead tree from time to time instead.
On Friday 05 June 2009, jeremy jozwik wrote:
> im a regular to the OSM, but have never tried audiotagging. my guess is
> that this could be done with dictator running in the background behind
> tango or omgps. though im not sure if background recording works.
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 1:14 PM, ivvmm <unachievable at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello list,
> > are there any OpenStreetMappers here? How to you map. I find it nearly
> > impossible.
> > 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?
> > Thanks.
> > p.s. yesterday one my friend read the name of omgps as 'OMG ps?'
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