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Re: [osm-nyc] Thank you!

From: Serge
Sent on: Tuesday, May 28, 2013 8:31 AM
On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 09:51:05PM -0400, Serge wrote:
> On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 02:21:44PM -0400, alyssa wright wrote:
> > Glad to hear it was a success!  Is there anyway to see the OSM
> > edits/additions that were made during that time?
> Not easily at this time.

Now that I have a bit of extra time to reply, I'll elaborate.

There's a tool I'm working on showing at SoTM US next week, and will be 
working on during the sprint which will be able to do things like this.

OMCL is designed to help users track a small area.

It does this by capturing the changes in that area, storing them and 
then providing them for display (by table, chart or map).

Similarly, it will provide a nice mechanism to be able to find out who 
the new mappers are for an area, or the most active mappers, the most 
mapped features, etc.

If you're interested in contributing, I'm going to be working on this 
tool during the Sprint and I'll be needing folks with Javascript 

- Serge

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