Projects


#978

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#945 Test Guatemala Project2

test

Created by russdeffner - Updated - Priority: urgent

#931 Shone, Ethiopia

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#928 Shashamene, Ethiopia

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#924 Tajik Hazard - ARUP Large Area

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#923 Tajik Hazard - ARUP Beginner NN 01

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#922 Tajik Hazard - ARUP Beginner NN

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#921 Tajik Hazard - ARUP Beginners

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#920 Tajik Hazard - ARUP

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent

#908 Haiti Sud, Grand Anse test

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: urgent
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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.).


New to Mapping?

Just jump over to OpenStreetMap, create an account, and then visit the LearnOSM tutorials on the Tasking Manager and the iD editor. Alternatively check out the MapGive website which also provides information on the Tasking Manager and mapping. Once you have read up on how to map, come back here to help map for people on the ground!


Questions About Tasks, Mapping or HOT?

If you have any questions about a project, a task or mapping in general please ask on our mailing list: HOT E-Mail List.

Or visit us in our IRC Chat Channel, just select #hot from the pop down channel list: OSM HOT IRC Channel #hot.

General inquries and comments are welcomed at: info@hotosm.org.