Often one would use a camera such as Garmin Virb to capture images over the course of a journey and upload them all at once to Mapillary. These images are sometimes problematic due to artifacts cropping up due to malfunctioning mount, rain, car reversing. This workflow adds a preview step where one would preview and then upload in bulk. Some knowledge of Python, ImageMagick is required.
Friend asked me “How did the Yellow Shirts fail?” for posterity I would like to share the lessons learned.
TL;DR: a movement driven with the aim to destroy only knows how to destroy.
A post that outlines my experiment in learning Bahasa Indonesia by identifying and memorizing 80% of the most frequently used word in a body of text. Continue reading Data driven language learning
Uber has at times been giving route previews which has differed from the renderings of Google Maps. It’s very likely that the route preview is based on OSM data.
This is a list of resources for anyone who is about to have a baby or already have young children. We’ve found that it has helped us a lot and it may help you as well.
Continue reading Parenting resources for geeks
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Commuting by bicycle in a major city can sometimes be a hair raising experience, with bicycles often having to share the road with trucks, busses, speeding cars and other motorized vehicles. One solution to this is to use Brouter that gives you alternative routes which are usually much safer and more pleasant than direct routes. I will give an example of
The Geoserver at Open Development Cambodia was configured to serve TMS tiles but it didn’t seem to work, here were the steps taken to debug and resolve the issue. Continue reading Geoserver Geocache TMS blank tiles
One of the arguments against Open Source software has traditionally been the question of support. With regular software, after you purchase it you get a phone number or an email that you contact and a paid support staff will sort out whatever issues you’re having. I’ve come to learn that this is a bit of a fallacy. Continue reading The audacity of using open source software