Peter Barth | 28 Mar 00:17 2015
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[OSM-dev] GSoC mentor informations

Hi mentors,

as I wrote in my other post, we have 54 applications by 48
different students, which is great.

I've two notes/appeals for the mentors/devs on this list:

1. as we have many projects, we might need more help to reduce
the bus factor. If you have time and feel like it, consider
dropping me a mail and adding yourself as a backup mentor.

2. All mentors that are already signed in to melange, please drop
me a mail with subject "GSoC mentor". We'd like to talk with you
about the ranking process, what you should consider,.. and for
further mentor discussions.

Thanks,
Peda

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Peter Barth | 27 Mar 23:37 2015
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[OSM-dev] Summary of GSoC applications

Hi all,

the deadline has passed and I'd like to notify you about the
current status: We have the amazing number of 54 applications,
made by 48 different students for more than 15 project ideas.

I've had a look at some of them in more details and I have to
tell you, that it'll be hard to choose which students we take as
we have many great students and applications.

Anyway, I think this will be a fun GSoC.

Happy Hacking,
Peda

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Muhammad Mahmoud ElTaweel | 27 Mar 19:57 2015
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[OSM-dev] [GSOC] - Extend GraphHopper to support Multi-Floor Indoor Navigation

My name is Muhammad ElTaweel, i'm a final-year undergraduate Computer Engineering student at Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt. 

i'm working in Indoor Navigation & Positioning [ WiFi / Dead-Reckoning ] System. and i'm already using the Awesome GraphHopper as an offline routing engine on the Android App, alongside with Mapsforge / Nutiteq different MapViews implementations. 

While outdoor mapping & navigation is mature now, The demand for indoor navigation is booming, because people spend most of their time indoors.  GraphHopper is able to work with indoor data as it does with the outdoor, but for a single floor. There is no support for Multi-Floor Indoor Navigation!  So i proposed to extend GraphHopper to support Multi-Floor Indoor Navigation.

I introduced myself to Peter "GraphHopper Author" few days ago and he is interested in the idea. then i started working on the proposal  and just finished. The proposal is on google melange now and i hope to get feedback and reviews from the mentors.  sorry for being late to introduce myself here.

Regards,
Muhammad.

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Michael Zangl | 27 Mar 15:04 2015
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[OSM-dev] GSoC: Improve the UI of OsmAnd

Hi,

I do not even know, if OsmAnd is even supported by the OpenStreetMap
project, but I was so annoyed of it this week that I wrote a proposal to
improve it.

The proposal is public, so last-minute GSoC applications might still be
possible for the same project, since I belive that my JOSM project will
be more beneficial to OSM and that it is a nicer, more compact project
ideal for GSoC.

http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/proposal/public/google/gsoc2015/michaelz/5700735861784576

Regards,
Michael

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Aleksander Ciepiela | 27 Mar 00:09 2015
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[OSM-dev] GSOC - Improve GraphHopper Routeplanner on Android

Hello,

I found this project for this year's Google Summer Of Code. 
I know that the application deadline is tomorrow, but this projects seems really nice to me. I like Android, Java and algorithms so it is like a perfect combination for me. 

Could you tell me whether someone else had already been interested in this project and are there any chances to get involved in this?

Thanks in advance for any reply. Once again, I know it is late, but maybe not too late?

Regards,
Aleksander Ciepiela
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Peter Barth | 26 Mar 22:32 2015
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[OSM-dev] Reminder: GSoC Application Deadline

Hi all,

just a quick reminder: Tomorrow, 27.3. at 19:00 UTC is the
deadline for student applications. So if you want to apply for
GSoC and haven't done so yet, do it now ;)

I'd also like to ask all mentors and possible mentors and backup
mentors to sign in to melange now. I'll post a bit more details
soon about what you have to do regarding reviewing and ranking.

Thanks,
Peda

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Ramneek Paul Singh | 24 Mar 21:21 2015
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[OSM-dev] graphhopper more information

I Need some of more information about the graphhopper . Really
interested towards it . Want a valuable information on the
requirements and how can we contribute o it ?

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Ramneek Paul Singh
http://ramneekpaulsingh.wordpress.com
" Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently "

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Divyanshu Maithani | 24 Mar 05:02 2015
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[OSM-dev] GSoC proposal queries

Greetings OSM developers

I've submitted a proposal to OSM but it hasn't been reviewed yet. I understand that there may be many proposals to go through but it would be great if I could get my proposal reviewed in order to make any necessary changes.

Thanks

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Computer Science and Engineering
National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
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Kristijan Trajkovski | 24 Mar 00:03 2015
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[OSM-dev] [GSoC] Sharing models web application info

Hello,

I would like to submit a proposal for the web application for sharing models idea.
I have experience working with the MEAN stack, as well as game development with Unity3d and computer graphics, so i think i could handle a project like this.
I would create an application using nodejs+mithril, using a mongodb or SQL database (depends on the use cases for the app) , and three.js for live rendering of the models on supported browsers.
I have read previous discussions on the subject. However, before sending in my proposal i have several questions related to the features the proposed application should have:

Except for acting as a platform for sharing models for OSM, should there be any real integration with OSM?
Also what should go into the 'managing models' part of the application? Updating models with new versions, deleting models, something more?

Thanks,
Kristijan Trajkovski
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Sören Gasch | 23 Mar 19:35 2015
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[OSM-dev] switch2osm typo

Hi everybody,

I found a minor flaw within the leaflet guide on switch2osm at

https://switch2osm.org/using-tiles/getting-started-with-leaflet/

Just above the first code sample it states a file called 
'leaflet_embed.js'. In contrast within the second code section where the 
linked javascript is called 'leaflet/leafletembed.js'

Eventually someone could fix this.

Greetz from Hanover,
Sören

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mick | 23 Mar 00:46 2015
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[OSM-dev] OSM in a Box

while searching for tools to tame some OSM data I downloaded I noticed a package called osminabox that
looked like it could help me.

reading the homepage I see that it has been broken by 64 bit osm_id's ??.

is there any work underway to repair it?
is anyone aware of what needs fixing and the scale of the task?
is there any similar project out there?

I would offer my (limited) abilities to the repair task if others are interested.

mick

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