It is harder, more complex, more fun, doesn't track you and you can play it on any device that has a camera: It's called #WildLifePhotography.
Or if you don't have any such device try WildLifeDrawing instead, which the former is a fork of.
Gotta document them all! #Biodiversity
@paulakreuzer @switchingsocial This is quite a coherent #degrowth proposal! #Pokémon's concept in fact originated from a hobby Satoshi Tajiri had —insect collecting— when the original Gameboy's portability opened the possibility of transfering them between players.
#PokémonGO adapts the concept with the new reality: mobile internet. But there's no need for that! We now have cameras on our pockets, to catch species —in a photo— out there… and then "transfer" them in the #fediverse 🌐
@timokoesters doesn't OSMAnd have a OSM editor plugin? I'm pretty sure I remember using it while offline
Only for simple data like POIs, their tags and OSM notes. You can't edit roads at all.
If we find someone willing to develop such an app I'd gladly sponsor and promote it.
Like mentioned by others before it should:
* be free libre software and released on #FDroid
* upload all taken pictures to #Wikimedia with #CCbySa and/or other #copyleft licenses
* optionally also be usable to improve #OpenStreetMap #MLS and other cool projects
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