This Talk page will serve as a sandbox for coordinating projects taking place in TA027, aka Dematisna.
Dematisna is mapped in transliterated Arabic to the west of the Strait of Abren, and transliterated Greek to the east of the strait. It has a Mediterranean/Levantine climate and landscape, and a history of Hellenisian and Mazanic influences, as well as a Castellanese colonial history from the 1450s on. The country was controlled by several Ulethan and neighboring countries as an "international zone" from 1902-1969, when it became an independent country.
There are three coordinators who share the collaborative TA027 territory: clik, Louis walker, and oscar2002. If you have an idea for a project in Dematisna, please reach out to one of these three users before any mapping begins. Dematisna is a purple—not blue—territory, meaning that while it is being collaboratively mapped, it is not "open" for anyone to do what they want, and there is an overall guiding vision.
It is very important to maintain mapping quality, so users should have a demonstrated ability to map at a high level before requesting to work in TA027.
A project can be big or small; it can be a whole city (which may get 'subcontracted' into other projects for specific pieces) or a single complex or park. We are open to new ideas, so if you have thoughts, please reach out!
|Seniqe||Louis walker||Metropolitan region of 7.5 million people on the east side of the strait||In Progress|
|Asithane||oscar2002||Metropolitan region of 5.5 million people on the west side of the strait. Read more about it here: User:Oscar2002/Sandbox/Asithane||Open|
|Topographic detailing||SwissCrusader||Adding landuse details||In Progress|
|Seniqe interchanges||Moskva||Creating motorway interchanges for Seniqe's road network||In Progress|
|Seniqe stadia||BMSOUZA||Designing a network of major and minor sports facilities||In Progress|
|Seniqe International Airport||Lyriax||Mapping the city's primary airport in detail||In Progress|
|La Avanzada||TBD||Assembly of Nations-controlled international territory at the north end of the strait||Launching later in 2019|
General discussion about Dematisna-related issues (geography, climate, culture, project ideas, etc) goes here...
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