Re: [OSM-dev] dev Digest, Vol 158, Issue 3

2018-05-16 Thread Tomas Straupis
Hello 2018-05-16 10:01 GMT+03:00 SandorS wrote: > The statement was not quite wise and in some aspects it is wrong. Blindly > trusting open source solutions is not the best thing for a newcomer > especially not for a developer. By experience I know that sometimes a hint, > a simple warning may

Re: [OSM-dev] issue with geofabrik europe update

2018-05-16 Thread Frederik Ramm
Hi, On 05/16/18 14:43, Julien Fastré wrote: > We had a strange issue with a europe diff update from geofabrik: the > diff file is not a valid xml. And that's entirely my fault for using "sed" to modify a couple of .osc files around the beginning of May. Sorry for that! It was after we got rid of

[OSM-dev] issue with geofabrik europe update

2018-05-16 Thread Julien Fastré
Hi, We had a strange issue with a europe diff update from geofabrik: the diff file is not a valid xml. The affected file: http://download.geofabrik.de/europe-updates/000/001/872.osc.gz We encounter an error when parsing this file with osmosis: ```

Re: [OSM-dev] dev Digest, Vol 158, Issue 3

2018-05-16 Thread SandorS
>> >>Date: Thu, 3 May 2018 08:28:09 +0300 >>From: Tomas Straupis >>Anyways, there is no point of talking about who first, last, only >>etc. All approaches using closed commercial software are pointless for >>OSM - it cannot be reused. Everything can be done with open