28.10.2019 18:59, marc marc пишет:
Le 28.10.19 à 15:29, Greg Troxel a écrit :
Is Merkaator a reasonable choice for OSM editing, it terms of working
with current APIs and preset notions?
I never use it myself but accord to the stat, it's still in use
in the top 10 of end-user editor.
I’d like to remind everyone that OsmAnd is an open app, with both mobile and
webside code available on GitHub. The author would be grateful if anybody here
updated the php code to use OAuth instead of login and password:
I have downloaded a planet file around... March?.. and have been updating it
using osmupdate 0.3H every two weeks or so. And now I've met a curious bug.
Look at these way nodes:
$ ./osmconvert planet-171009.o5m --out-osm | grep -A 3 '
The answer hugely depends on your task. There is no such preprocessed geojson
planet dump, because it would be huge and a pain to use.
Most people use libosmium or pyosmium to scan through the features in an OSM
file. You will get geometries and even reconstructed multipolygons. See
As you might know, the new Engineering Working Group is meeting every two weeks
on Mumble. Read the meeting minutes on the wiki:
We are not discussing any software development, but trying to help current and
There was a misunderstanding concerning the new Engineering Working
Group. We had that group for a while, it discussed a lot of engineering
topics, became a group for programmers and fizzled out two years ago.
The new EWG is not the same group. Programmers will have nothing to do
Try this one: http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/lAf
Though I'm not sure why it doesn't catch all the weird Icelandic
characters. See this post for better option, although in development:
29.01.2017 20:43, Jóhannes Birgir Jensson пишет:
Two weeks ago XML style and the corresponding infrastructure were removed from
JOSM (see https://josm.openstreetmap.de/ticket/12282). I was a frequent user of
that style, because it is much faster than the MapCSS one. Especially when
there are hundreds thousands of nodes in a view.
If you needed to revert a changeset and thought, all tools seem quite
complex, I've got you another one. It is just a python script with no
dependences on third-party libraries or frameworks.
Just do a git clone and use it (responsibly!)
Thanks for the reminder, I've updated http://textual.ru/64/ with a new
As http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/64-bit_Identifiers states, most
applications have switched to 64-bit ids. Among the exceptions seems to be OSRM
> 9 февр. 2016 г., в 10:05, Andrew Hain
reetmap-website/issues/894 for a
> longish discussion.
> Am 24.12.2015 um 15:58 schrieb Greg Troxel:
>> Ilya Zverev <i...@zverev.info>
>>> This can be made a part of a policy for allowing apps to use OSM
> 24 дек. 2015 г., в 17:58, Greg Troxel <g...@ir.bbn.com> написал(а):
> Ilya Zverev <i...@zverev.info> writes:
>> This can be made a part of a policy for allowing apps to use OSM
>> official social accounts.
> Can you explain what yo
> 25 дек. 2015 г., в 8:36, Ineiev <ine...@gnu.org> написал(а):
> On Thu, Dec 24, 2015 at 01:55:06PM +0300, Ilya Zverev wrote:
>> My answer is, absolutely. If a random person walking with their phone adds
>> opening hours or marks a shop closed, I don't care if she/h
My answer is, absolutely. If a random person walking with their phone adds
opening hours or marks a shop closed, I don't care if she/he is a part of
community or not. Having them logged in with an OSM account makes them
contactable, and that's all we need.
I think it's time to stop taking OSM
Suppose I'm working on a mobile editor for iOS and Android. You can't
edit anything without signing in, so first a user has to enter their
login and password. If they are not registered in OSM, too bad: the
registration workflow is overly complex for mobile. One has to enter
We at maps.me (well, me alone for now) are looking into simplifying OSM sign up
process on mobile devices. As you know, the current process, which involves
opening a browser, then opening a mail app, then opening a browser again, then
returning to an app and entering credentials
Why do some people keep adding NetBeans' nbproject and/or Eclipse's
.settings+.classpath+.project to most plugins? I've always considered
it a bad behaviour and added these to svn ignore list. Now for some of
my plugins I get tree conflicts, because while I didn't check in my
On 11/26/2014 07:27 PM, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
2014-11-25 13:10 GMT+01:00 Ilya Zverev i...@zverev.info
Is it me, or Clear and Dark variants from Diamond00744 look
exactly the same?
the dark version has less saturation in the colors
Vincent Privat wrote:
I have updated the wiki page:
to show latest work of our two finalists. The winner will be announced soon
and the new logo will be used for the next tested release :)
Is it me, or Clear
Paul Norman wrote:
On 10/12/2014 2:49 PM, Ilya Zverev wrote:
Hi! Yesterday I had a simple task: there is a rendering server, which
is not to be minutely updated. So its PostgreSQL database doesn't need
temporary slim tables. But I cannot import an extract without
creating those, so basically I
Hi! Yesterday I had a simple task: there is a rendering server, which is
not to be minutely updated. So its PostgreSQL database doesn't need
temporary slim tables. But I cannot import an extract without creating
those, so basically I can import 3 times less data than possible.
The solution is
Hi! Recently someone changed MapBox Imagery URL in JOSM, which resulted
in different keys for the same imagery in imagery offset database. This
prompted me to create a distinct id for mapbox imagery. The regular
expression for matching URL is
sly (sylvain letuffe) wrote:
and since diffs are only available for the whole planet
FYI, that isn't true anymore :
Geofabrik is providing daily diffs for any subregion you can imagine
...daily diffs. And, e.g. just
Hi! I think it's unfair that the entry level to producing OSM tiles is
prohibitively high: you cannot just install postgis/mapnik/mod_tile on
a $10 vps and have minutely updated country tiles. There certainly
won't be enough memory to run osm2pgsql, and since diffs are only
available for the whole
Tobias Knerr wrote:
/ Malcolm Herring wrote:
// My other wish is that disjunct outers be dis-allowed. Where multiple
// complete areas need to be associated, then this is the proper use of
/ Why? How would you draw an administrative district with an exclave?
Hi all! There has been no discussion of areas since November 2012, and
the last EWG meeting made me think of them for some reason. I believe
a proper area type can be done, and it would nicely represent every
kind of areas — from simple buildings to the coastline.
steggink at steggink.org wrote:
Can you please explain how ways referencing areas work? Preferably
with some illustrations. Either I don't get it, or it doesn't make
sense. The way as I see it now you'll get some closed loops
I've made a visual example:
Malcolm Herring wrote:
I don't like this proposal because the structure is made up of nodes
rather than ways. This will make for extremely tedious construction as
well as create much more data. Also it is too different from the
existing multipolygon method of creating generic area geometries.
Hi! I've just opened this ticket, in which I propose to include parent
/ tags to objects returned by OSM API which were requested individually
(not with map call):
The tag would allow editors to warn users when they delete or
Of course tile providers do not want you to bulk download tiles. Tiles
are not static images, but generated on every request, which places a
load on CPU and disk drives. Simply displaying a map in web browsers
is bearable, because number of tiles requested is low. What you want
is around 7-10
Hi,To download the tiles from level 0 to 17 from a US state, is the
only option to have an offline tiles server? Is there a company
allowing you to do bulk downloading of tiles?
The best option in my opinion is installing postgresql and mapnik on a
local machine, and then
Hi! For a long time there was only one reasonable tool to download and
stitch map tiles into an image: Frederik's BigMap script. Sadly it
suffered from some little design problems, which meant I had to fix
generated perl scripts by hand every time.
Today I have released BigMap 2:
Hi! GPX Planet extracts are nearly ready:
Extracts for Germany regions are still being processed, I hope to
upload them by tomorrow morning (Thursday in the worst case). All other
files are complete. You can use those extracts of
Hi! I'd like to point out that akks is currently working on a plugin to
store tile cache in a database file:
He'd be glad to receive bug reports and general testing results. Post
them in this
Hi! I have been working on the imagery offset database JOSM plugin, and
now it seems to be finished. The same could be said for the server. The
documentation is here:
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Imagery_Offset_Database (my English
seems to have degraded, so please fix any grammar
Stephan Knauss wrote:
could you give details about a use case where mapnik needs the
The official styles do not contain a reference to osm_id, it's an
internal thing in the database.
Or is it going into using osm directly as a datasource instead of
While it is possible
Andrew M. Bishop wrote:
If using the standard toolchain of osm2psql, postgresql and mapnik
what is the minimum software versions that are needed to continue
creating maps after ids reach 2^31-1?
I doubt that mapnik's handling of 32bit ids would in any way affect OSM
rendering. So you can
Hi! As some of you have read
in three days node ids are expected to surpass 2147483647, and this
Andrew M. Bishop wrote:
Since 2^31 nodes will make older versions of some software unusable
and 2^32 nodes will make other versions unusable it would be helpful
to have a wiki page to record this information. I think that most
useful would be a table of the minimum version of each piece of
I tweaked Zverik's WHODIDIT script to speed-up the queries. These
performance improvements are mainly due to the usage of a spatial
in the database.
Did you benchmark it against old version? Is the performance worth
doubling the index size and using spatial extensions? To my shame, I
Hi. Paul got it right, I've made this plugin just because there has to
be an option. It even counted days without mapping. My record is a week.
As for installing without reading, I've made all the precautions
possible. There was a big warning in plugin list, standing-out red icon
Not a day without surprise: one of josm-tested users has been greeted
with the following message: CommandLine plugin needs JOSM version 4980,
and you have 4878. It turns out, most plugins in osm svn had their
minimal versions updated to 4980, which is greater that josm-tested
For example, most drawing shortcuts - A, S, Q, X and W until
recently - are
situated in the left part of the keyboard. So mapping is one hand on
keys, and right hand on a mouse. Now those shortcuts have started to
to all of the keyboard, dramatically increasing mileage of finger
Saying at any time in the future, the josm core can take over
existing plugins shortcuts because we find it so cute and plugins
have to accept it (1) is another one. This is a kind of arrongance
and disrespect of JOSM plugins users and devs.
We did setup a shortcut collection page
Hi. The problem with shortcuts is that they all are in unordered mess.
And the only way to fix that is to establish a policy on shortcuts. And
not we take whichever we like policy. It's more like doing a proper
user experience testing.
For example, most drawing shortcuts - A, S, Q, X and W
Hi! I've read http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/Pieren/diary/15098 and
it seems that many people share an opinion that dynamic buttons are
better turned off. After I installed @4512, I was rather stunned: what?
where? It is hard to plan mouse movements when there is no destination
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