[OSM-dev] Resurrecting deleted objects

2007-12-21 Thread Dave Hansen
I was inspired to do this because a few TIGER uploads have had issues when someone deleted nodes in the middle of an upload. So far, I've fixed those up by hand, but they *SUCK* to do that way. Anyway, here's an update to the perl APIClientV5 which allows bringing objects back from the dead.

Re: [josm-dev] Jumbo Patch

2007-12-21 Thread Dave Hansen
On Sun, 2007-12-16 at 19:54 +0100, Gabriel Ebner wrote: Skimming over them using page-down, it's clear which ones are just getFoo { return foo; } and which are more complicated. I'm perfectly OK with accessor functions that actually do something and that make the code clearer (and/or

Re: [OSM-dev] UTF-8 problems in informationfreeway?

2007-12-21 Thread Brett Henderson
Stefan Baebler wrote: On Dec 21, 2007 7:41 AM, Brett Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm a dufus, I may have found the problem. I didn't have the production encoding hack enabled on the hourly diffs, I've enabled it now. Presumably this means that most non ascii characters were being

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis - sorted streams

2007-12-21 Thread Frederik Ramm
Hi, Yep, they require sorted input. I should add a validation check in the code to error if non-sorted input is detected. And I should add documentation to the wiki ... I have done the latter. Bye Frederik -- Frederik Ramm ## eMail [EMAIL PROTECTED] ## N49°00.09' E008°23.33'

Re: [OSM-dev] UTF-8 problems in informationfreeway?

2007-12-21 Thread Karl Newman
On Dec 21, 2007 3:09 PM, Brett Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stefan Baebler wrote: On Dec 21, 2007 7:41 AM, Brett Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm a dufus, I may have found the problem. I didn't have the production encoding hack enabled on the hourly diffs, I've enabled it

[OSM-dev] Messing with planet

2007-12-22 Thread Andy Robinson (blackadder)
I tried to uncompress the latest planet last night (first time in quite a while) which failed when the disk on my hand-me-down dev box was full :-( Would be helpful if those with planet experience could share your current method of processing and analysing planet and the amount of disk and memory

Re: [OSM-dev] Messing with planet

2007-12-22 Thread Jon Burgess
On Sat, 2007-12-22 at 11:24 +, Andy Robinson (blackadder) wrote: I tried to uncompress the latest planet last night (first time in quite a while) which failed when the disk on my hand-me-down dev box was full :-( Would be helpful if those with planet experience could share your current

Re: [OSM-dev] Messing with planet

2007-12-22 Thread Jon Burgess
On Sat, 2007-12-22 at 15:22 +0100, Martijn van Oosterhout wrote: How big is the uncompressed planet dump these days anyway... Something rediculous no doubt... $ gzip -dc planet-071219.osm.gz | wc -c 56837660410 or 53GiB! Jon ___ dev

[OSM-dev] Street Addresses with Relations?

2007-12-25 Thread Dave Hansen
Andy, thanks for the pointer! On Mon, 2007-12-24 at 11:30 -0700, Kelly Jones wrote: I'd like to upload 200K+ nodes that weren't obtained from a GPS track. Specifically, the nodes representing every street address in Albuquerque, NM: http://www.cabq.gov/gisshapes/ I've confirmed this

[OSM-dev] simplify ways/polygons in Java

2007-12-25 Thread Marcus Wolschon
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I am looking for some java-code to simplify ways to generate simplified, pre-computed maps for low zoom-levels. (Like showing all of berlin or europe in Traveling Salesman after zooming out.) Does anyone know of such code or a simple algorithm to

Re: [OSM-dev] Street Addresses with Relations?

2007-12-25 Thread Karl Newman
On Dec 25, 2007 8:19 AM, Dave Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andy, thanks for the pointer! On Mon, 2007-12-24 at 11:30 -0700, Kelly Jones wrote: I'd like to upload 200K+ nodes that weren't obtained from a GPS track. Specifically, the nodes representing every street address in

Re: [OSM-dev] Deleting Wiki Contents (was: Street Addresses with Relations?)

2007-12-25 Thread Karl Newman
On Dec 25, 2007 2:52 PM, Frederik Ramm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Karl Newman wrote: The proposal page is a mess, and I'm tempted to wipe it out and start over. This is something that should be done more often, and more liberally, on our Wiki. Only recently someone said on the

Re: [OSM-dev] querying mapnik data

2007-12-27 Thread Jochen Topf
On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 03:43:32PM +0100, Joerg Ostertag (OSM Munich/Germany) wrote: I would like to query mapnik data directly from the postgis Database. Can anyone give me a hint which SELECT statements I would need to querey all streets in a bounding Box or in the (surrounding) area of a

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-users] How does Mapnik know which nodes are important?

2007-12-27 Thread Jon Burgess
On 27/12/2007, Gabriel Ebner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 02:06:48AM +, Jon Burgess wrote: By using QuadTiles, you only have to look at 120,000 nodes (10,000 nodes each for the QuadTile and all of its parents) to determine what to map. Of course, you could use

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-users] How does Mapnik know which nodes are important?

2007-12-27 Thread Gabriel Ebner
On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 03:29:47PM +, Jon Burgess wrote: On 27/12/2007, Gabriel Ebner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 02:06:48AM +, Jon Burgess wrote: By using QuadTiles, you only have to look at 120,000 nodes (10,000 nodes each for the QuadTile and all of its

Re: [OSM-dev] querying mapnik data

2007-12-27 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Dec 27, 2007 4:21 PM, Jochen Topf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The 3395 ist the so-called SRID, the projection used. Mapnik db uses WGS84 Mercator. Note this is a paramter of the conversion. On my sites I use Spherical Mercator (900913) which avoid an extra reprojection in TileCache/Mapnik.

Re: [OSM-dev] [OSM-talk] Ideas for OSM enhancements

2007-12-28 Thread Karl Newman
On Dec 28, 2007 4:04 PM, Andy Allan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 28, 2007 8:14 PM, Karl Newman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can you enlighten me--what is the tiling problem? Steve Radcliffe or Computerteddy may want to correct me on this, since they know more than I do. There's a size

Re: [OSM-dev] [OSM-newbies] How to convert NAD83 to latitude/longitude?

2007-12-31 Thread Andy Allan
On Dec 31, 2007 12:30 AM, Kelly Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, Andy. I found that using cURL did exactly what I wanted, without my having to use Flash, download Java 1.5, etc. At the risk of offending TPTB (which I believe includes yourself?), I documented the process:

Re: [OSM-dev] [OSM-talk] Ideas for OSM enhancements

2008-01-01 Thread Brett Henderson
Karl Newman wrote: Okay, that's no big deal. It's actually astounding to me that you put were able to the entire planet into a single img file... (obviously in pre-TIGER days). Anyway, I'm planning on writing a tiling task for Osmosis (probably not part of the Osmosis codebase, more likely a

Re: [OSM-dev] Managing large XML files aka osm.xml

2008-01-02 Thread Artem Pavlenko
On 2 Jan 2008, at 16:37, Stefan de Konink wrote: On Wed, 2 Jan 2008, Artem Pavlenko wrote: David Siegel implemented support for libxml2 parser in Mapnik, check it out : I was able to load the entiere planet.osm into MonetDB4 (XML), but incompare to the SQL version it is not optimal. And

Re: [OSM-dev] Managing large XML files aka osm.xml

2008-01-02 Thread Artem Pavlenko
On 2 Jan 2008, at 16:46, Andy Allan wrote: Hi Artem, This is really useful. I think it'll be especially handy for me if our main osm.xml file uses this - at the moment it's quite a lengthy procedure to resync the cycle map with the base osm.xml, since I'm trying to keep all of the roads

Re: [OSM-dev] Automatic Spell check service

2008-01-02 Thread Tom Hughes
On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder if it could be accepted that every day an automatic spell check script would operate on the database and checks for less common 'name' tags for automatic spelling corrections. select name, count(name) AS count from way_tags

Re: [OSM-dev] Automatic Spell check service

2008-01-02 Thread Tom Hughes
On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes schreef: On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder if it could be accepted that every day an automatic spell check script would operate on the database and checks for less common 'name' tags for

Re: [OSM-dev] Automatic Spell check service

2008-01-02 Thread Stefan de Konink
Tom Hughes schreef: On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes schreef: On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder if it could be accepted that every day an automatic spell check script would operate on the database and checks for less common

Re: [OSM-dev] Automatic Spell check service

2008-01-02 Thread Tom Hughes
On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes schreef: On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes schreef: On 02/01/2008, Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder if it could be accepted that every day an automatic spell check

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-02 Thread Andy Allan
On Jan 2, 2008 9:55 PM, Artem Pavlenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello lists, Sometime last year I was inspired by http://www.srtm.com and I even contacted developer to see if we can use SRTM derived relief maps in OSM. I don't remember all details but reply was somewhat ambiguous: yes OSM

Re: [OSM-dev] osm2pgsql

2008-01-02 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Jan 2, 2008 11:18 PM, Artem Pavlenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Recently, while porting osm2pgsql to win32 platform (native compiler vc_80) I came across constructs like: Whoops, that's an odd mixture of C99 and GCC. I believe the above is an *obsolete* syntax from ancient GCC (

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-02 Thread Nick Whitelegg
On Wednesday 02 Jan 2008 22:31, Andy Allan wrote: On Jan 2, 2008 9:55 PM, Artem Pavlenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello lists, Sometime last year I was inspired by http://www.srtm.com and I even contacted developer to see if we can use SRTM derived relief maps in OSM. I don't remember

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Richard Fairhurst
Andy Allan wrote: [srtm2shp] I had seen that when you posted about it recently. I haven't tried it out yet, but I have more confidence in the usefulness of your scripts than of mine, but I couldn't get the older version of your scripts to work for me. There's also DEM2TOPO, which I use, and

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Martin Spott
Andy Allan wrote: One of the things I haven't worked out yet is how to render planet-wide contours in an efficient manner, since the shapefiles mulitply either in size or number to rather large amounts (for 10m contours especially) as I start including europe, never mind in the US. I found

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Nick Whitelegg
On Thursday 03 Jan 2008 08:53, you wrote: On Jan 2, 2008 11:50 PM, Nick Whitelegg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Andy, There is the srtm2shp utility available in SVN which outputs a shapefile of contours, it outputs in Mercator - is that any good? It doesn't deal with SRTM voids yet.

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Lambertus
Igor Brejc wrote: Lambertus wrote: Will this be able to write the SRTM data as ways to .osm files as well? AFAIK there is no such utility yet, but it would be useful for creating e.g. Garmin maps. Srtm2Osm converts SRTM3 data to OSM ways and can also categorize them so that they can

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Nick Whitelegg
On Thursday 03 Jan 2008 09:31, Martin Spott wrote: Andy Allan wrote: One of the things I haven't worked out yet is how to render planet-wide contours in an efficient manner, since the shapefiles mulitply either in size or number to rather large amounts (for 10m contours especially) as I

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM relief

2008-01-03 Thread Andy Allan
On Jan 3, 2008 9:11 AM, Richard Fairhurst [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andy Allan wrote: [srtm2shp] I had seen that when you posted about it recently. I haven't tried it out yet, but I have more confidence in the usefulness of your scripts than of mine, but I couldn't get the older version

Re: [OSM-dev] curves

2008-01-03 Thread Andy Robinson (blackadder)
Frederik Ramm wrote: Sent: 03 January 2008 4:53 PM To: Robert (Jamie) Munro Cc: dev Openstreetmap Subject: Re: [OSM-dev] curves Hi, What people think about explicitly supporting curves as a part of geometry model? This way we can model the world better. When I suggested this before, someone

Re: [OSM-dev] curves

2008-01-03 Thread Artem Pavlenko
On 3 Jan 2008, at 16:53, Frederik Ramm wrote: Hi, What people think about explicitly supporting curves as a part of geometry model? This way we can model the world better. When I suggested this before, someone said it was patented, possibly by either NavTeq or TeleAtlas, Navteq

Re: [josm-dev] problems with saving files in JOSM

2008-01-03 Thread Karl Newman
On Jan 3, 2008 9:56 AM, Ulf Lamping [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Igor Brejc schrieb: A month or so ago I reported a bug with saving OSM files in JOSM (version from 2007-12-29). Basically, neither the Save or Save As seem to function after the first saving of newly downloaded OSM data (I'm

[OSM-dev] autmatically installing smaller planet files into mapnik

2008-01-03 Thread Joerg Ostertag (OSM Munich/Germany)
I just added an option to the mapnik-osm-updater.sh to enable you to install one of the small planet excerpts from Freds Geofabrik page ... mapnik-osm-updater.sh --all-planet-geofabrik=europe/germany/baden-wuerttemberg To get a list of alll available ... use: mapnik-osm-updater.sh

Re: [OSM-dev] UTF-8 problems in informationfreeway?

2008-01-03 Thread Stefan Baebler
Hi again! Osmxapi behaves much better now, but there is a problem with my test node in planet.osm it is: node id=29161753 timestamp=2007-12-22T05:59:49Z lat=46.1356895 lon=14.7445634 tag k=created_by v=JOSM/ tag k=name v=Moravče/ tag k=is_in v=Slovenia, Europe/ tag k=place v=town/ tag k=note

Re: [OSM-dev] UTF-8 problems in informationfreeway?

2008-01-04 Thread 80n
On Jan 4, 2008 11:13 AM, Stefan Baebler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 4, 2008 11:22 AM, 80n [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The 100 character truncation was a bug in Osmxapi, which is fixed now. Goodie. About 600 tags (out of 180 million) are affected in Osmxapi's database, these will get

Re: [OSM-dev] UTF-8 problems in informationfreeway?

2008-01-04 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Jan 4, 2008 11:22 AM, 80n [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The 100 character truncation was a bug in Osmxapi, which is fixed now. Goodie. About 600 tags (out of 180 million) are affected in Osmxapi's database, these will get corrected as they percolate through from the osmosis feed. Surprisingly

Re: [OSM-dev] curves

2008-01-04 Thread bvh
On Fri, Jan 04, 2008 at 03:02:15PM +, Artem Pavlenko wrote: What I could see working is something like this : we define a standard interpolation method that turns a set of point into a sucession of bezier curves. (for an example see

Re: [OSM-dev] SRTM void fill

2008-01-04 Thread Anselm Hook
Does anyone know if an open source, cross platform SRTM void filling application already exists? There seem to be some corrected data sets but some of those use copyrighted source data. Maybe ask at #geo or on the geowanking / GDAL / OGC list ? dev@openstreetmap.org

Re: [OSM-dev] Clickable POIs - use marker/pushpin layer?

2008-01-08 Thread Andy Allan
On Jan 8, 2008 11:13 AM, Richard Fairhurst [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nick Whitelegg wrote: Before I get too far with this do people think it would be better to generate a layer of markers/pushpins for the POIs or have the user click on the map directly? Strong preference for the latter.

Re: [OSM-dev] Proposal for new [EMAIL PROTECTED] lowzoom method

2008-01-08 Thread Milenko
The section you have done so far looks great to me. Seems to have the perfect amount of detail at the two levels that are rendered. I don't see any tiles at zoom 9 or 8, I guess you haven't rendered them yet. I think the transparent layer had something to do with IE not correctly displaying

Re: [OSM-dev] Clickable POIs - use marker/pushpin layer?

2008-01-08 Thread graham
Richard Fairhurst wrote: Nick Whitelegg wrote: Before I get too far with this do people think it would be better to generate a layer of markers/pushpins for the POIs or have the user click on the map directly? Strong preference for the latter. Markers and pushpins will make our

[OSM-dev] SVN Commit Errors

2008-01-08 Thread Brent Easton
I am getting an unusal error when trying to commit some Osmarender changes. Has anyone seen these before? *** Commit svn commit D:\eclipse32\workspace\tilesathome\osmarender\osm-map-features-z10.xml -m Provide default rendering for disused railways - same as preserved --username brent RA

Re: [OSM-dev] [OSM-talk] Osmosis and large bounding polygons

2008-01-08 Thread Brett Henderson
Nice work on the script! Frederik Ramm wrote: A better way to do this would be using the algorithms I nicked from GPSBabel and implemented in the simplify way code for JOSM but I'm not in a mood to perlify them atm. Would it be simpler to add the polygon simplification into the polygon

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-devel] reliefs madness

2008-01-09 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Jan 9, 2008 10:26 AM, Artem Pavlenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://mapnik.org/maps/srtm_relief/ All I can say is *wow*. Does this take a lot of processing power? Because it would be a nice backdrop for OSM maps. I'm aware of voids and 'below sea level' areas (TODO) and I'm looking for

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-devel] reliefs madness

2008-01-09 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Jan 9, 2008 1:44 PM, Artem Pavlenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK, below sea level is now corrected : http:// artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/files/reliefs/water.jpg but there are still lots of water around. I guess this represents reality. From this zoom-level it's hard to be sure, but it looks

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-devel] reliefs madness

2008-01-09 Thread Jochen Topf
On Wed, Jan 09, 2008 at 12:44:51PM +, Artem Pavlenko wrote: I think areas below sea level should just get the darkest green. In most cases it is probably not necessary to distinguish the details. OK, below sea level is now corrected :

Re: [OSM-dev] [Mapnik-devel] reliefs madness

2008-01-09 Thread Artem Pavlenko
On 9 Jan 2008, at 12:59, Jochen Topf wrote: On Wed, Jan 09, 2008 at 12:44:51PM +, Artem Pavlenko wrote: I think areas below sea level should just get the darkest green. In most cases it is probably not necessary to distinguish the details. OK, below sea level is now corrected :

[OSM-dev] relief madness

2008-01-09 Thread Artem Pavlenko
OK, SWBD masking does the trick : http://artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/ files/reliefs/srtm_masked.jpg I even managed to drain the fens :http://artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/ files/reliefs/the_fens.jpg :P ___ dev mailing list dev@openstreetmap.org

Re: [OSM-dev] Issue saving wiki page

2008-01-09 Thread Robin Paulson
On 10/01/2008, Gregory Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've just tried to save an update to [Yahoo!_Aerial_Imagery/Coverage] and get the following error: Warning: require(/var/www/wiki.openstreetmap.org/extensions/ConfirmEdit/ConfirmEdit_body.php) [function.require]: failed to open

[OSM-dev] Wiki down?

2008-01-09 Thread Matt Williams
When trying to edit any page on the wiki, I'm getting the following error messages: Warning: require(/var/www/wiki.openstreetmap.org/extensions/ConfirmEdit/ConfirmEdit_body.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in

Re: [OSM-dev] Issue saving wiki page

2008-01-09 Thread Gregory Williams
It appears to be working again now. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Robin Paulson Sent: 9 January 2008 19:34 To: dev Openstreetmap Subject: Re: [OSM-dev] Issue saving wiki page On 10/01/2008, Gregory Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [OSM-dev] SVN Commit Errors

2008-01-09 Thread Brent Easton
Tom, I have tried 3 different clients now and all are reporting exactly the same error. I have checked out a new copy of the source with a different client, updated a file and tried to commit. Same thing. Regards, Brent. *** REPLY SEPARATOR *** On 9/01/2008 at 2:54 PM

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM clickable POIs - implementation?

2008-01-09 Thread Sebastian Spaeth
Shaun McDonald wrote: On 6 Jan 2008, at 15:55, Christopher Schmidt wrote: Something like this? http://crschmidt.net/osm/osm.html http://crschmidt.net/osm/history.html?type=wayid=8615004 This all works directly against the API, and should work in FF1.5+, IE6+, Opera 8+, and Safari 3+.

Re: [OSM-dev] relief madness

2008-01-10 Thread Andy Robinson (blackadder)
Artem Pavlenko wrote: Sent: 09 January 2008 6:48 PM To: dev Openstreetmap Subject: [OSM-dev] relief madness OK, SWBD masking does the trick : http://artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/ files/reliefs/srtm_masked.jpg I even managed to drain the fens :http://artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/

Re: [OSM-dev] A0 or A1 OSM map poster and other conference stuff

2008-01-10 Thread Frederik Ramm
Hi, I will be manning an OSM stand at the next OpenExpo(.ch) in Bern, Switzerland in March. I need a poster for that. Unfortunately, I have forgotten how people have been creating these so far. There was a postscript renderer somewhere in CVS right? Or have people been using Mapnik

Re: [OSM-dev] [OSM-talk] Osmosis and large bounding polygons

2008-01-10 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Jan 9, 2008 7:34 PM, Jeremy Adams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How did you go about editing the polygon? I'd go through a edit it by hand if I knew of some way to do this efficiently. Is there some way to get this converted into an .osm so I could edit with JOSM and then convert back? I

Re: [OSM-dev] Proposal for new [EMAIL PROTECTED] lowzoom method

2008-01-10 Thread Brent Easton
Excellent, Great job. It looks terrific. Brent. *** REPLY SEPARATOR *** On 10/01/2008 at 9:45 AM 80n wrote: I've now generated new lowzoom tiles from z8 to z11 for a bit of southern England and the area around Paris.

[OSM-dev] API: how to retrieve ways which cross a tile?

2008-01-10 Thread osm
Hi, when I download data using a bounding box, I get all nodes and all ways with at least one node in the BB. But imagine a street just crossing the edge of the BB with its nodes outside the BB, none inside the BB. This way would not be returned upon the request. In my own program when I

Re: [OSM-dev] relief madness

2008-01-11 Thread Artem Pavlenko
I rendered some relief tiles with OSM major roads on top : http://mapnik.org/maps/srtm_relief/ Artem On 11 Jan 2008, at 11:10, Artem Pavlenko wrote: On 10 Jan 2008, at 09:21, Andy Robinson ((blackadder)) wrote: Artem Pavlenko wrote: Sent: 09 January 2008 6:48 PM To: dev Openstreetmap

Re: [OSM-dev] SVN Commit Errors

2008-01-11 Thread Grant Slater
Is there a way I could determine this from my end? I see no indication on my ISP's events page. http://www.lagado.com/proxy-test ___ dev mailing list dev@openstreetmap.org http://lists.openstreetmap.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dev

[OSM-dev] osm2pgsql.exe

2008-01-11 Thread Artem Pavlenko
Hello windows users, osm2pgsql.exe has arrived : http://artem.dev.openstreetmap.org/files/ osm2pgsql_latest.exe.zip Enjoy! Artem ___ dev mailing list dev@openstreetmap.org http://lists.openstreetmap.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dev

Re: [OSM-dev] Garmin Map for UK

2008-01-11 Thread Michael Kugelmann
Hello Stuart, Thought I'd say hello to the list. Just started out using OSM. a warm welcome to you. I'm currently working on getting OSM for the UK into Garmin map format, going well so far. [...] just as a hint: another user from OSM is doing the same thing for Germany and the

Re: [OSM-dev] SVN Commit Errors

2008-01-11 Thread Brent Easton
Thanks Grant, I have run both tests and there are no proxies. I have setup latest Eclipse and Subclipse from scratch and can successfully access and commit to a non-OSM repository. Trying to commit to the OSM repository and I do not even get asked for my password, I immediately get the RA

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM Database Infrastructure

2008-01-14 Thread Stefan de Konink
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 SteveC schreef: I think the single-server still works very well. It does so by ignoring doctrine on postgis and gis extensions and a bunch of scary C extensions thought up by Nick Hill and implemented by TomH. jburgess is doing similarly

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM Database Infrastructure

2008-01-14 Thread SteveC
Stefan someone (me?) put up an anonymised apache log with a sample of the queries the db receives, I think its on the wiki an updated version of that should give you a representative sample to use On 14 Jan 2008, at 16:36, Stefan de Konink wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-14 Thread Karl Newman
On Jan 14, 2008 10:22 AM, Karl Newman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 14, 2008 10:11 AM, Lambertus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Brett, Lets see if I can put this down nice and short: I've had a little chat on the IRC today about splitting the planet file into subtiles for my Garmin

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-14 Thread Steve Ratcliffe
Hi One thing to add is that ideally you want to split tiles so that they are smaller where there is more detail and larger elsewhere. If you look at the map viewer on the Garmin web site, for example - Metro Guide Europe, you can see the tile outlines. Over London they are much smaller than

Re: [OSM-dev] XSS Vulnerabilities

2008-01-14 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Callum Noble [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I notice that the message sending section of the openstreetmap.org site is vulnerable to type 2 XSS attacks. Well thank you for announcing that on a public mailing list. Do you not think an email to webmaster might

Re: [OSM-dev] XSS Vulnerabilities

2008-01-14 Thread Frederik Ramm
Hi, I should have been a little more clear in my mail. I wasn't trying to belittle the problem; I'm aware that if you can get a b through you can do a lot more. On second thought, my posting was perhaps not that useful because those with an understanding of security will probably have known

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM Database Infrastructure

2008-01-14 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Stefan de Konink [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: SteveC schreef: I think the single-server still works very well. It does so by ignoring doctrine on postgis and gis extensions and a bunch of scary C extensions thought up by Nick Hill and implemented by

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-14 Thread Karl Newman
On Jan 14, 2008 4:13 PM, Steve Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi One thing to add is that ideally you want to split tiles so that they are smaller where there is more detail and larger elsewhere. If you look at the map viewer on the Garmin web site, for example - Metro Guide Europe,

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-14 Thread Brett Henderson
Lambertus wrote: Hi Brett, Lets see if I can put this down nice and short: I've had a little chat on the IRC today about splitting the planet file into subtiles for my Garmin endeavors. I complained about missing ways where they cross tile boundaries because of how the bboxes are

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM Database Infrastructure

2008-01-14 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] SteveC [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think the single-server still works very well. It does so by ignoring doctrine on postgis and gis extensions and a bunch of scary C extensions thought up by Nick Hill and implemented by TomH. jburgess is doing similarly

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-14 Thread Stuart Poulton
Agreed. I was thinking it might be nice to have a method where you could have a directory full of tile definition files (or all in one XML file) which could specify the tiles as any arbitrary size, maybe along with some rules that say what to do with the data. I think we want to stick with

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-15 Thread Lambertus
Steve Ratcliffe wrote: One thing to add is that ideally you want to split tiles so that they are smaller where there is more detail and larger elsewhere. If you look at the map viewer on the Garmin web site, for example - Metro Guide Europe, you can see the tile outlines. Over London they

Re: [OSM-dev] XSS Vulnerabilities

2008-01-15 Thread SteveC
On 15 Jan 2008, at 00:17, Tom Hughes wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Frederik Ramm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fixing the particular problem is probably a one-liner for our ruby heroes but as you said in your initial E-Mail, the problem may be widespread and should be

Re: [OSM-dev] XSS Vulnerabilities

2008-01-15 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] SteveC [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 15 Jan 2008, at 00:17, Tom Hughes wrote: It's anything but trivial to fix (without loosing functionality) which is why it hasn't been done before. If whoever originally wrote the code had thought about these things

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmosis: Subtiling the planet with nice ways proposal

2008-01-15 Thread Karl Newman
On Jan 15, 2008 12:34 AM, Lambertus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steve Ratcliffe wrote: One thing to add is that ideally you want to split tiles so that they are smaller where there is more detail and larger elsewhere. If you look at the map viewer on the Garmin web site, for example - Metro

[OSM-dev] UK Planet Extract Failure

2008-01-16 Thread Nick Whitelegg
UK planet failed 09/01/08 and 16/01/08 Hello Chris, Not sure why. I'll try and look into it the next couple of days (unable to SSH into anything right now). Everyone - are there any issues on dev at the moment (e.g. disc space) which means that the script to extract the UK planet won't have

Re: [josm-dev] Surveyor and LiveGPS - feedback

2008-01-16 Thread Gervase Markham
Gervase Markham wrote: 1) When you are surveying, you end up with two layers - a LiveGPS layer with all of the raw points, and a Surveyor layer with your annotations. This surveyor layer has points, plus the text and icons associated with those points. It appears to be impossible to save

Re: [OSM-dev] Unhelpful error on upload

2008-01-17 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Gervase Markham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes wrote: It's not complaining about the file (it hasn't even looked at the contents of the file) but rather about the contents of the upload form. Specifially about the tags field - most likely you have put

Re: [OSM-dev] Unhelpful error on upload

2008-01-17 Thread John McKerrell
On 17 Jan 2008, at 14:47, Tom Hughes wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Gervase Markham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tom Hughes wrote: It's not complaining about the file (it hasn't even looked at the contents of the file) but rather about the contents of the upload form. Specifially

Re: [OSM-dev] 04to05.pl doesn't like Puerto Rico

2008-01-17 Thread Milo van der Linden
Welcome to the Spanish part of the world! Things will even get nicer when you get to Russia or Greece ;-) My guess is that the original file format was not UTF-8, you may have converted it, but in the conversion process, the new file decided to replace the ê ç and other characters. I had the

Re: [OSM-dev] 04to05.pl doesn't like Puerto Rico

2008-01-17 Thread Gabriel Ebner
On Thu, Jan 17, 2008 at 09:28:54AM -0800, Dave Hansen wrote: Well, I've done virtually the entire US's TIGER data with the script, with no issues, but it finally choked on Puerto Rico. It gets this: not well-formed (invalid token) at line 330, column 38, byte 14569 at

[OSM-dev] 04to05.pl doesn't like Puerto Rico

2008-01-17 Thread Dave Hansen
Well, I've done virtually the entire US's TIGER data with the script, with no issues, but it finally choked on Puerto Rico. It gets this: not well-formed (invalid token) at line 330, column 38, byte 14569 at /usr/local/lib/perl/5.8.8/XML/Parser.pm line 187 when running on this file:

[OSM-dev] Kosmos on german news portal

2008-01-17 Thread Raphael Studer
The Kosmos rendere has been on a german IT-news portal http://www.golem.de/0801/57077.html I still like the programm very much. I was able to browse throug switzerland nearly fluently. Regards Raphael ___ dev mailing list dev@openstreetmap.org

Re: [OSM-dev] 04to05.pl doesn't like Puerto Rico

2008-01-17 Thread Dave Hansen
On Thu, 2008-01-17 at 19:11 +0100, Gabriel Ebner wrote: As others have pointed out, the Calderón bit is ISO-8859-15 while the XML file says it's UTF-8. A simple iconv run should make it work: $ iconv -f ISO-8859-15 -t UTF-8 ~/Adjuntas.osm | ./04to05.pl Awesome. Thanks for the tip! --

Re: [OSM-dev] Osmarender requested enhancements

2008-01-17 Thread Martijn van Oosterhout
On Jan 17, 2008 4:56 PM, Gervase Markham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: waterway=river is described on Map Features as For narrow rivers which will be rendered as a line.. However, the line in osmarender is pretty thick. Same for waterway=stream, which is supposed to be even thinner. If it's a

[OSM-dev] Text interface to OSM

2008-01-19 Thread Kelly Jones
It's still horribly buggy, but I've coded a Ruby rewrite of my crude text-based interface to OSM [curl, fly, xv, ImageMagick also required-- you can probably get away w/o the last 3 if you don't use the graphical features]: http://kelly.terry.jones.googlepages.com/index.html (I originally tried

[OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-19 Thread Christopher Schmidt
On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 12:53:08AM +, Tom Hughes wrote: I'm not aware of any significant performance issues with the API at the moment anyway, but maybe you've seen something I haven't? This isn't particularly relevant to the rest of this thread, but to answer this question, I say Yes,

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-20 Thread Tom Evans
Christopher Schmidt wrote: I'm working on creating interfaces that display OSM data as you drag the map around. The interface requests data from OSM on the fly -- so every time the map stops moving, the old features are removed, and a new request is sent out. I had thought about

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-20 Thread Tom Hughes
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: There are still issues with the way we query the database for the map call, notably the need to fetch a list of nodes and then feed a (potentially very large) list of node IDs back to the database to find the matching ways. What about doing the

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-20 Thread Robert (Jamie) Munro
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Tom Hughes wrote: | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Christopher Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | | In the past, I think that we had talked about the fact that the /map | request is resource intensive compared to most of the other ruby

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-20 Thread Robert (Jamie) Munro
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Tom Hughes wrote: | We shouldn't really need to do all that though - we should be able | to achieve the same thing with a simple subquery like this: | | select * from current_way | where id in (select cn.id from current_nodes cn |

Re: [OSM-dev] OSM API Performance (Was: OSM Database Infrastructure)

2008-01-20 Thread Christopher Schmidt
On Sun, Jan 20, 2008 at 10:17:21AM +, Tom Evans wrote: Christopher Schmidt wrote: I'm working on creating interfaces that display OSM data as you drag the map around. The interface requests data from OSM on the fly -- so every time the map stops moving, the old features are

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