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 Stefan Baebler
changeset. Keeping my fingers crossed and an aye on,46.1,14.8,46.2%5d Stefan On Jan 4, 2008 10:17 AM, Stefan Baebler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Khm, but where to set the new limit? According to http

Re: [OSM-dev] user display names added to planet dump

2008-03-26 Thread Stefan Baebler
Has this change anything to do with today's planet unavailability / delay? Planet .gz file is normally available early in the morning, but nothing so far today (except for daily and hourly change files made by Osmosis). Problems escaping some usernames or just different scheduling perhaps?

Re: [OSM-dev] slippymap doesnt wrap around +-180deg

2008-04-11 Thread Stefan Baebler
Should be fairly easy to fix that with openlayers: Stefan 2008/4/3 Dirk-Lüder Kreie [EMAIL PROTECTED]: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Luka Frelih schrieb: hello! i just noticed that our slippymap resists crossing

Re: [OSM-dev] slippymap doesnt wrap around +-180deg

2008-04-11 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 11:46 AM, Tom Hughes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Should be fairly easy to fix that with openlayers: I don't think so. The tiles look like they are wrapping round just fine at the moment - the problem is that the

[OSM-dev] 0.6 - older trackpoints /was: Re: 0.6

2008-05-07 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 10:25 AM, SteveC [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: is there anything else that should be put in 0.6? Probably a good idea to talk about it now. As project is getting older there are many relatively old GPS tracks in the db. Older tracks are probably already mapped, or out of

Re: [OSM-dev] 0.6 - typo-cleaning

2008-05-07 Thread Stefan Baebler
| The api change would be a good time to clean out most of the typos. | with the node_tags, way_tags and relation_tags table (sorry i've completly | forgotten these above), they are allready separated. how do you suppose to do that? map_features and proposed_tags are not all the valid

Re: [OSM-dev] 0.6 - older trackpoints /was: Re: 0.6

2008-05-07 Thread Stefan Baebler
Dirk-Lüder Kreie wrote: I propose to introduce the ability to limit the age of trackpoints downloaded into the client by introducing an extra parameter age, eg: GET /api/0.6/trackpoints?bbox=left,bottom,right,topage=ageInDayspage=pageNumber +1! Although it might be easier on

Re: [OSM-dev] Question about .bz2 file parsing

2008-06-13 Thread Stefan Baebler
Try Osmosis. It's written in Java and works nicely also on windows. It can read osm.bz2 and can extract bounding boxes. Stefan Fire Girl wrote: Greetings But ok, are there any Windows tools for parsing a decompressed OSM file for a Country

Re: [OSM-dev] Question about .bz2 file parsing

2008-06-14 Thread Stefan Baebler
really unsure where to go from here, and how to actually run Osmosis commands as presented at that Wiki page? :-) Could you please point me in the right direction, if possible? :-) - Original Message - From: Stefan Baebler To: Fire Girl Subject: Re: [OSM-dev

Re: [OSM-dev] WMS

2008-06-25 Thread Stefan Baebler
Iván Sánchez Ortega wrote: El Miércoles, 25 de Junio de 2008, 80n escribió: So, I'd like to know if you think it would be a good idea to do load balancing between several OSMXAPI servers. This is probably a good idea. Do you have any servers in mind? Well, for what I've read in the Wiki

[OSM-dev] Potlatch causing DB inconsistency?

2008-07-22 Thread Stefan Baebler
Hello, Huston! :) shows a large watery triangle and same can be seen in JOSM (nad navit, where i originally came across this new lake :). When i asked the local user mihau, who did the last change he pointed me to Potlatch

Re: [OSM-dev] Potlatch causing DB inconsistency?

2008-07-22 Thread Stefan Baebler
-dev] Potlatch causing DB inconsistency? To: Stefan Baebler wrote: Any ideas what's going on? I think it's reasonably well attested that, without transactions, this sort of thing is going to happen once in a while. As posted the other day, Potlatch's database access code

Re: [josm-dev] JOSM language plugins and stable version?

2008-11-04 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 8:28 AM, Dirk Stöcker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 2 Nov 2008, Florian Schmitt wrote: it seems that the lang-* plugins aren't available any more. This means that new users who want to use the last stable version 1010 aren't able to change the language of JOSM. I

Re: [OSM-dev] Altitude data

2008-12-08 Thread Stefan Baebler
Some nodes have altitiude (or alt) tag if the altitude is well known (mountain peaks etc) as vertical precision of GPS is so inaccurate. You can convert srtm data into OSM vector contours with A general page about visualizing relief (including other

[OSM-dev] trace file extension in links to data

2009-02-06 Thread Stefan Baebler
Hi! It is a nice practice to indicate the file type in the url of the download link to let users know what they are getting before actually pushing it down their throat. Filename on the trace detail page often says somecity.gpx (as at the time of upload), download link is simply data and the

Re: [OSM-dev] trace file extension in links to data

2009-02-06 Thread Stefan Baebler
:// Why .xml extension instead of simply .gpx? Can we link that in the trace detail page or is there a good reason for not doing so? Stefan Stefan Baebler wrote: Hi! It is a nice practice to indicate the file type in the url of the download link

Re: [osmosis-dev] Licence ...

2009-03-09 Thread Stefan Baebler
I consider my contributions so minor that i hereby give you all the power to relicense them as you please. Stefan /trying to shorten possibly never-ending license debate :) Brett Henderson wrote: I hate to bring this topic up because I don't know if I have the necessary patience for it :-)

Re: [OSM-dev] OAuth

2009-06-23 Thread Stefan Baebler
please DO NOT revert my work without talking to me first. OSM doesn't stop just because you're on holiday. +1 Do not get me wrong. Tom undoubtedly puts in a lot of effort and does great work. However, if the huge community relies on a single person to do all code checks before deploying it, and

Re: [OSM-dev] Variable scale maps

2009-07-13 Thread Stefan Baebler
I believe Kelly was interested in static maps (eg paper maps) that cannot be re-rendered every second. Instead of providing map insets with higher detail it would be interesting to have a fisheye style map, which would cover large areas, but still provide high details in the centre or some other

[OSM-dev] cruisecontrol needs intervention

2009-08-18 Thread stefan . baebler
build log at currently says: **Running the tests** Run rake db:migrate to update your database then try again. (in /srv/.cruise/projects/osmapi-postgres/work) You have 3 pending migrations: 40 CreateOauthTables 41

Re: [OSM-dev] Any OpenStreetMap viewer for Android?

2009-09-28 Thread Stefan Baebler
There a page in wiki: that lists also other OSM software for Android. Stefan On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 11:21 PM, Stefan Keller wrote: Many thanks for all the hints so far. Regarding Navit I did not found any sources on the SVN and

[OSM-dev] Shared borders of (multi) polygons represented as duplicated ways

2014-11-21 Thread Stefan Baebler
Hi! While preparing a dataset for a community import ( ) we ran into 2 kinds of related problems that originate from Shapefile's different representation of polygons: a) duplicated ways: when no tags are present on two

Re: [OSM-dev] Shared borders of (multi) polygons represented as duplicated ways

2014-11-21 Thread Stefan Baebler
()) after two prior merges (mergePoints() and mergeWayPoints()). greets, Stefan . On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 6:21 PM, Paul Norman wrote: On 11/21/2014 8:58 AM, Stefan Baebler wrote: Is ogr2osm being actively maintained? Yes - but I don't have time to add new features like #28. I'd

Re: [OSM-dev] Tiles cache and HTTPS

2019-11-02 Thread Stefan Baebler
Https might not be strictly needed between tile renderxcxer and the cache, but if this is the only way that you can get to the tiles (eg from the pucxcxccxczxcxzcxxxblic opensnowmap tile server) you can technically still use that. If possible try to use http 2 or at least keep-alive connections.

Re: [OSM-dev] Tiles cache and HTTPS

2019-11-03 Thread Stefan Baebler
In that case you would ideally find a way for the caching proxy server to reach the original tiles over plain http (make sure to strip any user's personal data from the requests!) and save some CPU cycles on both ends, improving the latency slightly. You might also want to consider serving larger

Re: [josm-dev] JOSM Translations

2008-10-29 Thread Stefan Baebler
A significant benefit of launchpad based translation is that many other opensource applications are translated there, giving translators a wide range of suggestions about how to translate strings. Applications benefit a lot from consistent translations. Downside of launchpad based translation is

Re: [josm-dev] Resource bundle not found exception

2008-10-30 Thread Stefan Baebler
Hi! This fallback mechanism seems to work now in josm-latest.jar, but i wonder how to define language in the commandline. I tried: C:\WINDOWS\system32\java.exe -jar -Duser.language=sl -Xmx512M -Djava.library.path=C:\incoming\gis\OpenStreetMap\josm\rxtx

Re: [josm-dev] Resource bundle not found exception

2008-10-31 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 12:56 PM, Marcin Floryan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure whether i have josm-translations.jar (or whatever it is called), as it is not listed amongst plugins or as a seperate download. Possibly listing available translations could help. The way it is solved now

Re: [josm-dev] JOSM Translations

2008-10-31 Thread Stefan Baebler
2008/10/30 Женя [EMAIL PROTECTED]: About the Launchpad usage - I don't really think there is much use of the existing translation suggestions - those are limited to File, Tools and Save as... :) Plus, LP works really slow over HTTPS for me. True, but when starting translating into a new

Re: [josm-dev] shocking - unsecure password sending!

2009-09-24 Thread Stefan Baebler
On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:49 PM, Frederik Ramm wrote: One could use the newly provided OAuth mechanism for authentication. This would then not transmit your password but a token; the token however would still be transmitted in plain text, would have unlimited validity until