Re: [OSM-dev] Export: (limit is 50000).

2019-08-06 Thread Dave F via dev
On 06/08/2019 16:32, marc marc wrote: josm allow to download data from overpass, which allows a larger limit. Overpass's greater capacity is one reason why I was querying OSM.org's limitations. Using OP to send data to JOSM for mass editing is one of the occasions I do use it to edit.

Re: [OSM-dev] Export: (limit is 50000).

2019-08-06 Thread marc marc
Le 06.08.19 à 17:11, Dave F via dev a écrit : >> - all that export does is redirect >> to the same API that JOSM etc use. > Yes, I've noticed the limitations of JOSM josm allow to download data from overpass, which allows a larger limit. osm-fr had also an api proxy that redirect some request to

Re: [OSM-dev] Export: (limit is 50000).

2019-08-06 Thread Dave F via dev
On 06/08/2019 15:06, Tom Hughes wrote: On 06/08/2019 14:45, Dave F via dev wrote: Why are you mentioning 'rendering'? Because I thought we were talking about map exports? I am. "Main Page > Export" makes *no* mention of rendering. I assume you meant the raw data export? That is the

Re: [OSM-dev] Export: (limit is 50000).

2019-08-06 Thread Tom Hughes
On 06/08/2019 14:45, Dave F via dev wrote: Why are you mentioning 'rendering'? Because I thought we were talking about map exports? I assume you meant the raw data export? That is the standard API limit - all that export does is redirect to the same API that JOSM etc use. That really isn't

Re: [OSM-dev] Export: (limit is 50000).

2019-08-06 Thread Tom Hughes
On 06/08/2019 14:24, Dave F via dev wrote: Is this based on server & connection speeds etc? If so has it been reviewed recently? With the increase in general computing power is there a reason this limit could not be increased? Rendering custom maps is very expensive and is not really a core