Some additional sources:
- The project of the British OSM community:
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/UK_2019_Q3_Project:_Solar_Power and a
YouTube video about that project:
- My Preset for Mapping in Belgium has a preset for solar panels on a
On Mon, Jan 4, 2021 at 8:02 PM EeBie wrote:
> In that way they look as quality roads on the map and not as tracks.
BTW, this is mapping for the renderer (or a particular renderer) and is bad
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De huidige tag aanpassen naar disused:=
Dus bv. disused:man_made=tower
eventueel aanvullen met ruins=yes
On Sun, Aug 16, 2020 at 7:12 PM TrailGhost via Talk-be
> Gegroet OSM,
> Na een tijdje niet meer op OpenStreetMap geweest te zijn toch maar opnieuw
> een account aangemaakt
On Sun, Jun 28, 2020 at 10:48 PM Mark Wagner wrote:
> Distributed storage is one of those things that sounds good, but
> nobody's figured out how to make it actually work well.
I also wonder about privacy and security in a distributed system. Will
the distributed system only contain the blurred
> * The CIA World Factbook says there are about 64 000 000 km of roads in
> the world.
> * Google Street View takes 100 photos per km.
> * A photosphere from my tablet, compressed using WebP at 50% quality
> takes 2.7 MB.
I doubt the CIA number takes into account paths and tracks.
at, May 16, 2020 at 12:55 PM Midgard wrote:
> On Fri, May 15, 2020, 19:38 Marc Gemis wrote:
> > Taking pictures of people is not a problem, it's what you do with them
> > afterwards that is important.
> Op vr 15 mei 2020 22:51 schreef Sander Deryckere :
> > Taking a
t; Op vr 15 mei 2020 20:33 schreef Jo :
>> Not only their faces, also license plates. And if you're doing it
>> manually maybe also stickers with recognisable information.
>> On Fri, May 15, 2020, 19:38 Marc Gemis wrote:
I see no difference between contributing to OpenStreetMap via JOSM and
iD or StreetComplete.
Mapping a house, street, waste bin, etc. will not break any privacy.
We do not map the names of the inhabitants of a house. Mapping items
from someone's garden based on aerial imagery might be on
Ik dacht dat de ontwikkelaar van Potlatch bezig was met een
stand-alone versie. dwz dat je het niet meer in de browser kan
gebruiken, maar dat je nog wel met je vertrouwde editor verder kan.
On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 10:57 AM Karel Adams wrote:
> :) ikke, want Potlatch is het
I looked at
Normally this allows me to understand why a certain admin hierarchy is
returned. In this case, I do not understand why the distance is 0.1746
for the Athlone Municipal District.
It seems to be the
it should be returned when the object is outside. => it should NOT be
returned when the object is outside
On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 3:16 PM Marc Gemis wrote:
> I looked at
thanks for reaching out before starting the project.
Just like the others here, I wonder how bad the situation is in
Brussels in your eyes. Do you have an overview of the wrong/missing
data that you will try to fix? Do you have a list of sources that you
will use to correct those
are you sure it's not
my reasoning is: it's still a building, but no longer a military installation.
On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 5:16 PM Lionel Giard wrote:
> For abandonned (historic) military bunker, the correct mapping is :
gt; historic usage) but not with 'towpath=yes', but this is very subject to
>> change. We might even consider `towpath=no` (with a note clarifying this
>> is legally _not_ a 'jaagpad') or `legal:towpath=no` or something similar.
>> Another thought: if we are about using 'towpat
> is legally _not_ a 'jaagpad') or `legal:towpath=no` or something similar.
> Another thought: if we are about using 'towpath=yes' to reflect the
> legal status, I'm doubting that there is no better tag scheme for this.
> Kind regards, Pieter
thanks a lot for sharing this information.
I do like the project (despite my comments on obtaining the data
before the start) because:
- it uses my 2 favourite crowd-sourced open data projects
- it really requires both projects to create the map
- Open Street Maps (sic) is not only
I'm fine with explicitly mapping them.
Isn't service=towpath strange on a way that is not tagged as
highway=service? (but you know that I think they should have been
mapped as highway=service in the first place, but this is not the
So it's meant for all those that are explicitly signed as
> About the geocoding. If I look at the street in my JOSM, then create a node
> somewhere in the center of it and then add the coordinates of that node to
> Wikidata, did I violate any rights? If it does, we could use Urbis data to
> source coordinates for the whereabouts of the street. I'm not
As I wrote on Riot, I do hope this event will not copy geocoded data
from OSM into Wikidata, I think this violates
Please let me know if I'm wrong.
On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 12:08 PM Jo wrote:
> I did
Sorry for the English, feel free to reply in German
Is it possible that the mail contains a footer with a number of links
at the bottom? Messages send via the osm-website contain links to
bring you to your IN-messages on the osm.org website.
On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 2:58 PM Markus
My mother tongue is Dutch. The second language I learned in school was
French. Then English. I can follow discussions in German as well.
But I'm not going to learn Esperanto, Polish, etc. anymore. I'm too
old for that.
I'm also not going to follow links to some sites that I don't know to
On Wed, Jan 8, 2020 at 8:57 AM Mateusz Konieczny
> 7 Jan 2020, 20:53 by ma...@anche.no:
> On 07/01/2020 14:38, Marc Gemis wrote:
> Since OSM is a do-ocracy, do not complain, but write the wiki page you
> want to see
Would a Code of Conduct also apply to social media that are not
controlled by OSM/OSMF?
E.g. Twitter is currently used by a certain part of the community to
ridicule and criticize people writing on the mailing lists.
On Wed, Jan 8, 2020 at 1:16 AM Clifford Snow wrote:
> a more important issue (I would call it "mapping outside Europe", hence
> the subject) is for me each and every (photo)graphic explanation of the
> tagging values. take `highway`
> (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:highway). text are fine,
> really, but the associated pictures seem all
So isn't the only conclusion that you can make that pre-rendered tiles
fail as soon as one needs to serve a multi-language audience?
Wouldn't the best technical solution be vector tiles (or another
technology) and let the end-user choose in which language the names
> We zijn echter maar met 2 mappers die de AEDs serieus nemen. Er zijn zelfs
> mappers die om elitaire redenen geen foto willen nemen en liever mensen laten
Kunnen we dit provocerend gedrag aub achterwege laten ?
prettige feestdagen iedereen
I would assume that something like cycle.travel will compute a
bicycle-friendly route for the missing parts if all streets are mapped
properly with max speed, cycleways, surfaces, etc. There is indeed no
need/justification to map personal preferences/suggestions.
If the routes calculated by
> Tagging scheme
> I'd actually go for `cycle_network=BE:cycle_highway`, as cycle_network
> normally has a country prefix. Because most (all?) of them are already
> tagged, we could simply update the tagging all at once. I'll do that next
> week, unless a better proposal or good reason not
What you describe is a rather trivial case. I agree that using OSM
requires knowledge about all possible tagging methods.
But even when you store all phone numbers as contact:phone in the
database, all data consumers will still need to offer that data when
people ask for phone. Especially in the
Wijze woorden, Pieter !
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> Een aansluitend vraagje: heeft het nog zin om iemand te wijzen op fouten die
> 2, 3, 4, ... jaren geleden zijn gemaakt? Wat doen jullie?
normaal gezien probeer ik het probleem op te lossen zonder de ander te
contacteren. Ook als het niet zo lang geleden is.
ik contacteer alleen
- als het
> And to be honest: I don't think OSM will really surpass commercial maps for
> car navigation, because up to date traffic information is part of that.
> I don't see how volunteers can arrange that quickly.
In some countries (including Belgium) traffic information from the
government is open
On Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 9:58 AM Jo wrote:
> Why would you press against the camera?
To clean the lens. Even gently wiping over it would work against the
motors of the gimbal I think. It seems that the one I have can cope
with the duration of my walks.
To be honest, I think that the pictures I
Ik vrees een beetje voor mijn gimbal als ik dat doe.
Voorlopig zie ik het maar als een test voor de object herkenning van
Iemand ervaring met gimbals als je telkens weer opnieuw tegen de camera duwt ?
(Anyone experience with gimbals when you keep pressing against the
camera over and
:condtion=* to show
> the roadside parking and condition of parking. :-)
> Kind Regards,
> Le mar. 5 nov. 2019 à 10:06, Marc Gemis a écrit :
>> So for those 4 roadside parking spaces: https://osm.org/go/0EpBwBaxP?m=
>> I have to split the road a couple of times,
hat it is
> roadside parking. But it is undocumented to use it that way. ^^
> Le mar. 5 nov. 2019 à 08:42, Marc Gemis a écrit :
>> Ik map soms ook parkeerplaatsen in een straat met enkel
>> amenity=parking_space, omdat er geen parking (in de betekenis van
n wordt de databank er ook echt niet
> bruikbaarder op. Soit, 't is ook mijn eigen schuld omdat ik er anderen zelden
> op aanspreek. En Jakka, jij bent zeker de ergste nog niet, verre van.
> Op maandag 4 november 2019 13:08:24 CET schreef Marc Gemis
> Wel pleit ik er voor een zeker 'gebiedje' dan wel op een gelijke maatstaf te
> behandelen. Als je het doet, zorg dan dat je consequent bent, voor de wijk of
> als het even kan je kleine gemeente.
er is ook zoiets als "guerilla mapping"
t; heel wat junk, en er is een gedefinieerde procedure om dat op te kuisen
>> ("Article for Deletion"). Aan een dergelijke aanpak ontbreekt het bij
>> OSM, en ik mis eraan. De huidige wollige aanpak kan nmbm niet blijven
>> duren. Al dient het gezegd dat Wikipedia een encyclopedie m
het gezegd dat Wikipedia een encyclopedie maakt, en dus
> bewust en systematisch de lat hoog legt; en tegelijk veel zichtbaarder
> is, en dus veel meer blootgesteld aan vandalisme, waardoor er veel meer
> nood is aan procedures en strikte regels.
> Dank voor de openhartige en beleefde
Ik sluit me volledig aan bij Jakka. Ieder mapt wat hij/zij wil.
Het aantal parkeerplaatsen kan interessante info zijn, net zoals de
exacte ligging (misschien voor slechtzienden die over het terrein
moeten navigeren). Kleine bloemperken e.d. geven aan hoe groen een
Zo zijn er misschien
Je bedoelt zoiets als dit :
On Thu, Oct 3, 2019 at 12:23 PM Allroads wrote:
> Er is ondertussen veel data, die we mogen gebruiken voor mapping/tagging in
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 9:27 PM Stijn Rombauts via Talk-be
> - A general remark that could be added: never follow the traffic signs
> blindly when adding (access) tags: in some local authorities the one who has
> to decide about traffic signs doesn't seem to know which sign to use where.
On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 4:47 AM 80hnhtv4agou--- via talk
> What are these for anyway, other than stalking ?,
Quality assurance (QA). It helps more experienced mappers to see where
new people add things.
If they spot mistakes, they should engage in a friendly conversation
I'm very sorry, but I have no clue what you are trying to achieve with
your series of complaints. At least I see them as complaints. it would
be helpful to me, that you give a number of real examples where the
documentation is lacking or wrong or ...
I have the feeling you either do not
Please allow me to share some experiences of moving to another
platform we had in our community.
In Belgium we moved from the mailing list to Matrix/Riot . Most active
participants in the community made the move, but in the process we
lost some people
Matrix/Riot is good for short questions, but
rawing on the web edit map.
> the colors on the edit map do not match the info page.
> the rail platform on the web edit page is gone.
> the rail platform on the page is gone.
Maybe a stupid question, but what has to be fixed on that page? Can
you provide a bit more detail?
On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 3:47 PM 80hnhtv4agou--- via talk
> can someone fix this page ?
> Inventory of Architectural Heritage and upload them to Commons:
> I'd love to see a lot of the more obscure images (that won't ever have a
> dedicated article) be used!
> On Tue, 17 Sep 2019 at 14:53, Marc Gemis wrote:
(although I do not map in Ireland):
* turn:lanes and destination signs, I find this very useful when they
* wayside shrines (or listed buildings in general) with photos on
* dog parks
On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 1:26 AM Colm Moore wrote:
> So, for
Seems my opinion is different from the other Marc.
AFAIK, the OSM consensus is to map what is on the ground, in this case
only the by-pass. You could keep the "official" path, with some tag
disused:highway or so, but IMHO, that is just clutter that makes it
harder for others to edit. When your
I assume OSM always has been a 2.5D map. I'm thinking about tunnels
and bridges. To properly map them, we always needed the level tag. So
any data consumer that creates a road network from OSM will need to
have knowledge about the level tag.
Of course, the example that you mention, of indoor
Ik heb even gezocht op "leaflet keep popup up" en vond
helpt dit ?
On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 1:42 PM Jan Pieter de Groot wrote:
> Op mijn website heb ik een Openstreetmap kaart geplaatst met pointers
This "self appointed police of OSM" will probably question
- how did those companies receive the data, under which copyright?
- how did they geocode the POIs, using Google's geocoder ? (a big no-no)
- how up-to-date is this data ? Will you reimport POIs that have been
rightfully removed in OSM ?
I agree that in this case I would tolerate it, but is it still allowed
to turn from East Mineral avenue to the North-South, unclassified
If not, one should add turn restrictions.
On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 11:11 PM Tom Pfeifer wrote:
> On 03.07.2019 22:03, Jack Armstrong
a violation of GDPR ? You publish names, email addresses and a website
of people who probably did not give you the permission to do that.
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I assume that that way (powerline) was downloaded because it also has
nodes in the area you downloaded. JOSM will never complain about
objects that are not downloaded. Powerline ways tend to be long, so
the warning can easily be in another state, that is true.
Furthermore, I thought that it is not
is in a tunnel
Again: exceptions will exist and they have to be seen as a rule of
thumb, not a hard definition.
On Wed, May 29, 2019 at 5:46 AM Marc Gemis wrote:
> AFAIK the tunnel=building_passage, this is not a tunnel, but using the
> tunnel tag anyway. I guess the same is true for culvert
bridge or tunnel without having to know in which
> order roads, railways, etc. were constructed.
> So can someone can come up with a useful definition?
> Can I come up with a definition? I like the length/width ratio, the open
> bridge(like) structure against a confin
at 6:36 PM Marc Gemis wrote:
> I think there is a tunnel under the e34 between Antwerpen en Zelzate. There
> used to be a level crossing which was removed and instead they created an
> underground passage for it.
> Op di 28 mei 2019 14:46 schreef Lionel Giard
I think there is a tunnel under the e34 between Antwerpen en Zelzate.
There used to be a level crossing which was removed and instead they
created an underground passage for it.
Op di 28 mei 2019 14:46 schreef Lionel Giard :
> @joost schouppe To me that's indeed a bridge,
> as you see the
I doubt one had to dig something for the road to pass under the
railway. There is no "earth" between the road and the sky, only stuff
that humans created, like concrete, stones and asphalt. So a bridge
I apply the rule: stand on the road, look up, which layers of material
do you "see"
> Op vrijdag 22 maart 2019 15:12:07 CET schreef Marc Gemis
> Mogelijks zou ook OpenStreetMap een filter moeten installeren om te
> kijken dat de data die we uploaden niet onder een of andere copy
pport de ces propos de loi avec
> OSM - quel contenu "copyrighted" pourrions-nous publier, sauf quelques
> On 22/03/2019 13:14, Marc Gemis wrote:
> > In Duitsland zijn er al verschillende manifestaties tegen article 13
In Duitsland zijn er al verschillende manifestaties tegen article 13 geweest.
Mocht je Duits verstaan, deze dame  voert al enkele maanden
opositie tegen het wetsvoorstel dat alle websites zal verplichten een
filter te installeren om te kijken of er geen inhoud met licentie
There is a proposal for cellar entries that mentions icehouse:
Just as with caves, it's easy to map the entrance, but harder to map the inside.
On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 1:05 PM Jakka wrote:
> > you can find linked Wikipedia articles with slightly different subjects
> > in different languages.
> All of these are yet more good reasons to tag with Wikidata, rather
> than Wikipedia.
From what I have heard there are sometimes (or often depending on the
source) mismatches between the
still not really happy with this, but hey, if this is what the
majority wants, I'm not going to be a dissident.
On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 12:45 PM wrote:
> How do I tag for this situation?
> How is 'the proper' language decided?
> On Wednesday, 20 Marc
The reply that I got more than a year ago when the Mapbox team was
doing a similar quest, was that the Wikipedia pages for multiple
languages are linked and that the data consumer should display the
page in the proper language.
On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 10:53 AM wrote:
> How do you intend to
I only use the second method. If I see the first one, I add the nodes
for the crossings, tag them as in the second way and remove
crossing=traffic_signals from the original node.
On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 1:04 AM Thomas Manson wrote:
> I am trying to determine the
Even before the Belgian local chapter was formed, some community
member(s) wrote to AIV (Flemish agency for information)  whether we
could use their aerial imagery for tracing. We got that permission.
Similar requests were made to the other regions in Belgium. It does
not really matter whether
As Jo wrote labelling will be difficult. Did you consider to create 2
maps, one in French and one in Dutch? (and perhaps one in German). Is
there a particular reason to create a bi-lingual map?
On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 9:53 AM PONCELET Nadia (Firebru)
> Hello everyone,
> I would
I think I have only seen a warning with landcover areas, as JOSM does
not really know that type of objects.
What are the tags you place on the "boundary"? You will never see this
warning on 2 connected buildings.
If you are mapping admin boundaries, you should use relations and have
> I am the copyright owner of my edits. You are the owner of yours.
> I don't recall ever giving the OSMF authority to act as my agent. Did you?
You probably agreed to
https://wiki.osmfoundation.org/wiki/Licence/Contributor_Terms, not ?
is er iemand geïnteresseerd om hier een voordacht te gaan geven ?
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From: Alain Segers
Date: Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 5:23 PM
Subject: Vraag workshop OSM voor Pasar GPS-trefdag van 19 oktober 2019
> aanpassen en dan worden ze vanzelf weggegooid voordat er data naar de server
> On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 8:13 PM Marc Gemis wrote:
>> Hallo Denis,
>> Ik had gehoopt dat iemand die dichter betrokken is
Ik had gehoopt dat iemand die dichter betrokken is bij de ontwikkeling
tijd zou hebben om je te beantwoorden, maar ze hebben het misschien te
Ik zal dan maar proberen te de situatie te schetsen:
- de import mailing list had niet echt bezwaren, dus die hindernis is
t just reports that geometry is not logical.
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 4:21 PM Marc Gemis wrote:
>> Why does a split make any difference ? Is this a "special" feature of the
>> QA-tool you are using ?
>> The QA tool should understand that the sharp U-turn is no
Why does a split make any difference ? Is this a "special" feature of the
QA-tool you are using ?
The QA tool should understand that the sharp U-turn is not the only route
one can follow.
On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 10:58 AM Nemanja Bračko wrote:
> You've been flagged as "Impossible
On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 10:53 PM Warin <61sundow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Also using the tag lanes how can the turn restrictions that exist be tagged,
> the right 2 must turn right and the left 2 must go straight on ?
A combination of turn:lanes (through|through|right|right) and
If you miss the on-ramp and are waiting for the traffic signals, a
router can recalculate the route in the meantime and still try to let
you turn left at the traffic signals.
On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 1:47 PM Maarten Deen wrote:
> I agree that Markus' solution is more elegant (and I was more
> Open Knowledge Belgium <http://www.openknowledge.be/>
> @OpenKnowledgeBE <https://twitter.com/OpenKnowledgeBE> - @DVRansbeeck
> m: +32 474 26 56 18
> On Wed, 9 Jan 2019 at 21:04, Marc Gemis wrote:
> Jonathan Beliën
> SPRL GEO-6 <https://geo6.be/>
> *De :* Santens Seppe
> *Envoyé :* mercredi 9 janvier 2019 09:27
> *À :* OpenStreetMap Belgium
> *Objet :* Re: [OSM-talk-be] Fwd: Open Belgium 2019: Call for Speakers +
> Early Bird Tickets!
I cannot make it to Open Belgium, but I have been thinking about a "walking
meetup" for some time now. So instead of sitting in a pub, doing a walk and
talk about OSM and survey techniques and apply them.
Taking that idea, on a community day, it could be a workshop about
Did you try any of the 2 maps listed on
I tried openlevelup :
https://openlevelup.net/?l=0#18/52.54051/-0.26289 but I'm not sure
whether I should be able to see the rooms on that one
On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 12:30 AM BD wrote:
> Hi all
AFAIK, OpenSeaMap is dedicated rendering based on the same
OpenStreetMap database as the map of e.g. http://www.openstreetmap.org
The OpenSeaMap project also defines certain tags that are only used
for navigation on water. See  for more info on how it works.
So on one hand they are already
Voor mij lijkt Joost's vraag relevant aangezien Brussel misschien wel
een grote stad is naar Belgische normen, maar klein is in vergelijking
met Londen, Parijs of Madrid.
Verder is een plaats met 5000 inwoners misschien niet relevant in
Vlaanderen, maar in een gebied met lage bevolkingsdichtheid
inderdaad, OSM heeft niet echt tags om de grootte te bepalen. Zoals je
reeds aangaf is er de population tag, Er is ook de place-tag. Ik dacht
dat deze 2 tags in combinatie met capital, gebruikt worden door bv. de
standard kaartstijl op openstreetmap.org om te bepalen op welk zoom
p from 1800 says.
On Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 3:17 PM Ben Laenen wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Dec 2018, 14:59 Marc Gemis >
>> I suggested that, as I think it is an part of the ref. We do map "E19"
>> as well, not just 19.
>> I want to be able te reconstruct the
I suggested that, as I think it is an part of the ref. We do map "E19"
as well, not just 19.
I want to be able te reconstruct the sign as I see it during a survey.
On Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 2:47 PM Ben Laenen wrote:
> One question I have: why are the words "chemin", "sentier", "voetweg" etc.
Wie kartieren Sie Barrieren, wenn sie die Grenze eines
Zeichnen Sie eine zweite Linie über der Landnutzung?
(Extended in English: feel free to reply in German - reading is no
problem for me)
How do you map barriers that form the border of a landuse ? e.g. a
> My intention was rather to hear about some general trends,
As far as I understand,
One general trend is to be "cleaner, have less information". (e.g. the
Another one is paler colours (e.g. parking from yellow to grey)
other landuse colour changes towards paler colours
> BTW: what do you consider to be a progress here? What do you like the
> most in recent changes and maybe what problems are the most visible?
talk mailing list
I would not drop the ref. The ref is visible on the signs, so it is a
"real thing". I have no problem that people add the URL as well. The
same is done for heritage sites. There is both a ref
(refLOnroerendErfgoed and a heritage:website.)
On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 10:52 AM Jo wrote:
> Our bus
OSM braucht nichts. OSM ist nur eine Datenbank.
Die richtige Frage wäre "Gibt es irgendwo einen Datenverbraucher, der
daran interessiert ist, diese Informationen in der OSM-Datenbank zu
On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 10:16 AM wrote:
> Abgesehen mal davon, das Bibliotheken mit OSM nicht
.nl .ie .de. fr .be .jp .us --> no map, or map as background.
.ch .org --> map
.it -> just some text + link to wiki
On Mon, Nov 12, 2018 at 8:21 AM OSMDoudou
> It’s fine as long as it’s consistent and predictable for the user.
> If a
Keep in mind that the address database of OSM is far from complete.
Brussels is probably OK (Urbis DB was imported), for Flanders and
Wallonia, it depends on the mappers. In Flanders, an import/merge
operation is planned based on GRB. At this moment some mappers are
still adding addresses based on
I like this video that explains the differences:
On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 9:39 AM Pander OpenTaal wrote:
> Frederik, thanks for the changes so far. Good to wait with parts of Belgium.
> Also good to stay clear of political issues and only use
Are you planning to run this on a regular schedule (e.g. every month) ?
On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 6:18 AM Leif Rasmussen <354...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> The opinions expressed on the USPS/United States Postal Service tagging have
> been very mixed, with seemingly equivalent
I contacted MagicEarth (which uses OSM as well) a couple of days ago
about this topic.
They confirmed that there is no API and gave me a workaround to use
MagicEarth on the smartphone screen and Android Auto on the screen of
the car. They are looking forward to supper Android Auto when it
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