Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
Am 11.08.2018 um 01:19 schrieb Martin Koppenhoefer: > While it is true that both parties have economic interest in this, plus codes > are both, free to use and open source, unlike their 3 words competitor. Even > if w3w „wins“ we would likely not be interested in promoting them on OSMF >

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
Am 10.08.2018 um 23:25 schrieb Blake Girardot: > Is that not the reason OSM was started in the first place? :) It is slightly different in more than one way for a monopoly owner to pre-emptively create and promote a free system  to stop a competitor from gaining a foothold in a potential new

Re: [OSM-talk] highway=* + area=yes vs area:highway=*

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Harvey
> No, all highways are areas :) Mapping them as a line is a manual generalization ;) Yes, but you're mapping the road centerline, which isn't a generalization but a real world feature. On 11 August 2018 at 15:56, Andrew Hain wrote: > The wiki has definitely had problems recently and we

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
sent from a phone > On 11. Aug 2018, at 07:28, Martin Trautmann wrote: > > And this is still a two dimensional address only? How about multilevel > buildings? for tall buildings you will add a floor number I guess, and in more complex cases a unit or door number as well. These do not

Re: [OSM-talk] highway=* + area=yes vs area:highway=*

2018-08-11 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
sent from a phone > On 11. Aug 2018, at 07:56, Andrew Hain wrote: > > The wiki has definitely had problems recently and we should have a good > discussion about what we want from it. I don’t know since when you are following the wiki development, but from my point of view, there is

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Oleksiy Muzalyev
On 11.08.18 08:28, Martin Trautmann wrote: On 18-08-09 15:32, oleksiy.muzal...@bluewin.ch wrote: Open Location Codes are also referred to as "plus codes".  Since August 2015, Google Maps supports plus codes in their search engine. The algorithm is Open Source, licensed under the Apache License

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Harvey
> If the OSM community accepts the OpenLocationCode, then it would become de facto universal addressing system. Only then people may start believing and investing in it. As others have pointed out the proper place for OSM to support the OpenLocationCode in OSM is in

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Christoph Hormann
On Saturday 11 August 2018, Blake Girardot wrote: > >> > >> Ok, enough of your overly polite, gentle feedback stuff, tell us > >> how you really feel :) > > > > I am afraid that even after reading it several times i have no idea > > what you want to say with that. > > My apologies Christoph, it

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Hain
This looks to be very comfortably within the computational ability of mobile phone apps (“You could calculate it with AI” is a much less attractive deletionist argument) so everyone who has implemented it by conerting coordinates on the fly would seem to be doing the right thing. -- Andrew

Re: [OSM-talk] highway=* + area=yes vs area:highway=*

2018-08-11 Thread Christoph Hormann
On Saturday 11 August 2018, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote: > > > > The wiki has definitely had problems recently and we should have a > > good discussion about what we want from it. > > I don’t know since when you are following the wiki development, but > from my point of view, there is nothing that

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Steve Doerr
On 10/08/2018 21:41, Blake Girardot wrote: But while I do not like the w3w solution, if they wanted to support OSMF to improve w3w support in osm core and the ecosystem of tools I would be all for giving it the exact same trial if the community agreed. But generally, I think plus codes are

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Hain
If they did sue, could Nomination, Osmand or OSM be liable if we implement it? -- Andrew From: Simon Poole Sent: 11 August 2018 09:43 To: Blake Girardot Cc: OpenStreetMap Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location

[OSM-talk] Generic Tasking Manager instances

2018-08-11 Thread Michał Brzozowski
Hi all, from all the instances of OSM Tasking Manager, are there ones which - won't close in foreseeable future - won't mind hosting generic tasks (not related to specific cause/region)? So, in essence, kind of like MapCraft, but with all the benefits of TM - including, but not limited to,

Re: [OSM-talk] Generic Tasking Manager instances

2018-08-11 Thread Blake Girardot
Hi Michal, The OSM-US has a pretty open and friendly OSM Tasking Manager install for projects. There is a form to fill out for project creation permissions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScho9oKNc_8OjAUdYxFtasRF6Qg3eyYoQF_jbka6Xk79nrvOw/viewform Cheers, Bake On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at

Re: [OSM-talk] Generic Tasking Manager instances

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
The instance I ran for many years has been replaced by http://tasks.osm.ch/ that I suspect will again be available for many years to come  (note that the main problem in the past has been that there was typically no way to migrate to newer version which led to people being stuck on old,

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
Am 11.08.2018 um 16:39 schrieb Richard Fairhurst: >  is a good idea, > apart from Simon, and even Homer nods sometimes. > > Note my opposition, notwithstanding my general concerns about fiddling with the markets, is founded in that plus codes are just simply not very good/fit for purpose.

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread john whelan
> Note my opposition, notwithstanding my general concerns about fiddling with the markets, is founded in that plus codes are just simply not very good/fit for purpose. And discounting using pure lat and long your solution would be? Thanks John On 11 August 2018 at 19:04, Simon Poole wrote: >

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
Am 12.08.2018 um 01:27 schrieb john whelan: > > Note my opposition, notwithstanding my general concerns about > fiddling with the markets, is founded in that plus codes are just > simply not very good/fit for purpose. > > And discounting using pure lat and long your solution would be? A pure

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread john whelan
Unfortunately reality is new mappers cut and paste buildings so you end up with multiple buildings with the same address. There are three other problems, maintenance is the first. How do you ensure that new buildings get a code? Second in many parts of Africa the same building gets mapped more

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
sent from a phone > On 12. Aug 2018, at 01:40, Simon Poole wrote: > > People seem to be looking more for unique ids for their dwellings than > something that is dependent on a relatively fine grained location/coordinate > value, of which you may have multiple for one house. We know this

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Simon Poole
The argument against the goog is that they have a monopolies in certain markets and are using those to extend in to others, I doubt that you could make a case against third parties supporting what then becomes the monopoly system, but who knows. I've actually legally been in that situation

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Errington
I tag survey points with latitude and longitude (taken from the plaque on the survey marker). Then it is possible to see if they have been moved accidentally, and for users to check that they are actually in the surveyed location. Andrew On Sat, Aug 11, 2018, 21:24 mmd wrote: > Am 10.08.2018

[Talk-it] OpenData Puglia

2018-08-11 Thread Mzzntn
Buongiorno a tutti, dopo aver scoperto (http://www.dataset.puglia.it/) avevo intenzione di cominciare ad inserire alcuni dei dataset su OSM, pensavo di cominciare dagli stabilimenti balneari

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Hain
Do you know whether the latitude and longitude on the plaque are in the WGS84 that we use? From: Andrew Errington Sent: 11 August 2018 10:56 To: mmd Cc: Talk Openstreetmap Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Andrew Errington
Yes indeed, otherwise I wouldn't have recorded them. I'd be happy to hear a better solution for survey points. The naive approach is to assume that the latitude and longitude of the point in OSM is the surveyed value, which it should be, but without external corroboration you can't be sure.

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Mike N
On 8/11/2018 1:35 AM, Oleksiy Muzalyev wrote: And they will not start putting up signs of the Plus-Codes outside their house unless the OpenStreetMap community accept this technology. What would actually happen in these locations? Do they bring up the web site

Re: [Talk-it] OpenData Puglia

2018-08-11 Thread Francesco Piero Paolicelli
ciao ma in particolare ti interessa tutta la puglia o alcuni luoghi o argomenti in particolare? Ci sono molti cataloghi opendata comunali che potrebbero avere quello che cerchi a partire da Lecce, Francavilla Fontana, Galatone, Terlizzi. cià Il giorno 11 agosto 2018 12:52, Mzzntn ha scritto: >

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Karel Adams
Excuse me for being pecky on language - for this once I feel free because language is (more or less) the subject matter anyway. Where @jakka writes "space", and @ruben neatly follows suit, I think the actual meaning is "blank". nl "spatie" => en "blank" en "space" => nl "ruimte" Not

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Jo
Op za 11 aug. 2018 om 11:24 schreef mmd : > > With all due respect, I think we've long crossed that point: > > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/KSJ2%3Alat > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/ngbe%3Alat_ed50 > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/gns%3ALAT >

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Frederik Ramm
Hi, On 11.08.2018 11:21, mmd wrote: > With all due respect, I think we've long crossed that point: All these have been added by accident, as a side effect of undiscussed imports. This is bad, but not as bad as adding them on purpose in the course of an ill-conceived aid project with the promise

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Christoph Hormann
On Saturday 11 August 2018, mmd wrote: > > With all due respect, I think we've long crossed that point: > > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/KSJ2%3Alat > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/ngbe%3Alat_ed50 > https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/gns%3ALAT >

Re: [Talk-it] OpenData Puglia

2018-08-11 Thread Federico Cortese
Ora non ho modo di trovare le precedenti discussioni perchè sono proprio su una spiaggia salentina, ma si è già parlato in lista degli opendata Puglia. In particolare ho fatto una dettagliata analisi del dataset degli stabilimenti riscontrando discordanze chilometriche rispetto alla realtà. Ad

Re: [Talk-it] OpenData Puglia

2018-08-11 Thread Mzzntn
Ciao ho appena ritrovato ed riletto la conversazione, ne deduco che essendoci degli errori nei dataset, è meglio importarli a mano avendo Umap come supporto, quindi come non detto ;) -- Sent from: http://gis.19327.n8.nabble.com/Italy-General-f5324174.html

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Ruben
On Sat, 11 Aug 2018 13:11:07 +, Karel Adams wrote: > Excuse me for being pecky on language - for this once I feel free > because language is (more or less) the subject matter anyway. It's not – typography of road references is. Typography is distinct from language in general. > Where

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Jo
Karel, you are probably right, but the key to create such a blank is commonly known as the space bar. I would also remove the 'empty character' (Leerzeichen) here in Belgium. In France it's consistently with a space, I guess they find it like that on their signage. Jo Op za 11 aug. 2018 om

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Wouter Hamelinck
The ASCII standard RFC 20 describes character 32 as "Space (Normally Non-Printing)". Nothing wrong with shortening that to "space" according to me. wouter On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 3:11 PM Karel Adams wrote: > Excuse me for being pecky on language - for this once I feel free > because language is

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread mmd
Am 11.08.2018 um 12:18 schrieb Christoph Hormann: > I hope you are aware that you are defending a bad tagging idea with the > existence of other bad tagging ideas. The intention was actually quite the opposite. It was more a question of taking a step back and revisiting those tags where

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Ruben
Hi Frank, On Fri, 10 Aug 2018 21:06:54 +0200, Jakka wrote: > Where can I see and read what is the correct spelling of the E and other road > network like A? Is there a space between the letter and number? > The wiki pages > https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Europe/E-road_network

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Ruben
On Sat, 11 Aug 2018 15:30:26 +0200, Ruben wrote: > "Space" in English has well over 20 distinct meanings. One of them is > • according to Wiktionary[1]: "(letterpress typography) A piece of metal > type used to separate words, cast lower than other type so as not to take > ink, especially one

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread john whelan
What do the users in Tanzania require? Do they have access to an android smartphone? If so what is wrong with using OSMand, its free. Every building in Tanzania has a visible OLC code and its permanent so no danger it will disappear after the trial. Cheerio John On 11 August 2018 at 09:31,

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread mmd
Am 10.08.2018 um 19:46 schrieb Christoph Hormann: > The idea of tagging encoded coordinates is so ridiculous to anyone with > a bit of understanding of computer programming, data processing and > data maintainance that even after ignoring all the arguments in > substance that have been voiced

Re: [Talk-it] OpenData Puglia

2018-08-11 Thread Andrea Musuruane
Ciao, 2018-08-11 12:27 GMT+02:00 Mzzntn : > Buongiorno a tutti, dopo aver scoperto (http://www.dataset.puglia.it/) > avevo > intenzione di cominciare ad inserire alcuni dei dataset su OSM, pensavo di > cominciare dagli stabilimenti balneari >

Re: [OSM-talk] highway=* + area=yes vs area:highway=*

2018-08-11 Thread Lester Caine
On 11/08/18 07:02, Andrew Harvey wrote: > No, all highways are areas :) Mapping them as a line is a manual generalization ;) Yes, but you're mapping the road centerline, which isn't a generalization but a real world feature. Mapping the path of a highway as a 'way' is a generalization.

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Blake Girardot
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 5:49 AM, Frederik Ramm wrote: > Hi, > > On 11.08.2018 11:21, mmd wrote: >> With all due respect, I think we've long crossed that point: > > All these have been added by accident, as a side effect of undiscussed > imports. > > This is bad, but not as bad as adding them on

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Karel Adams
Thanks, Jo, you are looking on from a little distance, that is always helpful to get consensus... I agree with your "the key to create such a blank is commonly known as the space bar" - which only confirms how subtle the English language really is. And that is precisely what makes me contest

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Richard Fairhurst
Blake Girardot wrote: > Also: No one is getting paid for anything related to this at this > point. I personally would like to see Google donate to the OSMF > and let the OSMF grant it out to help OSM core and eco system > tools implement OLC native in code as it should be. That's done. Tom has

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread john whelan
I think what is needed is an independent way to generate them from OSMand and I think that is part of the missing puzzle. Cheerio John On 11 August 2018 at 11:30, Blake Girardot HOT/OSM < blake.girar...@hotosm.org> wrote: > On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 10:39 AM, Richard Fairhurst > wrote: > > Blake

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Blake Girardot HOT/OSM
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 10:39 AM, Richard Fairhurst wrote: > Blake Girardot wrote: >> Also: No one is getting paid for anything related to this at this >> point. I personally would like to see Google donate to the OSMF >> and let the OSMF grant it out to help OSM core and eco system >> tools

Re: [OSM-talk-be] int_ref, ref spelling, no space between letter and number....

2018-08-11 Thread Stijn Rombauts
Hi, A year or 2 ago I asked the same question and then no-one objected to ref and nat_ref without space and int_ref with a space. Regards, StijnRR On Saturday, August 11, 2018, 2:38:33 PM GMT+2, Ruben wrote: Hi Frank, On Fri, 10 Aug 2018 21:06:54 +0200, Jakka wrote: > Where can I

Re: [OSM-talk] Is it technically and legally possible to add the Open Location Code to the OSM search?

2018-08-11 Thread Oleksiy Muzalyev
On 12.08.18 02:59, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote: On 12. Aug 2018, at 01:40, Simon Poole > wrote: People seem to be looking more for unique ids for their dwellings than something that is dependent on a relatively fine grained location/coordinate value, of which you may

[Talk-in] HOTOSM Task:4986 - Idukki, Kerala, India Road Network Improvement

2018-08-11 Thread Naveen Francis
Hi New task has been created Idukki. #4986 - Idukki, Kerala, India Road Network Improvement https://tasks.hotosm.org/project/4986 Thanks, naveenpf ___ Talk-in mailing list Talk-in@openstreetmap.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-in

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] Linky est un appareil multitaches !

2018-08-11 Thread osm . sanspourriel
Mauvaise pioche, les compteurs récents ont cette mesure anti-fraude. Donc si on soupçonne de la fraude, on change le compteur pour un compteur électronique. C'est ce qui serait le plus rentable (pas de changement massif). Jean-Yvon Le 11/08/2018 à 09:34, Jean-Pierre CANTAIS a écrit : Et si

Re: [OSM-ja] placeのcityとtownの使い分け

2018-08-11 Thread batosm
私の確認不足ですね。エディターのタグからのジャンプ先を読んでいただけなのでJapan_taggingのページは知りませんでした。 市がTownになっているのは地道に修正入れていきます。 ___ Talk-ja mailing list Talk-ja@openstreetmap.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-ja

Re: [Talk-de] Datum einer Kontrolle vermerken?

2018-08-11 Thread gmbo
genau das war am letzten Stamtisch in Bochum Thema. Da wurde das ganze deshalb angefragt weil wir uns vermehrt um Öffnungszeiten kümmern wollen. Die Möglichkeiten von QA sind derzeit ja nur vorhanden oder nicht abzufragen. Unsere Zusammenfassung erbrachte dann ein paar wenige Fakten. Sinnvoll

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] interruption coupure d'une piste cyclable

2018-08-11 Thread lenny.libre
Le 10/08/2018 à 23:37, David Crochet a écrit : Bonjour Le 10/08/2018 à 23:30, lenny.libre a écrit : faut-il descendre de vélo pour suivre ce chemin, prendre la route ? légalement oui quels attributs mettre ? cela redevient un traditionnel trottoir donc highway=footway

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] interruption coupure d'une piste cyclable

2018-08-11 Thread osm . sanspourriel
Le 11/08/2018 à 10:03, lenny.libre - lenny.li...@orange.fr a écrit : Je sais mettre les attributs pour un simple trottoir, mais là, il y a une relation "REV Muret-Grenade" faut-il la rediriger vers la route où y a-t-il des attributs qui disent descendre de vélo ? Oui : highway=footway

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] bug de rendu sur les lignes de terrain de sport sur le rendu osmfr

2018-08-11 Thread Christian Quest
J'ai corrigé la requête... étonnant que les mises à jour du serveur aient provoqué cet effet de bord. Les nouvelles tuiles générées sont OK, par contre, pour les existantes, je vais lancer un recalcul général mais il va prendre du temps. Le ven. 10 août 2018 à 10:32, David Crochet a écrit : >

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] résumés des problèmes majeurs du rendu osm-fr et osm.org

2018-08-11 Thread Jérôme Seigneuret
Ok merci pour toutes ces clarifications. C'est un super compte rendu. Au moins je comprends mieux ces histoires de délais de mise à jour de tuiles... De mon côté c'est Scorch qui déconne. Bon week-end Le sam. 11 août 2018 11:30, marc marc a écrit : > Tu fais des suppositions de suppositions qui

Re: [Diversity-talk] Feedback - Open Gender Monologues & Gender and Diversity chat SOTM 2018

2018-08-11 Thread Celine Jacquin
Hi all, I've read the pad with gender-session results synthesized by Heather and I am writing a note (diary) on the Geochicas session. I can include there a more synthesized result of the activity and my personal vision for next steps. Or I can keep this part for a common blog we talked about.

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] résumés des problèmes majeurs du rendu osm-fr et osm.org

2018-08-11 Thread Philippe Verdy
Apparement les liens munin indiquent toujours que Orm est en prod, et aucun lien pour rhaegal. Ces liens ne sont peut-être pas encore à jour, et rhaegal est alors un nouveau serveur remplaçant orm (ce dont j'ai maintenant un doute vu que le graphe munion le mentionne **maintenant** comme 5e

Re: [Talk-de] Datum einer Kontrolle vermerken?

2018-08-11 Thread Markus
Hallo Gisbert, prima Ergänzung vom: > Stamtisch in Bochum :-) > zur Zeit gibt es viele verschiedene Tags. Am Besten wäre es, diese Q-Tags im Wiki genau zu beschreiben/definieren: Nur genau definierte tags sind hilfreich. (sonst bekommt am die gleichen Konflikte und Endlosdiskussionen, wie wir

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] résumés des problèmes majeurs du rendu osm-fr et osm.org

2018-08-11 Thread marc marc
Tu fais des suppositions de suppositions qui au final se transforment en errer, un exemple : Le 11. 08. 18 à 05:27, Philippe Verdy a écrit : > Les 4 serveurs de rendus d'OMS.org sont "yevaud", "vial", "scorch", > et "orm" (et non pas "rhaegal" ou c'est un ancien alias). information de Tom

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] interruption coupure d'une piste cyclable

2018-08-11 Thread Jérôme Seigneuret
En fait chaque passage piéton sans matérialisation pour les vélos et déjà une rupture de fait. Le sam. 11 août 2018 10:38, a écrit : > Le 11/08/2018 à 10:03, lenny.libre - lenny.li...@orange.fr a écrit : > > Je sais mettre les attributs pour un simple trottoir, mais là, il y a une > relation

Re: [Talk-de] Datum einer Kontrolle vermerken?

2018-08-11 Thread Andreas Meier
Der Stammtisch Bochum würde mir offenbar gefallen :-) Einen entsprechenden Kommentar im Changeset für dann ein Objekt fände ich aus Modellierungsaspekten nicht logisch: die Information eines Verifikationsdatums ist m.E. eine Information, die an das Objekt gehört, weil sie als Metadaten die

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] résumés des problèmes majeurs du rendu osm-fr et osm.org

2018-08-11 Thread Philippe Verdy
De plus le graphe munin indique clairemetn qu'Orm n'est pas hors production mais est en cours de rattrapage de son retard de base de données, donc qu'il a été réactivé (même si pour l'instant il ne produit pas encore de tuiles puisque sa base est en cours de rechargement et resynchronisation

[Talk-us] State Open Data

2018-08-11 Thread OSM Volunteer stevea
In California, we are quite fortunate to have not only a great deal of open data, but an explicit (two, actually) state Supreme Court cases which unambiguously assert that data created by the state in the name of the People belong to, yup, We, the People. In other words, if the data are

Re: [Talk-us] State Open Data

2018-08-11 Thread Pine W
I'm interested in this subject. An issue is that the copyright might be owned by the government entity that created it, even if the records are open for the public. If something is public record in California, does that also mean that it's not copyrighted by the government entity that created it?

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] interruption coupure d'une piste cyclable

2018-08-11 Thread lenny.libre
Le 11/08/2018 à 10:37, osm.sanspourr...@spamgourmet.com a écrit : Le 11/08/2018 à 10:03, lenny.libre - lenny.li...@orange.fr a écrit : Je sais mettre les attributs pour un simple trottoir, mais là, il y a une relation "REV Muret-Grenade" faut-il la rediriger vers la route où y a-t-il des

Re: [OSM-talk-fr] interruption coupure d'une piste cyclable

2018-08-11 Thread David Crochet
Bonjour Le 11/08/2018 à 16:31, lenny.libre a écrit : quels attributs mettre entre les deux panneaux de fin pour traverser la route ? réglementairement parlant « highway=footway ». Il aurait fallu un feu tricolore et un passage peint ou indiqué en vert pour indiquer aux usagers qu'il y a

Re: [Talk-dk] Konstruktioner i vand

2018-08-11 Thread Troels Arvin
Hej, Niels skrev bl.a.: > Ja, men det er måske ikke rigtigt en breakwater. Korrekt, det er ikke en breakwater og ej heller en estakade: http://troels.arvin.dk/osm/evidence/sluse_vand-ting/vand1.jpg Nu har jeg forsøgt mig med bl.a. barrier=cable_barrier + seamark:type=cable_overhead dér hvor der

Re: [Talk-dk] Konstruktioner i vand

2018-08-11 Thread osm
Se her: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolphin_(structure) > Korrekt, det er ikke en breakwater og ej heller en estakade: > http://troels.arvin.dk/osm/evidence/sluse_vand-ting/vand1.jpg ___ Talk-dk mailing list Talk-dk@openstreetmap.org

Re: [Talk-us] State Open Data

2018-08-11 Thread Clifford Snow
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 12:01 PM Pine W wrote: > I'm interested in this subject. An issue is that the copyright might be > owned by the government entity that created it, even if the records are > open for the public. If something is public record in California, does that > also mean that it's

Re: [Talk-de] Datum einer Kontrolle vermerken?

2018-08-11 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
sent from a phone > On 11. Aug 2018, at 13:08, Andreas Meier wrote: > > Bei lastcheck:note =* habe ich im Moment Fragezeichen, ob das als > unstrukturiertes Tag nötig und hilfreich wäre. der note tag als Freeform tag um weitere Informationen unstrukturiert an folgende Mapper weiterzugeben,