[Routing] OT : JOSM & Track 2 way
nroets at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 21:50:58 BST 2008
> I think some things lead to innovation, I cannot say it enough.
> OpenStreetMap design JOSM etc. is STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID, I'm not
> talking about the tool. The tool is ok. But it is as now 3(?) years
> already possible to just generate and update tracks from nmea data,
> under an academic license. Mapgenerator is happy is providing you the
> resulting map.
I can't disagree more. Maybe it's because we have Y! coverage here.
Maybe it's because my previous GPS was sooo inaccurate. Maybe it's
because I frequently take shortcuts with my mountain bike. Maybe it's
because I'm now able to create new ways and nodes on site using my GPS
and gosmore, so I don't have to cycle along a street to map it.
B.t.w. gosmore now uses the shortest path algorithm to remove the
"spikes" that appear from time to time in NMEA data. See the source
for a description.
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