Anthony G. Balico
anthony.balico at gmail.com
Sat Dec 4 11:56:49 GMT 2010
You may want to fire up a bit your josm using this little tweak
> java -Xmx512m -jar josm-latest.jar
I installed the "imagery" plugin instead, and its working great you may
give it a try (a josm restart is necessary after installing a new
After that, just simply download map from osm (3rd from left on the menu
icons), box your area of interest (not so large otherwise you get an
error). By default it will download only osm data but i suggest you
tick the "raw gps data" to pull the gps data from the db as well. After
both were download, click "Imagery" from the main menu then choose Bing
Sat. Now you're good to go :)
On Sat, 2010-12-04 at 22:42 +1100, Noli Sicad wrote:
> How do I start traces Bing Maps Imagerty (e.g. Iligan) using JOSM.
> 1. Download the latest josm-latest.jar
> 2. In terminal (linux)
> > java -jar josm-latest.jar
> 3. Install wmsplugin (for Bing Maps)
> What is next to do?
> 4.File -> New New Layer?
> Any short tutorial?
> I watched the JOSM videos by Steve Coast. It seems not applicable to
> tracing maps.
> On 12/1/10, maning sambale <emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm posting this to generate insights on how we should maximize and
> > accelerate data contributions in bing covered areas.
> > At the moment there are a lot of bing imagery with minimal active
> > ph-osmer (perhaps main reason is the lack of imagery). I am
> > predicting that this will change very soon when other people start to
> > see that their area of interest has his-res imagery available. As a
> > community, how do we approach the info dissemination so that people
> > become aware that there is imagery already in "X" town?
> > Some suggestions:
> > 1. Lets create a coverage list and add them here:
> > http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Philippines/hires_imagery
> > . Do we have complete coverage sweep:
> > http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Bing/Coverage#Philippines ?
> > 2. Check nearby editors covered by bing and remind them that imagery
> > is now available (via OSM messaging).
> > 3. "Seed" the area by tracing roads (temporarily tagged as highway=road).
> > Adding stub roads can give an impression of completeness. Hence, it
> > can be counter-productive. Personally, I have reservations on point 3
> > (but lack the patience to wait for a passionate contributor in "X"
> > town) :) .
> > On the long term, the main strategy would be to encourage local osm
> > groups within these imagery covered areas.
> > Any ideas?
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