[OSM-talk] Vandalism in Trumpington
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Mon Apr 28 00:37:21 BST 2008
Richard Fairhurst schreef:
> Ulf Lamping wrote:
>> This all sounds you're trying to cure the pain of not using buffered
>> editing with adding another concept that will add another layer of
>> confusion ...
> Fine. I'm really not going to attempt and convince anyone here - one
> has to be a bit of a pig-headed UI fascist to develop stuff like
> this, otherwise you end up with design by committee which just
> doesn't work.
> I think it's good that we offer editors that work in different ways;
> that there is more than one answer to the questions of "how's stuff
> written to the db and how do I avoid causing damage", although
> Potlatch doesn't adequately answer those questions yet; and that
> those who are arguing for a "save" button are trying to impose a
> model which doesn't suit Potlatch. You and Frederik and doubtless
> others disagree - as shown by the fact that you find something
> "painful" while I actively prefer it. That's fine, there's no
> monopoly on editors. I don't feel it's impossible to have a usable
> editor that doesn't work on the "prepare and commit" principle, and
> that's what I'm concentrating on building.
Keep up the good work Richard!
Polyglot (who uses both editors; JOSM for initial entering of
data/Potlatch for fine tuning afterwards and aligning on Yahoo! imagery)
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