[OSM-talk] Any chance of getting RSS/Atom feeds for those changeset/history pages?
Iván Sánchez Ortega
ivan at sanchezortega.es
Wed Apr 22 22:11:01 BST 2009
El Miércoles, 22 de Abril de 2009, Frederik Ramm escribió:
> This does not rule out the application of a convex hull but [...]
> It is going to be expensive, and it is not going to avoid false positives
> altogether, just reduce them...
My point is that we could reach a compromise between no false positives and
Besides, computing a bbox is O(n) (n being the number of nodes affected by the
changeset) and a convex hull is O(n log(n)), which isn't that bad.
Geez, I do need to improve my computational geometry skills ASAP. There is
just so much cool stuff to be done.
> I think an external service that does nothing but compare
> "subscriptions" to changeset bboxes and the elements therein could be
> the solution; it can take all the time it needs, and maybe even apply
> some automatic segmentation to large changesets.
This whole 0.6 changeset stuff just turned into "ITO OSM mapper is dead, long
live ITO OSM mapper!" :-P
Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivan at sanchezortega.es>
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