[OSM-dev] JSON/GeoJSON output format for 0.6 api
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Wed May 27 13:35:49 BST 2009
On Wednesday 27 May 2009 14:22:27 Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> Tom Hughes wrote:
> > Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> >> Out of interest, do we have any stats on the proportion of server
> >> load caused by each client?
> >> (not sure I really want to ask that question...)
> > I'm not sure you did either ;-)
> I suspect a lot of the Potlatch load is caused by people trying to
> edit large areas at z13.
> We pretty much have to keep offering z13 because for most of the
> world, it's the only level at which Yahoo imagery is available. What
> would be good (we discussed this on IRC) would be if Potlatch - or
> the Rails site, which is after all the code that actually tells
> Potlatch "edit this at this zoom, this latitude and this longitude" -
> could access some metric or other to find out how dense an area is,
> and then zoom in accordingly if there'll be too much to edit. One for
> the hack weekend maybe...
I was thinking about this problem, too. My code currently fetches areas
of 0.1° * 0.1° but this can be a pain when the area is dense, and
wastes time when the area is very sparse.
So, is there any way to access somehow how dense one area is?
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