[OSM-dev] helping #switch2osm
sajjadkm at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 04:15:42 GMT 2012
On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 1:23 AM, Roger Weeks <roger at tethr.org> wrote:
> Michal Migurski has build this tool, which is pretty close to what I was
> tallking about:
> It builds a map server for you on an EC2 instance or other machine running
> Ubuntu 11.10. I'm trying it out now, will give more specifics once it's
> done and ready to use.
This looks promising. I'll also give it a shot. TileStache is another
awesome project by Michal Migurski http://tilestache.org/, which is an easy
to use, Python based tile server.
> On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 11:45 AM, Parveen Arora <mail at parveenarora.in>wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 8:15 PM, Kai Krueger <kakrueger at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > We should try and get more of the rendering tool stack into the standard
>> > repositories of Ubuntu and Feodora. That would probably make it easier
>> > to install a tile server. There are already a bunch of osm programs in
>> > the ubuntu repositories (e.g. josm and osm2pgsql, although the later is
>> > rather old), but programs like mod_tile, renderd and tirex are still
>> > missing.
>> > I wanted to see if I can do that, but then didn't get around to it. So
>> > if anyone else wants to try this it would be great. However, to get it
>> > into the next long term release 12.04, one would probably need to do
>> > this very soon.
>> Hi Kai,
>> I am interested to o this task to include it in the Ubuntu repositary,
>> moreover we can also provide a add on feature of customised map tiles
>> according to the choice of the users rather than the default tiles.
>> Please let me know what should I need to do and what should I need to
>> Thank You.
>> Parveen Arora
>> E-Mail: mail at parveenarora.in
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