[OSM-dev] carto 0.16.0 released

Oleksiy Muzalyev oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Wed Apr 13 07:25:39 UTC 2016

Good morning nebulon42,

Thank you for the information and for the update.

A small suggestion: a communication tower does not have an icon on the 
OSM map. For example, the TV tower in Berlin 
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernsehturm_Berlin> , 368 meters (1207 
ft) height: http://osm.org/go/0MbFhhKaw--?m= .

Or the TV tower in Odessa 
, 199 m (652 ft): http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/409948785 looks just 
like an usual building on the map.

In the past it was OK, as there was mostly the 2D traffic in the cities 
(car, public transportation, bicycle, pedestrian). However, nowadays the 
new emerging multi-billion industry of civil UAVs begins to generate the 
3D traffic.

The civil UAVs are becoming safer, for instance, the DJI Phantom 4 
<http://www.dji.com/product/phantom-4> has got a collision avoidance 
system, the duplication of critical components and functions, 
sophisticated fail-safe system, etc. However, the airspace safety is a 
shared responsibility, - not only of the aircraft producers.

A civil UAV pilot usually studies a map of the area, weather forecast, 
satellite images, etc. while working on a flight plan. An icon of a 
tower with its height on the map would be beneficial in my opinion.

Best regards,

On 12/04/16 22:44, nebulon42 wrote:
> Carto 0.16.0 (the JavaScript implementation of CartoCSS) has been
> released and is available via npm.
> Changes include:
> * support for YAML MML files
> * support for targeting Mapnik API versions from the command line
> * support for minimum/maximum-scale-denominator (Mapnik 3)
> * support for HuSL perceptual colours
> * bug fixes and dependency updates
> See https://github.com/mapbox/carto/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md for the
> full change log.
> nebulon42
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