[OSM-dev] A PostgreSQL extension for real-time simplification of objects in OSM API database

Rory McCann rory at technomancy.org
Thu Nov 17 10:08:26 UTC 2016


On 17/11/16 03:23, RTOSM DOOPAS wrote:
> 1. Initially, User opens JOSM/Potlatch to browse an overview map.
> currently the data are shown in slippy maps which are rendered from
> data to an imagery in advance at a rendering server. With rtosm, the
> overview map can be a collection of simplified objects to be rendered
> in client window. With this data, user can edit non-geometric part of
> the object, such as tags and relation members.

But... isn't there a danger that the mapper will load this
simplified/reduced object in JOSM (etc), change the tags, then press
upload? And then upload the simplified/reduced geometry? Which will make
the OSM data worse?

If you want to just edit the tags of large complicated objects, you
could use a special editor like Level0 or RawEditor? (Or write software
that makes the XML API call(s) yourself).


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