[OSM-dev] GSoC 17 : JOSM- New main menu
openstreetmap at michael.fam-zangl.net
Tue Mar 7 18:47:21 UTC 2017
For this particular project, I'd recommend that you familiarize yourself
with the editing options that JOSM provides. Fell free to install many
plugins and see how they integrate into JOSM.
You should also get familiar with the menu code, starting at the
MainMenu class. It currently has a lot of public fields and other ugly
code. You should develop a cleanup plan for both the source code and the
the visual menu. Feel free to use object-oriented approaches. The new
menu should be compatible to the old API as good as possible, since all
JOSM plugins depend on it and we don't want to break them all. You can
use the adapter pattern for this, so don't worry too much about it.
Am 07.03.2017 um 19:17 schrieb Nathiesha Maddage:
> Hi Michael,
> Thanks for the quick reply.
> I am Nathiesha Maddage, a final year undergraduate at University of
> Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. I participated in GSoC 2016 as well and completed
> the project successfully, by developing an Eclipse plugin.
> I was interested in OSM, since I was doing my final year University
> project on visualizing the land use with OSM data and Google satellite
> images. I went through the project list and I am interested in the JOSM
> project , new main menu. I am familiar with Java and I am getting
> familiarized with JOSM.
> I compiled the source code using Eclipse. I will go through it to get a
> basic understanding about the code and the project structure. And I will
> use the JOSM mailing list and bug tracker, as you have suggested, if I
> find any question regarding the code.
> Is there any other resources that I should follow in the meantime, that
> would be useful for this project?
> Github -https://github.com/nathiesha
> LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathiesha-maddage-48710096/
> On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 11:24 PM, Michael Zangl
> <openstreetmap at michael.fam-zangl.net
> <mailto:openstreetmap at michael.fam-zangl.net>> wrote:
> I am the one who proposed that project.
> Getting your own compiled version of JOSM is a good starting point.
> You can experiment with the github repository. It has not been updated
> since January, but this should be no problem since there were only minor
> changes since then. It is just a read-only mirror of the SVN repository.
> For detailed questions about the code, JOSM has a own mailing list:
> But we tend to use the bug tracker more, so you can simply comment on
> that ticket.
> If you have any further questions about the project, I'm always open to
> a chat session ;-).
> Am 07.03.2017 um 18:14 schrieb Nathiesha Maddage:
> > Hi all,
> > I downloaded the JOSM source code from the git hub repository 
> > because I am more familiar with git than svn. Is that OK, or should I
> > download the source code from the SVN repository, as git repository is
> > listed as unofficial in the website ?
> > . https://github.com/openstreetmap/josm
> > . https://josm.openstreetmap.de/wiki/Source%20code
> > --
> > Best Regards,
> > *Nathiesha Maddage*
> > Undergraduate,*
> > *
> > Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
> > Faculty of Engineering,
> > University of Moraduwa,
> > Sri Lanka.
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> Best Regards,
> *Nathiesha Maddage*
> Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
> Faculty of Engineering,
> University of Moraduwa,
> Sri Lanka.
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