[HOT] Simulation in Samoa

Pierre GIRAUD pierre.giraud at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 14:04:57 GMT 2011

Hi all,

Just a quick note. To create jobs for the tasking manager more efficiently,
it would probably be better to configure the jobs with a relation. I had a
quick look this morning to check if there were already one for the Samoa
Island. Unfortunately, there's none apparently. Though, it shouldn't be
that difficult to create one.
The main goal is to avoid the ocean only tiles.
Does it make sense?

And once again, please write down any feedback. I definitely want the
tasking manager to be as powerful and easy to use as possible.


Sent from my iPhone

On 30 nov. 2011, at 22:03, "Pierre Béland" <infosbelas-gps at yahoo.fr> wrote:

  Thanks Jean-Guilhem

I uploaded your OpenLayers.js file.  I also added img and theme
subdirectories and the API works fine now.
 for reminder, see

Guilhem Cailton 2011-11-30  14:08:20

Hi Pierre,

Thank you for this page, and the interesting links.

Le 30/11/2011 18:23, Pierre Béland a écrit :

Note that Mapnik OSM Overlay can be overlapped over Google base layers, but
a <<Coming Soon>> tile is showed when trying to overlap over Bing Imagery

I think this is related to this openlayers bug :

and maybe other similar bugs (present in openlayers trac about bing zoom),
that may be exposed by the "obtenir_tuiles_serveur" function.

Bug 3485 was closed and is fixed in development version of OpenLayers.
(If it's convenient for you, you can get a copy here:
that you could copy to your site. - Please don't include this url in your
page as my upstream connection is slow for such a big file for users. - And
then I could include your copy of current OpenLayer.js, on a fast download
link, in my page ;)

Using standard OpenLayer.OSM.Mapnik, by removing the line that was
commented out, and commenting the TMS line, works for me.

You can see my slightly modified version of your samoa.htm here:

and check that it works for you.

Best wishes,


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