[HOT] Simulation in Samoa

Pierre GIRAUD pierre.giraud at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 16:05:21 GMT 2011

What I meant was creating a relation using existing ways. For example those
which define the coastline.
For now I cannot check out why your relation isn't loaded. If I remember
well it doesn't support multi polygons currently.

And I won't be able to check till Tuesday. Too bad I have something
scheduled for the whole week-end.


Sent from my iPhone

On 1 déc. 2011, at 15:39, "Pierre Béland" <infosbelas-gps at yahoo.fr> wrote:


See the relation http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/relation/1872673

I created this relation prior to creating the task yesterday. But the Task
manager was not able to use this relation. To be able to create the job, I
have defined a rectangle with the mouse.  As I see, it is not possible to
revise the area once the task is created.

This morning I started a new job. An the same problem arises. I cannot
click on the *Create the Job *button (no hyperlink).


New Job
Title  xxx

Area of interest
 OSM relation     1872673   *Note:* You already know an OSM which delimits
the area.
 Bounding box                  *Note:* You can draw a box on the map or
enter it manually to define the area. Hold down shift to draw a bounding
box across the map.
Zoom level  10

 Imagery URL

 Pierre GIRAUD wrote on 2011-12-01  09:05:05

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.

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