[HOT] Simulation in Samoa

Schuyler Erle schuyler at nocat.net
Thu Dec 1 16:09:46 GMT 2011

I'll try to have a look at this tonight or tomorrow...


Sent from my mobile. Please excuse my brevity.

Pierre GIRAUD <pierre.giraud at gmail.com> wrote:

>What I meant was creating a relation using existing ways. For example
>which define the coastline.
>For now I cannot check out why your relation isn't loaded. If I
>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>
>  Pierre
>See the relation http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/relation/1872673
>I created this relation prior to creating the task yesterday. But the
>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
>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
> Area
>OSM relation     1872673   *Note:* You already know an OSM which
>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
>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
>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
>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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