[HOT] Building Counter App
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Mon Dec 10 02:07:36 GMT 2012
Tested great stuff.
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On Dec 9, 2012, at 9:03 PM, Yohan Boniface <yohanboniface at free.fr> wrote:
> Well, being on "take a break day", after a discussion with Tim (https://github.com/timlinux/osm-reporter/issues/2), I've quickly implemented a proof of concept of the dynamic view: so you can now browse the map and click on the control on the top-right of the map to get the stats for the current view.
> I've updated http://reporter.fluv.io to make it testable.
> With the same warnings than before: it's a dev server, so not every time up, and only small areas will work.
> On 12/09/2012 06:02 PM, Yohan Boniface wrote:
>> Hi Kate (and all :) ),
>> Being at bed with a throat infection, I had some time to have a look. ;)
>> Regarding your request, I see two problems:
>> - the code fetch the data from the API (which has size limitations)
>> - it parses the whole DOM on the fly to calculate the users list
>> So, making a reporter site for all the Indonesia sounds not trivial in
>> my point of view. And certainly too much time consumer in regard of my
>> actual availability (being very busy on "youmap project" -
>> Anyway, I have quickly setted an instance, and hacked it to be able to
>> pass a bbox parameter, so you can play with it (with small areas ;) ).
>> For example:
>> Note that this server is a dev server, so not very powerful, and
>> sometimes down for works.
>> If the bbox mode seems useful, it will not take that much time for me to
>> clean my hack and make a pull request to Tim. Also, displaying the map
>> directly instead of using an iframe could allow to add an option for
>> calculating the bbox from the current map view.
>> On 12/09/2012 12:17 PM, Yohan Boniface wrote:
>>> Hi Kate,
>>> I can have a look these days.
>>> I can set up on my servers, and if we find the tool useful and want to
>>> keep it for long, then move it on a more official server.
>>> On 12/09/2012 11:52 AM, Kate Chapman wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> Anyone interested in setting up this building counter app for Indonesia?
>>>> Blog post about it here:
>>>> Code here: https://github.com/timlinux/osm-reporter
>>>> Let me know. I can find some server space as well.
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