[HOT] Tasking manager - clone project with boundary.

Bjoern Hassler bjohas+mw at gmail.com
Wed Dec 6 18:38:52 UTC 2017


Hi Blake,

many thanks, that all makes sense!

Bjoern

On 6 December 2017 at 16:58, Blake Girardot HOT/OSM <
blake.girardot at hotosm.org> wrote:

> Hi Bjoern,
>
> I put some answers inline below.
>
> On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 10:01 PM, Bjoern Hassler <bjohas+mw at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Dear friends,
> >
> > In the new tasking manager:
> >
> > - Is it possible to clone a project with boundary?
>
> No, at the moment it clones everything but the original project AoI.
> That is one of the reasons it is good to workout the project aoi ahead
> of time in something like JOSM first. That makes it easy to clone, or
> recreate, etc.
>
> > - Is it possible to export the boundary from one project easily, so it
> can
> > be imported into another?
>
> I am not sure the answer to this. It is possible I believe via the
> TM3's API, but it is not what I would call easy. I know Ethan was
> working on making some easy URLs to get the original AoI out, as well
> as the created Tasks out.
>
> > - Is it possible to change the boundary for a draft project (i.e. before
> > there's any edits)?
>
> No, this is not possible, once the project is created, it is fixed.
> You can now actually delete a project, (edit -> actions -> delete) so
> feel free to clone, import a new aoi, then delete the original would
> be the fast path to fixing the aoi.
>
> You can also use imagery to create the aoi and do the pre-splitting,
> when creating a project, lower right corner is a layers icon. But
> really best to create the aoi in josm then import into TM3.
>
> >
> > One way to have two projects with the same boundary would be to upload
> the
> > same boundary file to both... but I've already got one hand drawn
> boundary
> > (in a project with edits) and now want to set up another projects with
> > matching tiles...
>
> I think in HOT's slack someone can help you if you really want to get
> that exact aoi again, the TM3 does output it, but as i said, it is via
> an API so not meant for people to use, but for a machine to parse and
> make use of, but it is geojson so we can hand parse it to get just the
> aoi part of the geojson
>
> Hope that helps some,
> cheers
> blake
>
>
> > Thanks,
> > Bjoern
> >
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