[Osmf-talk] Why not an OSMF Tasking Manager ? + TM technical limits and potential resolution

John Whelan jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 23:14:58 UTC 2018

My thoughts would be to come up with a set of requirements.  TM2 did 
somethings better than TM3.  It might be possible to dig them out of git 
hub and the TM3 instance.  Only when the requirements are defined and 
agreed on should any work be undertaken with TM.

I don't know if TM is open source but JOSM and its plugins are 
indicative that there is a lot of programming expertise lying around OSM 
that could be tapped and it would be programming expertise with 
experience in OpenStreetMap.

When I ran a team of programmers often I found that the ones who 
understood the subject matter well produced the most useful code as far 
as the clients were concerned.  The ones with computer science 
backgrounds might be able to write efficient sort routines but were less 
useful in understanding client requirements.

Cheerio John

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