<p>Let user add a few custom tile server when they use the OSM website</p>
<p>I do something a bit like this all the time - I replace the HOT layer served via osm.org with tiles from map.atownsend.org.uk. The advantage to me is that I'm frequently editing things that just aren't rendered by any of the 4 osm.org layers, and if you want to edit something, or even just find out more about it, it helps to know where it is first.</p>
<p>As an aside, it used to be quite easy to replace an existing osm.org layer with something else using a browser plugin. That's less easy now that everything is foreced to be https whether we like it or not (you have to click through a certificate "error" periodically), but still worth the effort.</p>
<p>If there are additional tile layers that would be useful then they should be proposed through the normal policy mechanisms</p>
<p>That isn't what is being asked for here, and certainly in the case of the tile layer I use most wouldn't be appropriate since it doesn't make sense for it to cover the whole world.</p>
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