b.easton at exemail.com.au
Tue Sep 25 01:39:09 BST 2007
Funny thing, it was the sad sight of Port Phillip Bay that got me started on this. I have extended your coastline Eastwards to around Phillip island and have fixed up the oceantiles database and re-rendered the water section. Also did the Snowy river, upper murray and the gippsland coastline. I ran a lowzoom for the Melbourne and Gippsland tiles yesterday, so have a look now.
I have also fixed up the Vic/SA border to where it should be and got it rendered, plus a little of the Murray up on the corner - am just doing another lowzoom on that now. Osmarender currently does not render segments that pass through, but do not have a node inside a level 12 tile, so border lines need a node every few kilometres for Osmarender to 'see' them.
I am using the 'old-style' lowzoom script and doing it myself. I could not get the new-style lowzoom to work.
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On 25/09/2007 at 10:23 AM Lachlan Rogers wrote:
>How do we request low zoom renders (or do them ourselves)? Even
>though I'm in Canberra, I've added coastline around Port Phillip Bay
>in Melbourne over the last few weeks and it would be nice if this
>appeared in the low zoom tiles.
>On 9/25/07, Brent Easton <b.easton at exemail.com.au> wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> Don't forget to request updates on www.informationfreeway.org to update
>the Osmarender layer with your work. I've been doing a bit of work on
>borders and coastlines and finding all this great stuff that has not been
>rendered yet. I have been madly rendering whatever I can find. Unless you
>request the updates, or process them yourself, it just doesn't seem to
>happen with Osmarender.
>> Brent Easton
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