[talk-au] OSM Client for Symbian?

Cosmic Charade cosmicharade at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 04:51:14 BST 2009

thanks for that.. so a 'waypoint' is used for POI contribution?

The OSM maps also have bike and walking trails which Google Maps and 
Nokia Maps don't so for my purposes I actually require mobile OSM tomorrow.

Nokia Sports Tracker can save and export tracks to kml so I may just use 
that for traces as I will have it on anyway.

Ashley Kyd wrote:
> It also takes waypoints which is extra useful if you're going to use it
> to contribute to OSM.
> On Fri, 2009-10-02 at 12:01 +1000, Jason Stirk wrote:
>> But, save your trace frequently, and don't dare interrupt saving a
>> trace, lest it eat all your hard work and crash...
> Even better, turn on the GPX stream feature and it'll write your trace
> to a GPX file in real time, so if it crashes it can resume/restore the
> data.
> I find it's generally a quite solid app, if a little resource hungry. My
> main problem is that my phone runs out of memory and starts randomly
> closing things if I try to do too much.
> Cheers,
> Ash.

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