[talk-au] Canberra - last white spot on the map

John Smith deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 03:56:09 GMT 2010

On 9 February 2010 13:25, John Henderson <snowgum at gmx.com> wrote:
> As a term for automotive fuel, e100 means that there's no
> petroleum/gasoline whatsoever in the mix:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_ethanol_fuel_mixtures
> Similarly, I take "biodiesel" to mean b100, as is sold at at least one
> servo in Sydney.  b5 and b20 are more commonly-available grades of Diesel.

The fuels section of the wiki is duplicated and disjointed some what,
it only states biodiesel, there is no mention of mixes.

> Except that it's understood that Australian servos will sell 91 octane
> ULP, whereas that fuel is excluded by default on www.osmfuel.org - only
> the European grades (95 and 98 octane) come up unless 91 is explicitly
> added.

As per a previous email, the author has offered to send me a copy of
his code, not sure that I'll be able to do much with it since it's in
python, but ya never know.

Ideally the fuels shown should be updated from OSM, and if entered
into osmfuels it should update OSM so they're in sync with each other.

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