[Talk-ca] pre-osm-import-database (was Re: User Import of Australian data)
acrosscanadatrails at gmail.com
Sat Mar 6 00:19:07 GMT 2010
I meant 'pre-osm-import-database' as that is describing what's going on.
and the Coraine 'pre-osm-import-database' is here
http://clc.openstreetmap.fr/cgi-bin/index.py as the example.
It would just need to be changed to include an English option & a
dedicated url & more features listed to choose from. ... but we can
deal with french as it is (since the Quebec area is french).
On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Sam Vekemans
<acrosscanadatrails at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yup, for the imports list.
> The term 'post-osm-import database' is need to be explained here.
> Where this database exists (like OpenStreetBugs exists) just outside of OSM.
> OsmImportsMap.org where there is a JOSM plugin (as well as a web
> interface) and all the data thats available gets put into it.
> So the system has a way to know weather or not a user has done anything
> with the data, as a ID is assigned to each piece of importable data.
> So with this OsmImportsMap.org site, we would have a direct link to
> the Canada NRCan ftp directory & unzip the files and available in this
> post-osm database.
> The advantage is:
> 1- the reviewed=yes is embedded within the system of OSM-id.
> 2 - the whole community is involved
> 3 - the login is the same as OSM
> 4 - we are not interfering with existing OSM data
> 5 - it gets treated in the same way that WMS layers are 'its just
> another source of info'
> 6 - the Coraine import is a perfect example, it can be addapted to
> except more data to its back end.
> 6 - as the NRCan data gets updated, the version of the .osm files that
> are sitting on the NRC an ftp site, will be directly fed to the
> OsmImportsMap.org (post-osm-database) -so the front end users will be
> always working with the latest data available.
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