[Talk-cl] Tile Map Service

Dane Springmeyer blake en hailmail.net
Vie Mar 5 18:48:26 GMT 2010

Hola Julio!

On Mar 5, 2010, at 4:14 AM, Julio Costa Zambelli wrote:

> Hello Dane,
> I wanted to ask you if you have the technical skills to implement a  
> Tile server (Mapnik) with a fast update cycle.


> The thing is that the people managing the Ushahidi Chile website are  
> willing to go back to OpenStreetMap as their default map layer, but  
> ask me for a more "appealing" render.

Okay, would be really good to know more about what that means.

For haiti then went from tile.osm.org to --> haiti.openstreetmap.nl -- 
 > mapbox tiles as overlay on tile.osm.org

What worked, didn't, might, could, etc... is important. Perhaps I  
should get in contact with ushihidi lead directly?

I also know the mapbox folks. I don't think they do not have fast  
update cycle, but do have great styles.

> I thought of CloudMades Custom Style renders, but the problem is  
> that I want to preserve the OSMF render ability to update the tiles  
> in a very fast cycle (lets say ten minutes) using the diffs. We are  
> working in the earthquake affected area and I want to show that as  
> soon as possible in the render, not 10 days later.

Sure, How much custom tags and data is being used so far?

> I am notoriously unskilled in this kind of technologies, so I can  
> provide the requirements, and maybe intervene on simple tasks like  
> the configuration of the XML file that controls the style of the  
> render, but in everything else I totally depend on more experienced  
> people.

Sure, you bet!

- Dane

> Thanks for your help.
> Best Regards,
> Julio Costa
> OpenStreetMap Chile
> http://www.openstreetmap.cl/
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: nicolas chavent <nicolas.chavent en gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 5:58 PM
> Subject: WMS featuring OSM images background tiles in support of  
> Chile Quake Response based on Dane's Haiti WMS
> To: Julio Costa Zambelli <juliocostaz en gmail.com>, Dane Springmeyer <blake en hailmail.net 
> >
> Cc: Andrew Turner <ajturner en gmail.com>, Kate Chapman <k8chapman en gmail.com 
> >, Mikel Maron <mikel_maron en yahoo.com>
> Dane, Julio and all-
> If introductions are not already done, Dane (who put up a now stable  
> WMS featuring OSM images background tiles ) meet Julio (who is doing  
> a hell of coordination work within the OSM Chile Community)
> I am just introducing you on the deployment of such a service to  
> support relief work in Chile we had been briefly alluded to Dane and  
> I while Dane was working on enhancing the quality of its WMS to make  
> it robust enough to meet UNOCHA map production needs in Haiti. I  
> heard from Severin (Haiti UNOCHA) that you are almost there Dane  
> (nice and neat). If replicable by you or somebody else in OSM, this  
> is a service that must come together with the already OSM shp and  
> garmin extracts from cloudmade and geofabrik.
> I leave this in your hands
> Best to both of you and all
> N
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Dane Springmeyer <blake en hailmail.net>
> Date: Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 2:23 AM
> Subject: Re: Haiti Quake support: field-reported ill-functioning  
> ESRI WMS featuring OSM images background tiles
> To: OCHA HAITI MAPPING <ocha.haiti.mapping en gmail.com>
> Cc: Mikel Maron <mikel_maron en yahoo.com>, Kate Chapman <k8chapman en gmail.com 
> >, Andrew Turner <ajturner en gmail.com>, nicolas chavent <nicolas.chavent en gmail.com 
> >
> Hello Severin,
> I'll comment below inline...
> On Mar 2, 2010, at 4:33 PM, OCHA HAITI MAPPING wrote:
>> Hi Dane,
>> I tested these two WMS in ArcGIS as "GIS servers"in ArcCatalog,  
>> then put into ArcMap as background
> Okay. Which version of ArcGIS are you running?
>> :
>> - http://data1.vizure.net/server/services/osm.xml?, wich views the  
>> details shown currently on openstreetmap.org, but almost impossible  
>> to prnt or export in a numeric map on ArcGIS.
> Okay, I do not know much about this service, other than it is low  
> quality jpeg.
> What do you mean by "numeric map"?
>> I tried to make a map on Leogane area from 300 to 96 dpi and each  
>> time, as print edition as much as a PDF, it failed, with only a  
>> little part on the upper left corner of the image
> Okay.
>> - http://tile2.dbsgeo.com/?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS&version=1.1.1 
>>  which apparently shows only boundaries
> This is the service I run. It should show more than boundaries, but  
> yes the data show does change by zoom level.
> I think what is likely happening in ArcMap is that you need to  
> EXPAND the layer checkbox, and make sure that ALL the sub-layers of  
> the WMS are turned on.
> So, here is an example request:
> http://tile2.dbsgeo.com/?layers=__all__&bbox=18.497972,-72.479639,18.572645,-72.247381&height=400&width=600&service=WMS&request=GetMap&version=1.3.0&srs=EPSG:4326&format=image/png&styles=&crs=EPSG:4326
> Does this look different from what you are getting?
> Dane
> -- 
> Nicolas Chavent
> Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Haiti
> Mobile (FRA): +33 6 75 14 29 70
> Email: nicolas.chavent en gmail.com
> Skype: c_nicolas

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