[Talk-GB] Waterways Map (was invisible)
tom at acrewoods.net
Thu Jan 20 21:47:05 GMT 2011
I used the OpenStreetMap homepage code for inspiration and wrote a stripped
down version for this page:
Basically you give the link an ID, get the relevant variables from
OpenLayers and register events to update the link every time the map
<http://www.openecomaps.co.uk/map.php>(by the way that site isn't quite
On 20 January 2011 21:26, Graham Jones <grahamjones139 at gmail.com> wrote:
> A direct link to an editor would be really neat...Do you know how to do it?
> 'edit' link, then update the link to be the map origin?
> Or is there an easy way - not sure how the 'Permalink' thing works - I'll
> dig through the OpenLayers code to look for it!
> On 20 January 2011 10:04, Richard Fairhurst <richard at systemed.net> wrote:
>> Graham Jones wrote:
>> > I just added navigable rivers and it looks a bit more like a network
>> > There are still a few odd gaps to investigate though.
>> That's putting it mildly. :)
>> I knew our waterway coverage was erratic but I hadn't realised it was
>> poor. Navigable rivers are particularly sporadic (very little of the
>> appears to be tagged as boat=yes). And as for the Macclesfield Canal's new
>> western extension, complete with cycleway...
>> Lots to do!
>> Graham - could you add a permalink that goes either to the equivalent view
>> on osm.org, or straight to osm.org/edit?lat=...&lon=...&zoom=... ?
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