[Talk-GB] Using OSM as a base for my own fictional map?

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Fri Jul 24 16:18:09 UTC 2020


looks useful despite disclaimer on top

<osm fictional> finds other usefully
looking materials

In general, main technical issues are
exactly the same as with rendering
unmodified OSM data

I would not worry too much about
people thinking that railway map
is representing real railways

You would still need to attribute
and attribution location may be a good
place to note that tracks are fictional

24 Jul 2020, 17:59 by martin at templot.com:

> I'm looking for some pointers.
> I have a dedicated server (located in Ohio, I'm in UK) with full controls. I'm fairly confident with web sites and javascript (and geometry), but I'm entirely new to online mapping (apart from editing OSM in the iD editor).
> What I want to do is use OSM as a base map for small areas of the UK, but remove entirely all the OSM-derived railway tracks, and replace them with my own data. This data would be essentially fictional, not based on or derived from anything which is there now. I want to be able to create tiles zoomed in far enough to see individual rails and sleepers, with each rail as two separate rail edges.
> Where would I start to do that? How would I deal with attribution, warning unsuspecting users that everything is derived from OSM (and can be relied on to the same extent, if any, as any other OSM) EXCEPT the railway tracks, which can't?
> Many thanks for any help/ideas/suggestions.
> cheers,
> Martin.
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