[OSM-talk-nl] Amsterdam, huizenblokken intekenen

Skywave rjtehpwn at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 22:01:46 BST 2008


Om het echt mooi te maken zou je multipolygons moeten maken om die
inderdaad die binnentuinen mee te maken. Maar het is een mooi begin ;)
Ik zie trouwens dat die yahoo imagery in Amsterdam zo waar mogelijk
nog vager is dan in Almere. We zouden een actie moeten beginnen het
kadaster te openen net als het NWB  bestand.. In Spanje en Frankrijk
kun je online kadasterkaarten downloaden en in Spanje hebben ze zelfs
een WMS server.

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 7:42 PM, Gert Gremmen
<Administrator at ce-test.info> wrote:
> Jullie weten dat er een experimentele JOSM is
>  waarin rechthoeken mooier gaan ?
>  ================
>  Hi,
>
>    we have talked a lot about putting some sort of CAD-like "drawing
>  functions" into JOSM. The most important use case for these is
>  creating true rectangular shapes.
>
>  There are many ideas how this could be done, and most have some merit.
>  I have implemented one of these to play around with and get an idea
>  how it could work. This method works a bit like Google's "sketchup"
>  tool which is relatively user friendly.
>
>  Download the experimental JOSM version from here:
>  http://www.remote.org/frederik/tmp/josm-with-extrude.jar <https://ce-test.info/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.remote.org/frederik/tmp/josm-with-extrude.jar>
>
>  Now, to draw a rectangle, do this:
>
>  * first draw a simple two-node way along one of the edges of the
>   building.
>  * select the "geometry" tool on the left hand side (the one with the
>   triangular ruler as an icon)
>  * using the mouse, grab the centre of the line you have drawn and
>   pull it in either direction. A rectangle is drawn.
>  * release the mouse. Two new nodes are inserted, and your two-node
>   way is changed into an area.
>
>  The best thing about this is that you can continue to work with the
>  rectangle, i.e. if you now insert two nodes at one side of the
>  rectangle:
>
>  o------o----o------o
>
>  and grab the middle bit and pull it up or down, again two new nodes
>  will be inserted into your shape.
>
>  I'm sure this will still have a lot of quirks, please tell me what
>  they are.
>
>  For this demo, I have created an extra mode, which is a bit sad since
>  we were just about to get rid of tons of mode changes. Do you think
>  there is good way how we could integrate this functionality into the
>  standard drawing mode? Currently, when in standard drawing mode,
>  dragging a way does nothing, so we could theoretically put this
>  functionality in there. This would be good since drawing a complex
>  building might require inserting lots of nodes and extruding lines
>  alternatingly. On the other hand, maybe we will introduce more drawing
>  functions like this extrusion and it is good to group them in an extra
>  mode...?
>
>
>
>
>  gert
>
>  ________________________________
>
>  Van: talk-nl-bounces at openstreetmap.org namens Ante Wessels
>  Verzonden: wo 16-4-2008 19:37
>  Aan: OpenStreetMap NL discussion list
>  Onderwerp: Re: [OSM-talk-nl] Amsterdam, huizenblokken intekenen
>
>
>
>
>
>  On Wednesday 16 April 2008, Martijn van Exel wrote:
>  > Ha,
>  >
>  > Ik ben met een experimentele actie begonnen om huizenblokken in te
>  > tekenen. Graag jullie commentaar:
>  >
>  > http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.35244&lon=4.89047&zoom=16&layers=B0FT
>  >
>  > Take care,
>
>  Gebruik je satelietbeelden? Ik neem aan dat er binnentuinen zijn. Je hebt van
>  die grote kaarten waarop je ook de binnentuinen ziet. In Almere, maar ook bij
>  de Rai, zie je het gebouw zelf. Helemaal sjiek. Wel meer werk.
>
>  vriendelijke groet,
>  cordialmente,
>
>  Ante
>
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