[Talk-transit] NOVAM is back

Peter Miller peter.miller at itoworld.com
Thu Oct 22 12:41:45 BST 2009


On 22 Oct 2009, at 11:52, Shaun McDonald wrote:

>
> On 22 Oct 2009, at 11:03, Peter Miller wrote:
>
>>
>> On 22 Oct 2009, at 10:11, Christoph Boehme wrote:
>>
>>> Good Morning,
>>>
>>> this is just to let you know that NOVAM is working again. It can be
>>> found on http://mappa-mercia.org/novam . Please update any old links
>>> and
>>> booksmarks.
>>>
>>> Since I decided not to implement a merging functionality on the
>>> website
>>> I have removed most of the old user interface elements and made the
>>> NOVAM viewer the new interface. Please tell me if you miss any
>>> functionality from the old user interface.
>>>
>>> I will update the colour coding of the bus stops at the weekend.
>>
>> Thanks Christoph. Much clearer.
>>
>>
>>
>> I understand that when you update the colours you will show:-
>>
>> 1) Unverified naptan import nodes (ie with verified=no)
>> 2) bus stops in OSM which don't have any NaPTAN fields (ie ones
>> without a naptan:AtcoCode field).
>> 3) stops that don't have all the expected fields (please remove
>> routeref field from this test)
>
> Why not show the items that are missing somehow for each bus stop?
>
> I don't yet see any green happy bus stops in London and can't see why.
>
>> 4) and of course... complete and happy stops which have everything
>> required!
>>
>> Can I suggest that you place stops with issues on top of ones without
>> issues on the browser, so that stops with problems are not obscured  
>> by
>> nearby ones which are ok.
>>
>> When you have that in place I will I suppose have to go and complete
>> the review of stops in my town!
>>
>
> Looking across London it looks like the majority are "Merged bus  
> stop which still lack some tags" when they should be "Bus stop which  
> was imported from NaPTAN and which has not been verified yet", would  
> it be possible to get the logic changed?
>
> Would it be possible if you could add a permalink?
>
> What about a node id and a link to Potlatch/JOSM?

All good ideas. A 'see this area of mapping in openstreetmap.org'  
would also be great.

The 'help' link doesn't see to be much help btw (it just links back to  
the same page as far as I can see). Possibly a page of explanation  
would be good.


Regards,



Peter


>
> Shaun
>
>
>>
>> Thanks again,
>>
>>
>>
>> Peter
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Christoph
>>>
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