[Talk-us] California is too big ;)
joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 10:43:40 UTC 2018
Northern and Southern California would work; make the split along the
county boundaries just north of Bakersfield, which conveniently follow one
line of latitude.
It would also be possible to split the State into Northern, Central and
Southern regions, but this would be harder to define.
(PS: having separate files for each large island or region in Indonesia
would be very helpful; eg Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan/Borneo, Sulawesi, Bali,
NTT, the Moluccas, and Papua. The French server has individual provinces)
On Tue, Nov 6, 2018 at 5:40 PM Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> on the Geofabrik download server, we usually split up countries into
> sub-regions once their single .osm.pbf has gone over a certain size. The
> aim is to make it easy for people to work with data just for their
> region, even on lower-spec hardware where it might be difficult to
> handle huge files.
> Every once in a while I check the list of not-yet-split countries and
> split up the largest of them. The current top of the list is
> 1. Netherlands
> 2. California
> 3. Indonesia
> 4. Spain
> 5. Czech Republic
> 6. Brazil
> 7. Ontario
> 8. Norway
> 9. Austria
> 10. India
> Hence the next country I'll split up is the Netherlands, but after that,
> for the first time ever, a second-level entity (California) will be
> larger than all not-yet-split countries.
> So I wonder:
> 1. is there already a site where someone interested in only a subset of
> California can download current data and potentially also daily diffs?
> 2. is there a demand for this?
> 3. what would be a sensible way to split California - in 58 counties, or
> maybe just go with SoCal and NorCal for now?
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