[OSM-talk] OSM progress
guilhem.bonnefille at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 21:50:48 BST 2007
Really cool! Thanks!
Is it possible for you to "release" your tools? I'm particularly
interested in looking at my country (France).
On 8/14/07, Dave Stubbs <osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk> wrote:
> A while back I was making weekly renderings of Greater London such
> that you could see how OSM coverage progressed over time. I even made
> a nice animated GIF. Unfortunately I had to stop when the amount of
> data got too high. The last image I managed in April used 3GB of RAM,
> resulted in a 200MB SVG file, and took close to 4 hours to generate.
> So back to the drawing board on how to do this...
> I'm now using Mapnik, and the planet.osm's:
> The beauty of this is that I can render the whole world at the same time!
> And the whole of OSM history only took 1 day to render.
> PS. Obviously the "cartography" is geared towards showing coverage,
> rather than being useful. Still, there are a few little niggles with
> the style-sheet I need to fix, then go-again...
> talk mailing list
> talk at openstreetmap.org
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