[OSM-talk] Editing and tagging - Potlatch, or just JOSM?
barry at bettersoftware.co.uk
Fri Aug 17 07:58:23 BST 2007
Then I'll certainly look forward to the day when it becomes as good.
As a software developer myself I realise that first versions may be lacking
in features and facilities. I was just disappointed to see that it was not
as good as its predecessor in its early versions.
"tracing rivers and other landscape features
from the Yahoo! imagery." - is this not breaking copyright????!!!!
From: Jon Bright [mailto:jon at siliconcircus.com]
Sent: 17 August 2007 07:49
Cc: b.easton at uws.edu.au; OSM Talk List
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Editing and tagging - Potlatch, or just JOSM?
> I agree with you. JOSM IS worth the effort and I consider Potlash to be
> almost useless when compared to it's predecessor. With it's very limited
> facilities and features I just can't see why anyone would use it.
I do see at least one use: tracing rivers and other landscape features
from the Yahoo! imagery.
There's also nothing stopping Potlatch from getting better and becoming
as good as JOSM...
Silicon Circus Ltd.
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