[OSM-talk] Editing and tagging - Potlatch, or just JOSM?
barry at bettersoftware.co.uk
Fri Aug 17 09:33:05 BST 2007
You Guys are amazing
> "tracing rivers and other landscape features from the Yahoo! imagery."
> - is this not breaking copyright????!!!!
>Why do you think we have Yahoo! imagery in potlatch? Specifically because
>we've been told that we can use it for deriving map data.
It was a QUESTION - not an ACCUSATION!!!!!!
From: talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org]
On Behalf Of John McKerrell
Sent: 17 August 2007 08:16
To: OSM-Talk Openstreetmap
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Editing and tagging - Potlatch, or just JOSM?
On 17 Aug 2007, at 07:58, Barry wrote:
> 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
> 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????!!!!
Why do you think we have Yahoo! imagery in potlatch? Specifically
because we've been told that we can use it for deriving map data.
Though it's taken me a few attempts to get used to potlatch, I'm now
quite happy to use it. I definitely prefer it to the old applet now.
Generally I use it for tracing on top of the Yahoo! imagery but I do
find it handy being able to just flick to the edit tab if I notice
something's wrong. I do still use josm for the bulk of my mapping,
but I'm definitely happy to use potlatch too. If you're having
trouble using it you might find this link useful:
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