[OSM-talk] [OSM-dev] Cycle Route Tags / Pushing forward the Cycle Layer

mike mike at bristolbeat.co.uk
Fri Jul 20 17:26:01 BST 2007


Hi there Spaetz,

I appreciate the situation with t at h at the moment.  I don't really
understand what the problem is, but there's obviously a lot of people
interested so I'm sure it will be resolved.

What I would like to do is host some cycle layer tiles, and get the cycle
layer rules files into svn, and then start some discussion around the
rendering rules and tagging methods before rendering a larger area.

So (initially at least) the load would be very small.  Just a drop in the
ocean I'm sure against whatever the t at h issue is.  Please be assured - I'll
take care not to cause you any further headaches untill that issue is sorted
- I'd try to help if I could.  Is it a processor issue related to mysql and
the tiles_meta info, or have I got the wrong end of the stick there?

Basically at the moment I have a dev site on another server - here:

http://www.bristolbeat.co.uk/phpmap/ [ignore the popup error for a moment]

and I would like to move that onto the dev server as I'm borrowing the
hosting and I don't really want to put this url out on the mailing list or
wiki, particularly as the links might not be available in future.

I'd also like to have a look around the rails stuff and the API code, which
I can't do on my server as there's no rails installed.  Eventually I'd like
to be able to run an API call to return a filtered data set for a larger
area, but that's for the future at the moment.

While I'm on the subject - is there a seperate account needed for svn upload
access?  If so is that something you can help with?

cheers,  mike



On 20/07/07, spaetz <osm at sspaeth.de> wrote:
>
> On Fri, Jul 20, 2007 at 02:10:06PM +0200, Frederik Ramm wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > > Is anyone able to help me obtain a dev account for the purpose of
> > > pushing forward the cycle layer?
> >
> > Spaetz will probably by now be able to do it:  osm at sspaeth.de
>
> Sure, I could give you an account. But given that dev. has become the
> de-facto t at h production machine and it is creaking as it is, I would
> rather not have too many more people experiment on dev, but would rather
> like to get us a new, real development server. What would you try to do on
> it? Sorry, I don't want to sound dis-encouraging, I am just afraid that dev
> will finally break if it get's any more to do in its current state.
>
> > > Is anyone else currently working on / interested in helping to push
> > > forward the cycle layer?
>
> > Keep in mind that as things currently stand, tiles at home is unable to
> > cope with even the normal uploads, so it will take a long time for a
> > cycle layer to appear even if you put it into the t at h renderer today.
> > This is not to say you shouldn't do it - just be patient and be
> > prepared to have some people complain that their changes are not
> > rendered fast enough because of "that stupid bike layer" ;-)
>
> I agree, that we should pursue the cycle layer more actively, I would also
> be interested in getting it go forward. But for this to work out, some
> structural changes would need to be done to get dev to be able to cope with
> the load.
>
> Again, sorry if this does not sound helpful at all. I just got access to
> dev a couple of hours ago and am still trying to find my way around.
>
> spaetz
>
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