[OSM-talk] Potlatch again
PHILLIP.BARNETT at ITN.CO.UK
Tue Jan 13 13:56:20 GMT 2009
I believe Richard did the rectification for Potlatch and claims it to be better than JOSM's. ('Claim' seems slightly loaded but despite being a native English speaker I can't think of a more accurate word to describe a statement I believe to be true but have no immediate way of verifying)
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From: talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org] On Behalf Of Ed Loach
Sent: 13 January 2009 13:41
To: 'Mike Harris'
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Potlatch again
> Also - for what it's worth - I find that I use both Potlatch
> and JOSM but
> for different tasks. I use JOSM as my main editor and for doing
> bulk work on
> new routes. I find Potlatch is better for doing minor tweaks
> and also for
> Yahoo tracing (even with the JOSM plugins, the rectification
> seems better on
> Potlatch - or am I just imagining this?!).
Same here. JOSM for main editing when I've uploaded new traces.
Potlatch for minor tweaks and Yahoo tracing. Although I have taken
to then loading any area where I've Yahoo traced buildings back into
JOSM to use the Orthogonalize facility.
I've not been able to get the Yahoo JOSM plugin working for a while,
but gave up trying as I too felt the rectification always seemed
better in Potlatch.
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