[OSM-talk] Up-to-Date, Minutely Mapnik Bookmarklet
crschmidt at metacarta.com
Thu Jan 22 15:03:36 GMT 2009
On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 02:52:12PM +0000, Jon Burgess wrote:
> 2009/1/22 Christopher Schmidt <crschmidt at metacarta.com>:
> > On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 02:42:43PM +0100, "Marc Schütz" wrote:
> >> > After a recent spate of OSM activity, especially with regards to
> >> > rendering and so on, I've put together a bookmarklet designed to help
> >> > visualize changes to OSM data in Mapnik more rapidly.
> >> >
> >> > http://labs.metacarta.com/osm/up-to-date/
> >> >
> >> > "Using osmosis, osm2pgsql, and Mapnik, a bookmarklet which will draw the
> >> > 'current' state of the database, delayed by less than 10 minutes. Simply
> >> > press this button, and an image will be drawn over the map showing the
> >> > current state of the database."
> >> >
> >> > You simply drag the bookmarklet to your browser bookmarks toolbar, and
> >> > click it on any OSM map: InformationFreeway, main map, /browse/ pages,
> >> > etc.
> >> >
> >> > I believe that all the kinks of this particular service have been
> >> > worked out at this point, though I'm happy to take any feedback or
> >> > criticism you have. (Please CC me on any important feedback.)
> >> Great work!
> >> However, the rendering rules seem to be different. For example:
> >> http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=49.9008&lon=10.89623&zoom=17&layers=B000TFTF
> >> The street "Klosterstraße" has the additional name "Main-Radweg" of a cycleroute relation of which it is a member.
> > The osm.xml files are largely the same (I think I'm out of date by a
> > couple commits, but they're the same other than that). I'm using the
> > default.style that ships with osm2pgsql, so maybe this is doing
> > something different than the main site.
> > The only other possibility that I'm not entirely sure of the likelihood
> > of is that diff parsing has messed up this relation in some way.
> > Anyway, thanks for the feedback; I have no immediate suggestions on a
> > possible reason for this behavior.
> The osm2pgsql on the main site has a small tweak so that it does not
> process any route relations. This was implemented a few months back
> when people objected to these routes being shown.
Is that in the default.style? Or is it deeper in the C code?
(I guess another question is whether these routes are useful in the
up-to-date view, since it is more of an 'editor' tool.)
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