[OSM-talk] OSM Map Evolution (make your own "Year Of Edits" video)
cipriantalaba at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 22:33:00 GMT 2009
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:17 AM, Valent Turkovic <valent.turkovic at gmail.com
> Please check out this great blog post from Romanian OSM mappers:
> Ever since I saw great ITO World animation "Year of Edits" I wanted to
> make my own version. This look like it is possible. Just look at the
> Bulgarian OSM mappers blog post.
As you mentioned in the first paragraph its Romanian, not Bulgarian mappers
> So in order to make this work they made git repository for planet file
> and that is how it is possible to get a history for some town or place,
> because git repository keeps all changes ever made.
> So in order to make your own animations you need to have your own
> planet.osm git repository. That is the first big hurdle :(
> I hope that OSM creates an official public git repository so that anybody
> can get "history" for his town/place.
> If/when we get history for some town what are the next steps? I'm still
> not clear what are the next steps needed.
> Is somebody more familiar with this? If you are please provide some step-
> by-step instructions.
As I mentioned on my blog I will try to write a more detailed tutorial about
this, but it will take me a few days probably.
> Here is the translation from Bulgarian blog post:
> "To help Eddy, it was requested to provide OpenStreetMap on national
> television, I took the scripts we use it and with minor changes (required
> to use own Mapnik installation) I was able to generate several films with
> developing the project OSM in Romania. The results are not terribly
> spectacular (see ITO World) but I think the record pretty well out of so
> many people work."
And a little better translation of my post: "In order to help Eddy, who was
invited to present OSM on the national TV channel, I took the scripts he
used, and with little changes in order to fit my Mapnik installation I was
able to generate a few movies with the OSM evolution in Romania. The results
are not spectacular (compared to ITO World) but I think they show pretty
well the work of so many people."
Ciprian, OSM Romania
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