[OSM-talk] magical road detector to play with

Chris Browet cbro at semperpax.com
Sun Feb 13 18:25:49 GMT 2011


Busy implementing in Merkaartor....

A bug:
you output <osmchange> while it is <osmChange>, with a capital "C". see
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OsmChange

- Chris -

On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 15:16, John-Michael Wiley <jmwiley at microsoft.com>wrote:

>  The wiki page is not clear about what the version is supposed to be, is
> it for the version of OSM that output is written for or the version of the
> creator? I can do either, without much trouble.
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> J.M.
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> *From:* SteveC [mailto:steve at asklater.com]
> *Sent:* Thursday, February 03, 2011 9:16 PM
> *To:* John-Michael Wiley
> *Cc:* Chris Browet; talk at openstreetmap.org
>
> *Subject:* Re: [OSM-talk] magical road detector to play with
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> Maybe put the magicshop version number in the creator?
>
> Steve
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> On Feb 3, 2011, at 9:12 PM, John-Michael Wiley <jmwiley at microsoft.com>
> wrote:
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> I made the changes, checked in the code and published them to the staging
> servers. If someone else wants to take a look at the output and let me know
> if you think. Unless I hear complaints I will update the production servers
> tomorrow.
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> http://c5a33f72a0594a6b87931c2e3f984324.cloudapp.net/
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> I pasted the new output below.
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> Thanks,
>
> J.M.
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> <osmchange version="0.6" generator="magicshop">
>     <create version="0.6" generator="magicshop">
>
>         <bounds minlat="47.626690" minlon="-122.119339" maxlat="47.627491" maxlon="-122.116432"/>
>         <node id="-1" lat="47.6266899" lon="-122.1164322"/>
>         <node id="-2" lat="47.6271019" lon="-122.1169662"/>
>         <node id="-3" lat="47.6273270" lon="-122.1172714"/>
>         <node id="-4" lat="47.6273766" lon="-122.1174622"/>
>         <node id="-5" lat="47.6273804" lon="-122.1180801"/>
>         <node id="-6" lat="47.6273880" lon="-122.1184006"/>
>         <node id="-7" lat="47.6273880" lon="-122.1185226"/>
>         <node id="-8" lat="47.6273804" lon="-122.1188660"/>
>         <node id="-9" lat="47.6274834" lon="-122.1193314"/>
>         <node id="-10" lat="47.6274910" lon="-122.1193390"/>
>         <way id="-1">
>             <nd ref="-1"/>
>             <nd ref="-2"/>
>             <nd ref="-3"/>
>             <nd ref="-4"/>
>             <nd ref="-5"/>
>             <nd ref="-6"/>
>             <nd ref="-7"/>
>             <nd ref="-8"/>
>             <nd ref="-9"/>
>             <nd ref="-10"/>
>         </way>
>     </create>
> </osmchange>
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> *From:* christian.browet at gmail.com [mailto:christian.browet at gmail.com] *On
> Behalf Of *Chris Browet
> *Sent:* Thursday, February 03, 2011 6:47 PM
> *To:* John-Michael Wiley
> *Cc:* Steve Coast; talk at openstreetmap.org
> *Subject:* Re: [OSM-talk] magical road detector to play with
>
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>  I am also wondering if we should switch to osm change as the enclosing
> tag although the idea is not to give someone something they submit right to
> OSM. In our prototypes we have been adding the detected ways onto the map
> for the user to edit and approve. I generate new id’s for the ones passed
> back to me so they don’t conflict with current changes the user has already
> made.
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> I personally see no advantage for switching to osm change, as all features
> are new anyway, but indeed the disadvantage of being too easy to upload
> "as-is", without proper review...
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> - Chris -
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