[OSM-talk] CLEANMAP global version

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Wed Jan 11 22:57:17 GMT 2012



Am 11.01.2012 23:18, schrieb Michal Migurski:
> Awesome! Mind if I add this to Walking Papers?

Naturally not, just please take this in to consideration: "...please 
take into account that this is a small and slow machine."
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> Also: is there a way to remove the flash effect when switching layers in Leaflet? It makes it slightly harder for my visual cortex to spot changes.

There are a number of issues due to limitations in the current Leaflet 
implementation, most of them are on my ToDo list.

Simon

> -mike.
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> On Jan 11, 2012, at 7:44 AM, Simon Poole wrote:
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>> A number of you have probably already seen CLEANMAP in its original incarnation as announced on Christmas. I've now expanded it to cover the whole planet and have made some further changes (odbl=clean support for example).
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>> Please read the wiki page http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/CLEANMAP for details and updates.
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>> The map can be found here http://cleanmap.poole.ch/ , please take into account that this is a small and slow machine.
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>> Further I've just ran the weekly update for the  statistics on http://odbl.poole.ch/, over the past week the number of "pre-CT" mappers* that accepted the CTs grew to an absolute majority.   While this doesn't have any legal meaning, it is nonetheless a significant signal.
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>> Simon
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>> * this is based on the number of mappers that still hand visible data in the last full history dump, current numbers would be even a bit better.
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