grahamjones139 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 09:45:49 GMT 2012
The BrewMap code is fine for small amounts of data - but it will not scale
to large datasets, so it is worth keeping that in mind when you think of
other projects to base on it - I think the approach Nick has taken will
scale better, so it is still worth looking at.
On 21 January 2012 09:26, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org> wrote:
> GRaham, your BrewMap run well :0
> now student working on it ;)
> brewmap.osmosa.net run here, we try to move the datasource from
> openstreetmap.org to osmosa.net
> and you will see the apps based on Brwemap shortly,, thx for sharing it
> On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 4:18 PM, Graham Jones <grahamjones139 at gmail.com>
> > On 21 January 2012 08:47, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org> wrote:
> >> can i h ave the code of the free-map.org.uk?
> >> so i can learn how it work
> >> still seeking a way to make POI using GeoJSON
> > Frans,
> > I think Nick's Fremap Code is
> > here: http://www.free-map.org.uk/svn/freemap/fmap2012/ws/ (linked from
> > blog entry).
> > This would be well worth looking at, because it is a better solution than
> > the one I used for BrewMap, which has all of the data in a single file,
> > would not work well if there is a lot of data.
> > I have started on a geoJSON version of the brewmap server code in the
> > TiledData branch of brewmap. It does not work properly yet, but you can
> > the postgresql queries that return geoJSON. I intend to have a look at
> > Nick's code and use a similar model for brewmap.
> > Graham.
> >> --
> > Graham Jones
> > Hartlepool, UK.
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