[OSM-talk] [http://zikes.website/] New OSM based (bicycle) journey planner
Milo van der Linden
milo at dogodigi.net
Sat Nov 5 20:27:58 UTC 2016
Hello Remek, on your website you mention sub-projects:
- Bespoke routing (path finding) server with pluggable cost function,
which allows for expressing those à la carte parameters (preferences for
the kinds of roads, their climb and/or rural/urban character, etc.).
- Python-based script suite transforming the Open Street Map data into
the form digestible by the routing server;
What are you using for this any existing routing toolchain or did you roll
your own? And if you created your own, is it open source?
2016-11-05 19:25 GMT+01:00 André Riedel <riedel.andre at gmail.com>:
> Nice Website and Tutorial.
> 2016-11-04 15:21 GMT+01:00 Remek Zajac <remekz at go2.pl>:
> > Dear All.,
> > The kind people in the OSM forum advised that i re-post this here. I hope
> > it's not seen as a spam.
> > I am a keen (long distance) cyclist and frustrated by the lack of
> > tools, bit by bit, I landed with my own that I would like to share with
> > community: http://zikes.website/ - should it of course capture the
> > community's imagination. It's a working beta with a couple of loose ends,
> > but I use it and my friends use it and friends of said friends use it and
> > time has come that I seek wider exposure. It's free I might add.
> > The rationale (use case) is presented here
> > https://sites.google.com/site/zikesroute/.
> > Of course I am interested in any form of feedback, collaboration, testers
> > willing to take it for their first spin... and ultimately perhaps in
> > the service on this list.
> > with regards
> > Remster
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