[OSM-talk] Funding of three infrastructure projects : Nominatim, osm2pgsql, Potlatch 2

pangoSE pangose at riseup.net
Tue Aug 4 09:30:39 UTC 2020


Matthew Woehlke <mwoehlke.floss at gmail.com> skrev: (3 augusti 2020 16:14:13 CEST)
>On 02/08/2020 06.05, Simon Poole wrote:
>I'm not saying iD is *bad*. It's a very nice editor *for its 
>capabilities*. It's great for making *small* changes or introducing 
>someone to OSM editing... but there are a lot of use cases still where 
>JOSM is just a far superior tool. Maybe in *5-10* years that will 
>change, but I'm not going to hold my breath on it overtaking JOSM in

On older hardware like my 2 core 2ghz laptop iD is slow. Loading while saving an edit is slow, while JOSM is always fast and saving does not close the edit view so you can continue without waiting for a browser to load the iD editor again which is also slow.

>(¹ iD can 'square up' individual nodes and does a passable job with 
>*mostly* orthogonal shapes with the odd 45° angle. There are ways to 
>work with those in JOSM, but generally speaking if you try to square a 
>shape with a single 'wild' node, JOSM turns the whole thing into a hot 

This sounds like a bug. Have you reported it?


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