Rory McCann | 22 Jul 17:30 2016

[OSM-dev] OSM-Carto style, ported to vector tiles!

Hello all,

Over the past while, I've been working on porting the
openstreetmap-carto style to vector tiles. I'm happy to have something
of beta quality to release to you all:

    https://github.com/geofabrik/openstreetmap-carto-vector-tiles

Please consult the vector tiles specific readme for more:
https://github.com/geofabrik/openstreetmap-carto-vector-tiles/blob/master/README_VECTOR_TILES.md

I am open to your bug reports, complaints, gripes, philosophical
questions, compliments, etc.

I will be speaking about the process of porting a non-vector-tile style
to vector tiles at State of the Map 2016 at Brussels.

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Rory (who've cleverly releasing something at 5pm on a Friday before
going to the pub)

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Mikoláš Štrajt | 19 Jul 23:35 2016
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[OSM-dev] OSM software for DOS

Hi,
I was reading some articles about DOS and I wonder if there is any DOS-based OSM program (or general mapping program for DOS)?

I think it will be interesting challenge to write one.

Severak


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Bjoern Hassler | 18 Jul 15:30 2016
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[OSM-dev] Dev help on "overpass turbo / table display"

Hi all,

This pull request
has been open for some time, but the original developer currently doesn't have much time to complete it at the moment.

IMHO this is a super-useful feature that adds a 3rd tab to overpass turbo to view the data retrieved by the query in tabular form. This is very helpful for quickly inspecting what tags exist in an area, whether tags are consistent, etc. Because it's just a 3rd tab, it's very usable as well, and could be used to illustrate tagging of various features. I'm not aware of another tool that can easily display tabular OSM data quite in this way.

Would anybody be willing to contribute to get do a bit of work on this, to move the fork forward, so the pull request can be completed? I'm happy to contribute, but most likely in testing, though could potentially do some coding as well, depending on what's needed.

Bjoern
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Paul Norman | 18 Jul 11:56 2016
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[OSM-dev] osm2pgsql 0.90.1 release

osm2pgsql 0.90.1 has been released

This is a maintainance release without new features

- outdated stuff cleanup

- null pointer dereference fix

- don't unicode sort geohashes

- process relations for line tables with the multi-backend

- generic projection fix

Upgrading is recommended. The geohash sort change improves performance 
by up to 5%, particularly on imports small relative to RAM.

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Bryan Housel | 17 Jul 15:17 2016
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[OSM-dev] iD news: v1.9.7 released

iD v1.9.7 was released Jul 16 2016 and is now available for editing on openstreetmap.org

The release includes:
- Features on `addr:interpolation` lines will be rendered as points with icon
- Fix crash when selecting and moving multiple points
- Fix bug determining mph/kph in maxspeed field
- Fix bug that caused the map to translate far away while mouse wheeling under heavy load
- Rename preset description from “Chemist” to “Drugstore” in the `en_US` localization
- New/updated presets:
  - add `ref` field to `amenity=post_box`
  - add preset for `emergency=defibrillator`
  - add preset for `man_made=bridge`
  - switch accessibility fields from `sloped_curb=*` to `kerb=*` 
  - add preset for `highway=give_way` (yield sign)
  - add `stars`, `rooms`, `internet_access:fee` fields for hotel presets

Thanks to many contributors!



ALSO: I’ll be at State of the Map US in Seattle next weekend - http://stateofthemap.us/program/

We will be hacking on iD on Monday:

And I’ll also run a workshop specifically for developers interested in customizing iD:

Stop by and say hello!



Thanks,
Bryan

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/bhousel, or follow the iD project on GitHub https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD for more iD tips and updates.
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Paul Norman | 13 Jul 22:07 2016
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[OSM-dev] OpenStreetMap Carto release v2.41.0

Dear all, Today, v2.41.0 of the openstreetmap-carto stylesheet (the default stylesheet on openstreetmap.org) has been released. Changes include * More consistent fonts for POI labels * Less saturated stadiums * Rendering obelisks and dog parks * An updated list of font packages * Cleaning up the font list * Rewriting the road colours script for easier changes * Various bug fixes Thanks to all the contributors, including jdhoek, a new contributor. For a full list of commits, see https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/compare/v2.40.0...v2.41.0 As always, we welcome any bug reports at https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues.
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Paul Norman | 13 Jul 09:08 2016
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[OSM-dev] Taginfo files from osm2pgsql style files

Taginfo allows projects to define a list of tags they use, which then 
appear in http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/projects. Osm2pgsql style 
files define a list of tag keys that are used by osm2pgsql, if the keys 
are for nodes, ways, or both, and if the keys cause an object to be an area.

I wrote some code to turn style files into taginfo project json: 
https://github.com/osmlab/osm2pgsql_taginfo

Any project using osm2pgsql with default settings is using a subset of 
those tags.

It's not the most useful utility but there's a chance it might be useful 
for someone else.

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Paul Norman | 12 Jul 09:42 2016
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[OSM-dev] Modeling OSM sidewalk data

I'm working on putting OSM sidewalk data into PostgreSQL with 
ClearTables (https://github.com/ClearTables/ClearTables/issues/39) and 
looking at two different ways, and wondering if anyone has experience 
modeling it.

There are two obvious options

1. Have a sidewalk column with an enum type with both/left/right/neither

2. Have sidewalk_left and sidewalk_right boolean columns

I can see advantages and disadvantages to both.

Does anyone have experience consuming OSM sidewalk data and have 
thoughts about what would be better to work with?

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Bernhard R. Fischer | 6 Jul 20:25 2016
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Re: [OSM-dev] Wanted: OBF file format description

On 2016-07-06 19:34, Gerd Petermann wrote:
> You need Googles protobuf compiler to convert it to e.g. c or java code.
> 
> See https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/

According to this thread
(https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/osmand/obf$20protobuf/osmand/0fmM_VtbH_A/GxlxfnpRCQAJ
) it is a container format and not plain protobuf. Probably it contains
protobuf files.

But still, even if it contains protobuf, that does not say anything
because protobuf is a generic format such us XML. Knowing that something
is XML does not explain the elements within the file ;)

Bernhard

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Bernhard R. Fischer | 6 Jul 07:06 2016
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[OSM-dev] Wanted: OBF file format description

Dear list!

I'm looking for the .obf file format description?
Any suggestions?

Regards,
Bernhard

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Humphries, Grant | 6 Jul 01:26 2016

[OSM-dev] Fetch child relations by naming parent with Osmosis

I have an OSM extract from which I am trying to use Osmosis to import into PostGIS only railways that are a part of a transit network that is defined by relations.  There is a super relation for this network and all of the ways that I need are members of that relation’s child or grandchild relations.  Is there a way with Osmosis that I can name just the parent relation and get all of the child members as well?  In this case there are many children so it would be much more efficient if I could do this.

 

Also a couple of other Osmosis questions

·         Does the --way-key-value’s keyValueListFile have wild card support?  I’ve tried including a line like `highway=*`, but that didn’t seem to match anything

·         Does the --tag-filter parameter support wild cards in conjunction with other characters?  I’ve been able to successfully pass something like `name=*`, but when I try `name=“John*” it seems to see the asterisk as a literal.

 

Thanks in advance!

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