Mapping the addr:city tag in @firstname.lastname@example.org around Dublin. Dublin obviously has a large reach, perhaps too far with the Balbriggan addresses, but interesting to see some of the areas that stand out.
Thanks to @UrbnWarfareDuck@twitter.com for the suggestion.
@InsertUser yeah you should be able to cross the antimeridian. I was trying brute force search, but that's too time consuming, and I think you're right, one'd need to use some sort of triangulation preprocessing to start looking
Finding #OpenStreetMap users who comment on changeset, but don't edit #OSM
#bash tip: use ^foo to say run the last command, but remove the string “foo”. ^foo^bar means “replace “foo” with “bar” in the last command.
`anglosaxon`: new cli tool to convert large XML files into custom text formats based on the command line flags you give it. No coding needed
New tool from me, and designed to handle the 40+GB XML files we use in #OpenStreetMap
There are plenty of resources on how to get started in OpenStreetMap
if there’s a worse signpost I’d love to see it
We are having a virtual "map and chat" event next Thursday:
Thursday the 20th of January, 8pm.
Join for some casual mapping and conversation.
@ND3JR yikes. Issues of copyright infringement in OSM can be reported to the OSM Data WG (email@example.com) https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Data_working_group
(I don't wanna name something that and have to spend 5 years answering questions from Americans. No point making work for myself. 😛)
@firstname.lastname@example.org ... And it reduces any FUD leverage google etc. sales people can use to scare potential customers.
In summary without being squeaky clean #openstreetmap would have been a non-starter.
@email@example.com It should be noted that it has never been about being sued by google / HERE/ Tomtom / and so on.
Being squeaky clean allows #openstreetmap use without being concerned that you / your company might inadvertently violating a 3rd parties rights. ...
@ak editing the *images* in Google Street View? I know they blur some things, but I don't think they'd go as far as adding/removing a bollard from all relevant images...
Who knows though...
@selea yes I do! And I also see the same error. Chrome on the same desktop works, and curl on command line...
Wonder what's up with Firefox?
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