I just noticed that #Gmaps are being extra, uhrm, "helpful" these days. The apps I use that utilize their location services now show auto-magically renamed streets.
So, N. Domingo, for example becomes "North Domingo", where the the "N" actually stands for Nicanor.
Truth. I didn't like the "interaction with ticket only". Even for chat. SotM was online, wasn't it? So why to limit the communicatio?
It's written there: "... or otherwise analyze it on our servers ...".
Well, I'm not a lawyer, but it's kind of clear to me.
Get inspired by the Tanga Building Footprints Import
Preparing for new mapping workflow is not much visible change. (The teaser are two new scripts of https://git.sr.ht/~qeef/damn-client.py)
Make a community presentation at an #OpenStreetMap Foundation #OSMF Board Meeting. Are you part of a local chapter, or a local community, putting together an organized project, or developing software? The board would love to hear from you.
I will be off the net for the weekend, I would make the release just now otherwise.
I think that something like this helps developers getting oriented in the #damn project. Maybe administrators, too. This graph is not meant for users/mappers.
- Solid links are docker-compose config-related.
- Dashed links are HTTP requests.
- Dotted is just-not-used-now connection.
I've summarized the main points of the thread in the #OpenStreetMap diary https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/qeef/diary/396811
This is forgotten I/O utilization graph for the last "average" test of 200 mappers and 2 areas.
I did another round of "average" load testing for 200 mappers and 2 areas to maintain the compatibility with https://en.osm.town/web/statuses/106189249266359926 and https://en.osm.town/web/statuses/106189292966532711 (the same number of mappers, the same number of areas.)
The interesting time is at start 11:40 -- spawning of mappers. Next, around 12:13 to 12:18, where mapping is finished (i.e. 0 % to map). Finally, 12:45 -- upkeep script runs while server is returning 404: no square to map. (I checked it with `journalctl -u damn_upkeep.service -f`.)
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