yvecai has commented on the following diary entries
|Android OSM apps||5 months ago||
Richard, Osmand is not on iPhone :-P
|My one problem with OpenStreetMap||5 months ago||
Humm .. 'Reform the development team '. I hope the devs out there that are doing work around OSM spend a nice week-end.
The 'developement team' is a community, as is the community of mappers. There is no such thing as a big entity that can 'reform' this. Most of the work done on openstreetmap website is done on a volunteer basis, in a few cases supported by a company. However it's mainly a do-ocracy. And there is far more to openstreetmap than openstreetmap.org !
I find it nice that Openstreetmap is first and foremost the database, and that there is plenty of space for all kind of actors to build on it.
That being said, here are two places where you can offer help: https://github.com/twain47/Nominatim/issues https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues
|@osmthis: good idea. Now in practise.||5 months ago||
I think this particular user uses @osmthis as a personal notepad, not necessarily expecting others to fix a bug in the map. He will certainly come back later to properly map from his photos and memory.
|OpenStreetBugs Phase out: Done||6 months ago||
That's a fantastic job, Werner. Phasing out an old tool instead of just letting the dust piling up is of course the good thing to do, but very few people have the courage to do so. Many thanks
|JOSM 6950 released !||7 months ago||
I'm afraid I got stuck on the splash screen and add to install jdk7 on Ubuntu with this release.
|OSM so versatile. E.g. ski XC pistes are welcome||about 1 year ago||
Have a look at www.opensnowmap.org. All kind of ski pistes are there, and crosscountry routes too colored to their marking color, along with routing, elevation profile, piste search by name ... The map is updated every day. Yves webmaster at opensnowmap.org
|Natural:Peak + area:yes||over 1 year ago||
If It's a peak, it can't be an area ! It's antithetical. natural=ridge ?
|Réseau de bus Soissonnais||over 1 year ago||
Hmm ... pour savoir où passent ces lignes, vaut peut-être mieux faire un tour sur place, non ? Et d'ailleurs, sinon, d'où proviennent ces données ?