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Re: [Maposmatic-dev] Features from the Code Sprint?

From: Kate Chapman
Subject: Re: [Maposmatic-dev] Features from the Code Sprint?
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 22:19:43 -0400

Hi Thomas,

Actually I'm running my one instance of MapOSMatic just for Haiti
right now, so the custom style-sheets wouldn't be an issue.  That is
something I'm already doing.

If I get things up and running on my own I'll let you know.  Otherwise
I can't wait to see things merged in.

Are looking for donations to help with the new hosting?


On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 2:27 AM, Thomas Petazzoni
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello Kate,
> On Sun, 12 Sep 2010 20:09:55 -0400
> Kate Chapman <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Being able to use multiple style sheets and select from different
>> paper sizes is of interest to me.
> Great. For the multiple style sheet feature, we will only offer a
> choice between a predefined set of stylesheets for the moment. Of
> course, we are very open to adding as many stylesheets as needed, but
> allowing users to upload an arbitrary stylesheet is too risky from a
> security point of view, since Mapnik stylesheets contain SQL requests.
> I'm fairly losely following what's going on around MapCSS, as this
> would separate the 'presentation' part of the stylesheet from the 'data
> acquisition' part.
> Concerning the paper size selection, we will definitely appreciate
> to ear your feedback on this.
>> I checked out those branches and the initial problem I run into is
>> when trying to run a test rendering.
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>   File "./ocitysmap-render", line 31, in <module>
>>     from ocitysmap.street_index import OCitySMap, BaseOCitySMapError
>>   File "/home/ubuntu/newmaposmatic/ocitysmap/ocitysmap/",
>> line 32, in <module>
>>     raise DeprecationWarning, 'OCitysmap v%s will soon disappear!' % 
>> __version__
>> DeprecationWarning: OCitysmap v0.1 will soon disappear!
>> I'm assuming that the new library isn't being imported correctly, but
>> I haven't had any luck trying to change that.  Warning I'm not a
>> python developer at all, I normally do ruby.
> Yeah, the ocitysmap-render tool hasn't been ported to the new
> generation ocitysmap module yet. David Decotigny has done the work
> already, but it's available as (yet another) working branch, that we
> hope to merge soon back into the ocitysmap2 branch.
> We'll post updates to maposmatic-dev@ and to our blog at
> when progress is made on this, and when we'll put
> online the new MapOSMatic website for beta-testing.
> At the moment, we are blocked a little bit by a lack of proper hosting
> for MapOSMatic (the current hosting has become too small, both in terms
> of disk space and RAM), and we're therefore trying to find a new
> hosting.
> Regards,
> Thomas
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