|Subject:||Re: [Maposmatic-dev] [OSM-talk] [HOT] Fw: Disaster Preparedness Project|
|Date:||Tue, 07 Jun 2011 12:08:25 +0200|
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After the recent flood in Haut-Richelieu, Québec, and the request to use MapOSMatic in this context, it happens that I met Thomas, one of the developers of MapOSMatic.
When I had asked about this functionality of map booklet, he had told me that they had started working on this (or on features that would make this easier, I don't remember exactly) during the Hackfest last August.
Maybe coordinating efforts on this would be the best way to move forward?
By the way, he also told me that he had sent an email reply, that apparently was moderated on lists he is not a member of, and that I have not seen. He explained that there was still a lag in the database updates (after the MapOSMatic database had been down).
About the mapping of a specific area defined by a relation (not necessarily a city), it might be not be too far from what is done with administrative boundary ways, but would require a mean to transmit or specify the desired area.
Anyway Samuel, I invite you to have a look at http://www.maposmatic.org if you have not already (there seems to be a problem at the moment with a job over Berlin, hopefully not for long).
Le 07/06/2011 08:51, Samuel Mandell a écrit :
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