Changes between Version 582 and Version 583 of Maps


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Timestamp:
2020-07-21T12:03:15+02:00 (3 weeks ago)
Author:
Klumbumbus
Comment:

Reverted to version 580. iD uses ELI again, see https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/pull/7428#issuecomment-601810337

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    v582 v583  
    117117 * JOSM uses [/maps this] URL to fetch the imagery sources. The URL can be customized in the advanced preferences (key {{{imagery.layers.sites}}}). Using multiple sources at the same time is possible.
    118118 * Normally JOSM ignores any elements that it does not recognize. However, it will skip the entire imagery entry, when one of the unsupported tags has the attribute {{{mandatory='true'}}}. This is only relevant, when essential new features are added, but old versions of JOSM are still in use.
    119  * There is also a imagery list provided by the GitHub project [https://github.com/osmlab/editor-layer-index Editor Layer Index] but is is pretty much dead since the iD editor started to use an [https://github.com/ideditor/imagery-index own list]. Differences between this list and the JOSM list are detected by ImageryCompare and synced manually. This page includes some sanity checks too. After you made changes or additions to imagery sources check this page for red marked errors/conflicts which must be resolved!
     119 * The OSM editors iD, Potlatch 2 and Vespucci use the imagery list provided by the GitHub project [https://github.com/osmlab/editor-layer-index Editor Layer Index]. Differences between this list and the JOSM list are detected by ImageryCompare and synced manually. This page includes some sanity checks too. After you made changes or additions to imagery sources check this page for red marked errors/conflicts which must be resolved!
    120120 * Additional to the XML database there is also an geojson output which can be found here: [/maps?format=geojson&pretty=true pretty] and [/maps?format=geojson default].
    121121 * License: Like the whole wiki (see page footer) the imagery database is licensed under Creative Commons (CC-BY-SA). Content since April 2014 is dual licensed with LGPL (except contents copied from ELI, which is only CC-BY-SA).