Re: [OSM-dev] Potlatch & RichardF: Sorry

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Re: [OSM-dev] Potlatch & RichardF: Sorry

Stefan de Konink-3
Stefan de Konink wrote:
> Could anyone with knowledge in ruby *pretty please* take a look at the
> source code and invent some wheel that Potlatch will never 'reupdate'
> duplicate k/v-pairs by itself.

Today RichardF informed me that 'this' feature exists for Potlatch and
therefore the problems that are generated using 'highspeed editing' in
relation to the current API that uses unix timestamps with second
resolution.


In general as was previously pointed out:
- it is not Potlatch 'highspeed editing' that a priori does something wrong
- theoretically even two different users could cause the same effect
using different editors if only their request was processed at exactly
the same time


Due to the history call not responding for the member issue in question
that I was actually pissed of about is still unclear what the reason is
that members were in a relation that was actually already deleted before
the relation was updated.


Potlatch and RichardF are doing a great job to make editing available to
the general public. And I am sorry that I currently blame their tool for
something that is present already since API 0.5 was released. The
promises are there that 'everything works' at 0.6.


For the coming weeks I will publish every tag/member that OSM Fixer
caught and updates. Please ignore it if you don't want to know, read it
if your relation, way or node was edited by me and you want to know why.


Again my apologies,

Stefan de Konink

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Re: [OSM-dev] Potlatch & RichardF: Sorry

ce-test, qualified testing bv - Gert Gremmen
Apologies OK,
 Maar het is wel zo dat voornamelijk Potlatch gebruikers
Zo intensief real time updaten, terwijl daar eigenlijk
geen goede reden voor is.

En dit doet niet af aan andere zwakke punten
van Potlatch zoals ik die noemde....


Gert


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Onderwerp: Re: [OSM-talk-nl] [OSM-dev] Potlatch & RichardF: Sorry

Stefan de Konink wrote:
> Could anyone with knowledge in ruby *pretty please* take a look at the

> source code and invent some wheel that Potlatch will never 'reupdate'
> duplicate k/v-pairs by itself.

Today RichardF informed me that 'this' feature exists for Potlatch and
therefore the problems that are generated using 'highspeed editing' in
relation to the current API that uses unix timestamps with second
resolution.



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Stefan de Konink-3
ce-test, qualified testing bv - Gert Gremmen wrote:
> Apologies OK,
>  Maar het is wel zo dat voornamelijk Potlatch gebruikers
> Zo intensief real time updaten, terwijl daar eigenlijk
> geen goede reden voor is.

En batch editing het voorkomt. Kan trouwens voorkomen worden in de
huidige API door een queue te introduceren. Maar goed...

> En dit doet niet af aan andere zwakke punten
> van Potlatch zoals ik die noemde....

idd.


Stefan

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