DISCLAIMER: The writing style is not serious, the message is.
Nice to write again. No procraction, here we go.
We confess we had performance issues. It turned out that we underestimated how the damn project could be used. But who are we to judge? If you need that, our server is here to serve. Therefore, we implemented pagination to enable smooth work for areas with 300 000+ squares.
Consequently, we updated the mappy to reflect the changes in the server’s API. There is ugly load more squares link in the client now.
We also used the opportunity of server’s API change to improve the panel by adding the history of the square you’re working on. And when we are writing about panel…
For completeness, we want share the damn compatibility matrix for remote/field mapping when using map-review-done workflow:
Map Review Supported? ------ ------ ---------- Remote Remote Yes Remote Field Yes Field Remote Yes Field Field Yes
And so it is. There is nothing more to say, so we are stretching our brains to find out what we will do next time. Just kidding, there is uncountable lot of work.
Divide and map. Now. – the damn project – helps mappers by dividing a big area into smaller squares that people can map together.
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Ce sujet de discussion accompagne la publication sur https://community.openstreetmap.org/t/the-damn-project-done-in-october-2023/105532