I would like to see how much Mapillary imagery helps OpenStreetMap. My first attempt at this analysis is here, but it has the serious mistake of not accounting for changesets. I would like to correct that error and look into changesets. As an example, I looked at Lithuania’s GeoFabrik page.
The line I find most relevant:
- .osc.gz files that contain all changes in this region, suitable e.g. for Osmosis updates
The .osc.gz link leads me to:
# original OSM minutely replication sequence number 5572108 timestamp=2023-05-12T20\:21\:24Z sequenceNumber=3693
000/ contains the empty directories of
002, and the non-empty
If we download
563.osc.gz and descompress (
curl http://download.geofabrik.de/europe/lithuania-updates/000/003/563.osc.gz -o 563.osc.gz, then
gzip 563.osc.gz --decompress), we get
563.osc. First few lines:
Which seems nice. The
.txt files are similar to the one quoted above. To proceed successfully, it seems I need to understand though how these
osc.gz files are structured.
Based on what logic OpenStreetMap edits end up in 563.osc.gz, or another file, ie 564.osc.gz? I am interested in how this path structure is set up, and what changes go to each file.
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