Potlatch 0.10 is live
…and hopefully there’s something for everyone.
If you’re a map editor, the biggest change is that tagged nodes in ways are now indicated with a little black circle – so you can see traffic lights, mini-roundabouts, railway stations, gates etc. etc.
If you’re a non-English speaker, Potlatch might now appear in your language. Lots of people have helped out by supplying translations on the wiki – feel free to supply more. Any changes you make will show up next time I commit a Potlatch change.
If you’re a Rails port hacker – amf_controller now speaks your language. :)
User interface changes include a more prominent “loading ways” animation at the top right. You can also call Potlatch with &way=12345 or &node=56789 in the query string – added specially for ito!’s excellent OSM Mapper tool.
There’ve been a number of changes under the hood, too, such as a major rewrite of Potlatch’s node handling, and all projection now being done in Potlatch itself rather than on the server. I’d expect a handful of little issues to crop up – as ever, you can report them on trac. Thanks to all those who’ve helped in one way or another.