Amenity Editor

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Amenity Editor
Screenshot of Amenity Editor
Author: User:nitegate
Website: http://ae.osmsurround.org/
Version: (2010-12-24)
License: GNU AGPL 3+
Programming language: JavaScript

Very limited but easy to use online editor


Editing amenities

The OpenStreetMap Amenity Editor ( http://ae.osmsurround.org/ ) is a simple online tool to create and modify nodes / points of interest (POIs) on the OpenStreetMap map. It allows the user to quickly insert new amenity information into the map and comes with a palette of template amenities with recommended and/or often used key-value tag information. You can easily enter missing information, such as opening times, or addressing.

Help information is all in German but will soon be provided in other languages - translation help is appreciated! Google Translate supposedly works quite well on it.

Authorisation

As of Version 0.7 the Amenity Editor uses OAuth for authorisation.

Preferences window

Development

Source code: https://github.com/grundid/amenity-editor (AGPL 3+)

It is written in Java using the Spring framework, plus a lot of client side javascript. It uses portions of code from OpenStreetBugs

The Amenity Editor was developed by User:nitegate (who also made Relation Analyzer). Website: http://betaplace.emaitie.de/