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07 Feb 2021

Successful Community Meetup

Last week we had our first virtual osm2pgsql community meetup. There was quite a bit more interest than we had anticipated. 16 developers and users talked about plans and ideas and many questions could be answered.

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03 Feb 2021

Release 1.4.1

This is a minor release with some bug fixes and internal cleanups and changes, mostly in the “middle” code and geometry processing.

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14 Jan 2021

Virtual Meetup on osm2pgsql

Osm2pgsql development has picked up steam in the last months. Many new features have been implemented and we have many more ideas. And there are plenty of issues to work on. But to decide where we are going next and what to prioritize, we want to hear more from the osm2pgsql users.

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07 Dec 2020

Release 1.4.0

The project has a new website (osm2pgsql.org) now with extensive documentation and examples, and with sections on support, contributing, news. etc. Most of the documentation from the repository and the OSM wiki was moved there. We still have a man page, it is now maintained in markdown format. All the documentation, man page, help texts etc. have been cleaned up, made more consistent and brought up to date.

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23 Sep 2020

New Website for Osm2pgsql

Osm2pgsql has been an important part of the OpenStreetMap software stack for a long time. But its documentation is scattered between the OSM wiki, the Github repository and other places here or there. Now, thanks to some money the OpenStreetMap Foundation is putting towards osm2pgsql development, we can unvail a new website for the project allowing us to bring together all the information about the project.

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28 Jul 2020

Release 1.3.0

This release introduces the new “flex” output. It allows a more flexible definition of output tables and columns. It also adds a second stage of processing which makes it possible to get information from relations to their members, allowing, for instance, to render tags from bicycle route relations on their member ways. The “flex” output is configured through Lua scripts.

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