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A feature request, if possible. The Ordnance Survey (OS) have made their maps available for online usage now and these are particularly helpful in the UK. When you have a spare moment (;-) would it be possible to include these as one of the map types please? Keep up the great work you are doing. Thanks.
Can you provide a weblink for that ?
Are these tile based maps, do they have an API ?
We can display maps only if they are compatible with the API used by OSM.
I think that it will not work (different API than OSM).
This url seems to go through the bing maps tile server and uses a quadkey which could be calculated in a custom tile render extension class for mapsforge (analoguous to the eniro tiles I prototyped once).
Some background regarding the tiles can be found here: http://jimlynn.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/ordnance-survey-maps-in-bing-maps-silverlight-control/
Explanation of the quadkeys: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb259689.aspx
So not to hard, but depends on time available. Another question is how many map sources we want to have in our maps list...
Nice to see you back. Do you have a few minutes for me (IRC)?
@SammysHP On vacation right now, so not so often online. Its best to write here or PN in github or forum to reach me.
Ordnance Survey maps would be a big plus for many UK users, if there is any way they can be integrated. I can see it could be a lot of work, but this is something that would really set c:geo ahead in the game. The OS maps are my first port of call when navigating to a new cache. The opencyclemap is the nearest thing, but it tends to be slow to load and is often missing detail or incorrect for UK footpaths.