The easy-to-use OpenStreetMap editor, iD, customized for use by the National Park Service's Places system.
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README.md

Places Editor - a fork of iD, OpenStreetMap's friendly JavaScript editor, customized for use in the National Park Service's Places system

Basics

iD

  • iD is a JavaScript OpenStreetMap editor.
  • It's intentionally simple. It lets you do the most basic tasks while not breaking other people's data.
  • It supports modern browsers. Data is rendered with d3.

Places

  • Places is an internal data management system for the National Park Service.
  • It makes it possible for all National Park Service employees to contribute to their park's map.

Installation

To run the current development version, fork this project, run make, and serve it locally. If you have Python handy, just cd into the project root directory and run

 python -m SimpleHTTPServer

Building / Installing

You can build a concatenated and minified version of Places Editor with the command make. Node.js is required for this.

Places Editor will be built to the dist directory. This directory is designed to be self-contained; you should be able to copy it into the public directory of your web server to deploy it. This functionality will be improved in future releases, since we require Windows compatibility (no sym links) for our web server.

License

iD is available under the WTFPL. It includes d3js, which BSD-licensed. All contributions made to this forked repository are public domain.

Thank you

Initial development of iD was made possible by a grant of the Knight Foundation.