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Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
Om Goeckermann
@om-design
I’m very interested in your goals for this project. I have some ideas that are involved, but you seem to have the philosophical viewpoint that would understand what I am working towards..
Jesper Falk
@Loffa_gitlab
I have read your post and is somewhat interested in this. As a developer I can star looking at what I might be able to do
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab

Thanks.

@om-design The goal of the project is to be an alternative to HOT Tasking Manager. The current state is proof of concept -- Look, it can be done better (in my opinion).

I would like to push the project to the state that it could be "used by many communities" that use HOT Tasking Manager now (as stated at SotM 2019 Tales from the Tasking Manager presentation).

I would like to do it as much as possible in a community-driven manner.

@Loffa_gitlab It depends on what you are good in. Personally, I feel like an average python programmer and I am going to act as damn_server maintainer for a while yet. All the other repositories are here just to come with something that works (somehow). There is plenty of work on damn_plugin. It may be needed to rewrite damn_client and damn_managercompletely, or better, create nicer and better clients. damn_deploy just shortcuts deployment.

Jesper Falk
@Loffa_gitlab
I like the idea of how the HOT tasking manager works but I want to be able to create my own project and areas and work on them "privately".
I think this tool would allow me to create squares for personal use and then map in those squares using JOSM
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
@Loffa_gitlab damn_server does not have authorization. For this use case you must run damn_server locally and then set up damn.server_url in JOSM preferences (export mode needed).
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
Also, because damn project is decentralized, you will need damn_manager for adding areas.
Jesper Falk
@Loffa_gitlab
That should be fairly easy using docker images and docker-compose. But as you said a nice good WebUI might be developed that looks more like web2.0
I will have to try some of the existing services and see what I can come up with
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab

You are right about docker and docker-compose. You may try to change a little bit damn_deploy for your use case. But you still need change in damn plugin and damn manager.

I hope for some new clients.

Ray Kiddy
@rkiddy
Just chiming in here. I am interesting in a tasking app with some flexibility. I am not sure what I can add but I will keep an eye out. Have things been quiet from Jan 3 to Jan 21, or is there an issue with this forum? thanx.
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
There is no issue, but small traffic, I would say.
btw, I will be at FOSDEM 2020 https://fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event/geo_damn/
And I will publish slightly redesigned damn client soon.
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
btw @rkiddy what you mean by "some flexibility"? :)
Ray Kiddy
@rkiddy
Thinking more about it, I am interested in seeing something that is easy to provision and get running. So I used "flexibility" as a code word for the ability to bring up new damn instances, at will, and without much hassle.
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
Client and manager are static web pages published as GitLab pages. Only change DAMN_SERVER global variable to point to proper server.
The server is a little bit more, therefore there is https://gitlab.com/damn-project/damn_deploy. I would really appreticiate if you can go throw the deployement process and provide the feedback :)
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
I just updated the damn client a little bit. One pros is that I moved API procedures communicating with server to "kind of library" https://client.damn-project.org/lib.js -- the goal is to make client development a bit easier.
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab

Just a small note to avoid confusion about this chat room -- This is a general chat room, ready to discuss all the things anyone wants to (not just for developers, even it may look like now).

By the time the community grows, we will create new more aimed rooms.

Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
@rkiddy I just updated the damn deploy repository. Now you should be able to run clients easily, too. See https://gitlab.com/damn-project/damn_deploy/blob/master/README.md. Only issue is that you can't run it from localhost, due to TLS. You need some domain.
Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab

So I run the load testing on the damn server https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/qeef/diary/393240.

Guys, is anyone able to do a comparable test for HOT Tasking Manager? Because I am not.

Jiri Vlasak
@qeef_gitlab
I usually send updates here: https://en.osm.town/tags/damn