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Shlomi Hod
@shlomihod

@derhuerst Hey! your projects of vbb are so cool! thank you for creating the restful API

I've a question regarding for the vbb svg map. I'm trying to find one the the stations names on top of that, any idea where i can find one? can yours be used for that?

Jannis R
@derhuerst
which one?
you would have to add the station names by yourself. in fact, it is pretty difficult to add them in a way so that they don't overlap stations close by. it's one reason of why i didn't do it yet.
to add them, you would have to build an SVG map from the index.json file
you could generate the SVG string either by manually concatenating things, or by using pithy
Shlomi Hod
@shlomihod
yeah, adding the text well what also my problem too
like, the point is that i want to add additional information to each station
to be precise, i want to show how long it's going to take to arrive each station in the network from my home, if i'm going out right now
i did all the code to do the extracting, calculation, etc to python pandas
(btw, i've filtered all the S,U bahn station bun checking the station name to start with S,U,S+U - do you think there is a better way?)
so, i've wanted the map and then adding the duration to each station
but i don't know how to do that nicely
like, doing on normal map (i.e. the map of berlin) would be more easy, there is enough space to put the stations name and the duration, but it won't be nice visually
Jannis R
@derhuerst

btw, i've filtered all the S,U bahn station bun checking the station name to start with S,U,S+U - do you think there is a better way?

yes, you can use vbb-lines-at

@juliuste is currently working on layouting a transport map afaik
Jannis R
@derhuerst
Hey everyone! please note that i deprecated transport.rest. Please use https://vbb.transport.rest instead. Refer to https://github.com/derhuerst/vbb-rest for more info.
Laberbear
@Laberbear
Hey thanks for providing that API, it's extremely useful while prototyping here
HOWEVER
it seems like you keep changing these REST-endpoints while I'm developing too :D
curse you and your fabulous and unique vbb-api
Jannis R
@derhuerst
in which way did i change them?
Laberbear
@Laberbear
routes -> journeys and within the responses start -> departure and end -> arrival
don't worry I know you documented everything, but it seems like the switch happened right as I was developing :P
btw. if you're interested, I just went to the node.js meetup in Berlin. It's always pretty informative and I'm sure you could even give a talk about your node.js projects https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Node-js-Meetup-Berlin/events/238584891/
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
Here in Luxembourg we're generating gtfs-rt from whatever we can get from the departureBoard endpoint
So data consumers can use existing libraries
The work that'd already been done on vbb-rest was very precious! <3
Jannis R
@derhuerst

routes -> journeys and within the responses start -> departure and end -> arrival

that is with the new endpoint at vbb.transport.rest, but the old one should stay compatible for the remaining ~1 month i will keep it running for

btw. if you're interested, I just went to the node.js meetup in Berlin. It's always pretty informative and I'm sure you could even give a talk about your node.js projects

sounds great! I also go there from time to time, but i haven't been last time

I see there's also https://github.com/derhuerst/generate-vbb-gtfs now

@grischard yes, but it's not complete now. also, it's just static GTFS

Here in Luxembourg we're generating gtfs-rt from whatever we can get from the departureBoard endpoint

sounds good. should probably do that since, from a load perspective, it doesn't make sense that all people using my API to get realtime data try to query every station. it makes sense to provide a push-feed like GTFS-RT so that the data gets queried from VBB only once

@grischard BTW let me know when you are in berlin, so we can maybe have a chat about public transport stuff!
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
@derhuerst I'd love to! June 8-13 actually.
Jannis R
@derhuerst
@grischard There's going to be an "Open OKLab Berlin" meetup on the 12th, where i will hang out. it's the berlin branch of the open knowledge foundation basically, meeting at the office of wikimedia germany.
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
Oh fantastic. I'm thinking about starting a Luxembourg branch, it'd be great to see how the neighbours do it.
https://okfn.de/en/blog/2017/05/wikidata-f%C3%BCr-openglam/ on the 9th isn't what you mean, is it?
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
Jannis R
@derhuerst
the last one, yes
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
@derhuerst see you tonight then? How long does this usually last, short chat or code all night?
Jannis R
@derhuerst
introduction/questions usually 40m. we can stay there until 11pm, but nobody is required to do so. see you tonight!
Guillaume Rischard
@grischard
Great! See you!