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Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
@MartinK: I'll probably have to port server's GUI to QtQuick then. This should be relatively simple and would allow using the server simply in Linux. Right now, console interface is rather un-intuitive and hard to use.
I guess you can use Universal Components to keep Sailfish OS specific stuff (pull down menus, buttons, fast scroll listview, etc.) while being able to run the same UI codebase with QtQuick Controls 2 on desktop.

Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
Corresponding issue is opened, let's see when I can make it.
Thanks! You can definitely count me in for testing.

Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
As soon as proper GUI is ready for Linux, would be great to package it for Fedora. Although, it will require packaging of Valhalla, probably.
I've looked at the Sailfish OS Valhalla packaging and it looks pretty clean and not that Sailfish OS specific (even though I guess we could --enable-static=yes and use "normal" dynamic linking on Fedora). I'll try to build a package in Copr from the spec file and will report back my findings.
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@rinigus does Valhalla support any routing options (fastest, shortest route) ?
 

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@rinigus does Valhalla support any routing options (fastest, shortest route) ?
@bomo, it does: https://github.com/valhalla/valhalla...costing-models

It has to be called by a map client. There are lots of options which maybe of interest, see the README. Since OSM Scout Server just forwards the URL as a part of Valhalla call, there are no adjustments needed on the server part - it should be ready.
 

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@MartinK: just read you have started on Fedora packaging, sounds great. There are probably few dependencies to go through. Note that I am using older libpostal, haven't worked on updating it yet.

Since its easier to test functionality on Desktop, I started porting GUI over to QtQuick 2. I hope to get it ready soon.
 

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@rinigus do you know if valhalla could/will manage "offline traffic"?
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@rinigus do you know if valhalla could/will manage "offline traffic"?
thanks
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The main issue is availability of the data. To my understanding, Mapzen started a project to collect such data, but got shut down. I think Mapbox (new home for Valhalla team) has an option to collect data for traffic on ios and android (not qt, if I understand correctly), so they may work on it too. But in Mapbox case, I didn't see any project that was supposed to make this data open. Although I may have missed it.
 

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