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Where can I download all the gpx file in OSM website? Is there a package include all the gpx file? (I don't want to download these gpx files one by one...)

asked 13 Nov '12, 15:52

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edited 13 Nov '12, 16:05

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Jonathan Ben...


Please don't mark questions 'urgent' - it's rather rude and very likely to get ignored.

(13 Nov '12, 16:07) Jonathan Ben...

The Planet.gpx file contains all the GPS coordinate pairs submitted to the project.

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answered 13 Nov '12, 15:54

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edited 14 Nov '12, 16:45

thx. but there is no time label in this file.

(14 Nov '12, 16:33) krist333

It also doesn't come with a free pony. This is what's provided, and if you'd like something more sophisticated you are welcome to write a tool to produce it.

(14 Nov '12, 16:58) Jonathan Ben...

Hi, I am part of the sysadmin team. We are working on a better export, but available time is limited. https://github.com/iandees/planet-gpx-dump

(06 Dec '12, 12:39) Firefishy ♦♦

Unfortunately, this answer is no longer current: Planet.gpx has stopped receiving updates in 2013.

(13 Sep '18, 16:52) Tordanik
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