Hi, I'm looking for a tool that can export OSM notes to a gpx file so that I can load the notes on my Garmin GPS. I only found this, https://github.com/SomeoneElseOSM/Notes01 but I cant find a jar file to test it out. Are there any other tools that I can use?

asked 03 Apr '14, 17:53

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shameful advertising, but i ended up creating this note downloader in perl :)

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/richlv/diary/35938

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answered 25 Sep '15, 09:12

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Notes can also be exported directly from the website by using an URL like this: http://api.openstreetmap.org/api/0.6/notes/256434.gpx

Or, to export whole bunch in a bounding box:

http://api.openstreetmap.org/api/0.6/notes.gpx?bbox=24.149,56.911,24.3476,56.9665

The files downloaded this way will have extra data in the description, though - you would have to filter it out manually, script it or use the already mentioned "Notes01" tool.

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answered 10 Aug '15, 14:24

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You can find the jar files under Releases.

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answered 03 Apr '14, 18:33

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Thanks scai!

(03 Apr '14, 22:14) ligfietser

In case SomeoneElse is reading: Great tool, one suggestion, can you delete the "Moved from OSB ID683047..." because this is irrelevant info.

(03 Apr '14, 22:34) ligfietser
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@ligfietser Thanks - I'll have a go at putting some kind of filtering in the next time that I'm in the code.

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