What's the logic of iD editor update onto the public osm.org site? It's updated on every stable release?

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Hi NonEmilia, what do you mean by ID editor update ? The work you’ve done and uploaded or a newly release of the ID program ?

(30 Jun '14, 09:48) Hendrikklaas
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You're right, it's not very clear... I'mean how often dvelopers takes iD editor from github and deploy it on the openstreetamp.org site.

More simply: when, in the edit mode, the version in the right bottom change? (Actually is 1.4.0).

(30 Jun '14, 10:13) NonnEmilia

I reckon that they announce an update before they do it, so keep mapping. But feel free and to ask it at Github directly here, https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD

(30 Jun '14, 11:58) Hendrikklaas
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https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/commits/master logs updates (Update to iD v1.4.0 on May 30, Update to iD v1.3.10 on May 21, Update to iD v1.3.9 on April 9 etc), but I have no idea how often production version of the OSM website is updated.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by NonnEmilia 02 Jul '14, 08:15


I asked it directly to John Firebaugh and the answer is:

I release a new version of iD and submit a pull request to update osm.org whenever it seems appropriate. Usually when significant features or bugfixes are ready.

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