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Is it possible to use mappillary on JOSM? I find it on iD but unable to find on JOSM. IF yes, then please let me know the process to install on JOSM.

asked 29 Jan '15, 00:51

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edited 29 Jan '15, 01:38

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just to anyone who is curious: in iD there is "Photo Overlay (Mapillary)" in the backgroundmap data settings (if you are at a location which is covered by Mapillary, you will see yellow photo markers). [updated 2016-06-24]

(29 Jan '15, 01:36) aseerel4c26 ♦

Currently, the answer seems to be: no, no unless you find somebody who programs it. See https://josm.openstreetmap.de/ticket/10648 - see newer answer

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answered 29 Jan '15, 02:10

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edited 24 Jun '16, 22:19

There is now a JOSM plugin for Mapillary under active development. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/JOSM/Plugins/Mapillary . It is very easy to use. You can download it from the plugins in the preference and start using it.

If you are interested in contributing code the github repo is present at https://github.com/floscher/josm-mapillary-plugin .

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answered 23 Jun '16, 06:07

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Nirab Pudasaini
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So far there is no Mapillary-plugin for JOSM (you are welcome to help coding one :)).
At the moment you can use Mapillary2JOSM but I find it a cumbersome solution.

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answered 31 Jan '15, 09:03

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