Recent diary entries
The time zones map is really outdated. I was wondering if we could use the multimap extension, which was recently used to show public transport and areas of municipal borders.
Is it currently possible? I haven't seen coloured areas yet which were generated on the spot.
If possible, we would only need some new relations...
I recently made a template, which constantly calculates a new value of the Aorangëan Dollar. It is basically a sinus curve (to simulate periodical fluctuations) multiplied with an exponential curve (to simulate) inflation. I didn't do it because we need it, but rather because I can do it. You can see a table with "live" values here: http://wiki.opengeofiction.net/wiki/index.php/Aorang%C3%ABan_Dollar#floating Also in the list of currencies the value floats and therefore influences the sorting order.
If I might get bored and there is no public outcry here, I will introduce this for some more currencies. I did some blue currencies already.
If you like you can edit the parameters for your currency yourself, I added a minimum of documentation in the templates.
For the September Challenge, I built an extensive tram system for my biggest city. As you can see it's quite unfinished. I plan it to be at about twice the current size. I managed to write a script to create a multimap showing the routes. Unfortunately it works only fine for this network. The trouble is, that tram routes usually share tracks and I cannot show more than one colour per line. It's ok here, as I gave the lines priorities: Red tangentials are always shown on top, coloured radials below that, and at the bottom are the lettered cross-city-lines, which are all dark gray. It works for the stops anyway. So it could work for an yother network, but the tracks would be in only one colour then.
For the October challenge: I got bored. I mapped some livestock anyway...
A few days ago, I thought: "The northern coast doesn't look good. Something has to be done!" So, the November challenge came just in time.
There will be a coastal tram line like the one in Belgium. There will be three cities at the coast: Rhynlly, Shannondale, and the Port of Port Lewis. (Some renaming would also be nice.) These cities will have small tram networks connected by the coastal tram. Further away from the coast will be motorway 10. I also have lagoons and other fancy stuff in mind, but obviously they can't all be at the same place. So, there will be a bit of planning first and then it will take some days until construction begins...