[Loadstone] loadstone podcast

Jared Stofflett stofflet at gmail.com
Mon May 18 14:07:13 BST 2009

Your getting the data for free and that would put an unfair load on the 
servers for data 99% of which you will never use. Unless you can tell me 
you plan on visiting the majority of zipcodes this is a waste of 
bandwidth and would be unfair to those who actually get the data for 
only the areas they need. Not to mention loadstone couldn't handle that 
much data.

Josh wrote:
> Hi,
> I am the person who made the loadstone podcast. I plan on makeing yet 
> another one now that I know more about loadstone.
> Hey it would also be cool if there were a script that would take a 
> plain text file full of United States zip codes run them through the 
> geocoder one zip codeper minute and automatically export download the 
> osm files and then run the osm files through the offline tools, and 
> then ask for confirmation of the deletion of the osm files so we could 
> then make the computer automatically get big areas for us in abunch of 
> osm files that we could build or import into custom databases.
> not sure if this is even possible or if it could somehow be applied to 
> other countries or not though but it may possibly work in the united 
> states at least?
> Josh
> Josh email is    jkenn337 at gmail.com <mailto:jkenn337 at gmail.com>
> msn: kenn6498ku at hotmail.com <mailto:kenn6498ku at hotmail.com>
> skype: jkenn337
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