A few days ago, Ivan Seoane showed me weblate - an open source translation management system. Very nice and very suitable for OpenStreetBrowser. I installed it right away, you can find it here: https://weblate.openstreetbrowser.org. Also, Ivan is working on the translation for Galician, which is already available.
This update brings a very exciting feature: You can filter category results by certain criteria. Every category has a filter for the title of the map features (in fact it queries the tags name, operator and ref, including the localized tags like "name:en"). Many categories have additional filters, e.g. for the type of object (Example: filter the emergency category by type, e.g. Police, Fire Station, Hospital, ...). (Requested here: #33, #70)
Gastronomy category filtered for pubs in Birmingham, showing possible additional filters.
This update brings some nice improvements concerning localization: repository-specific language strings, localized start_date and opening_date and a brand-new translation overview page listing all translators.
The current category update has been in the making for quite some time. The main changes are more detailed categories about buildings (type, age, height, ...), an inclusion of map features with office tags in thematic maps and more detailed popups in the Culture categories.
User mahdi1234 pointed out, that roads which have different maxspeed tags for each direction (tags maxspeed:forward and maxspeed:backward) would be regarded as "unknown" by OpenStreetBrowser.
From now on the car maxspeed and railway maxspeed categories handle these tags. Forward maxspeed will always be shown to the right of the way, backward to the left.