OSMembrane is a GUI front-end for Osmosis used by the Open Street Map Project. Osmosis is used by many people to process OSM data based on command lines scripts which are hard to maintain for many people like
osmosis --read-xml file="planetin.osm" outPipe.0="mypipe" --write-xml file="planetout.osm" inPipe.0="mypipe"
Now there’s one way to control Osmosis effectively: using (OS)Membrane.
OSMembrane was developed by Christian Endres, Jakob Jarosch and Tobias Kuhn at the University of Stuttgart during a practical training task initiated by Igor Podolskiy who also provided the bbox-chooser component.
The current release version can be found here. OSMembrane and its source code is released under a GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE (Version 3, 29 June 2007).