Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-03-22 18:22:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you seem to be using a strange imagery URL. What were you copying and do wehave explicit permission to use that imformation?
22017-03-22 21:04:51 UTCjesus_army Information came from a GPX trace rather than the map tile but I will remove that way and re-edit for clarity
12017-03-21 22:00:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
In OSM we map what exists on the ground, you have for some bizarre reason changed the Chertsey town node to a hospital. This sort of edit breaks the map for other users and will be reverted.
22017-03-21 22:44:39 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12017-03-21 22:03:44 UTCtrigpoint The hosital is already mapped, for some reason you have created a duplicate node.
12017-03-21 18:33:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. You seem to have changed a place node to a park, the park is already mapped and the name you added looks very unlikely. I have put this back to the place node
12017-03-20 17:55:23 UTCtrigpoint HI, I am not convinced there is a legal no-U turn restriction here. I have never seen any signage and if there was one, how would I get into Knighton Junction Lane or the New Road Inn?
However I have spotted that Welford Road is incorrectly mapped as a single carriageway so I will fix that.
Cheers...
22017-03-20 18:36:47 UTCCebderby Hi, If turning right from the southbound Welford Rd into Knighton Jnct Ln or the pub is ok then this new turn restriction can't remain. The specific routing problem was in (expecting to) turn right from Victoria Park Rd to northbound Welford Rd - OsmAnd app's router gives left turn then U-turn whic...
32017-03-20 21:45:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I have looked at this on OSMand and it has got a very serious routing issue. Both OSRM and mapzen work perfectly here.
Maybe it should be reported to OSMand?

42017-03-20 22:04:31 UTCCebderby I suspect it is over-penalising a route from a secondary to a primary road via a minor way, even though it seems short and obvious. Trying with 'fuel efficient' route option (ie. short route) OsmAnd gets the right turn, it's only the 'fastest' route with the problem. For now, I've removed the no-U...
52017-03-20 22:36:51 UTCtrigpoint I agree the cross ways should be secondary, and I would consider Putney Road/Commercial Square to be tertiary. But a router should cope with the mapping as is, classifications are an indication of importance rather than speed, especially when they are tagged as 30 mph.

I am working through Mapill...
12017-03-20 19:22:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
It looks like you were adding a hedge. They are tagged as barrier=hedge.
Give me a shout if you need any help.
12017-03-19 16:48:16 UTCwill_p Hi, what does 'RA surveys' mean? The abbreviation isn't clear to me.
Thanks.
22017-03-20 17:41:47 UTCtrigpoint My guess, and knowing Stan as I do. it would be Ramblers Association
12017-03-19 16:25:44 UTCtrigpoint Has the building been demolished?
22017-03-19 16:42:40 UTCsam kenney Yes and has been replaced by fuel station
12017-03-19 15:25:56 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM
I see you have added Humbleton Farm, which is great. We outline the farmyard, as best we can, and ass landuse=farmyard, not place=farm. That will make it consistent with most farms in the UK on OSM
22017-03-19 15:30:25 UTCtrigpoint You have also joined it to a powerline, which is obviously incorrect and to the centreline of Mill Lane.
32017-03-19 15:37:55 UTCdelfimo Apologies. Have sorted now. Deleted old area as unable to figure out how to change area.
12017-03-18 10:09:14 UTCtrigpoint Hi, the name tag should only be used for an actual name, not just to add additional information. The correct way to indicate that a car park is private is to use an access tag, in this case access=private. Not sure if maps.me can fix this, you may need to login to osm.org and use a proper editor suc...
12017-03-15 12:32:57 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for edit, however according to the osm wiki smoking=no should not be used if it is the law, as it is in this case.
You seem to be using an app called SpotOn, please could you provide a URL for it?
Cheers Phil
12017-03-14 19:50:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi Mike, just checking that you have surveyed this path recently. The area is being developed so just checking.
Cheers Phil
12017-03-11 15:18:09 UTCtrigpoint Hi, what is the source of this information?
I have never seen any evidence for the existence of a Roman Road and find it highly unlikely that it followed the modern alignment of the A49 between Weston and Prees.
Also this type of information is more appropriate in OpenHistoricalMap rather then OSM...
22017-03-12 09:35:51 UTCtrigpoint The North Shropshire section appears to be pure fiction, the Roman Road is only shown on your claimed source in very short sections. Where did the rest come from?
It is very unlikely that the Roman road followed the present roads through Shawbury.
I do not have a usable source but I do know it did...
32017-03-12 14:36:43 UTCDyserth Hi. Please see area around SJ55471 24483. Marked as Roman Road (Course of) on OS Map, northern section curves to the west near Moston Grange and follows the alignment of the unclassified road heading towards the A49 where it passes through the modern cutting.
This has been constructed at a natural...
42017-03-12 15:16:56 UTCtrigpoint Thank you for these updates, it does seem much more believable and there are references to the Roman Road on OS Opendata.
I would suggest that the route was not through Prees village but followed a straight line from the present junction with the B5065 via Prees Church which forms a straight line ...
52017-03-12 15:29:38 UTCtrigpoint I should probably add that is is likely that the course of the road drifted over time and that up until WW2 this section of the A49 was a minor road which was upgraded as a bypass.
12017-03-12 14:06:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I'm not sure what this shop is. But it is certainly not a department store. Please do not mistag.
12017-03-12 13:05:42 UTCtrigpoint Fiction reverted
12017-03-12 13:03:21 UTCtrigpoint The middle of a residential road is a very unlikely place for a viewpoint, I am reverting this edit.
12017-03-12 12:56:05 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Cherry Hinton Campsite is already mapped, so I am removing your duplication.
12017-03-10 17:34:44 UTCtrigpoint Wow, the A14 is being extended to North Wales?
22017-03-10 18:54:00 UTCGlucosamine Ooops - one of those change set titles which gets copied from one set of updates to quite another - mea culpa for not checking. Any ideas on how to change a change set title? On the other hand, with a £1.3B budget, the A14 really ought to reach the border ...
32017-03-10 18:56:53 UTCtrigpoint Don't worry about changing the existing ones, not sure if that is even possible. I was just jokingly making you aware so you would fix it next time you edit.
42017-03-10 19:27:12 UTCGlucosamine Taken in the spirit intended. Not the first time this has caught me out when using a specific title when I normally use a generic - will try to remember to check for at least the immediate future - though I'm sure I'll slip up again at some point.
12017-03-10 15:20:56 UTCtrigpoint Airbnbs are private homes and do not belong in OSM, I have reverted this
22017-03-10 15:25:05 UTCHpriem Good...thank you
12017-03-10 14:45:24 UTCBCNorwich Are you sure that is a hotel, or is it just a room rental??
22017-03-10 15:13:39 UTCtrigpoint Airbnb are private homes and have no place in OSM, I am reverting this
12017-03-09 20:22:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM
Rapid Welding is an unlikely name for a hardware shop. What are you trying to map.
Maps.me is a very basic editor, to do more than basics you need to use a proper editor such as iD on osm.org.
12017-03-09 18:15:53 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM

You seem to have added a park over the top of an existing park. This is not a good idea.

I will revert (undo) this edit.
22017-03-09 18:16:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit, the park was already mapped so I have removed your duplication and put the name onto the existing area.
32017-03-16 15:44:00 UTCDaveF Removed
12017-03-06 13:10:46 UTCtrigpoint Hi, way http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/387927974 appears to be total fantasy. There is no separate way visible on bing or mapbox imagery. Also many entry exit nodes are shared which causes exit counts to be wrong, i.e. you have to enter a roundabout to leave it. Oneway on a roundabout is not neede...
22017-03-07 01:26:47 UTCDyserth Fantastic appearances can be deceptive. The left carriageway separates into three lanes here, the left hand one of which you can only use to bypass the roundabout, turning left along Abergele Road. You cannot enter it. I have therefore tagged it as a one-way Primary Link as this lane has no intersec...
12017-03-05 22:31:32 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this looks very small and an odd place for a hospital. What were you trying to achieve
12017-03-05 19:40:11 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I got some odd instructions from maps.me for this roundabout today. Now I am home and able to check I see that for some strange reason you removed the roundabout tags and replaced it with oneway. Why?
22017-03-07 01:51:43 UTCDyserth If I remember correctly at some point iD was not showing roundabouts as oneway unless they were tagged as such. I did change a few tags to reflect this as clearly roundabouts are not two-way flows but clearly this flaw in the editor has now been rectified. However because that edit was done 2 years ...
12017-03-05 09:45:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please remember that osm is a live database, please do not usr it for tests. I am removing this doodle.
12017-03-04 17:30:44 UTCtrigpoint Hi, thank you for adding these footpaths, however they should not end where the gate/stile is, they need to connect to the road otherwise routers will see them as dead ends and not use them.
I have connected the footpaths to the roads.
Cheers Phil
12017-03-02 20:17:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, not sure how closely you were looking here, but the smaller roundabout is clearly a mini-roundabout.
22017-03-03 09:32:49 UTCchris_debian Hi, trigpoint.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I've done some reading, and it seems that a mini-roundabout is frequently described as being a white painted circle, on the road, or a slightlyraised white bump, in the road. Having reexamined this roundabout, for it's construction and size...
32017-03-03 21:25:48 UTCtrigpoint The definition of a mini-roundabout is not necessarily painted white, but it needs to be traversable. At least one in Oakengates is cobblestones.
This one is very definitely a mini-roundabout, and painted white, so I have corrected it.
12017-03-03 16:33:50 UTCtrigpoint Hi johnnie
There was no need to remove these paths, I am in no doubt that they exist. They just needed to be connected to Thornton Lane and the sidewalk tag removing as they are not sidewalks.
But please do no check OS, we do not have permission to use such data, what you see is the best data we ...
12017-03-02 20:24:08 UTCtrigpoint Vandalism reverted
12017-03-02 20:18:51 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please can you explain this change, as far as I know wikipedia tags are not case sensitive. Who decided they must start with a capital letter?
22017-03-02 20:25:05 UTCnyuriks Hi @trigpoint, the Wikipedia title has a "normalized" form (actually the rules for it are very complex, such as each portion of the title has to be capital first, such as namespace, after namespace, and after each "/" if subpages are enabled). Plus some url decoding, spaces instead of underscores, a...
32017-03-03 22:09:55 UTCnyuriks I just updated my auto-generated page with lists: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:Yurik/OSM_wiki_tag_problems#List_pages -- these are only wikipedia articles with their wikidata's "instance of" = Q13406463 and Q15623926, but I could obviously add more. Let me know
42017-03-03 22:10:23 UTCnyuriks oops, wrong changeset, sorry.
12017-03-02 19:50:12 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I'm not sure the address and postcode belong on the ATM. They belong to the post office to which it is attached :)
12017-02-24 18:22:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Priory Country Park is already mapped as a nature reserve. Adding a park over the top seems contradictory and doubles the name. Bing imagery seems to confirm it is not what we normally tag as a park.
22017-03-02 18:40:03 UTCtrigpoint No response, so reverted
12017-03-02 18:29:30 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your additions, however you do need to connect them to the road for them to be useful. Also I do not think footway=sidewalk is really an accurate description of these cross-field rights of way.
The correct way to tag rights of way is highway=footway, designation=pu...
12017-03-02 18:19:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit however you have created a number of duplications. McDonalds and TNT were already mapped using ways, mapping with nodes are a bit of a step backwards.
Also the name tag is for an actual name, and should not be used for descriptions such as 'playground' an...
12017-03-02 18:05:22 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I have been trying to work out what you were doing here and all I could find were two new ways which had no tags. I am going to revert this change.
Please carry on editing, but it is better to map things locally that you know well to start with.
12017-03-01 10:13:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
In OSM we map what exists on the ground, the tags you have added suggest that this is on the wrong continent. Please remove and, if it.really exists, add.in an appropriate place. But please remember that OSM is not a business directory.
12017-02-28 13:18:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi, just wondering if ref:gss has any purpose in osm. There appear to be several within the town, why this one? and what purpose do they serve? The areas have no geographic meaning and appear to have been drawn by a 2 year old.
Cheers Phil
22017-02-28 13:30:59 UTCThe Maarssen Mapper Hi Phil
The areas are civil parishes, so they are definitely geographically relevant, just like districts and counties. The ref:gss indicates the ID of the polygon in official records. When the boundary changes, it gets a new ID, so knowing which version of the boundary is represented by the relati...
32017-02-28 19:42:30 UTCtrigpoint A google search took me in a little deeper and that gave a strange area, http://statistics.data.gov.uk/doc/statistical-geography/E00147121 which I could not work out the logic behind although it was suggested that it is postcodes, that example cuts at least one postcode in half.
It does feel wrong ...
42017-02-28 20:07:38 UTCThe Maarssen Mapper Hi Phil,
An output area is only for statistical and not for local government jurisdictions... E00 polygons are not present in OSM as far as I know. The immediate source of the data may be OSBL, but the actual source of the boundary is GSS, who provide the boundaries to the OS, also for "publication...
12017-02-24 18:29:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your contribution however Rose Park appears to be someones back garden, please remember that we only map things that exist on the ground.
12017-02-24 17:56:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your contribution, based on your description and aerial imagery this area is a recreation ground, rather than a park. I have changed it and added the playground.
12017-02-21 22:15:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to osm. Something has gone a little wrong here, the building you have created is rather large and covers several streets. Would you like some help fixing it?
22017-02-22 07:39:15 UTCBCNorwich Hello yes welcome.
Your next changeset made incorrect alterations so I've reverted both changeset as both have problems.
I researched your company and have added a POI at the building mapped as 46 Loman Street. Please check this out and adjust as necessary.
Regards
Bernard
12017-02-21 18:46:11 UTCtrigpoint Hi Brian
Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your contribution, I agree that the hypens are not required, although you have made a small typo in the name.
Yout have used map.me to make the change, which is a bit Mickey Mouse when it comes to names. Your name has gone into name:en, which is a bit iro...
12017-02-18 14:36:23 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. In OSM tagging is sometimes subtle, there is a difference between a park and a recreattion ground and all evidence suggests this is a recreation ground.
1. OS Opendata calls it a recreation ground.
2. Imagery shows a grassy area with pitches laid out, that definitely fits the w...
22017-02-18 16:57:22 UTCtrigpoint Reverted and name added
12017-02-18 12:28:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your input however your comments make me a little wary. You state 'as per OS map', current OS maps are copyright and cannot be used in OSM and your lines do not match older out of copyright data.
When mapping rights of way we map the line as it exists on the ground...
22017-02-18 14:11:54 UTCTom Webster Phil,

Many thanks for your input. I came across this site whilst looking for local walks and footpaths and then thought to check paths crossing our own land. Your current map appears to be incorrect and shows a path that does not exist in practice or on any other map I have seen. It is this that...
32017-02-18 15:36:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi Tom
Thank you for your comments, that sounds like you have actually made these changes using your own knowledge, rather than just copied from another map. This is the kind of input we prefer, there is no need to justify what you know/have seen by quoting another source.
Thank you for your input...
12017-02-17 18:59:32 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12017-02-16 23:45:17 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Something little wrong.
You seem to have created a number of duplicate/overlapping ways on the southbound Blackwall Tunnel.
What were you trying to achieve? Maybe we can help?
Cheers Phil

22017-02-17 11:45:57 UTCmArtagnan Hi Phil
Very sorry about that, im new to OSM so must have done it wrong. Basically, the southbound blackwall tunnel route doesn't work i.e. it routes me around to the rotherhithe tunnel instead even when i put the start point really close to the blackwall tunnell. I concluded there must be someth...
32017-02-17 12:13:08 UTCtrigpoint Thank you Martin
I will sort it out.

Which router are you using?

Phil
42017-02-17 13:06:28 UTCmArtagnan i was testing the route on the OSM website http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=13/51.4909/0.0043

But i use the Scout map Sat Nav app in my car. Thats based on open street map

Many thanks
52017-02-17 14:23:32 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted your changes and am trying to understand the problem. I can see that there is an issue with OSRM, but Mapzen works fine.
Will keep you posted.
Phil
12017-02-16 23:15:16 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please could you keep your edits to sensible areas. Edits like this are hard for other mappers to follow.
Thanks
12017-02-16 22:53:01 UTCtrigpoint ??
22017-02-17 17:45:58 UTCchillly reverted
32017-02-17 17:46:41 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-16 22:52:41 UTCtrigpoint Personal marker?
22017-02-17 17:45:01 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-16 22:41:53 UTCtrigpoint More personal markers?
22017-02-17 17:44:23 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-16 22:40:36 UTCtrigpoint These look like personal markers, what are you trying to achieve?
22017-02-17 17:43:33 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-16 22:36:04 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this looks a bit odd. What are you trying to achieve? Maybe we can help.
22017-02-17 17:41:57 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-14 21:40:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This looks a bit odd. Do you really return hire cars to the middle of the road?
22017-02-27 20:36:08 UTCeric_ I just moved it to the correct location.
12017-02-12 22:34:33 UTCtrigpoint A Chalet in Osbaston? Seems unlikely
22017-02-17 17:42:44 UTCchillly reverted
12017-02-12 13:38:44 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. What is this artwork, it seems a very odd location.
Thanks Phil
22017-02-12 18:01:52 UTCCatherine Lewis it's my workshop/studio. abd the whole lane has many artists studios.
32017-02-12 19:19:14 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, it should be tagged as something like craft=artist, that is assuming it is verifiable. will I see a sign if I walk along that street.
As it stands it is definitely incorrectly tagged.
It would be good if you can correct it, you will need to use a proper OSM editor such as iD from osm.or...
12017-02-09 14:20:13 UTCBCNorwich Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap. IMHO one ought not to assume speed limits, it's really just guessing. Would it be possible to go there and properly survey the roads.
22017-02-09 14:27:56 UTCBCNorwich Oh and the foot-way, are cycles allowed there? Also the foot-way is not joined to the roads at each end so software will not be able to route along it.
Regards
32017-02-09 19:15:50 UTCmarkf0wle I live on this road. The speed limit isn't sign posted on the estate, my assumption was my interpretation of the highway code. I will double check & correct if nessecary.

I will amend the footpath. Yes, bicycles are permitted on all the footpaths in the area to my knowledge.
42017-02-11 15:53:48 UTCtrigpoint You have tagged Welling Road as lanes=1, is that true? It doesn't look like a single track road on bing imagery.
Also 20mph areas cannot exist without signs.
52017-02-11 22:57:23 UTCmarkf0wle OK, good shout. I have corrected the lanes on Welling Rd, is 2 lanes - 1 in each direction.

I have too found this reviewing the highway code, therefore the official speed limit would be 30mph as that is the last posted speed as you enter Welling Road from Brentwood Road.
62017-02-12 07:14:37 UTCBCNorwich Would you then correct the speed limits on the estate please?
It would be wrong for OSM, (the best map in the world), to knowingly contain wrong data.
Regards
72017-02-12 13:01:45 UTCmarkf0wle Done Sir.
12017-02-10 19:08:51 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I think maybe something has gone a bit wrong here, I suspect you mean the London Astoria however that closed in 2009.
Is there something here you have surveyed recently?
22017-02-10 19:10:22 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this edit as this area is a construction site for crossrail.
Please comment if I am wrong?
12017-02-08 21:26:27 UTCtrigpoint Hi, are you sure this path has gone. I do remember it was to be retained and quarried around. It and the bridge are clearly on bing imagery. Has it since gone? If so what is the new route of The Rutland Round as the relation now has a hole in it.
22017-02-08 22:54:03 UTCB'o'B The diversion route was temporary and the Rutland Round and E229 footpath are now back on the original line which is the straighter path to the NE of the path I deleted.
Kind regards
32017-02-08 22:58:22 UTCB'o'B My apologies for making a hole in the Rutland Round route I had assumed it was still marked on the original route which it has now been returned to
42017-02-10 09:27:33 UTCB'o'B I have re-edited the removal of the temporary diversion of the Rutland Round by moving the nodes to the line of the footpath that it now follows instead of deleting it. I hope this is satisfactory to you.
52017-02-10 17:11:21 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, I have tidied up a bit and all looks good now.
12017-02-10 13:55:27 UTCBCNorwich Hello Dreamer. This POI "Buckingham Palace" is actually along way from the Palace.
The Palace is already tagged as tourism so no extra tag is needed there, would you please then remove inadvertent POI?

Your POI "Greenwich" is not needed either as the place is already mapped, the place itself is ...
22017-02-10 17:06:19 UTCtrigpoint Hi Brian, I have reverted both of these changsets,
Maps.me users are very unlikely to respond and maps.me is not capable of changing or removing anything.
12017-02-09 18:31:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I have spotted that you have been making a lot of edits in different areas and wondered what you are changing as you have not put any changeset comments in.

In this particular changset you have deleted on side of the triangle at the junction of Plex Road and Plex Lane, http://www.openstreetma...
12017-02-08 19:32:01 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
The correct way to tag a private road is to add the tag access=private rather than simply deleting it from the map.
The presence is useful as a navigational aid and some people will need to route to the farm. By adding private routers will not route along that way.

It is al...
22017-02-08 22:36:50 UTCB'o'B Hi, thanks for the welcome. Please allow me to explain my edits.
I would normally take your point about unnecessary tags although in my dealings with people on the footpaths on bikes, horses and on one occasion a motorcycle people don't always fully understand the rights of access and I have just...
12017-02-05 15:40:17 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I have reverted your London changes. You have deleted a building that was already correctly mapped as residential, with full address data, it is a Hall of Residence and you replaced it with a hostel node.
22017-02-05 17:26:54 UTCJesus Tudela I'm sorry, but I have a reservation in a hostel (LSE Bankside House, http://www.lsevacations.co.uk/Accommodation/Bankside-House/Bankside-House.aspx) located in the same direction, and in that same Building, and I thought ALL building was a Hostel. I am going to put a new point that reflects the Host...
12017-02-04 17:44:21 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for these additions, they are very useful. One small thing, these types of path are normally tagged as highway=footway, highway=pedestrian is normally used for pedestranised streets such as Gallowtree Gate. Keep up the good work.
Phil
12017-02-04 09:56:17 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The post office was already mapped so I have removed the duplication.
12017-02-04 09:48:23 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. You seem to havbe misplaced this node. It has an address in the US yet you have put it in London.
I am reverting this edit.
Please drop the verbal diarrhea in the changeset comment.
12017-02-03 13:43:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Some of your edits seem a little strange. For example if I were to visit this location will I actually see a monument? and if I do is it really in the middle of the road?
Also tagging a modern office building and a bike rack as historic is very bizarre. What were you trying to a...
22017-02-03 14:05:24 UTCStuart Lennox-Hill I seem to be having some difficulty with the tagging, it's copying from history. (Same with the edit notes... it's using the old one).

The office building is Vantage House, right next to it is the bike rack, they should be two completely separate edits?! I had to un-merge it once already. Zoom in...
12017-02-02 12:38:20 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The school is already mapped as an area and with a name.
I am removing this duplication.
Cheers Phil
12017-02-01 10:33:09 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM

Thanks for the new road. You may like to join it to Millhall Road. This allows routing by phone and satnav to get people to the road.

HTH
22017-02-01 10:37:13 UTCtrigpoint Also please could you capitalise the name correctly, thanks
12017-01-31 20:51:29 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
We try to map things accurately as they exist in the real world
This and many of your other additions appear to be doodles, this one is on top of a road.
22017-02-01 07:38:33 UTCBCNorwich Removed duplicated way.
12017-01-31 20:05:09 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this change, you have turned a correctly mapped skateboard area into a park, that is considered vandalism
12017-01-31 19:46:51 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you seem to have changed a wood that had been added by another mapper to a park. I can see it is a wood so I have fixed it.
12017-01-31 19:35:07 UTCtrigpoint HI, you seem to have added a park to a mountain area. In OSM we map what exists on the ground and this is not most peoples idea of a park.
I am reverting this edit.
12017-01-29 21:44:19 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The paths you added were already mapped as service roads, you therefore created duplications. I have removed these.
12017-01-29 21:00:42 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Something has gone a little wrong here, you have added impossible paths which pass through houses. I have reverted this change.
Please remember that we add only what really exists.
12017-01-26 22:08:34 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM
Thanks for the edit. You need to add amenity=fuel to mark the object as a fuel station. It probably isn't called 'Petrol Station', so changing the name to the name that is displayed on the business would be good too.

HTH
22017-01-29 16:55:17 UTCtrigpoint I have tagged this from memory, will check sometime or NWillowsrough can confirm.
Cheers Phil
12017-01-29 16:39:27 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I have reverted this changeset as you have incorrectly changed recreation grounds and a common to parks.
The clue is in the name i.e. Fryern Rec is not likely to be a park.
12017-01-28 20:43:03 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. In OSM we map things that really exist on the ground, we do not map thing that do not exist such as your reservoir, a garden as a park or footpaths through gardens. I am reverting your edits
12017-01-27 18:10:02 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I assume this footpath is meant to connect to Wellbeck Drive? For it to be usable it does need to connect. Shout up if you need a hand.
22017-01-27 19:20:13 UTCBCNorwich I don't think there is a footpath goes through the houses just there.
12017-01-27 17:42:08 UTCtrigpoint You seem to have deleted all the buildings in the botanic gardens, that is vandalism. Reverting
12017-01-27 17:28:25 UTCtrigpoint These areas were correctly mapped as grass, they are not parks. Reverting
12017-01-27 17:22:22 UTCtrigpoint You have for some reason changed two schools to colleges, that is clearly incorrect they are very definitely schools. I am reverting this edit
12017-01-27 17:06:57 UTCtrigpoint Reverting fiction
12017-01-27 16:18:36 UTCtrigpoint This footpath is a duplication of the existing cycleway. I am reverting this edit.
12017-01-27 16:17:33 UTCtrigpoint This footpath is fiction, I am reverting this edit
12017-01-27 16:13:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. OSM is a live database, used by many people and as such we only add what exists in the real world. There is no park here, it is houses so I am reverting this edit
12017-01-26 23:45:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, thank you for your edit. You do seem to be making things complicated, a relation for your first edit. In this case it is not really needed, just join the two way and put the tags there. And of course delete the relation.
Give me a shout if you need a hand.
12017-01-26 23:38:13 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Something appears to have gone a bit wrong here. You seem to have deleted a large number of POIs. I am sure that was an accident so I am going to revert this changeset.
If you would like to comment and explain what you were intending then we can help
12017-01-26 23:30:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM, I am reverting this as we only map what already exists and this is housing.
12017-01-26 23:16:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please remember that OSM is a live database and that we only map what exists in the real world,
This area is clearly not a park, I have reverted this change.
BTW It is unlikely you will find a missing park in Wigston.
12017-01-26 12:51:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your addition, however Greenfields Rec was already correctly mapped as a recreation_ground. Your park was a duplication which I have removed.
Please ask if you need advice on adding information to OSM.
Cheers Phil
12017-01-24 20:35:03 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The area around a church should be tagged as a churchyard. It is not likely to be a park. That seems to be mistagging.
12017-01-24 18:21:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for correcting the position of the Admiral Duncan, although we only map the building where it is, I have tidyed this up and mapped the car park. The beer garden isn't exactly a park so I have retagged it.
The village green can be tagged as a village green, no need to ...
12017-01-22 12:47:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please can you point me to where these changes, and the others in the series, were discussed?
Thanks Phil
22017-01-24 17:13:38 UTCRitterR hi, sorry form my english. I use google translator.

I based on http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:amenity%3Demergency_phone.

Many of these nodes has been added long ago, and no one since then has not changed under the new rules adopted.
I watched thes points, and if they were on the highw...
12017-01-21 17:43:43 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this as it is spam.
12017-01-21 16:24:31 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM and thank you for your addition of a footpath. It looks good.
As you are local I wonder if you could check the legal access status of Vincents Roadm it has previously been tagged as access=permissive which looks a little odd.
Thanks Phil
12017-01-02 14:17:11 UTCimagico I would consider this essentially mapping for the renderer - beaches do extent below the high water line obviously and natural=tidal_beach is not documented while equivalent established tagging exists (natural=beach + tidal=yes)

If the lowest parts here is still a beach (i.e. wave formed) or a ti...
22017-01-15 11:05:48 UTCdmgroom_ct The wiki is very clear that the tag "natural = beach" is only for the part of the beach above the MHW line.

So what you refer to as established tagging is still in contravention of what is expected.
32017-01-16 11:03:54 UTCimagico Well - the 'how to map' section on the wiki does not represent common mapping practice here and contradicts the basic definition of natural=beach as a landform.

The wiki by the way currently also says you should tag the part of a beach below the high water line as natural=shoal - which of course ...
42017-01-17 14:26:32 UTCdmgroom_ct I will emnail you via the OSM msg system
52017-01-21 16:16:05 UTCtrigpoint Please don't do that, it is better to keep these discussion in the open.
Thanks Phl
12017-01-18 19:23:13 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This edit looks very odd, what is the source you are using.
It seems very odd to map mud around jettys.
Also please could you use meaningful changeset comments describing what you have done so that other mappers know what you are intending. #thamesmapathon tells us nothing.
T...
12017-01-18 19:11:26 UTCtrigpoint Please see comments on note https://www.openstreetmap.org/note/650624
The spelling does not match OS Opendata Locator or local tradition.
Thanks Phil
22017-01-19 09:47:38 UTCACS1986 By bizarre coincidence I stopped at the premier inn next door earlier in the year and noticed the Dutch spelling at the time. Unless it has been changed Kopje is the spelling on the road sign
12017-01-16 16:20:28 UTCmaldav I do not seem to be able to label the route 6. What am I doing wrong?
22017-01-17 12:44:20 UTCtrigpoint What do you mean by label? What are you expecting
32017-01-17 13:08:40 UTCSK53 If you want it to appear on the transport map I think you need to put the bus route number in the ref tag, so add ref=6 and then it should appear along the relevant roads. Here's an example from my own area: https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/71283
42017-01-17 21:39:09 UTCmaldav Many thanks for this information. It took me a while to realise that I was missing the Relation:route. I have now found the details on the wiki. This information didn't appear with the existing bus routes 4 and 4a put on by someone else. I now have to decide how far along the route I need to go. ...
12017-01-13 19:20:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi Bernard, you have missed sport=soccor

Cheers Phil
22017-01-13 20:14:06 UTCBCNorwich Hello Phil,

No I didn't miss it, I left it for you, please see my comment here :- https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/45139235#map=18/51.75318/0.45146, just joking. It will always be football to me! What do you think, conform or not?

Regards Bernard
12017-01-13 19:15:46 UTCtrigpoint Another undisguised mass edit, with no explanation. And you are still ignoring mappers comments.
22017-01-15 10:00:52 UTCdmgroom_ct I was nit ignoring mappers commenst, I have no idea what changeset comments were not being emailed to me, but to be fair there were enough other ways of contacting me.
12017-01-11 12:57:35 UTCDaveF Hi
Out of curiosity, what software are you using to validate these errors?
22017-01-11 18:27:18 UTCtrigpoint And what are you actually fixing, and please map in smaller areas so that you don't waste mappers time trying to work out which of the 6 pages are in their area.
32017-01-15 09:56:22 UTCdmgroom_ct It's not a mass edit. Each edit was individually made my me after viewing Bing imagery, looking at the error I was trying to fix, and then fixing it in JOSM

The sort of problems fixed are:

mainly highways which do not connect to other highways, for a number of reasons , including:
a) the 1st...
12017-01-10 18:58:35 UTCtrigpoint Hi, FP20 is a public right of way reference and should be put in the prow_ref tag, rather than the name. The name tag is for names.
It is certainly not FP20 for the majority of its length, it obviously isn't a Leicestershire right of way reference.
It also needs a bit more, I doubt it is Derbyshir...
22017-01-11 09:56:41 UTCENB45 Hi Phil, I continued on an existing path, I guess the name was already in there.

I've seen a few of those names in the area, I'm aware some older OS maps show these references.

I've cut the path where I continued the line. Name removed from my edit, but I've left the original as it is for now....
12017-01-09 09:39:34 UTCstev This, and many other changesets from the user appears to be erroneuous advertising information. I have also sent the user a message
22017-01-10 18:19:40 UTCtrigpoint You should revert them. they are spam. Shout up if you need any help.
32017-01-12 16:30:30 UTCSomeoneElse For info, I added https://www.openstreetmap.org/note/843348 about a week ago.
12017-01-08 17:11:57 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. What does ref:sponsored mean?
12017-01-04 18:07:04 UTCtrigpoint Hi Geoff, welcome to OSM but please remember that OSM is a live database. It should not be used for testing. To get started it is far better to find something that is missing and add that, or a shop that has changed name. Simply adding a node with a name will not render without other tags describing...
22017-01-08 12:04:30 UTCtrigpoint No response received so I am reverting this change
12017-01-05 13:44:47 UTCRobert Whittaker Is the node at https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4587558092 in the correct location? (I've just added some buildings and roads for Apperley Court from arial imagery. Should be node be within the building?)

You also appear to have changed the address of https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/36789780...
22017-01-05 13:53:35 UTCdebelasers Hi Robert, Yes the node should be in one of the buildings but I couldn't place it correctly on the first go and then couldn't work out how to move it. We are in the north east corner of Appley Court, directly facing the access road.
And yes we moved from St Francis Way in November so I was trying t...
32017-01-05 13:54:57 UTCdebelasers Also, Electronics shop is a poor description of what we do (we design industrial lasers) but it was the closest I could find
42017-01-06 15:19:38 UTCtrigpoint Shop is probably the wrong description, made_made=works, product=industrial_lasers would fit better I think.
You will need to use a proper computer based editor, such as iD, rather than maps.me as it only allows a very limited subset of pre-defined tags to be used.
12017-01-06 13:49:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
The correct way to tag a a postcode is addr:postcode rather than the name tag. I am not sure what Wy Wyri is, but the middle of the road is an odd place, postcodes normally apply to places where mail is delivered to, and maybe use addr:housename.
Trees are mapped as natural=tre...
22017-01-06 13:52:31 UTCMikeValentineUK Cheers Phil.
I'm completely new here and clearly blundering around whilst trying to make myself accessible to the World!
The trees are a local landmark and regular navigation aid.
Mike
32017-01-06 14:00:20 UTCtrigpoint Thank you Mike, they sound a useful thing to add. If you change them to natural=tree, you probably need a new node so you have one for each tree, then tag them as natural=tree then they will show on the map.
You can add species:en=oak, maybe species:cy if you can.
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wi...
12017-01-06 13:34:56 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
THis edit looks a little odd, a stream that passes through a house.
I am reverting this edit.
12017-01-05 12:56:04 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Heathrow is already mapped, please do not add personal markers to the map.
I have removed this node.
12017-01-04 18:08:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This should probably be amenity=social club, bar implies it is open to the public, whereas a social club has membership rules.
Cheers Phil
22017-01-04 19:56:08 UTCBCNorwich Yes welcome to OSM. Actually the facility is already mapped and all information is on the building outline. It is tagged as amenity=social_club, so I have removed your POI so as not to duplicate the information, hope that's OK.
32017-01-04 19:59:23 UTCtrigpoint Well spotted, the building and club outline are separate and overlapping ways. That could do with a tidy up while you are removing the node.
42017-01-04 21:02:22 UTCBCNorwich Sorry forgot to mention the duplicate I removed as well.
12017-01-02 14:09:57 UTCtrigpoint Hello, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit however something has gone a little wrong here, you seem to have created 2 untagged ways on top of existing ways.
What were you trying to achieve, maybe we can help.
Cheers Phil
22017-01-02 14:10:52 UTCchillly Hi, Welcome to OSM.

You seem to be struggling. You have added two things over te top of existing roads, but they are not tagged in any way to say what you intend them to be. Did you mean to save this? Would you like some help to tidy this up?

We would like you to add or improve stuff in the a...
12016-12-31 11:52:32 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This addition looks a little odd, looking at bing imagery it does not look like a car park, or accessible.
What were you intending, the name trailhead also looks odd. That is an American concept.
22016-12-31 19:15:46 UTCSparky59 .

This is a new hill walk that a local farmer has created to allow the public to use 4 purpose made trails (each between 1.5 and 5.5 km long, from the car park, along the side of the river and then up into the hills before returning to the car park.

The car park is a small stone area with room...
32016-12-31 21:17:46 UTCtrigpoint Thank you for that information, it just looked a bit odd with no road link.
Its not possible with maps.me, but would it be possible to login to osm on a pc and add the access road, bridge and car park and maybe the paths too?
Ask if you need any help.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-30 19:17:59 UTCSomeoneElse Is the pub really separate to the "Inn at Ardgour"? Does it have a different name?
22016-12-31 17:29:52 UTCtrigpoint They were one and the same place when I was there a few years ago
12016-12-31 16:30:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, thank you for your addition however you should connect the steps/paths to the road in some way otherwise you are just creating an unusable island.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-31 14:49:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, what does fgmn mean?
12016-12-31 13:58:29 UTCRobJN Not bogus trigpoint! Please check before reverting. This is a grassed "park" area with paths through it.
22016-12-31 14:03:01 UTCRobJN Needs a proper survey but I've done a basic revert of your revert as the user was right to add a park here: changeset 44807049
32016-12-31 14:25:14 UTCtrigpoint Sorry Rob, it does need a survey but not sure I would consider a small grassy area in the middle of a housing estate to be a park.
12016-12-31 11:22:18 UTCtrigpoint Hello, thank you for your additions. In the UK we use footway, rather than path, for mapping PROW. I have changed these to footway and added designation=public_footpath. Not sure why we need path at all to be honest, it just confuses new mappers.
The southern path you added is actually a track, aga...
12016-12-30 17:11:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I have spotted your edits and they appear a little strange to me.
What are you trying to achieve? Maybe we can help?
Cheers Phil
12016-12-30 13:17:44 UTCWynndale Did you mean to enter the postcode as NW10 7F?
22016-12-30 14:37:17 UTCORaha Well there are two postcodes assigned to this building, 7FR and 7FS
32016-12-30 15:56:58 UTCtrigpoint I assume they are for different businesses?

If so then it would be better to add a node for each and remove the postcode from the building.
42016-12-30 22:43:59 UTCORaha No it's a residential building. One block and different flats have different postcodes
12016-12-29 19:27:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM, thank you for your edit however are you sure it is a park, imagery suggests a school to me.
22016-12-29 21:03:46 UTCxWolfeBlitz Hiya yea its a park, there is a nursery there aswell but mainly its a public park
32016-12-29 21:51:06 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, keep on adding to OSM.
Coalisland looks rather empty, there must be load of stuff to add. Schools, pubs, shops and stuff
12016-12-29 19:19:37 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database, it should not be used for personal markers
12016-12-29 18:55:12 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I am not sure why you changed the relation type from the British Museum, but the type multipolygon was correct, there is no such relation as building.
I am fixing this mistake, but please read http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Types_of_relation
Cheers Phil
12016-12-29 18:04:38 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Shiprow 15 is a very odd name for a hotel, however 15 Shiprow is the address of the Ibis which is already mapped. I have removed your duplication as it is in the wrong place
12016-12-28 13:33:01 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone a little wrong here.
Chessington South station is now tagged both as an active station and a disused one. Which is correct?
22016-12-28 16:20:04 UTCshitworth Ah, that probably explains my confusion at not being able to spot it earlier. It's definitely an active station: http://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/service/ldbboard/dep/CSS
32016-12-28 17:05:15 UTCtrigpoint It was changed a few weeks ago, will comment on that and tidy up here. He has also changed the platforms to disused.
42016-12-28 17:28:32 UTCtrigpoint Hopefully all fixed now
12016-12-28 17:12:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone rather wrong with this change. You changed Chessington South to disused, which has obviously confused local mappers as it is very much still in use. I have fixed this but in future please can you add meaningful comments to your changes so that other mappers can work out what y...
12016-12-28 15:12:02 UTCtrigpoint Hi, the name tag is for actual names. Gated road is a description, if there are gates then map them but please to not use name for stuff like this.
12016-12-27 18:12:37 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM

When I see your first edit deleting stuff with comment of deleting excessive detail, this is worrying. OSM wants MORE detail not less. Why have you deleted stuff like this?
22016-12-27 18:19:21 UTCchillly Looking at this more closely I have reverted this edit. There is no way all this should be deleted.
32016-12-27 18:47:04 UTCBCNorwich Just wanted to add support to the decision to revert this changeset. It's very easy to make mistakes when you first jump into OSM mapping, I'm sure freefromsociety can make positive contributions. Just takes little research as to best practices first.
42016-12-28 09:27:31 UTCSomeoneElse Whilst it might make sense to restore some of this detail, I'm a bit sceptical about others - I doubt that
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/385445828 is any sort of "pedestrian area", for example.
52016-12-28 14:04:24 UTCtrigpoint Also, whilst not part of this changeset. The A16 is incorrectly mapped as a dual carriageway. This could use a tidy up.
12016-12-27 20:59:33 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The paths you added in Central Park were a duplication of the existing cycleways. I have removed the duplication.
12016-12-27 18:13:30 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This edit has gone a little wrong, the Drayton Court Hotel is already mapped, I have removed your duplication.
12016-12-26 14:57:51 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The paths you have added seem to be pure fiction. There are no marks on the ground and they cross pitches.
Please remember that in OSM we only add what exists in the real world.
12016-12-24 11:16:05 UTCtrigpoint Does http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/461460787 really exist, it looks like it goes through someones garden?
22016-12-25 16:59:12 UTCAfrocomb Yes. the three tracks can be seen on this source http://www.rowmaps.com/showmap.php?place=Almondbury&map=OS&lat=53.6354&lon=1.74837&lonew=W

They can also normally be found on the local council website rights of way map (http://maps.kirklees.gov.uk/publicrightsofway/map.aspx?postcode=HD5%8PE) but ...
32016-12-26 10:36:07 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, just couln't see it on aerial imagery
12016-12-26 10:05:33 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. The footpath you have added is a duplication of the existing cycleway, I have removed the duplication.
12016-12-25 16:12:18 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12016-12-25 16:08:48 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database, please do not add personal markers.
I am reverting this addition
12016-12-25 13:43:03 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please remember that OSM is a map in which we map what exists in the real world. Please do not retag objects for your own purposes, this is considered vandalism.
I have reverted your changes as neither are parks.
12016-12-24 17:01:39 UTCtrigpoint Is there really a pear tree in the middle of the road?
22016-12-24 17:05:05 UTCHarrymapping So sorry, it's left a bit, there's a residents pear tree at the end of the road.
32016-12-24 17:31:34 UTCtrigpoint You may want to create new node and tag it as natural=tree, tree=pear.
Just creating a point with a name does nothing.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-24 17:02:03 UTCtrigpoint Please can you explain this?
22016-12-24 17:03:26 UTCHarrymapping There's a small plaque on the wall for Bobby.
32016-12-24 17:30:04 UTCtrigpoint This is normally mapped as historic=memorial then memorial=plaque. You may want to add some more detail, they usually say a bit more than Bobby.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-24 11:09:09 UTCtrigpoint Reverted fiction
12016-12-23 21:39:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please remember that OSM is a live database, and we only map what exists in the real world.
Aerial imagery suggests that this path does not exist, can you convince me otherwise?
22016-12-24 08:15:25 UTCBCNorwich Yes Welcome to OpenStreetMap. The park doesn't look right either. I can find no reference to a park or public space here. It is likely to be part of Woolmer's park, a large farm.
32016-12-24 11:07:35 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12016-12-23 17:27:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
I think this change has gone a little wrong, you have changed New Walk from a pedestrian street to a footway which seems a little odd to me as it has been mapped that way since it was first mapped 9 years ago. Just wondering why you consider it to be wrong?
You have also create...
22016-12-24 10:48:51 UTCtrigpoint I have restored New Walk and Highcross to highway=pedestrian
12016-12-24 09:42:58 UTCtrigpoint HI, welcome to OSM. We only map what exists on thbe ground, and we do not mis-tag what does exist. Changing a road to a footpath means map users will not be able to route over it. I consider your change vandalism and have reverted it.
12016-12-23 09:02:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
What is the source of this addition? I am not aware of any such path. The name also looks a bit odd.
Cheers Phil
22016-12-23 09:39:29 UTCZanigan Hey Phil

Yeah, made corrections to the playground in town. For some reason the name 'Minsterley Play Ground (with in-built GYM)' kept to other corrections made for some reason. Would I have to delete and re-create again to change the title?
There is also a public footpath that goes directly thro...
32016-12-23 14:54:42 UTCtrigpoint There is no need to recreate the playgound, the odd title is only on the changset, although you may want to disconnect it from the road.
The name on this path is is probably not verifiable and the path obviously exists so is fine.
It would be good to map the legal lines, if a farmer illegally obst...
12016-12-22 00:33:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, what is the source of these edits, this entire estate looks very unlikely to really exist.
22016-12-23 14:48:51 UTCtrigpoint I drove passed here today, your edits are entirely fiction. I intend to revert them.
12016-12-22 00:32:02 UTCtrigpoint Is tourism really the correct tag for https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/460389218 ?
Aerial imagery suggest it is residental, rather than somewhere to go on holiday?
12016-12-21 23:07:04 UTCGinaroZ Hi, noticed you added a number of duplicate POIs in this changeset. I've removed some of them, please make sure you check buildings/nodes already present before adding duplicates next time :)
22016-12-22 00:26:11 UTCtrigpoint A miners welfare is normally tagged as amenity=social_club, it is unlikely to be a traditional pub.
12016-12-21 10:34:21 UTCtrigpoint Hi, whilst I can see that Dalefiemapld Drive has been extended on mapbox imagery, I don't see a turning circle. It looks like a cul-de-sac, you certainly cannot turn around without using reverse.
22016-12-26 10:52:37 UTCnikhilprabhakar Hi Trigpoint,

Excuse me for the late reply, I have removed the turn circle as per your feedback. Please have a look and lemme know if everything else is correct in this area. And thanks a lot for pointing this out.

Regards,
Nikhil
12016-10-20 11:09:17 UTCMike Baggaley HI, can you please take a look at the changes you have made to highways you have named Melton Road B666. Certainly the name should be Melton Road, rather than Melton Road B666. Are you sure the B666 still exists? If so, please put B666 in the ref field and also update the bridges and links to rounda...
22016-10-22 10:32:54 UTCtrigpoint I also don't believe that this is secondary road, you have changed it from a tertiary.
It would be unlikely that a B road alternative to a bypass would be provided, it just isn't the way LCC do things.
Have you any evidence that this is not a tertiary road?
I also have serious doubts about the B...
32016-12-21 00:08:36 UTCtrigpoint Fixed in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44553986
12016-12-20 20:02:05 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something went a little wrong with this changset. Whilst you created a building in Japan, you also dragged a crossing node in London. I have fixed the node drag and hopefully did not affect the building.
12016-12-20 19:39:11 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I think that something has gone a bit wrong here. We normally change the tagging on a closed pub to disused:amenity=pub. For some reason you have changed the name of the bus stop.
12016-12-20 19:36:56 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I don't think the postbox is actually named Post Box. The name tag should not normally be filled in for object such a postboxes.
12016-12-20 17:07:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. What is actually here, is it a building or simply a signpost.
I imagine that you have made a typo and it is spelt Centre rather than the American way?
Cheers Phil
22016-12-20 18:09:36 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing that it's a duplicate of https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/410268974 , actually.
32016-12-22 21:38:05 UTCvbth Hi, the place might be right but the name was only Cymraeg for village Hall. Also it was not visioble on the (offline) map. therefore i set an named it. Just give it a "i"-button an name it "Myddfai Community Hall & Visitor Centre". thanks.

http://www.myddfai.org/
42016-12-27 10:55:17 UTCSomeoneElse @vbth I wouldn't worry too much about what any particular map does or doesn't show, since they all show different things. I've tried to merge everything together and added a building in https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/462068160 .
52016-12-28 09:17:45 UTCvbth thank you.
12015-07-04 17:31:45 UTCDaveF Hi Snake Skin

There's an expression in OSM: 'Don't tag incorrectly to suit the renderer'.

For accuracyIf a KG is a KG then it should be tagged as such. If you wish an item to be visible in a specific render you should contact the person creating the tiles.

Cheers
Dave F.
22015-07-07 17:06:52 UTCSnake Sting Why don't kissing gates or stiles show up on OSM? What I mean is when you zoom right it will tell you if you hover the mouse over the node but not as a symbol on the map like gates. It would be very usefull for anybody on a bike knowing if there is a ton of stiles or kissing gates to leave bike an...
32015-08-13 10:03:16 UTCDaveF Sorry for the delayed reply.
OSM is a database. Lot's of different rendering are mad from this one source. It allows map creators to add relevent data & ignore what the don't want.

What's now described as the 'standard' map ie the mapnik rendering unfortunately doesn't render all barriers. It wo...
42015-08-17 13:40:56 UTCDaveF Err... try https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues
52015-08-17 16:47:15 UTCSomeoneElse Looks like geocaching.com (if that's what you're talking about) offer lots of different background styles, but don't host any themselves, so you'd just have to lobby for one of those to support it; not necessarily openstreetmap-carto.
62016-12-17 21:02:40 UTCSomeoneElse Just for info, I've just added a separate "kissing_gate" icon to https://github.com/SomeoneElseOSM/openstreetmap-carto-AJT (that's a style that other people can use if they want to). See https://github.com/SomeoneElseOSM/SomeoneElse-style/blob/master/style.lua#L877 for which gate types are shown as...
72016-12-20 16:53:37 UTCtrigpoint Not really a comment on the mapping, or the rendering, but if a PROW has stiles or kissing gates then it is a public footpath. You should not be taking a bike on such paths.
82016-12-20 17:06:25 UTCDaveF There's nothing to prevent someone pushing a bike; although a few walkers have disagreed with me.
12016-11-13 16:42:02 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this looks a very odd place for a shop to be located. Is it a bakery factory?
22016-12-17 13:35:30 UTCSomeoneElse See https://www.openstreetmap.org/note/819653
32016-12-20 16:44:12 UTCtrigpoint Reverted after user did not respond to changeset comments
12016-12-13 19:10:09 UTCtrigpoint Bourns Office is a very odd name for a mobile phone shop, are you really sure about this?
22016-12-20 16:38:13 UTCtrigpoint Reverted after maps.me user didn't respond
12016-01-23 17:25:53 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I think something went a little wrong here.
You added cycleway=lane to https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/124354558
In my recollection, and looking at bing imagery, this is a two lane road with no cycling infrastructure. Did you visit the location?
22016-12-20 14:09:38 UTCtrigpoint Also http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/24271318 is a 3-4m wide road. It does not have lanes, its not wide enough. It also has no sidewalk, yet you have tagged it as having a sidewalk on both sides. This can lead to misleading routing information being provided to map users.
It is important that we m...
12016-12-20 11:18:35 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSN.
Please remember that OSM is a live database and should not be used for test data that does not exist in the real world.
12016-12-19 12:58:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I have reverted this change.
The admin_level=10 boundary already exists and you removed the place node which is important for navigation.
22016-12-19 20:48:41 UTCshirokazan The difficulty of the existing boundary is that it means that roads such as Curlew Croft are not recorded as Leighton Buzzard but Billington, which doesn't make any sense.
12016-12-17 10:58:07 UTCtrigpoint Please do not add spam to name tags or change the name of bus stops away from their official name. I am removing these tags.
22016-12-17 19:00:40 UTCSomeoneElse Actually, I'd suggest adding a "real_ale" tag, like here https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/354421040 .
You won't be able to do this from MAPS.ME, but you will from the web-based editors at openstreetmap.org.
12016-12-17 10:52:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is there really a church here. The area is mapped as a school and imagery suggests that the mapping was correct.
22016-12-22 16:49:23 UTCTrebor51 If you look at Google Streetview you will see the church is to the right of the school. Look art this link: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.5399819,-0.4513927,3a,75y,100.04h,86.19t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sksT2GeGoJbq0ZCS22eFjEA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
BTW I used to worship at that church and my children w...
12016-12-16 16:12:24 UTCSomeoneElse Are you sure that these are "gift" shops? If they're really record shops please don't map them as something else.
You can see what shop tags are in use looking at http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/shop#values . "shop=music" seems to be the most popular tag for record shops.
You won't be able...
22016-12-16 17:29:05 UTCtrigpoint Also please check that what you are adding is in the correct place. For example Piccadilly Records is already mapped some distance from your addition.
Your additions of one type of object is spead over a very large area, what is your source of information/location.
12016-12-16 16:58:12 UTCtrigpoint Please can you make meaningful comments, this is OSM not twitter and London rather than Tanzania.
22016-12-16 17:01:18 UTCmrlourobinson Apologies, I didnt realise it had added that comment. Seems to have kept the comment from a previous change for Missing Maps. I'll be careful it doesn't happen again.
12016-12-16 16:36:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, oneway is unnecessary when junction=roundabout is used. I have removed these tags.
12016-12-16 14:53:48 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Little Venice is already mapped a short distance from there. I have removed this node as it could mislead other map users.
12016-12-15 13:08:52 UTCBCNorwich Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap.
It is impossible to work out what you wanted to achieve with this addition to the live OSM database as there are no descriptive tags. What I can deduce is that as far as I am aware this line is not verifiable as existing in reality, (unless you can enlighten me)....
22016-12-15 15:05:26 UTCBrianWharf Feel free, what I was trying to achieve doesn't seem possible here. Also, you may wish to get somebody to read back your text as some of it seems rather condescending.
32016-12-15 16:23:49 UTCtrigpoint What were you trying to achieve? Maybe someone can help. OSN is based around tags, so any untagged object will do nothing in OSM.
12016-12-14 19:23:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, did you discuss the removal of the building tags from HMS Belfast anywhere, such as with the GB community?
It is long accepted practice that permanently moored ships are tagged as buildings.
HMS Belfast is a significant national tourist attraction. I have replaced the tag you have removed.
22016-12-14 20:54:12 UTC4b696d I did not discuss anything. All I did was following the rules I found in the wiki which clearly state otherwise, but it is not my object to cause any trouble. In case you have complaints about my other edits please let me know. Don't worry about the ship, I will not touch it again.
12016-12-13 19:28:50 UTCtrigpoint Hyde Park is already mapped, reverted
12016-12-13 19:28:10 UTCtrigpoint I doubt there is a clothes shop in the car park, reverted
12016-12-11 19:49:22 UTCGinaroZ from their website/social media it seems like the name should be lowercase?
22016-12-11 19:58:55 UTCtrigpoint Oh, sorry. Just saw it and had to correct it. Maps.me users not bothering with case because they are using a phone has made me much more parricular about grammar in OSM names.
12016-12-11 17:29:57 UTCtrigpoint Please do not use OSM for personal markers, I am deleting this
12016-12-11 17:16:34 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Green Motion car hire is already mapped at Birmingham International, I am removing your duplication.
12016-12-11 17:11:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, when I visited Albert Dock, there were no signs in Russian
12016-12-11 17:08:39 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I am removing the unofficial viewing point. It is not something that belongs in a public database
12016-12-11 12:12:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is Quorn Village Hall really a Town Hall (as in seat of local government). I have been there a few times and would consider it a community centre.
Cheers Phil
22016-12-11 19:03:31 UTCJoeNerini1 Hi Phil,

The OpenStreetMap Wiki states that Town Halls "may just serve as a community meeting place" so I feel this classification is appropriate.

Thanks,
Joe
32016-12-15 16:59:00 UTCSK53 No this is not an appropriate classification. Use either amenity=village_hall or amenity=community_centre which are the accepted values for such places in the UK, and have been so for at least 6-7 years.
12016-12-10 18:46:38 UTCtrigpoint Hi, Attack Snooker Club seems a very odd name for a pub. Are you sure it isn't a social club?
22016-12-20 22:20:02 UTCSomeoneElse It's also a duplicate (same mapper) of https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4548245699 .
12016-12-09 13:18:46 UTCtrigpoint Hi, have you some more details about this ATM? Such as operator, associated object? An ATM without an associated bank, shop is very unusual.
Cheers Phil
22016-12-10 15:01:48 UTCJohnnyCab It's just in the wall of the Cheeky Coffee shop. See https://goo.gl/maps/6bD7TYq9jLM2
12016-12-08 20:00:00 UTCtrigpoint Please could you use meaningful comments that state what you have done, Wales is a big place.
Thanks Phil
12016-12-08 19:20:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please could you capitalise names properly.
Thanks
12016-12-08 12:59:22 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
The access tags you have added here seem a little odd. I would expect motor vehicle to be private, only the farmer can use it to access their field. Permissive means there is general permission to access it, but not a right and can be withdrawn.
It is a public footpath, so bike...
12016-12-07 00:02:06 UTCtrigpoint Should be fixed
12016-12-06 18:55:16 UTCtrigpoint Is this really a public car park? Have you surveyed it. Looking at imagery it looks like it is private parking space for the surounding houses.
12016-12-06 18:52:44 UTCtrigpoint Is http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/42740901 really 2 lanes, I remember it being quite a narrow single track road and thats certainly how it looks on bing imagery. Did you survey it?
12016-12-05 18:21:19 UTCtrigpoint Please stop adding personal marker to OpenStreetMap, there are no Alpine Huts in London.
22016-12-06 18:24:31 UTCtrigpoint Reverting no response again
12016-12-05 12:59:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit, however we tag disused things as disused:shop, disused:amenity etc. That tells the render not to render them. Changing the name implies there is an object called Empty, which is no the case.
Happy mapping, Phil
12016-12-05 12:50:06 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit, however you do need to tag the objects you add. As a minimum they will need building=yes, area=yes isn't needed very often.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-04 23:54:43 UTCtrigpoint Hi, do you have any more detail for this hotel, such as a phone number. Also please could you capitalise names properly, all lowercase means others will have to clean up.
12016-12-04 23:12:47 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your edit, however Tesco Express is already mapped, https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/223063426.
Tesco Express is normally mapped as shop=convienience, supermarket is used for larger shops.
I have removed the duplicate.
12016-12-04 17:41:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, these artworks look a bit odd. Please can you explain?
22016-12-04 18:59:30 UTCmapping man There are 7 (i could only find 6) artworks located along the cycle path as you enter Winslow.

Some more info here
http://www.rogerperkins.com/sel_work1/winslow.htm
32016-12-04 19:32:49 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, looks interesting.
Hope you find number 7.
Cheers Phil
12016-12-04 10:14:16 UTCtrigpoint Hi, thank you for your edit however when reversing ways it is good to also look at the other tags on the way you are reversing. This is particulary important when the way forms a boundary. We now have Wales on the left of this stream and England on the right. That is not right.
Cheers Phil
22016-12-04 14:12:31 UTCtrigpoint In this case the tags are obsolete as they are defined as relations but when reversing way please to look at the tags to ensure they still make sense.
Cheers Phil
32016-12-05 15:47:50 UTCBman @trigpoint - oops. Sorry. Thank you for cleaning that up after me.
12016-12-04 11:20:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. In OSM we map objects which exist in the real world, we do not make things up and we do not add fantasy names to objects.
Your edits make me suspicious that you are not mapping what really exists.
12016-12-04 11:18:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. In OSM we map objects which exist in the real world, we do not make things up and we do not add fantasy names to objects.
Your edits make me suspicious that you are not mapping what really exists.
12016-12-03 18:39:50 UTCtrigpoint Are you sure about the spelling?
22016-12-05 18:00:54 UTCafrihagen eh, yes: http://www.whitemustache.co.uk/
12016-12-03 17:21:11 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please could you make your changeset comments a bit more meaningful, Added Additional Information say absolutely nothing.
Also please don't join landuse polygons to the centreline of the road. It makes the map harder to maintain. and landuse stops at the edge of the road.
Thanks Phil
12016-12-01 18:32:47 UTCtrigpoint Again, can I get my car repaired at an ambulance station? It seems unlikely.
12016-12-01 18:24:32 UTCtrigpoint Hi, does the surgery have a actual name? Doctors Surgery is a description rather than a name.
And can I really take my car to an Ambulance Station to be repaired?
12016-12-01 12:44:09 UTCtrigpoint HI, this change seem to have been copied from http://www.flintshire.gov.uk/en/pdffiles/tourism/flintshire-leisure-tour.pdf, did you obtain written permission to use this data as stated in the copyright notice within the document?
Also the maps within it are 'Crown Copyright' meaning we absolutely c...
22016-12-01 13:16:29 UTCSiHollett I drove it, saw the signs (hence 'marked'), and then provided the document to explain what the route is.
32016-12-01 18:13:11 UTCtrigpoint If you have driven it, and seen the signs, then that is the ultimate in good data.
Routes are mapped as relations that combine the ways, there are many examples in OSM, such as the National Cycle Network. Tagging signs will not mean anything, especially a node with just a reference, chances are the...
12016-11-29 19:52:45 UTCRobJN Hi. Welcome to OpenStreetMap. Just to make you aware, we have guidelines for the road status in the UK. Basically if the road sign is green then it is a "trunk" road (not a primary).

As such please don't be surprised if someone reverts these edits.

For more info:
https://wiki.openstreetmap.or...
22016-11-29 23:36:42 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
32016-11-30 19:06:34 UTCA12B The road signs in the north south direction are in fact white. Only East West direction are green and hence I have left as "Trunk". I have checked against other sources e.g Bing Maps and the classification I have used is also reflected there.
42016-11-30 19:42:55 UTCtrigpoint Please do not copy other maps, they are copyright and we do not have permission to use them. Besides bing and google have their own way of classifying roads, the OSM method for the UK is defined in the wiki.
I am 100% sure that the Leicester ring road, and A50 are still trunk as I was there less th...
52016-12-01 00:58:54 UTCRobJN Hi both,

Thanks for responding. @trigpoint: I don't think this was a case of copying, just bringing in comparisons to prove that it isn't quite so simple cut.

Also in my rush to send a message, I actually wrote it on the wrong changeset. On this changeset Narborough Road is fine. By convention...
12016-11-30 18:50:27 UTCtrigpoint Hi, what is the source of these reference numbers, and do you have permisson to use them?
Also I assume they are not verifiable on the ground so should be in admin_ref rather than ref. A satnav telling a driver to turn left into UX2 will be both confusing and annoying.
Cheers Phil
22016-11-30 19:36:49 UTCSiHollett 1) source - https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/media/28177/List-of-classified-roads/pdf/JW-LIST_OF_CLASSIFIED_ROADS.pdf

2) there's zero copyright on the document (and it's illegal for it's data to not be accessible to the public), though I should have sourced it

3) there's masses of unsigned roads ...
32016-11-30 19:49:44 UTCSomeoneElse Ahem. I'd suggest that your paragraph (2) could probably benefit from a bit of wider discussion - I'd suggest that talk-gb list https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-gb for that - it's where youll probably find the widest audience of GB mappers.
Re (3) it's definitely worth following custo...
42016-12-01 07:39:20 UTCRichard Just because a document doesn't have a copyright notice on it doesn't mean it's uncopyrighted, I'm afraid. Quite the opposite- copyright subsists unless expressly disclaimed.

Second, a document being "accessible" has no bearing on its copyright status.

Third, as SomeoneElse explains, the con...
52016-12-01 09:03:35 UTCSiHollett "ref= means the same thing the world over: let's not add a needless exception for one country."
Which is to include references that aren't signed with ref= tags. Unless Hungary, Estonia, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Albania and all the other countries that include every road number, sign...
62016-12-01 09:55:23 UTCSomeoneElse @SiHollett Your comments above seem to suggest that you believe that you and you alone have the correct answer - everyone else who disagrees with you must be wrong or somehow unenlightened. If only life was so simple - n the real world there are different views that need to be taken on board and di...
72016-12-01 13:12:11 UTCSiHollett "Your comments above seem to suggest that you believe that you and you alone have the correct answer"
Not at all - that's you guys demanding that only you have the right version of true and that I conform to it. If you actually held to the idea that there's different versions of "true", you'd have ...
82016-12-01 13:19:54 UTCSomeoneElse > you refuse to handle it personally,
No - go back and read it again.
92016-12-01 13:53:30 UTCSiHollett "Finally, speaking as someone who creates maps for my own satnav based on OSM data, how am I supposed to make it know which refs are signed and which not?"

This reads like 'I, personally, don't deal with it as I'm clueless and must get other people to do that for me, relying on them to tag stuff ...
102016-12-01 14:24:53 UTCSomeoneElse Seriously - when you've got three people suggesting that you might want to reconsider what you're doing, just how unable-to-consider-alternate-points-of-view do you have to be to think "I'm right; evereyone else is wrong".
If you'd actually read the links I provided above you'd understand how I've ...
112016-12-01 14:58:29 UTCSiHollett "Seriously - when you've got three people suggesting that you might want to reconsider what you're doing, just how unable-to-consider-alternate-points-of-view do you have to be to think "I'm right; evereyone else is wrong"."

So, hang on, so beyond having not one, not two, but *three* people berat...
122016-12-02 14:54:33 UTCMike Baggaley Looking at Lees Road (way 23111785 and adjoining), the U prefix reference suggests this is a tertiary road, but the highway tag has secondary in it, so either the ref tag or the highway tag is incorrect. Can you please either put a B road ref or change highway to tertiary?

Thanks,
Mike
132016-12-02 15:20:50 UTCSomeoneElse @Mike Baggaley - I think you mean https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/4275498 (I keep doing that too!)
142016-12-02 15:59:16 UTCSiHollett Mike, any reason why you couldn't do it? surely it would have taken less time for you to do it than to ask me to?

also, why am I responsible, when someone else erroneously made it secondary, rather than tertiary?

Anyway, I've changed it, though I have no idea why I'm being so nice. I even chan...
152016-12-02 16:32:06 UTCMike Baggaley Thanks for that, Si. I am not local to the area so don't know anything about the road, other than that it failed my check of secondary roads with a ref beginning with something other than a B, so I had no way of knowing which tag was incorrect. As the last change to the road was to set its ref, it s...
162016-12-02 16:37:59 UTCSiHollett OK, thanks Mike, that makes sense
12016-11-29 23:57:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I think the words Roman Road mean it was a Roman Road, its not the name.
12016-11-29 23:36:54 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:36:27 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:35:52 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:35:27 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:35:14 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:34:52 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:34:39 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 20:02:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
It's great to see people adding stuff around where they live, but please do be careful and only make updates that actually exist on the ground - I'm not convinced about the large swathe of grass at
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/456649469#map=17/52.60762/-1....
22016-11-29 23:34:23 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
32016-11-30 19:01:06 UTCA12B I can confirm this area of land is grass and can even be seen from the satellite imaginary.
42016-11-30 19:08:31 UTCSomeoneElse Er - not really. If you look at http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/koF you can see a dog-leg of grass which covers part of the university's sports ground (which presumably is grass, but there's already a football pitch tagged there) amd also Manor Road itself (which presumably is asphalt rather than grass?
12016-11-29 23:33:50 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:33:29 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:33:17 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-29 23:32:55 UTCtrigpoint Reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44047606
12016-11-17 17:15:41 UTCtrigpoint This seems an unlikely name for a garage in Greenford, does it have an actual name?
22016-11-29 17:47:33 UTCtrigpoint No response, bing imagery doesn't match so reverted
12016-11-29 17:47:01 UTCtrigpoint Reverted, does not match imagery
12016-11-17 17:20:19 UTCtrigpoint I cannot see a chimney on bing, and you have placed it in the road?
What are you trying to achieve?
22016-11-29 17:45:51 UTCtrigpoint No response so I have reverted, there is already a garage mapped where the tyre shop was added
12016-11-26 15:46:18 UTCtrigpoint Do we have permission to copy from the parks department information board?
22016-11-28 12:07:21 UTCLE6Ram Hi. These paths are being put in as part of a project funded by the City Council. I probably didn't make clear on my reasons that I walked all paths using a GPS unit and paper and pencil survey maps provided by the council and then checked against notice board. I did tell the on site ranger what ...
32016-11-28 20:27:42 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, walking them with a GPS is the best survey you can have. There is no need to justify what you have seen, unlike wikipedia we prefer original work.
12016-11-26 15:45:28 UTCtrigpoint I have fixed https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1179247495 which you had dragged.
Cheers Phil
22016-11-28 12:11:30 UTCLE6Ram Thanks Phil. No idea what happened there.
Are you Phil from the Get Walking project?
32016-11-28 20:25:43 UTCtrigpoint Not me I'm afraid.
12016-11-28 18:49:37 UTCtrigpoint The user did not respond, but I was able to see the path on bing imagery and have added it
12016-11-27 19:08:21 UTCtrigpoint Please do not add personal markers to OSM. I have reverted this
12016-11-27 17:58:46 UTCtrigpoint Again this is already mapped, please do not add duplicates
12016-11-27 17:57:19 UTCtrigpoint The US Embasy is already mapped, there is no point adding duplications.
12016-11-27 17:50:14 UTCtrigpoint Is there really a bar called Fullers in the middle of the road? Unlikely as Fullers is a brewery and they do proper pubs, not bars.
12016-11-26 15:49:24 UTCtrigpoint Are there really shops in the middle of the pitches at Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane?
22016-11-27 17:24:40 UTCtrigpoint Rubbish has been deleted
12016-11-27 12:55:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This is a very odd place for a Jewellers, what were you trying to achieve?
22016-11-27 17:21:38 UTCtrigpoint Rubbish deleted
12016-11-26 16:35:05 UTCtrigpoint Is there really a toliet here, there is nothing visible on mapilary and it just seems unlikely.
22016-11-27 00:47:17 UTCvwJim Hi, yes its one of those small "pay toilets" that self clean etc. Ony slightly larger than a phone box.
32016-11-27 09:53:34 UTCtrigpoint Thank you
12016-11-26 19:41:32 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
It is helpful to other mappers if you keep changes to managable areas. Changes over an area this large are very difficult to follow.
Thanks Phil
12016-11-26 16:32:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is there really a toilet here?
It looks like a house on aerial imagery.
12016-11-26 16:09:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this should probably be tagged as a gallery rather than an artwork.
Cheers Phil
22016-11-26 16:32:09 UTCBCNorwich Agree, changed.
12016-11-26 16:05:34 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this would be better tagged as shop=farm, but maps.me probably doesn't offer that :)

Cheers Phil
22016-11-26 16:41:22 UTCmapping man No maps.me doesnt give that option. I always try to find the closest equilavent with an aim to correcting later when im back on a desktop.

Thanks
12016-11-26 15:59:45 UTCtrigpoint Please do not change the names of football stadiums to include the club name, that is not the name of the ground.
I am reverting this vandalism.
12016-11-25 13:55:15 UTCtrigpoint Is your office really in the middle of a car park?
22016-11-26 11:10:47 UTCmapping man They have also deleted the road in the carpark. http://nrenner.github.io/achavi/?changeset=43942322

This users edits need to be reverted.
32016-11-26 11:23:52 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this
42016-11-26 11:25:26 UTCmapping man @trigpoint thanks. I suspect that its a spam account. Out of interest how do you revert a changeset?
52016-11-26 12:38:03 UTCSomeoneElse The address given in their edit checks out with their website - might be worth someone phoning the number on the website to ask if they added it themselves (and then explaining how to do it not in a car park) or if they paid someone else to do it, and if so who.
There have been a large number of "s...
12016-11-25 14:08:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, changing Tesco Express from amenity=fuel to a shelter looks very odd to me. Is there a good reason for that?
Cheers Phil
22016-11-25 14:32:09 UTCBCNorwich Sorry, I wanted to add the feature/area as a shelter but failed to realise I was removing the fuel tag from amenity.
Looking at it again shelter doesn't seem right anyway. Now found building=canopy, perfect.
Regards
12016-11-25 13:48:02 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone very wrong here. The A442, and Kidderminster are nowhere Llangollen. I am reverting this change.
22016-11-25 14:49:53 UTCJohn Grubb Well spotted! Heaven only knows what happened there - probably had that section selected and then, after a distraction of some sort, went and held down CTRL to pick other edits having panned the map to another area of interest. Oops...
12016-11-24 12:41:04 UTCtrigpoint Is this verifiable, i.e. if I walk down the street will I see a sign on the building and can customers visit to book an appointment?
22016-11-24 12:47:20 UTCptmaintenance We don't have a sign for our office. We book our customers via phone and email.
32016-11-24 13:08:03 UTCtrigpoint In that case there is nothing to map, OSM is not a business directory.
12016-11-23 18:32:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. There is no need to fill the name tag with what is a description.
We can see it is a postbox from its amenity tag.
Cheers Phil
22016-11-25 07:41:29 UTCBCNorwich Corrected operator name spelling and collection time syntax.
12016-11-21 18:26:52 UTCtrigpoint Do you have any information on this artwork?
22016-11-21 22:30:25 UTCCale_xox Yes, it is called 'Cornucopia'
32016-11-22 12:46:47 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, you should probably add that name to the object.

12016-11-21 18:52:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your additions, but they don't really look like they should be mapped as highway=pedestrian. That is for pedestrianised streets in town centres.
I would suggest that these should be mapped as highway=footway.
There is also no need to add oneway=no, that is assu...
12016-11-21 12:52:54 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is this really a hotel? The name suggests self catering holiday cottages.
12016-11-18 20:09:51 UTCtrigpoint To be more accurate, it is a University not a school. It is also already mapped as an area.
I am reverting this addition.
12016-11-17 18:43:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, we normally tag Tesco Express as shop=convenience, supermarket is reserved for the larger ones that are subject to Sunday opening restrictions.
12016-11-17 17:13:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, Berkley Mansions is already mapped as way, you have created a duplicate node in the middle of the road. I am removing this duplicate.
I also doubt it is an attraction.
22016-11-18 00:25:10 UTCDr-Mx I've removed the node and added the postcode to the apartment building
12016-11-14 19:06:53 UTCtrigpoint Does the post office have an actual name?
22016-11-17 10:01:15 UTCPeterwhs I don't think so. It's just a Post Office. Maybe it's called a Royal Mail Post Office? Does it matter?
32016-11-17 12:47:15 UTCtrigpoint Post Offices always have a name, it will either be Raphael Street Post Office or maybe Knightsbridge Post Office. There is no point just putting Post Office in the name, we can see that from the symbol. It does matter, when a card is left saying there is something to collect it will need to say whic...
12016-11-15 19:07:50 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I assume the numbers you are adding are housenumbers.
These should not be put in the name, they should be put in the addr:housnumber tag.
Cheers Phil
22016-11-15 19:51:19 UTCJC49 These are not quite house numbers as the buildings are massive concrete bunkers. They don't have addresses as such.
32016-11-15 19:58:51 UTCtrigpoint Sorry, having zoomed out a bit further I can see where they are. No not housenumbers.
12016-11-15 19:49:33 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
You should probably remove the name old toilet block is more a description than a name. Its your bike workshop that should show up first.
It is not recommended to combine Welsh/English in the name tag. In an area such as Machynlleth I tend to put Welsh in the name tag and put ...
12016-11-14 19:08:49 UTCtrigpoint P A Pike Joinery is a very odd name for a post office, what were you trying to achieve?
12016-11-14 07:02:07 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this vandalism
12016-11-13 22:54:21 UTCtrigpoint We do not map airbnb's in OSM, they are not verifiable.
12016-11-13 16:40:14 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your addition but please remember that maps.me is very limited in what it allows. It only allows nodes to be added to the map, and has a very small subset of tags and encourages misuse of tags (I assume that his is not a Post Office).
To add paths you will need to...
12016-11-12 14:00:15 UTCmueschel Hi,
way 389961326 has the tag 'adpoted =no' that doesn't make sense to me. Could you check that?

Cheers, Jan
22016-11-12 14:56:29 UTCtrigpoint That looks like a typo, it should be adopted=no.
32016-11-13 14:22:08 UTCPaul Berry My mistake; thanks for correcting it, @mueschel.
12016-11-12 13:33:19 UTCtrigpoint Does this ATM have an operator, it is also unusual not to be associated with either a bank or a shop.
12016-11-12 13:30:40 UTCtrigpoint I doubt the name is really McDonald's Restaurant with Drive Thru. We simply use the name McDonald's. If it has a drive through, then we map that as a way. You need to use a proper PC based editor to do that. McDonalds is normally considered fast_food rather than a restaurant.
Cheers Phil
12016-11-12 13:22:46 UTCtrigpoint Again, this is not how you spell Barclays and I seriously doubt any of these ATMs are genuine. Please could you explain what you are trying to achieve.
12016-11-11 15:42:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi, your edits in London look a bit odd. I somehow doubt that there is an ATM in The Palace of Westminster and that the London community could have missed 10 ATMs.
I suspect that these are personal markers.
Please learn to spell Barclays.
12016-11-11 13:49:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Does this clothes shop have a name and I imagine it is one of the buildings and not in the middle of the road?
12016-11-10 19:12:40 UTCtrigpoint This looks very odd, are you sure there is a post office here. It is mapped as a farm and that what it looks like on bing imagery?
12016-11-06 18:37:21 UTCBCNorwich Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap.
Features added to the OSM database must be factual and verifiable on the ground by any one. So this POI looks like it is a fiction.
It is in fact a Post Box address and as such should be removed.
22016-11-08 18:57:56 UTCtrigpoint Should we not just remove the spam, and tag it as a postbox. The shop could probably use a post office node too?
32016-11-08 20:52:30 UTCBCNorwich Agreed that makes sense. My information came from a web search so I'm not free to transfer that positional data. If you're happy please make the change.
12016-11-04 23:02:57 UTCtrigpoint Tagging a driving test centre as a police staion seems very odd, it should be tagged as office=government.
You will need to use a proper editor to make this change, please ask if you need help.
22016-11-08 18:53:34 UTCtrigpoint Maps.me user did not respond, fixed tagging
12016-11-07 17:56:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Does this department store have a name?
12016-11-06 17:39:53 UTCtrigpoint If http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4485696947 is a postbox, then it should be tagged amenity=postbox, there will be a ref on the plate. It will not have a postcode as it is not somewhere post is delivered to.
22016-11-06 17:49:12 UTCJim Thurston This is the postal address for The Maylands Mayl - The PostBox is where the mail is placed so that it doesn't get mixed up with the mail for the supermarket.
32016-11-06 18:27:47 UTCtrigpoint So is thete an office inside the supermarket building?
42016-11-06 18:47:20 UTCBCNorwich Hi, this is a Post Office Box presumably inside the post office not outside the building. From their website (http://www.themaylandsmayl.com/) there is no office at the building.
12016-11-06 17:35:34 UTCtrigpoint H welcome to OSM
What actually is http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4485696947/history ?
Please remember OSM is a map not a business directory, please cut out the SPAM comments. By all means map the shops, but leave your self promotion to yourself.


12016-11-06 15:39:00 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database and is not your private map.

Despite my attempts to contact you, you continue to add personal markers to the map.

The imagery indicates there are no hostels in the areas you are adding them, and the names you give them do not ring true.

We do n...
22016-11-07 14:36:10 UTCMiya Zhang Dear Sir,
Sorry for making trouble to OSM, and please forgive my pool English.
I am totally new one on OSM, and I can not find any instruction in APP, so I think OSM is same as google map......
Yes I received you reminding, and I revised the signature, I thought it will take me to the right way, ...
12016-11-05 11:03:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your addition however the Travelodge is already mapped as a building.
I am going to remove the duplicate.
12016-11-05 00:28:05 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I pass https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/326960247 every day and cannot recall any signs legally prohibiting HGVs. What is the source of this, remember access tags are meant to indicate the legallity, if you wish to tag suitability then lanes=1 or width = 2m are the way to go.
22016-11-05 08:38:25 UTCMike Baggaley Hi, I split this way from way 39207901 and did not define any of the tags whilst adding the Shropshire Way relation to parts of it. You may wish to look at the adjoining parts of Isombridge Lane and remove the hgv tag from those as well. I am not local so don't know the restrictions on it.

Cheers...
32016-11-05 09:38:30 UTCtrigpoint Sorry, should have dug a bit deeper. I can see the tag has been on the original way since forever. I will investigate.

Cheers Phil
12016-11-04 23:40:19 UTCtrigpoint This is a duplicate, the hotel was already mapped
12016-10-28 05:52:08 UTCBCNorwich Hello, I think you have positioned this property on the wrong side of the road (as far as the existing mapping of roads is concerned). It is not therefore verifiable on the ground as mapped.
Further it is very unlikely that the feature is officially name "Home". Also if it is your home is it reall...
22016-11-04 23:10:27 UTCtrigpoint Reverting #DROB
12016-11-04 22:55:20 UTCtrigpoint Please stop adding personal marker to OSM, I doubt that there is really a hostel here called Shaun
12016-11-01 18:44:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This seems a very odd place for a Police Station, have you more detail
22016-11-04 19:34:47 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this rubbish, although I would have loved to hear the mappers reason for placing a police station in an animal enclosure
12016-10-29 20:46:27 UTCtrigpoint Is there really a motel here, with its name only in Korean?
22016-11-04 19:31:44 UTCtrigpoint The area is clearly residential, and the mapper has not responded after a week.
I have removed this motel.
12016-11-03 18:38:05 UTCtrigpoint Again, is this really here?
22016-11-03 18:41:11 UTCtrigpoint It is too close to http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4120739487 to be likely
32016-11-04 14:11:02 UTCBCNorwich This node is not listed on the website :- https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling/santander-cycles
There is a bike rental place listed and mapped just over the water on Goods Way.
42016-11-04 16:54:30 UTCtrigpoint I had already pointed out that node, and we really should not be using gm based tfl.gov.uk
12016-11-03 18:36:22 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This edit looks a little odd, the name indicates that these should be bicycle_hire but I am not sure about these. There are others mapped nearby and it is unlikely that such things would be missing from the map. Do you have any more information?
22016-11-04 07:21:27 UTCBCNorwich I don't think 4478909590 exists, but there is a dock round the corner on Greenland Road.
The other two I've tagged similar to other cycle hire stations. If Lui_E98 would like to look at these and use this type of tagging it would concur with how other stations are mapped.
32016-11-04 11:54:44 UTCtrigpoint I am not convinced any exist, discussion on irc suggested that they are personal markers of some sort. Cycle hire is not something our London mappers generally miss.
I was planning to revert, just seeing if I can get a response from the maps.me user.
42016-11-04 14:09:11 UTCBCNorwich Nodes 4478899792 and 4478899791 are listed at the mapped position on the website :-
https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling/santander-cycles
Node 4478899790 is not listed, there is a bike rental just around the corner.
52016-11-04 18:51:33 UTCSomeoneElse For info, see "message to you as one that has to be read before you can continue mapping" at https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1076 .
12016-10-30 19:59:14 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is costa.coffee really.cuisine=italian? Normally they are coffee shops, i.e. cuisine=coffee.
12016-10-29 10:01:51 UTCtrigpoint Reverting spam that is in the wrong place, its not in the middle of the road
12016-10-28 17:02:12 UTCtrigpoint This is a very odd name for a bus stop, please can you explain?
12016-10-28 16:57:28 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your addition but I doubt this entire building is number 14.
In order to add such detail you need to split the building into sections. Maps,me isn't up to such a task, you will need to use an OSM editor on you PC.
12016-10-26 18:07:02 UTCtrigpoint This is a very odd set of tags, please can you explain?
12016-10-26 18:06:47 UTCtrigpoint This is a very odd set of tags, please can you explain?
12016-10-26 17:55:49 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database and it is considered vandalism to rename existing objects as personal markers.
I am reverting this change.
12016-10-26 17:53:25 UTCtrigpoint Does the Vet have an actual name, is B&M a Homestore or Bargains?
Please capitaise name correctly
12016-10-26 17:51:40 UTCtrigpoint Already mapped, yopu have changed a gate. I am reverting this change
12016-10-26 17:50:55 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database, it is considered vandalism to rename existing objects to personal markers. I am reverting this change
12016-10-25 18:24:06 UTCtrigpoint I doubt that your office is really in the middle of the road, is it signed and verifiable?
12016-10-24 16:42:53 UTCtrigpoint Are these really Guest Houses, notes indicate that they are self-catering. I would expect someone to cook me breakfast in a guest house.
If they are self catering, are they verifiable? Have they got a sign that a passer by will see?
22016-10-24 17:28:20 UTCRBChest This is a self catering holiday cottage for two people. Maps.me don't have a category for s/c cottage, this was the best I could do. There is no sign outside as bookings are made online or via letting agents. I did put the website (www.valleycottagemilford.co.uk) in the details but they don't appea...
32016-10-24 17:31:53 UTCtrigpoint I am sorry, if something is not verifiable on the ground, then it has no place in OpenStreetMap.
We are not a business directory.
12016-10-24 16:38:19 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM, this edit is a little wrong. Please do not mistag a driving school as a school. If there is an office that the public can visit, then map it as office=company. If this is just a house, then it has no place in OSM
22016-10-24 16:55:05 UTCRJSKG Hi there. Thanks for the correction. This is my home, but I also have an office there where I teach & meet some of my pupils. The office is used as a classroom for 1-2-1 tuition. I hope this helps. Thank you.
32016-10-24 17:01:26 UTCtrigpoint Thanks, I have moved the tags to the building and removed the extra nodes.
It is now tagged as amenity=driving_school
42016-10-24 17:08:46 UTCRJSKG Thank you!
12016-10-24 16:47:03 UTCtrigpoint Please only add a website if the place has its own. Links to booking sites should not be added, I have removed this link.
12016-10-24 16:45:19 UTCtrigpoint https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4460064889 looks very odd, it is named as a Rugby Club, but tagged as a post office. What is it?
12016-10-24 16:32:13 UTCtrigpoint I really doubt that this bus stop has been re-named as 102 Epsom High Street, I am reverting this change
12016-10-23 15:04:56 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you should add the tag access=customers to this, it is not public.
Also this isn't Portmeirion.
Cheers Phil
22016-10-24 20:24:25 UTCalpman Updated now. Thanks for letting me know I had miised it off.
12016-10-23 14:21:49 UTCtrigpoint This is The Ivy Market Grill, as it was already mapped. Is there any reason that you have changed it?
12016-10-23 14:08:31 UTCtrigpoint Hi, have you any more detail for https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4458000289
It looks a very odd location for a place that sells cars.
12016-10-22 12:28:10 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM, I do not recall a hotel inside the cathedral last time I was in Edinburgh.
Please remember that OSM is a public database and should not be used for personal markers
12016-10-22 12:07:10 UTCtrigpoint This is an odd place for a viewpoint
12016-10-11 14:30:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Are you sure that https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4439805289 is really a tourist attraction?
Best regards,
Andy
22016-10-22 12:05:33 UTCtrigpoint I would imagine that the mosques you have mapped have actual names and are not simply called Mosque, you should add a religion tag to indicate that they are Mosques. I doubt that https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4439805189 is in the middle of the road.
12016-10-17 15:56:46 UTCJarek Piórkowski Are these hostels open to the public, or are they places where your friends live that you've added for your own reference? The marks you've added are visible on the public page on openstreetmap.org, if it's just a friends' that might not be accurate.
22016-10-22 11:58:57 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this, sixt car hire and Long Walk are already mapped.
12016-10-22 11:57:27 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to osm.
A cricket pitch is not generally considered a tourist attraction, we tag these as leisure=pitch, sport=cricket. Would you be able to change this? You will need to use iD from osm.org on your computer. It would also be useful if you could map it as an area rather than a node. In ...
12016-10-22 11:49:11 UTCtrigpoint Please remember OSM is a public database, please do not add personal markers
12016-10-22 11:47:23 UTCtrigpoint Please remember OSM is a public database, please do not add personal markers
12016-10-22 11:45:25 UTCtrigpoint Clare's nan is not a likely name for a place of worship, I am reverting this and your other personal marker
12016-10-21 18:54:48 UTCtrigpoint Is your house really an off licence?
12016-10-15 13:36:12 UTCtrigpoint Are you absolutely certain about this?
Have you been there and checked? Did this Strava user send you a photo?

Firstly a missing unclassified road in the Midlands has alarm bells ringing, there is as much chance of finding Elvis selling fruit and veg on Leicester Market.
So did you check the av...
22016-10-16 15:11:08 UTCRichard Geograph photos:
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/408432
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1036267
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/408921
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/408923
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4019525
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/408927
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4...
32016-10-16 16:28:12 UTCtrigpoint I have changed this to a track
42016-10-16 21:07:12 UTCCloCkWeRX Thanks, that seems a more appropriate modelling
12016-10-11 14:34:56 UTCSomeoneElse Hallo,
The website isn't correct here, surely?
You've added a link for the website for the chain, not this example of it.
Best Regards,
Andy
22016-10-11 22:37:32 UTCgtjack9 Each resteraunt does not have a unique website so I used the general McDonald's website/menu.
Is that ok?
32016-10-16 11:21:51 UTCSK53 Generally no OSM is not a directory of business services, so when websites are provided it should be directly related to the object itself. One of the more useful purposes of website/url tags is to enable other mappers to quickly verify information. A generic McDonald's url adds no information that ...
42016-10-16 15:40:35 UTCtrigpoint A similar issue to this has also caused problems in the past, somebody in Japan helpfully added starbucks wikipedia page to every outlet in Japan, which caused a nominatim search made anywhere in the world to return those ahead of local ones that the user actually wanted. Not sure if a website has ...
12016-10-15 13:07:29 UTCtrigpoint Is there there really a sign in Telford with Centre spelt in the American way?
Actually from memory they are usually just signed as Arc Car Wash?
22016-10-15 16:31:45 UTCdogmatic69 No its not spelt the American way, its a typo...
12016-10-12 17:33:34 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM, thank you for your edit. I have tidied the node you had dragged on Lavender Hill and tidied the additional nodes to leave a single node for the CAB within the library.
12016-09-20 11:44:01 UTCtrigpoint Hi, does this guest house have a name/phone number? Also I doubt it is in the middle of the road, please can you put it in the right place?
Thanks
22016-10-11 15:11:46 UTCSomeoneElse @trigpoint What's the next step here - remove https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4409160291 or add a note?
32016-10-11 18:20:08 UTCtrigpoint I have removed it, the housing on bing imagery makes it look very unlikely that there would be a guest house in that area
12016-10-10 17:52:46 UTCtrigpoint The location of this cafe looks a bit odd, I would expect it to be in one of the buildings rather than on the pavement.
Cheers Phil
12016-10-10 16:59:04 UTCtrigpoint Please could you explain what you have done in this mass edit and where it was discussed.
It is a really nasty big edit that is too big to even analyse,
22016-10-10 17:15:09 UTCmaggot27 this add a space to maxspeed=40mph to make it maxspeed=40 mph
to comply with the standard format

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:maxspeed

This is the only change made to all nodes.
32016-10-10 17:23:49 UTCtrigpoint Whilst the space is something josm moans about, but what doesn't it moan about. In practice it really doesn't matter. OSM base tools, such as OSMand, has never cared if the space is there or not. Other tools certainly don't mind. Which tool has caused problems for you?
42016-10-10 19:55:54 UTCNakaner @trigpoint You might have a look at another discussion of maggot27's changesets. https://openstreetmap.org/changeset/42742859
12016-10-10 17:15:13 UTCtrigpoint What is in the place of Costcutter?
12016-10-10 16:31:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This is a very odd name and location for a viewpoint, please could you explain?
12016-10-09 17:40:33 UTCtrigpoint Tesco is not spelt with a k, I am reverting this.
12016-10-09 17:24:29 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM, thank you for spotting this ommision. The correct way to tag a roundabout is junction=roundabout, rather than oneway=yes.
Keep on mapping, its great fun.
Thanks Phil
12016-10-09 08:11:00 UTCtrigpoint A court seems a very odd place for an ATM, please could you explain it?
12016-10-08 12:49:50 UTCtrigpoint Please can you explain this addition?
12016-10-08 11:31:18 UTCtrigpoint This looks to be a very odd place for an ATM, are you sure its not some sort of personal marker?
Please remember that OSM is a public database and somebody getting off the train and needing some cash for the races will not be please with you.
12016-10-08 11:28:25 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. These hotels look very odd, they all appear to be personal markers. Please could you explain this edit?
12016-10-07 19:04:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi
This appears to be a large mechanical edit, was it discussed anywhere.
What is your justification for this change, the wiki says waterway=riverbank is the correct way to tag riverbanks on large rivers.
22016-10-07 21:09:29 UTCDaveF What evidence makes you think it was "mechanical"?
32016-10-07 21:18:03 UTCtrigpoint It covers a large area, which makes me suspicious, howevet what is the justification for this change that goes against the wiki and changes the work of local mappers?
42016-10-07 21:18:37 UTCDaveF Why haven't you read the wiki fully?
52016-10-07 21:21:07 UTCDaveF It's a "large area" because it's the "longest river in the United Kingdom". Why do I have to explain that to you? You should be intelligent enough to work it out for yourself.
62016-10-07 21:32:01 UTCDaveF Do you look at the time a changeset is active before making unfounded accusations?
72016-10-07 21:33:08 UTCDaveF Do automated mechanical edits involve deletions mixed in with tag edits?
82016-10-07 21:37:13 UTCDaveF It appears you are unaware of P2's 'task' facility. Why is that?
92016-10-07 21:40:42 UTCDaveF You need to perform a such of the Tagging archive for 'Canal Banks' before replying further.
102016-10-07 21:52:17 UTCDaveF perform a *search
112016-10-07 22:37:33 UTCDaveF Do mechanical edits involve splitting polygons & rejoin them so they correctly abut their neighbour?
122016-10-07 22:40:20 UTCDaveF Do mechanical edits involve splitting polygons to remove sections to create separate objects which are part of a different entity?
12016-10-07 18:47:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM and thank you for the information.
I have added a bollard, please could you check it is correct.
Thanks Phil
12016-10-04 11:50:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is this work complete?
I keep seeing notes from Navmii users which indicate that what we have on the map is no longer what is on the ground.
That said there are no gps or strava traces indicating it is yet open.
Thanks Phil
22016-10-04 20:58:15 UTCRichardB Hi. I've not been down the A21 for about a year or so, so haven't seen for myself recent progress. I do believe, however, that the official opening date for this section is Spring 2017 - but equally it's likely that some sections may have recently been realigned before the full opening.
12016-10-02 15:57:35 UTCtrigpoint Hi
Something has gone very wrong here, you seem to have put the box back to how it was before redevelopment. You have removed 3 new roundabouts and put Coach Central back to oneway.
Please could you explain the reasons for this edit?
Thanks Phil
22016-10-02 16:00:47 UTCtrigpoint BTW The box, as it is now, is on mapillary.
32016-10-02 17:24:56 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this change, mapbox imagery also shows the box as it now is.
12016-10-02 14:50:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, just wondering what the source of your edits is?
Some of them seem a little odd, for example I don't recall Oakengates Road being a single lane road. From memory it is cerainly wide enough for two cars to pass.
Also http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/445236877 seems unlikely to be highway=pedest...
22016-10-02 18:27:16 UTCdogmatic69 source: resident

changed the highway to footway, Changed the other one to a pvt alley. its for "residents" only, no reason for anyone to walk/ride a bike there.
12016-10-02 12:54:50 UTCtrigpoint I don't think the name of this museum is Belfast, reverting
12016-10-02 05:59:29 UTCBCNorwich Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap.
The positioning of this hotel POI, in the alley behind buildings, some way away fro the address of Romford Road, will not be much help in helping folk to find it. Better to actually draw the building and state the floor if the building has multiple businesses.
\...
22016-10-02 12:08:14 UTCtrigpoint The name translates as house, which is an unlikely name for a hotel so I suspect this yet another personal marker edit from a maps.me user. Reverting this.
12016-10-02 12:04:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please can you capitalize names correctly and not use lowercase.
Thanks
12016-09-30 14:42:49 UTCtrigpoint Ikea isn't here, its already mapped in its correct location. It certainly isn't open 24/7.
Reverting/.
12016-09-28 16:42:24 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM, thank you for your addition but does this restaurant have a name? It is also more likely to be inside a building?
Please could you login to OSM and use iD to correct it.
Thanks
12016-09-22 22:34:39 UTCtrigpoint This seems a very odd name for a bar, are you sure its not part of the hotel? Is it open to non-residents?
22016-09-28 11:48:09 UTCtrigpoint Mapper not responded so reverting
12016-09-26 08:44:30 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This seems a very odd place to find a bus station. Are you sure it is here?
12016-09-26 07:19:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Has this pub, actually I assume its the hotel bar, really changed its name to Bedford. It looks a little odd.
12016-09-23 17:53:27 UTCtrigpoint Holland & Barrett is not normally considered to be a convienience shop, is this one somehow different? They are usually health food shops.
22016-09-24 09:26:19 UTCsampierce_ That's what I wanted, but there was no option to put it in that category when I created it for some reason!
32016-09-24 09:30:04 UTCtrigpoint No problem, I can update it.
Thanks
42016-09-24 11:00:46 UTCtrigpoint Updated, thank you
52016-09-24 11:01:42 UTCsampierce_ Great, thanks
12016-09-22 22:30:50 UTCtrigpoint I am removing this toilet as it is a duplicate
22016-09-27 08:40:05 UTCmikemiee Apologies for duplicating this. Obviously did not see the original on the map I had on my phone.
12016-09-21 13:17:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to osm. Do you have a shop customers can visit here?
22016-09-21 18:18:11 UTCBCNorwich There's no shop, that address is the registered company office for an online wine seller.
12016-09-20 11:51:02 UTCtrigpoint HI, something has gone wrong here. The pub now has two names, not your fault as maps.me is very broken when it comes to name tags. Which name is correct?
22016-09-20 12:06:44 UTCJethro10 Ah I see what it's done. It's recently changed to The Spotted Pig, I've fixed it along with another one I did at the same time that's also wrong, The Tithe Barn a few miles away.
A shame that because Maps.me is an excellent map product I use loads and do add quite a few things with it as well. Howe...
32016-09-20 12:08:37 UTCJethro10 Are you aware if it's actually been reported as a bug to Maps.me?
42016-09-20 12:20:31 UTCtrigpoint There is a bug reported
https://github.com/mapsme/omim/issues/4149
52016-09-20 12:23:12 UTCJethro10 Ah, well debated!
Anyhow, my two are fixed and I'll try and remember to avoid it in future.
thanks
12016-09-20 11:52:30 UTCtrigpoint HI, something has gone wrong here. The shop now has two names, not your fault as maps.me is very broken when it comes to name tags. Which name is correct?
22016-09-21 10:58:26 UTCtrisosaurus Hi, yeah i think i'll stick to making changes on OSM; it is now called 'Best One Local'
12016-09-20 11:46:41 UTCtrigpoint Is this shop really call Last Shop Before Ferries?
12016-09-19 16:45:54 UTCtrigpoint Please do not map personal markers
12016-09-19 16:43:20 UTCtrigpoint Does this hotel have a name?
12016-09-19 16:15:23 UTClostmike This looks like an error to me. Did you mean to add a new tag with the name in your language?
22016-09-19 16:41:47 UTCtrigpoint Reverting
12016-09-18 10:18:41 UTCtrigpoint Do yo have any more details for this charging station, it looks to be in an unusual place and we do need the type so that electric car users can find one that is suitable for their vehicle
12016-09-18 10:17:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Does this hostel have a name? It is also very unlikely to be in the middle of the road.
12016-09-17 16:06:05 UTCtrigpoint Are you sure this is a guest house, in a guest house I would expect someone to cook me breakfast.
22016-09-17 16:11:01 UTCAlan Streluk I can see your point and indeed I didn't want to put it as a guest house. Sadly to put a listing on OpenStreetMap you have to use one of their categories and they don't have a "Holiday Cottage" or "Holiday Rental" option. This was the nearest they offer... Sorry!
32016-09-17 16:14:48 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, I can fix the tagging. Maps.me is really intended for mapping on the go and is very limited, You do need to use a proper computer to be able to edit OSM properly.
42016-09-17 16:18:46 UTCtrigpoint I have changed it to tourism=holiday_cottage
52016-09-17 16:19:04 UTCAlan Streluk Thanks for doing that! As for your comment about my "note" being spam, There was an "about" field in the Maps.me interface so I thought it was for a description. I had no intention of adding spam. I just wanted to add a listing!
62016-09-17 16:42:00 UTCtrigpoint No problem, maps.me isn't the greatest osm editor.
12016-09-17 16:25:47 UTCtrigpoint More maps.me vandalism. Please remember that OSM is a public database used by many people, you have changed the name of a tesco to a personal marker. Please use the bookmarks function for that.
12016-09-17 14:35:00 UTCtrigpoint Starbucks is normally tagged as a cafe, cuisine=coffee. Is this one different?
12016-09-17 10:23:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Horse=no is a very odd tag to find on a bridleway, after all that is the point of them.
Also please do not copy from the definitive map, it is based on OS and is therefore copyright.
12016-09-16 12:16:24 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your contribution, however the Premier Inn is already mapped on the surrounding way, I am going to remove your duplicate.
When editing please capitalise names properly. Thanks
22016-09-16 18:30:53 UTCBCNorwich POI deleted before I saw the above comment.
Note also that the tag name:en=??? is not needed.
32016-09-17 09:30:36 UTCtrigpoint Sorry, I meant to delete the node when I got home.
The name:en problem is a feature of maps.me, not something the user has any control of.
https://github.com/mapsme/omim/issues/4149
12016-09-17 09:23:54 UTCtrigpoint Hi Andy
You have added a node for Lloyds Bank inside a building tagged as a Lloyds TSB.
It would be better if you can remove your node and update the name on the building as it has full address information.
Thanks Phil
12016-09-16 14:13:22 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this, jot is not thew English name for Selfridges
12016-09-16 14:12:41 UTCtrigpoint Does this ATM have an operator that can be added? Also this is a residential street and hence is a very unusual place for an ATM.
12016-09-16 13:06:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this should be tagged as amenity=book_exchange. Tagging it as a bookshop is misleading to map users.
Please can you correct it and please capitalise words correctly. Thanks
22016-09-16 13:19:26 UTCJanetChapman Hi, I added this via Maps.me as a test and where that wasn't an option so I have now deleted it.
12016-09-16 12:39:10 UTCtrigpoint I have removed the name node you added, as the name was already on the beach area way
12016-09-16 12:11:50 UTCtrigpoint Is really a guest house that is open to the public? https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4404027490
12016-09-15 18:58:16 UTCtrigpoint Has this shop really become a restaurant? If so please could you fix the tags, it is still tagged as a shop.
12016-09-15 18:55:02 UTCtrigpoint Does this guest house have a name/phone number?
12016-09-15 13:10:25 UTCtrigpoint Polish name is unlikely to be X2, reverting
12016-09-15 12:49:06 UTCtrigpoint Reverting vandalism
12016-09-14 16:45:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This edit has gone a little wrong, the mddle of an airport is a very odd place to find an ATM. What were you trying to achieve?
12016-09-10 13:14:50 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I am just wondering what this is and what the source is?
It sounds very dodgy.
Descriptions do not belong in the name tag, I am hoping that it is something historic and is no longer operational Maybe historic=crow_trap?
22016-09-10 22:13:16 UTCandydj As you noted, I'm new here... I was asked by an "Against Corvid Traps" investigator to provide a bing map link with a flag showing the location of a crow trap I found and reported to them, and not wishing to sign up to bing, I decided to use OSM. Apologies if I've not followed protocol - if this typ...
32016-09-13 17:37:47 UTCtrigpoint Thank you for your explaination, they would probably be better tagged as man_made=crow_trap but keep on mapping them.
12016-09-13 12:39:15 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12016-09-13 12:34:27 UTCtrigpoint Grow up
12016-09-11 15:04:02 UTCtrigpoint Did you happen to get a name for this caravan site when you visited it?
It does look a very odd edit, it may be some sort of residential caravan site but looking at aerial imagery I really don't think its for tourists.
22016-09-11 20:18:55 UTCericthefish Yeah it was an odd edit sorry. I did mean to come back and add more info but I forgot. I stayed at this site recently. I'll add a name (Oaklands) and some more info.
12016-09-03 14:34:19 UTCBCNorwich Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap.
I have corrected the spelling of your POI and removed the unneeded tag name:en=???.
I've added the website and moved the position.
22016-09-03 17:44:09 UTCtrigpoint The name:en is an annoying "feature" of maps.me
12016-09-03 00:01:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
B & M is usually tagged as a variety store, it is not really a supermarket.
Cheers Phil
22016-09-03 08:19:53 UTCSomeoneElse Actually - what sort of B&M is this? There's "B & M Bargains" (which is a classic "variety store") and the slightly more upmarket "B & M Home Store". That gets various tags, including "homewares": http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/iaP (but probably not really a supermarket).
32016-09-03 09:57:09 UTCRoss Deacon Hi Phil, it's a B&Monday Home Store. Cheers Ross
42016-09-03 09:58:10 UTCRoss Deacon Should have said B&M Home Store.
12016-09-02 07:20:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I am a little confused by this edit, a terraced street is not the usual place to find a shelter. Please could you explain what you were trying to achieve?
12016-08-06 06:43:50 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Something seems to have gone a bit wrong with this edit, this appears to be a residential area and is hence a very odd place for a bus station. Please could you confirm what you were trying to achieve?
22016-09-01 11:43:08 UTCtrigpoint No response and its clearly a residential area so reverting
12016-08-31 11:15:08 UTCSomeoneElse If there's a starbucks here I'd map it separately. Also, is this perhaps a duplicate of the other amenity=fuel just to the west?
22016-08-31 18:51:20 UTCtrigpoint There is also a petrol station, mapped as a way, very close by which I expect is a duplication
12016-08-31 06:21:11 UTCBCNorwich Hi and welcome to OpenStreetMap.
For Pandora it would be better if you could place the POI on the building rather than in the street. The address would help as well.
Bubba Gump, are you sure this is a jewelry shop, looks like a restaurant, Please correct if it's wrong. Also address and precise pos...
22016-08-31 07:27:39 UTCtrigpoint Also, please could you capitalize names properly
12016-08-29 13:46:57 UTCtrigpoint Hi, Totters Hostel was already mapped, I have therefore removed your duplication.
Also what is http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4370785500 a view of, it seems to be surrounded by trees?
22016-08-29 17:11:38 UTCsingingcarols The Totters Hostel on the map is wrong which is why I placed the new one in the correct position. I couldn't remove the other one. So if you can then please do. The viewpoint is of the quarry, the lake and the city. That area there is actually a break in the trees or the path winds over the trees pr...
32016-08-30 12:13:45 UTCtrigpoint Totters Hostel was already in the the correct place in OSM, unfortunately maps.me replaces some hotels/hostels with incorrect locations Looking at maps.me I can see this is what has happened here and i can understand your confusion.
12016-08-29 11:15:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This edit seems to have gone a little wrong, you seem to have added two hotels but have got their locations in the wrong place. What source of information did you use.
The Foundry Masters House is in fact in Coalbrookdale, not Muxton, I have removed this node as a I do not have ...
12016-08-27 13:25:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to osm.
This seems an odd place for a bus station, can you give more details ?
12016-08-25 12:01:16 UTCtrigpoint I have removed http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4365154591 as it is already mapped as a car park.
It is certainly not an official caravan site and has no facilities.
12016-08-25 11:54:45 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This changeset looks a little odd, you have created a recycling point in a wood and a recyling centre, with an operator three which is also in a wood. You agree these are not normally where you find these objects.
I have reverted this change but please could you explain what yo...
12016-08-25 08:03:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM, I doubt your business is really in the middle of the road.
If you have an office where customers can call, please add it in its correct location. You may want to add further details, such as a phone number.
12016-08-22 19:31:30 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
You seem to have added 2 stations with no name. They are very close to Euston and Kings Cross so appear to be duplications.
What were you trying to achieve with this edit?.

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22016-08-24 16:59:35 UTCtrigpoint No answer and they are clearly duplicates/wrong so reverting/
12016-08-22 18:39:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3077317663 really a post office?
It seems a very odd name, and there is a post office over the road. Actually I visited Kings Cross Post Office on the way to SOTM-EU
22016-08-22 23:58:13 UTCyourealwaysbe It's a good question. Doddle is a service to which you can have packages delivered and then pick them up (eg on the way home from work). I'm not 100% happy it's a post office, but i'm not sure what else to tag it, and post_office had been used elsewhere to tag Doddles. If there's a more accurate tag...
32016-08-23 01:38:32 UTCyourealwaysbe The description of post_office on the wiki seems appropriate, though it doesn't match the intuitive meaning in the uk.

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:amenity%3Dpost_office

There is one in Birmingham tagged parcel_collection_point, but googling for this doesn't turn up anything for me.
42016-08-23 16:31:32 UTCtrigpoint The description in the wiki is a bit like describing a supermarket as a place that sells baked beans:)
THis does look like it is tagging for the renderer and really isn't the understood meaning of a post office which does banking, passports, car tax and loads of other things. Somebody searching for...
52016-08-23 17:39:47 UTCyourealwaysbe I expect the wiki takes a more international view: Fedex and UPS seem to be generally tagged as post_office also. I think Doddle sits happily with these two (packages can be sent and received and there is a customer service desk). It is also the typical tagging of Doddle in the UK (admittedly n~=1...
62016-08-24 11:26:00 UTCSK53 I think basically in the UK tagging them as post_office is not accurate. The minimum I would expect from a post office is to be able to buy stamps & send letters, packets & parcels through International Postal Union members.

I would suggest amenity=parcel_service
72016-08-24 11:27:07 UTCSK53 Or possibly amenity=post_depot (but parcel services do not handle post (yet!))
82016-08-25 02:49:56 UTCyourealwaysbe amenity=parcel_service sounds good to me :)
12016-08-21 19:35:58 UTCtrigpoint Is this really a resturaunt, or even a take away that customers can visit? The website makes it look like it is delivery only.
12016-08-21 19:23:24 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This seems a very odd place for a tourist attraction, can you give more detail?
12016-08-14 11:14:48 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
DOes this greengrocer have a name? Looking at the map, it seems to be in a very unlikely place for a shop.
Cheers Phil
22016-08-19 17:09:02 UTCtrigpoint No response from maps.me user and its already mapped as residential so I am reverting this very unlikely greengrocers
12016-07-30 10:30:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
You have added a shelter inside a shopping centre, that seems a very odd place to map a shelter. What were you trying to achieve/
22016-08-18 15:44:35 UTCtrigpoint No response from maps.me user so reverting unlikely edit
12016-08-17 16:31:31 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for you addition but what is here now? Looking at bing imagery I am guessing it should probably be tagged as leisure=park.
Cheers Phil
12016-08-14 11:30:14 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this edit seems to have created a duplicate campsite. Was that really your intention?
Cheers Phil
12016-08-10 18:54:06 UTCtrigpoint Is this shop really called Polish Delicatessen, it sounds more like a description than a name.
Please also capitalise the names, lower case looks wrong on a map.
Thanks Phil
12016-08-10 12:01:13 UTCtrigpoint Has Viva really become a Costa?
If it has it should no longer be tagged as a restaurant but as a cafe with cuisine=coffee.
Cheers Phil
22016-08-10 12:14:16 UTCEdLoach Also, has "The Filling Station" become "Beatles" - the FHRS data extract from yesterday suggests not?
32016-08-10 12:27:49 UTCDerick Rethans Phil, Maps.me doesn't allow you to change category ...
42016-08-10 15:10:35 UTCKenneth Gafa Sorry but I do not have an idea about "The Filling Station"
52016-08-10 15:23:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi Kenneth, was there a fast food place called Beatles when you were in Liverpool?
Have you some more details if so?
Cheers Phil
62016-08-10 15:29:13 UTCKenneth Gafa Trigpoint, I do not recall such a place but in Liverpool The Beatles are mentioned at every corner. When I was there I ate at Nando's and TGI.
72016-08-15 13:01:02 UTCSomeoneElse It's already been changed back, but I'm pretty sure The Filling Station was still called that when I walked past it a couple of months ago.
12016-08-08 14:01:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi Mike
Something seems to have gone a bit wrong.here, you seem to have removed the.ways from this through route relation.
What.were you trying to achieve or what did you see wrong here?
Cheers Phil
22016-08-08 16:57:01 UTCMike Baggaley Hi Phil, my understanding of the through_route relation is that it should have two ways and one common node to indicate the normal way ahead. This relation had more that two ways connected to it and was causing warnings to be generated in a process I use based on the OSM data. I was going to try to ...
32016-08-08 20:36:27 UTCtrigpoint Thank you for your reply Mike.
The number of ways had increased, caused by adding speed limits.
Had not realised the proposal had been rejected, although it is important and should be revived at some point. I am quite surprised by the lack of understanding in some of the comments, these junctions ...
12016-08-06 18:36:19 UTCtrigpoint Reverted rubbish added to name
12016-08-06 17:45:25 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. From your edit I assume Brantano has closed? Poundworld is normally tagged as a shop=variety.
Cheers Phil
22016-08-06 21:06:47 UTCmaroubal2 Thanks Phil. Yes, it's closed. Couldn't seem to change the category within MAPS.ME. Will trying using other editors.
12016-08-05 07:02:04 UTCBCNorwich Hi and Welcome to OpenStreetMap.

The website you posted for the restaurant is no valid so I have removed it.
22016-08-05 15:49:34 UTCtrigpoint The website which this changeset removed, does appear to be valid.
32016-08-05 15:49:50 UTCtrigpoint http://kirazu.co.uk/en/
42016-08-05 17:50:27 UTCBCNorwich But apparently the restaurant is now under new ownership and a new name.
12016-08-05 02:50:23 UTCCloCkWeRX Strava users report way 345760205 is just farmland now, imagery tends to concur. Can you resurvey and perhaps add notes to it to reflect whats on the ground?
22016-08-05 15:38:02 UTCtrigpoint Historic OS 1-25k mapping shows a PROW on this line, unless it has been legally extinguished it should not be removed.
There is a legal right to walk a PROW irrespective of condition.
12016-08-04 11:54:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi Dave
Thank you for your contribution to OSM, however we do not add personal routes to OSM. If you simply want to display your route on a map, http://umap.openstreetmap.fr may be what you are looking for.
OSM is a public database, hence we only add what is verifiable on the ground. Overlaying wa...
12016-08-02 20:38:50 UTCtrigpoint Hi, is cafe the right tag here? craft=btewery would seem more appropriate
22016-08-02 20:49:30 UTCVincent Vandalon True, I did this from Maps.Me which is not the greatest tool (it did not give me).

Thanks for noticing, there was a chance that I did not get back around to changing this after my trip if you hadn't reviewed it.
12016-08-01 17:16:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi Brian
Please could you split your changesets into smaller areas. Large areas such as this make it difficult for the community to see what has changed in their areas of interest.
Thanks Phil
12016-07-29 14:56:47 UTCBCNorwich Hi, this node is where the footway (Rupert Court) joins with the street (Rupert Street). There in no restaurant in the middle of the street so I will remove it.
If you know where the restaurant is sited please add the POI at that position.
22016-07-30 10:54:38 UTCtrigpoint Looking at the users other edits notes/edits this is a personal marker of where a tourist coach should stop.
I think this should be reverted.
32016-07-30 11:04:46 UTCMike Cahill Well spotted trigpoint....I am a 'tour coach driver' and the flag is for me and my fellow drivers to navigate to that point!
42016-07-30 11:27:07 UTCtrigpoint Is there anything verifiable in these locations, some sort of rule you need to follow?
Although it is clearly wrong to map this as a restaurant it could be a bus stop with some appropiate tags that ensure a normal map user wont walk there to try to catch a normal bus.
52016-08-01 11:48:14 UTCtrigpoint Hi Mike, please could you answer my question?
OSM is a collaborative project and we all need to work as a community. As these edits stand, they are misleading to other map users and need to be corrected, or removed.
If these are official places or marked in some way then they can be tagged accordi...
12016-07-31 20:06:19 UTCtrigpoint Hi
Just wondering what your source was for this change? Did you visit Chirk at some point?
Cheers Phil
12016-07-30 13:51:46 UTCtrigpoint Again, please could you explain this edit?
12016-07-30 13:22:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please could you explain this addition, a shelter inside a building is very improbable, wlan doubly so.
12016-07-30 11:00:23 UTCtrigpoint Is there really a bus stop here? It seems unlikely that it would have been missed by the London mappers.
12016-07-29 09:18:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your addition, however Madame Tussauds is already mapped.
See http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/29269886
You have created a duplicate node which should be removed.
22016-07-29 09:27:55 UTCDerick Rethans Reverted.
12016-07-28 14:02:58 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.

Please could you provide some more information, like what its the site of.

Thanks
12016-07-28 11:59:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone wrong here. You have placed a campsite node in the middle of a road in a built up area. It seems unlikely there is a campsite here. If one does exist, please add it as an area in the correct location.
I am reverting this change
12016-07-28 11:56:01 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone wrong here.
Hashguard cross caravan park is already mapped, hence you have created a duplicate.
I am reverting this change
12016-07-28 11:39:17 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database, please do not add personal markers.
I am reverting this change
12016-07-27 12:04:24 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you created a guest house here last week, is there any reason you have created a 2nd with the same name?
22016-07-27 18:49:28 UTCMartin Escardo It was probably a mistake because it was the first time I tried to do this in openstreetmap. Apologies and sorry for the inconvenience.
12016-07-26 18:44:52 UTCtrigpoint Hi welcome to OSM. Thank you for your change.
Please remember that osm is a community so please make your changeset comments meaningful and explain what you are changing.
#Accenture #ACCNLDN is completely meaningless.
12016-07-26 18:03:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your addition of a bus route.
Bus routes are not tagged as separate ways, however. We map bus routes as relations, if you go onto the transport layer you will see some examples.
Ask if you need any assistance.
Cheers Phil
12016-07-26 11:55:08 UTCtrigpoint Reverted maps.me personal annotation of an existing object
12016-07-26 06:33:20 UTCpoornibadrinath Hi Mario330,
I came across your edits and you have added a Casino POI in the middle of a residential area, where it is highly unlikely for a casino to be built or permitted a license. I was just curious whether you were trying to mark a gaming arcade or your house. Can you please let me know why ...
22016-07-26 11:54:24 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this, it is a very typical maps.me edit where personal annotations are added to the map. The user probably has no idea he was editing OSM.
As you have said this is a residential area and there is zero chance of a casino being allowed here.
12016-07-22 13:58:38 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Something has gone a little wrong with this change.

You have changed the name of Burnhervie to be a farmhouse. Please remember that OSM is a public database and edits made with maps.me update OSM.

I am reverting this part of the changeset
12016-07-21 16:45:13 UTCtrigpoint Hi, I think this edit has gone a little wrong. There is no building here so it doesn't really belong in OSM, we map what exists now.
Things like this may belong in openhistoricalmap.
Cheers Phil
12016-07-20 17:10:12 UTCtrigpoint OSM is a public database, please do not abuse it by adding personal markers.
I am reverting this
12016-07-20 17:06:29 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This edit is a little odd, alpine huts are really rare in Birmingham.
The name seems to translate as Macka's House which makes it look like a personal marker.
Please remember that OSM is a public database and should not be used in this way.
I am reverting this.
12016-07-15 15:17:52 UTCtrigpoint Hi welcome to OSM, thank you for your contribution but please could you explain what you are trying to do?
You have created a supermarket, with a very odd name that is outside already mapped buildings. Has tesco express changed hands?
22016-07-20 16:59:11 UTCtrigpoint No response and seems unlikely as its on the pavement with a nearby Tesco Express, reverting this
12016-07-18 10:20:48 UTCpnorman Wikipedia has the Chinese name for Tower Bridge as 倫敦塔橋, is that a better name to use?
22016-07-18 17:21:33 UTCtrigpoint I would also be very surprised if an Edinburgh pub had a chinese name.
The name you have added seems to be a description (Underground Bar), making it appear that it is a personal marker. Please remember that OSM is public database and when you edit you are changing everyones map and not merely addi...
12016-07-18 17:01:39 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This edit has gone a little wrong, the name of the village is Ashurst. The name does not include a postcode. Postcodes belong on premises to which mail is delivered.
I am going to revert this.
12016-07-17 15:16:43 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I am assuming that there isn't a postbox here but a bollard. Please could you confirm?

Thanks Phil
12016-07-13 09:04:57 UTCtrigpoint Welcome to OSM.
Something has gone a little wrong here, osm is a public database to which we add only things that exist in the real world and can be verified by others.
Personal markers should not be added, if for example you had lunch at a picnic table, you can add that.
12016-07-13 08:44:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your addition, however the Romanian Embassy is already mapped as a building, so now there are two embassies shown.
This duplicate should be removed.
12016-07-13 08:36:29 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Please remember that OSM is a public database and its objects should not be annotated for personal use.
12016-07-13 08:29:44 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Is the name of this guest house really 'cottage', it looks a little odd to me.
I also imagine it isn't in the middle of the road?
Cheers Phil
12016-07-12 12:00:56 UTCtrigpoint Hi Stan
Welcome to OSM, thank you for your additions around Leicester.
One small comment, I am guessing that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/430410552#map=19/52.61114/-1.15923 should connect to Harefield Avenue at its northern end? This is required to provide connectivity so that routers can dire...
12016-07-12 11:50:46 UTCtrigpoint Vandalism reverted
12016-07-12 10:37:41 UTCDerick Rethans Hey Kristian, We only map physical world stuff in OpenStreetMap. Please do not add Pokémon Go stuff to OpenStreetMap. Thanks.
22016-07-12 11:49:58 UTCtrigpoint Reverted
12016-07-11 08:39:44 UTCtrigpoint Does this guesthouse have a name?
12016-07-10 23:41:15 UTCrobert Guest house in the middle of a car park?
22016-07-11 08:38:18 UTCtrigpoint Same maps.me user has created another, a short distance away. This one can be removed, the other needs a proper name
12016-07-11 08:03:25 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Something seems to have gone a little wrong, S Cooper and son and multisol are very odd names for tourist attractions. Please can you confirm what you were intending ?
12016-07-10 08:53:50 UTCtrigpoint Again, why have yo changed these speed limits. In the UK they are signed in mph, and if they were to be converted to kph, I doubt they would produce a sign saying 161kph.
What is your source?
I feel this should be reverted
12016-07-10 08:49:53 UTCtrigpoint Please can you explain what railway:etcs means and how a local mapper can verify it on the ground?
22016-07-10 08:52:40 UTCSomeoneElse Also, what is the licence associated with the "Sectional Appendix" that you refer to here?
32016-07-10 09:12:15 UTCSadie B Railway:ETCS refers to the Safety system on this route ETCS Level 2. The Sectional Appendix (showing the boundrys and what safety system is published under open data on the Network Rail site.

To verify on the ground look for blue signs with arrows pointing at the track.
42016-07-10 09:22:12 UTCSomeoneElse Where's the licence associated with that data? At http://www.networkrail.co.uk/aspx/1344.aspx I just see "Unless otherwise stated, we are the owner or the licensee of all intellectual property rights (designs, logos, etc) in our site, and in the material published on it. Those works are protected b...
52016-07-10 09:27:59 UTCSadie B https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattbuck007/22486891205/in/photolist-Ag6cjM-zYzDu2-AeUuK3-zj4xa1-zYzBQa-zYzBA2-zYv98J-AdMRkA-Ah4EeT-zxhKUH-yfLMQJ-xRhxps-wBHske-wjC1ZL-wmPUsT-wd61MF-vfD4pj-ux9Ty3-uEvduL-uH3mAr-AdMWzU-zYtTj9-zj4zZu-Ah4Hh6-AeUwas-zYtQyu-AdMTnb-AdMTaC-zYvawA-zj4xEQ-zYv8ry-xBLYF4-vN6xKj-vK...
62016-07-10 09:37:31 UTCSomeoneElse The Railway Gazette article is from 2010 and only talks about north of Harlech, but presumably things have moved on since then.
Re licences, the Flickr photo is cc-by-sa so that isn't licence compatible, and is anyway only one sign of many, but presumably it's the licence for the sectional appendix...
12016-07-10 08:49:45 UTCtrigpoint Rail speed limits in the UK are signed in mph, please can you explain why you have changed these to kmh?
I feel this change.should be reverted.
22016-07-10 09:16:22 UTCSadie B I was under the impression OSM speeds were always entered in Km/h with the renderer then doing the conversion if required. Also chunks of this route were tagged in MPH and km/h so I did all km/h for consistency.
32016-07-10 09:28:57 UTCSomeoneElse All rail signage in the UK that I've seen (mostly English Midlands) has been signed in mph, whether it's the round signs for drivers or the trackside safety signage (I used that as the source of the maxspeed on http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/14838061/history in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changes...
12016-07-09 15:13:08 UTCtrigpoint A water well seems unlikely at http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4293005389

Is this a genuine edit?
12016-07-09 10:00:26 UTCtrigpoint Are these tracks really named Track 1, Track 2, Track 3. What evidence is there of these names being displayed in a verifiable place?
22016-07-09 21:56:17 UTClcmortensen I just added a node to the existing ways for the stop position - I didn't name the ways.
12016-07-09 09:57:08 UTCtrigpoint This change covers a very large area and makes it very difficult for local mappers to work out what has changed in their area.
Please keep them sensible and use separate changesets for each area.
What exactly were you changing, you do not appear to have touched any powerlines, but you have delete...
12016-07-09 09:19:01 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database and should not be used for personal markers. Removing a surveyed name from a door and changing it for personal use is considered vandalism. I am reverting this changeset
12016-07-07 22:35:33 UTCGinaroZ Are you sure that's the correct location? There's already another museum of childrood nearby...
22016-07-08 08:23:36 UTCtrigpoint The museum of childhhood is where previously mapped at #42. I visited it last year.
This maps.me edit is a duplicate, in the wrong place and should be removed.
12016-07-06 18:13:25 UTCtrigpoint I think something has gone wrong here, I am sure this hotel isn't in the middle of the road. Where should it be?
12016-07-06 15:39:48 UTCdavidearl These are part of the University of Cambridge, not the hospital. By removing these tags, you wreck the University of Cambridge's online map, so we propose to put them back in. If you don't like this, perhaps we can have a discussion about it, but in the meantime, we need our map back!
22016-07-06 16:53:19 UTCtrigpoint That sounds like you are tagging for the renderer.
32016-07-06 16:59:19 UTCdavidearl Not at all: tagging for the renderer is where you tag something to make it appear the way you want on some particular renderer. These really are parts of the University, and the rest (almost all) the hospital isn't; grouping them together is just wrong, it makes them indistinguishable. In any case c...
42016-07-11 09:40:21 UTCEoghanM The tag `operator=University of Cambridge` is the correct way to indicate that a node is part of another institution. `amenity=university` is a much more major thing to signify that there is (the centre of) a significant university here. E.g. The tags on node 1642015081 are saying 'There is a Univer...
52016-07-11 09:51:03 UTCEoghanM By 'online map' are you referring to the blue squares here?
http://map.cam.ac.uk/#52.175363,0.141020,17
The correct fix is to key them off `operator=University of Cambridge` instead of `amenity=university`
I appreciate that my changeset messed the map up for you so won't revert the incorrect amen...
62016-07-11 10:00:43 UTCdavidearl Not just those. This area is not a university campus, but some parts of it are University. Not is it a hospital completely. And some of it is private commercial. There is already a boundary for the campus, but it's a diverse place.

Operator is completely insufficient to represent the data here or...
72016-07-11 11:31:04 UTCEoghanM There are 1,249 nodes or ways within 20km of Cambridge that are tagged with amenity=university. 1,237 of these (i.e. almost all) have an operator=* tag on them.
Across the UK there are only 2,391 nodes or ways tagged with amenity=university.
It's great that Cambridge is so well mapped, but I thin...
82016-07-11 11:42:36 UTCEoghanM In my original changeset I incorrectly said "We should have one enclosing way to represent this hospital university campus."
This is because the presence of operator=university misled me into believing that this was a "University Hospital". (If ways were used instead of nodes I might not have made ...
92016-07-11 13:01:50 UTCSomeoneElse Link to previous discussion for completeness: https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2015-May/017455.html .
102016-07-11 14:08:13 UTCEoghanM I suggest bulk changing all `amenity=university` within 20km of Cambridge to `map.cam.ac.uk=university` or similar so that there is minimal update/disruption required to that 3rd party software. @davidearl is that acceptable? I can execute that part of it if you like.
We can then go about using `am...
112016-07-11 14:58:27 UTCdavidearl Now, that *would be* tagging for the renderer! I really don't think that is the answer. (Nor is "operator" on its own, that's not enough information).

Cambridge University is not a campus University. There are about 10 areas you might call campuses in the conventional sense, maybe, and also 30 or...
122016-07-11 16:03:20 UTCEoghanM It's clear that your usage of `amenity=university` is different from the rest of the UK, and I respect that you thought about the tagging scheme thoroughly in 2011. I'm proposing `map.cam.ac.uk=university` to show that the tag has a specific usage (in terms of meaning, not just rendering) outside of...
132016-07-11 16:12:05 UTCdavidearl This just seems like a hack, and it'll all end up going round the same circle again in future.

But also, it effectively means University of Cambridge as an entity effectively disappears off the map completely (except for the University's own map) because it would be represented as a non-standard ...
142016-07-11 16:21:12 UTCEoghanM A good rule of thumb about 'what is a university' i.e. what should be tagged with `amenity=university` would be to look at the list of campuses/sites/colleges at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Cambridge
So less than 1,000, but more than 1.
So for Douglas House, it should be tagged if ...
152016-07-11 16:23:55 UTCEoghanM > Whatever else, just locally changing some blobs in the hospital area inconsistently with the rest is surely the worst possible answer.

Yes! This is the problem! I was only examining a local area without knowledge of how the wider Cambridge area is currently tagged, and I made changes consisten...
162016-07-12 20:20:16 UTCSK53 EoghanM: I dont think the usage in Cambridge is drastically different from usage elsewhere. For Nottingham University there are 3 major amenity=university campuses, but also a number of discrete buildings or part of buildings (notably the Medical School & Postgraduate Medical Centre located within N...
172016-07-17 19:11:37 UTCEoghanM I'm not suggesting a relation to join geographically remote campuses; the `operator=University of Nottingham` tag already does this effectively.
12016-07-04 08:01:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Please remember that OSM is a public database and not a somewhere to add personal markers.
22016-07-06 11:59:25 UTCtrigpoint No response so reverting as it looks like a personal marker
12016-07-04 09:02:00 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Is your business really in the middle of the road?
Providing it is verifiable, i.e. visible signs, then please re-add it in its correct location.
Please stick to facts and leave the spammy advertising out of OSM, we are not a business directory.
12016-07-01 19:06:33 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. This change has gone a little wrong, Madame Tussaud is already mapped. I am going to remove this node.
22016-07-01 19:08:17 UTCrene78 I was quicker :)
12016-06-27 06:05:38 UTCtrigpoint HI
When were the tracks re-layed into platforms 1 & 2?
According to the wiki railway=disused means the track is still present meaning this change has gone a little wrong.
Please revert this change as it is now incorrect.
22016-06-29 21:25:30 UTCtrigpoint No response and I know thete ae no tracks so reverted
12016-06-29 18:07:23 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Wild camping locations are not verifiable and are no more than personal notes. Please remember osm is a public database and calling these campsites is very misleading to other users of the database
12016-06-29 17:37:53 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This edit seems a little odd, you have mapped am artwork but called it car and metal recyclers, which is correct?
12016-06-28 10:04:52 UTCtrigpoint Was adding a garden centre in the middle of the road intentional?
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4254497090
22016-06-28 12:30:43 UTCwille I just deleted it, It was an error. Thanks for the alert!
12016-06-28 09:15:17 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Please remember that this is a public database and should not be used for personal POIs.
Please keep adding genuine verifiable POI, but please use genuine tags and do not mistag.
I am removing this as it is not a hotel and does not belong in OSM
12016-06-28 08:54:39 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I am sure your business isn't in the middle of the road. Please remove and add in its correct position providing it is signed and therefore verifable.
Please drop the spam comments and description, OSM is a map not a business directory or a place to get free advertising.
22016-06-28 09:01:53 UTCtrigpoint Reverted, same address as garden service so clearly an attempt at gaining free advertising
12016-06-28 09:00:29 UTCtrigpoint Reverted as this is spam
12016-06-28 08:47:52 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Something has gone a little wrong here, I am sure this business isn't in the middle of the road, but is in one of the already drawn buildings. Please can you move it to its correct location or indicate where it is.
Thanks
12016-06-26 20:19:05 UTCtrigpoint I am fairly certain that this sandwich shop does not have a chinese name displayed.
I am reverting this
12016-06-24 19:00:50 UTCEoghanM The changeset says 'add district/suburb' but Bounds Green suburb seems to be the only thing removed. Was this accidental?
22016-06-26 11:38:45 UTCcrossmyloof yes, forgot to change my reason - it should have been 'delete non-existent district'
32016-06-26 12:09:40 UTCtrigpoint I had heard of Bounds, I had family there when I was young and according to wikipedia ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounds_Green ) it exists. What evidence do you have to suggest otherwise?
42016-06-26 12:59:19 UTCtrigpoint Sorry, I meant Bounds Green
52016-06-26 15:10:30 UTCSomeoneElse @crossmyloof what was your source that it doesn't exist?
62016-06-26 17:03:29 UTCcrossmyloof There is a road called Bounds Green Road but there is no evidence I can find that the area was ever called anything other than Wood Green or Bowes Park
72016-06-26 17:26:17 UTCtrigpoint @crossmyloof Have you actually visited the area and asked? I certainly had relatives who lived in Bounds Green.
82016-06-26 17:43:08 UTCcrossmyloof I don't believe that places/districts/suburbs etc., should be named based on anecdotal evidence.
92016-06-27 13:22:17 UTCEoghanM I'd say @trigpoint meant that the fact that he knows of relatives living there, is grounds for further investigation, rather than grounds for restoring the suburb!
Maybe it should be mapped as a locality or neighbourhood rather than suburb? I certainly have no local knowledge. At the moment the map...
102016-06-27 13:50:01 UTCSomeoneElse For info, there's also a "Bounds Green Infants School" just to the south...
112016-06-27 16:11:07 UTCEoghanM Ya, and the road 'Bounds Green Road', so with the current situation, both of these could be taken to 'belong to' the railway station; but I don't think that's the case, ergo we should have another 'Bounds Green' entity.
12016-06-23 08:27:15 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I am a little confused by your edit. Please could you explain what type of attraction Laura is?
Thanks
12016-06-22 12:00:52 UTCtrigpoint Please remember that OSM is a public database and you should not add personal features.
I am reverting this changeset
12016-06-12 16:56:21 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for your addition, however does this guest house have a name/phone number/website?
Somebody looking at the map will need a means of making a booking.
22016-06-21 11:59:10 UTCtrigpoint No response from mapper and aerial imagery makes this unbelievable as a location for a guest house, reverting
12016-06-21 11:55:32 UTCtrigpoint I have removed this as bing imagery suggests there is no campsite here
12016-06-20 14:17:14 UTCPierZen Where did you took your infos before mapping? This look like more like spamming. Please only add features that exist to OpenStreetMap.

I cannot comment for the club near Liverpool.

But I have knowledge of the area where you have added an ambassy on the border of the Richelieu River ie node 42...
22016-06-20 14:44:31 UTCPierZen Sorry, wrong position with my navigator.

But can you confirm that there is a Rachel ?? embassy or consulate in Manchester, UK. Wich country do you refer to?
32016-06-20 15:42:35 UTCSzabolcs Nyikó Sorry, not sure what's happening.
I only added the Kitesurfing school in Rhyl, North Wales.
No idea how the embassy got linked to my account.
42016-06-20 16:42:25 UTCtrigpoint The edit has gone a little wrong, the kite surfing school tag has been added to an existing monument that isn't right.
Does it have a building somewhere?
52016-06-21 11:45:08 UTCtrigpoint I am reverting this change, please add the kitesurfing school in its correct location.

Thanks
12016-06-20 17:07:29 UTCtrigpoint Sheffield Station is not a viewpoint, I am reverting this
12016-06-18 16:36:28 UTCtrigpoint Airbnb are not guest houses and are not verifiable, I have reverted this addition
12016-06-17 15:20:52 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Thank you for you addition however postcodes do not belong to the street but to the buildings (delivery points) along the road. It is common for odd and even numbers to have different postcodes.
We add postcodes as addr:postcode to either nodes, or preferably by tracing the buil...
12016-06-15 16:47:12 UTCtrigpoint Please could you explain what a KR error means?
22016-06-15 18:48:48 UTCharg These are keepright errors.

This particular error was http://keepright.ipax.at/report_map.php?schema=87&error=77810321 : the node tagged as dog_park was redundant because it duplicated the dog_park tag on the area -- and as the area relates to something specific (the perimeter fence) it is proba...
12016-06-14 18:14:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, have you visited and surveyed this shop?
You seem to have changed it from a convenience to supermarket, why?
This is a generally regarded as a convenience store by local mappers.
22016-06-15 05:37:51 UTCBoswachter Yes I've visited this shop. I agree that it's a point of discussion, whether it's a convenience store or a supermarket. Mostly I did it because I find it rather annoying that a shop of this scale is not found on OpenFietsMap as a supermarket.
Ouch, thats mapping for the renderer. It is a problem w...
32016-06-15 09:26:42 UTCSomeoneElse Additionally I'd suggest to the style maintainer of the Garmin map style that you are using that convenience stores are pretty useful things for cyclists!

You can, of course, create your own Garmin maps and include as many features as you like.
42016-06-15 12:06:13 UTCtrigpoint I am going to revert this change, it very definitely fits the convenience criteria as defined in http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Shops#UK.
Whilst the Tesco Express, Sainburys Local brands provide for easy distigushment Co-ops are less easy, Sunday opening hours do provide a helpful clue.
Whils...
12016-06-14 17:58:44 UTCtrigpoint I have removed the access=permissive tags as they should not be used on a public highway and are causing routing errors
12016-06-14 17:17:42 UTCtrigpoint Hi again, this seem to have gone even more wrong, you have now deleted the bridleway completely and it now needs to be restored.
Thanks
22016-06-14 17:54:46 UTCtrigpoint The way needed to be split and the sections changed to allow routing along the tarmac sections to the farms at each end.
The centre section is a mix of track and bridleway and is important to other map users.
I have fixed these in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/40022764 so routing will no...
12016-06-14 10:05:12 UTCtrigpoint Something has gone very wrong here, your changes have broken routing along The Fosse Way, we are now getting error reports A trunk road should never be access=permissive.
Please can you explain what you were trying to achieve and revert this change asap.
Thank Phil
12016-06-14 10:00:24 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please can you explain this change. It doesn't look like an unclassified road on bing imagery, more a track. I would not want to be directed this way in my car.
22016-06-14 17:09:36 UTCTashia-traveline Gloucester thanks for this - was putting a road in for a school bus service and must of got distracted - have now deleted this 'road' and added the correct access road
12016-06-13 14:54:24 UTCtrigpoint This seems an odd name for a guest house , any more details, phone/web address
12016-06-10 10:24:38 UTCchillly Is this a mech edit?

Association football in the UK is NOT soccer, it is football, and yes I'm sure you're going to quote the wiki at me, but it is NOT soccer in British English.
22016-06-10 21:59:24 UTCWarin61 No, fully manual. I have found some to be tennis/netball/basketball courts. One was both rugby and soccer. Where I could not identify what sport was/is played there I left a fixme. Each and every pitch has been looked at using my eyes using Bing imagery. I have missed some! What do you expect of a ...
32016-06-10 22:06:48 UTCWarin61 A dictionary def of football has 'chiefly';
soccer - British English
Austrailain Rules - Australia WA, SA,Vic and Tasmania
Rugby League - Australia Qld., NSW
Rugby League or Rugby Union - Australia Qld., NSW

I'd put money on Americans using the term 'football' for their own sport, not socce...
42016-06-11 00:39:00 UTCtrigpoint Although in the case of Rugby we should probably differentiate between Rugby Union and and and .........
52016-06-11 10:44:49 UTCSomeoneElse For the record, "soccer" is _not_ the regular British English term for the sport you're trying to tag here, "football" is.

There are however cases where OSM has adopted an americanism (e.g. sidewalk) in order to avoid confusion; that may make sense here (but some prior discussion and a heads-up...
62016-06-11 14:44:01 UTCSomeoneElse On further investigation (going through all the tag changes in here), I've reverted this for the reasons described above and in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/39953300 . Far more tag changes made things "more wrong" rather than just "differently wrong" or correct" A large number of items d...
12016-06-10 16:49:47 UTCtrigpoint Are you sure this is correct, aerial imagery suggests these are residential streets and is therefore an unlikely place for a bar.
12016-06-09 16:54:12 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you have created a duplicate node for Whitwell, it has existed for a very long time, https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/24987162/history
I am going to remove this duplicate, along with the name from the landuse.
12016-06-09 16:47:47 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This change has gone a little wrong, there is already a node for Whitwell on OSM so it displays perfectly well on OSM . We do not tag residential landuse with the name and certainly not add the county to the name.
I have never seen maps on facebook, so don't know what you were ...
22016-06-10 08:28:22 UTCSomeoneElse Is the "twinned with Paris" sign still there?

http://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2004/aug/11/guardianletters
12016-06-08 07:29:54 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. Do you have any more details for this campsite as it seems to be in a very odd place?
12016-06-06 20:06:11 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your edit, just one small thing we tag closed pubs as disused:amenity=pub rather than just changing the name. This prevents them rendering and stops routing software from directing you to one.
If you need any help just ask.
Cheers Phil
12016-06-05 19:21:55 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you seem to have created an isolated way which is going to show up as a problem on QA tools.
What was the source of this service road and should it not be connected to something?
12016-06-03 07:21:44 UTCtrigpoint Hi, are you sure this is genuine?
Would a company really expect its employees to stay in a hostel?
Looked like a personal marker to me, maps.me does seem to generate them quite frequently.
22016-06-03 10:20:20 UTCBCNorwich Hi, I could not see anything to suggest a fiction. The building name and street exist, it's actually a small block of flats, the research center is not to far away. So give the benefit of any doubt?
32016-06-03 11:23:16 UTCSomeoneElse There's been at least one example (in France) of people "spoofing" armchair mappers into adding inaccurate POIs based on notes. https://www.openstreetmap.org/note/581423 might be entirely genuine, but a genuine local mapper would be able to (a) check that it was, (b) check whether "hostel" really w...
12016-06-01 10:30:13 UTCDaveF Hi Alan
Could you clarify what you've amended in this Changeset please?
22016-06-01 16:11:17 UTCAlan Trick Hmm, It looks like I made a mistake. I thought a hedge was supposed to be a closed polygon. I was trying to work on an error identified by http://osmlab.github.io/to-fix/ but either I got the wrong error or "to-fix" is wrong. I'll revert the edit.
32016-06-01 16:16:52 UTCAlan Trick There we go: https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/39714106
42016-06-01 17:12:35 UTCDaveF Thanks
52016-06-01 21:47:25 UTCtrigpoint A hedge is a linear barrier, there is no rule that they should be closed. A gap is perfectly normal .
Please remember that QA tools can consider things as errors, when they are correct and as intended.
12016-06-01 09:54:06 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This edit has gone a little wrong, you have removed the complete node, which included address data which remains valid. In cases like this the tags associated with the shop should be deleted or updated.What is in the shop now?
Would you like help restoring the node and updating...
22016-06-01 10:14:12 UTCDave Heath Hi Phil, it is a residential house, no longer mtb mania or shop, I am the owner of mtb mania and is no longer trading. So please remove, thanks Dave
32016-06-01 10:17:06 UTCtrigpoint Thanks Dave
I will restore the node.and remove the shop tags and retag as a house .
Cheers Phil
12016-05-31 16:25:12 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this
12016-05-31 13:18:03 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Please remember that OSM is a live public database so please do not abuse it by adding personal markers. The tarmac at Heathrow is a very odd place for a public artwork.
22016-05-31 16:24:55 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this
12016-05-31 13:32:36 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
I somehow doubt that the Alleyway is named as such, it seems more of a description. You should leave the name tag empty if there is no verifiable sign present, I know editors do tend to prompt for things to be added which can confuse a new mapper.
Cheers Phil
12016-05-31 01:54:29 UTCDeanna Earley Is there any more evidence of this roundabout other than the note?
Bing and Mapbox don't show anything, and no traces go around it.
22016-05-31 05:51:16 UTCtrigpoint There is strava cycling heatmap evidence, which I have used to get the size/position.
No idea where the other roads off it are, but would guess there may be development to the north.
12016-05-28 11:07:07 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Please can you explain why you have deleted a service road, that is clearly visible on satellite imagery?
12016-05-26 22:41:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
I think something has gone a bit wrong here, you seem to have added the apartment, but for some reason have removed the highway tag from Leicester Square.
22016-05-27 08:51:20 UTCMarekSkr Hi!
Thanks for noticing that. It was absolutely not my intention. I will revert the change / fix Leicester Square now. sorry!
32016-05-27 09:15:51 UTCMarekSkr reverted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/39599009
12016-05-25 11:49:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Have you surveyed this location, is it a real bricks and mortar shop that is verifiable and I can visit?
The web site makes me suspicious that it is not a real shop (its hardly in a location to catch passing trade, but a marker for a web/phone business.
If verifiable, it is ce...
22016-05-25 15:48:12 UTCdeliquium Hi Phil, it's a seasonal bike hire concern, not a bike shop. I know the proprietor and live locally. Apologies if I tagged it incorrectly - I'm on a learning curve. Kind regards, Paul
32016-05-25 17:16:08 UTCtrigpoint Hi Paul
That looks better, you can add the following tags to complete the information if you wish
website=http://www.beddgelertbikes.co.uk
amenity=bicycle_rental

Cheers Phil
42016-05-25 17:17:38 UTCtrigpoint BTW
You will not always find the tags you need as editor presets but you can type in your own.
12016-05-24 19:07:19 UTCtrigpoint E roads are not signposted in the UK, there is little point on a island where ferry/shuttle prices/schedules are far more important than E numbers.
We do not add int_ref to roads for this reason however the E13 is mapped as a relation making these additions unnecessary,
Cheers Phil
22016-05-25 10:07:06 UTCtrigpoint Please could you point me to where these routes are verifiable in the UK.
32016-05-26 11:55:11 UTCaytfadc Hello,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_route_E13
You never see int_ref on map
jerome
regards
12016-05-24 20:35:56 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Are you sure the speed limit is only 10mph?

Cheers Phil
12016-05-24 19:03:08 UTCtrigpoint Please can you explain this, it looks like a doodle/vandalism to me.

S'il vous plaît pouvez -vous expliquer cela , il ressemble à un doodle / vandalisme pour moi.

Thanks/Merci
12016-05-24 17:11:38 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Something seems to have gone wrong here, the building now seems to be a very strange shape, would you like help fixing it?
12016-05-24 16:58:03 UTCtrigpoint What is the source of the 20 mph speed limits you have added for Taunton Mews and Huntsworth Mews? They do not appear on mapillary so I am wondering if they are genuine?
Also Huntsworth Mews looks too narrow to have lane markings, the lanes=2 tag should only be used when the road is marked with la...
12016-05-24 16:35:01 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
I assume the path still exists, so should really not be deleted as it is still useful for navigation.
In this case the foot=permissive tag should simply be removed. The access=private will do the rest.
Do you need any help restoring it?
Cheers Phil
22016-05-26 12:52:36 UTCGrezzoR Thanks.

The path is still there, but it has been blocked in various places. Should this still not be removed?

I can't see how to un-delete the path. Can you please help?

Cheers
Graeme
12016-05-23 17:11:32 UTCtrigpoint Hi
I have spotted that you have made this edit in an area I am familiar with this and I am wondering what the source of this information was. You seem to have added lanes=2 to many roads and I wonder if you surveyed them? For example http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/38685754 doesn't have lanes for ...
22016-05-26 20:50:47 UTCJo89195 I made some corrections regarding the position of A483 from a recent GPS survey
12016-05-22 18:33:13 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your addition, however the hotel is already mapped as a way, which is the preferred method of mapping large buildings.
I am going to revert this duplication
12016-05-22 18:17:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM. I see you have created a footpath, however it doesn't connect to anything. Would it be possible to continue it along its full route.
Give me a shout if you need any help.
Cheers Phil
12016-05-22 18:13:40 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
The Baozi Inn is already mapped, you have therefore created a duplicate and it is in the middle of Newport court.
I am reverting this.
12016-05-20 15:27:27 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this seems to have gone wrong again so ask please stop editing in the UK and leave notes that the local community can deal with the issues as they posses the local knowledge.
I am not sure why mapbox care about isolated bridges on the canal network, but they are not an error.
In this case you ...
22016-05-20 15:27:34 UTCSomeoneElse Oops, I think that you accidentally deleted the towpath here http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/327119715/history .

Also how is it related to "Add missing turn lanes from satellite imagery in Dallas and Fort Worth https://github.com/mapbox/mapping/issues/180"? Has someone discovered oil in Welsh F...
32016-05-20 16:05:13 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this, and your other changeset.
I did spot that prior to your original change, the towpath had been drawn under the bridge and you incorrectly moved it into the field.
42016-05-24 16:52:52 UTCridixcr Hey there!
trigpoint, thanks for reverting this changeset, I will keep in account your suggestion about leaving notes in places that the satellite imagery doesn't permit to difference accurately paths. Thanks to you all for the feedback.
12016-05-20 08:04:05 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to osm. This looks a little weird, I am fairly sure the isn't a caravan site in the middle of Legolands car park.
Please can you confirm what you were trying to achieve ?
22016-05-20 12:20:31 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this, please use bookmarks rather than add place to store personal information
12016-05-19 18:52:22 UTCtrigpoint Hi, are you sure about this?
You have just connected a towpath (way 327119715) to a bridge at level 1.
First sanity check is how would this work without disconnecting the horse from the boat?
Bing imagery fortunately answers this, the path is under the bridge, there is no connection. The fixme on...
22016-05-20 16:26:56 UTCridixcr Hey there!
I didn't realize about this path, thanks for reverting my changeset. I will take in account your suggestion, and also I will be careful next time.

Thanks for your feedback.
12016-05-18 16:37:19 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Thank you for your edit, however Hubbub is already mapped with the tagged on the buidling way, which is obviouly the prefered method. Your node is therefore a duplicate and really should be removed.
Please let me know if you need any assistance with this.
12016-05-18 13:50:33 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
This seems to have gone wrong a little, it is very unusual for a postbox to have a name. Are you sure thats what you intended, although your changeset comment seems to confirm it was.
If you need any help fixing this, just ask.
22016-05-18 13:51:13 UTCDerick Rethans Please don't modify existing data for personal use. Not the whole world needs to know that Eugènia lives in this postbox. Maps.me has a "bookmarks" feature for keeping your own personal note. Every place that you edit is visible by everybody, world wide.
12016-05-16 11:46:48 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone a little wrong here.
Notes were left by a local mapper to indicate things that need a survey.
The nodes you have deleted contain more information than that of the business, there is address data there too which remains valid when the premises are taken over and it also maint...
12016-05-12 14:28:18 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
Something seems to have gone wrong here, Tesco was already mapped and you have created a duplicate node. If you need any hekp removing this please ask.
Tesco is usually mapped as a supermarket, it it not a department store.
Cheers Phil
22016-05-15 13:58:53 UTCtrigpoint I have reverted this change
12016-05-13 20:16:16 UTCtrigpoint H, welcome to OSM
Something has gone a little wrong here, the principal name tag should reflect what is on the ground, and be in the local language. Except in very special circumstances only a single language should appear there.
If you need to add translations, please add a name:xx tag, where xx ...
12016-05-08 22:42:03 UTCMike Baggaley Is Rayleigh Road no longer the A1015? Please either remove ref=A1015 or reinstate highway=primary. Thanks.
22016-05-10 00:00:23 UTCh2g2bob Hi, the A1015 continues down Rayleigh Road here, but this is no longer the main route used by traffic. Out of 15,000 cars going along Rayleigh Road, 13,000 continue along Whitehouse Road (according to https://www.google.com/fusiontables/DataSource?docid=17kjyGeMlh5qOb0UD3a2VwaxD173Cjssy61SDQ_Y#map:i...
32016-05-10 11:50:37 UTCtrigpoint Hi h2g2bob
I am not sure that google docs is a valid source of information for OSM, especially as the map it contains is from a source that must never ever be used in OSM.
In OSM we map what exists and we can survey and verify on the ground, not what we feel makes a more useful map.
This change s...
42016-05-10 23:44:27 UTCh2g2bob Hi,

To be clear, the edit to the map is from observing how traffic uses the Rochford Corner junction (I'm local to the area) and observing that almost all the traffic continues to Whitehouse Road and very little continues south.

The council have classified these roads poorly compared to their ...
12016-05-08 09:35:41 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
I think something has gone a little wrong here. The British Library is already mapped, on Euston Road. It is not on Commercial Road.
I have reverted this change.
12016-05-06 17:35:49 UTCtrigpoint Hi, welcome to OSM.
The Me Hotel is already mapped, although only as a restaurant and the node you placed is on the pavement outside the building. It would be good if you could add the hotel tag to the existing way and remove the node.
Also is the supermarket really called Tecko, should it possibl...
12016-05-03 17:16:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi
I have commented on one of you changesets on this same issue before, but you did not respond.
Please keep your changes to sensible areas, close and start a new changeset for each area, for example this one should be a minimum of four separate changesets.
Large areas such as this make review by...
22016-05-03 23:59:07 UTCdannykath Hello Phill, I'll be more careful , thanks for your comment.
32016-05-08 09:41:25 UTCSomeoneElse Please don't just say "I'll be more careful" and then just carry on as normal the very next day, as you did in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/39105735 .

If you're connecting two roads, such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/302319853 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/226723933 in thi...
42016-07-15 14:58:57 UTCSomeoneElse This is still happening. See http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/40745669 .
52016-07-15 17:51:04 UTCdannykath Hello Andy, It could happen because I had internet connection issues yesterday.
12016-05-02 12:56:01 UTCP65084849 Bridleway is not used by route engine which creates silly results.

https://www.openstreetmap.org/directions?engine=graphhopper_foot&route=51.33461%2C-2.30959%3B51.33130%2C-2.30453#map=16/51.3331/-2.3110

Would therefore suggest to change type to footpath and select access for horses.
22016-05-02 22:14:27 UTCtrigpoint That would be tagging for the renderer, or in this case for the router.
If routers are unable to handle a standard highway type then they are broken and you should raise a bug report against the router.
12016-04-29 16:02:09 UTCtrigpoint Hi, something has gone wrong with this edit.
You seem to have deleted the cul-de-sac spur which is obviously wrong.
The road had been drawn incorrectly with overlapping ways, but that should have been fixed rather than simply making the bug report go away.
Please revert your changes and fix the p...
22016-04-29 17:08:27 UTCLuis36995 Hi Phil

the change was made, thank you for your feedback
32016-04-29 17:14:27 UTCtrigpoint Thank you, however you now need to fix the original problem of the overlapping ways.
Thanks Phil
42016-04-29 17:48:21 UTCLuis36995 Done!
52016-04-29 18:17:12 UTCtrigpoint Thank you
12016-04-29 16:07:42 UTCtrigpoint Please keep your changes within sensible areas, large areas such as this make peer review by local mapper very difficult.
Thanks Phil
22016-05-03 23:52:27 UTCdannykath Hello Phill, I'll be more careful , thanks for your comment.
12016-04-22 13:57:28 UTCtrigpoint Hi, does this path really just end with no connectivity to to other ways?
Cheers Phil
22016-04-22 14:59:09 UTCNigel Packer Hi Phil
Yes the pathway continues further on right up to the B4555 in fact. It goes up past the back of the Severn Centre.
I cant make out the exact route as the satellite image is not good I just see the tops of the trees. I need to walk it to be sure.
This part of the footpath goes past the fro...
32016-04-22 15:15:29 UTCtrigpoint Thank you for your reply.
As long as you can get the road connections correct(ish) you could add it in roughly, with a fixme tag and then improve it when you can.
Cheers Phil
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