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12017-12-04 14:11:13 UTCdatamongers This change made the Monongahela National Forest disappear from osm-carto, and most other styles. Im inclined to think it should be reverted back to boundary=national_park to be consistent with all of the other national forests. But http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/US_Forest_Service_Data says that...
12017-11-27 20:51:04 UTCdatamongers Hello, Im curious as to why you deleted the "West Yellowstone Economic Development Council", i drove by a couple days ago, and the sign is still on the building. Do you have a source on it being closed?
22017-12-01 12:29:24 UTCdatamongers Based on your lack of response, im assuming that this node was deleted by mistake and am re-adding it.
12017-10-30 19:13:10 UTCdatamongers Old faithful has a variable interval, it tends to be either 65 or 91 minutes, depending on the duration of the previous eruption. This change isn't wrong, but it's also not strictly right. But i don't think we really have the tagging semantics for the correct value.
22017-10-31 00:16:13 UTCGlassman I changed the interval based on what I read in the visitors center. In reality, the interval does very so I was surprised that it was in OSM. In my younger days the timing varied only a few minutes, but now it's within a 20 minutes window. My guess is it will have more variation as time goes on, at ...
12017-09-11 11:37:34 UTCdatamongers Hi, Thanks for cleaning up this area. I think removing the road through the arch is a mistake. I drove through the arch in June, and it was definitely open to 2 way traffic, I havent been back there since then, but i have not heard that that has changed, and the note you based that on was over 2 yea...
22017-09-14 03:17:38 UTCg246020 Thank you!
12017-09-06 16:25:22 UTCdatamongers Hello, It's nice to see some more peaks mapped in this area, but this tagging seems wrong. The elevation should be converted to meters and put in the ele tag instead of in the name field.
22017-09-06 16:30:26 UTCdatamongers It looks like a few of these points are not actually mountain peaks, they are spot elevations. Peaks are marked on USGS topographic maps with a triangle, elevations next to an x are spot elevations, and simply indicate the elevation of a point, and do not necessarily indicate that it is a mountain p...
32017-09-06 17:55:43 UTCg246020 Greetings, I added these from topo map layer, where they were listed as peaks/triangles. My goal was to quickly add many, leaving it up to another passionate person to do mass conversion of Feet in name to Meters in ele. Feel free to update this as you see fit.

BTW, one of my concerns was that el...
12017-09-06 13:35:26 UTCdatamongers Hello, It looks like the app that you are using doesnt show geysers. Castle geyser was already mapped and tagged as a geyser. I have deleted the version that you added that was tagged as a spring instead of a geyser.
12017-07-24 12:47:33 UTCdatamongers Hello,
Are you sure this is actually a pet shop? This location seems to be on a sidewalk, did you mean one of the adjacent yurts is a pet shop?
12017-07-03 11:03:21 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
The geyser you have mapped is already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring.
12017-07-03 11:00:55 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
The geyser you have mapped is already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring.
You have also not mapped this geyser in the correc...
12017-07-03 10:49:00 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
The geyser you have mapped is already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring.
You have also not mapped this geyser in the correc...
12017-06-28 14:49:17 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
The geyser you have mapped is already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring.
You have also not mapped this geyser in the correc...
12017-06-28 14:44:22 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
The geyser you have mapped is already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring.
You have also not mapped this geyser in the correct...
12017-06-27 13:38:19 UTCdatamongers Hi, thanks for your contribution.
Both of the geysers you have mapped were already on the map, but maybe the map you are using does not show geysers?
You are also not using the correct tagging, geysers should be tagged natural=geyser, not natural=spring
12017-05-08 14:13:52 UTCdatamongers Hello, Is this actually a named point, or are you just adding information about it? If the latter then it should not be named, and if it is actually a named point then the name tag should be in english, and the name in Japanese should be in the name:jp tag
12017-05-08 14:11:28 UTCdatamongers Hello, Is this actually a named viewpoint, or did you just see a bear from this point? If the latter then it should not be named, and if it is actually a designated viewpoint then the name tag should be in english, and the name in japanese should be in the name:jp tag
12016-08-26 15:06:55 UTCdatamongers It seems like all of the separate landuse=farmland ways might be overkill. It looks like 1 big chunk of farmland with some roads going across it.
22016-08-27 03:03:11 UTCDavidJDBA Feel free to merge them or make whatever other improvements you would like!
32016-08-27 04:22:30 UTCDavidJDBA P.S. You're right about much of this. I do map residential areas across and including streets, so I guess agriculture should be treated the same way.
Happy mapping!
-Dave
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