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12017-09-18 14:34:16 UTCtreestryder Love the work on cycling features. Thanks!

During a concert, at Adado Park, I considered making the same change. Using this section of trail (https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/518695910) I experimented with the tags I thought appropriate. But never got around to completing thought.
12017-08-18 17:56:43 UTCtreestryder It is great to have another Lansing mapper.

I'm not sure that the nodes you added, with only a Name tag will ever be rendered. You may want to at least add shop=yes ( http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:shop "Shop yes" in OSMand) or office=* ( http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:o...
22017-08-18 19:57:05 UTCdmogle Yeah, I did these real quick on my phone while I was walking by. Planning to come back and flesh them out someday when I have time. So maybe never :/
32017-08-18 20:43:08 UTCtreestryder I completely understand.
12017-07-10 14:21:06 UTCtreestryder Nice work! Thanks.
12017-06-25 04:35:32 UTCuser_5359 Welcome to OSM! You paint an additional line crossing a railway without any tags. What did you mean by that?

If you need help: You are welcome!
22017-06-30 21:55:42 UTCtreestryder I know that area well and that line does not make sense. I'll remove it for now.

hfly hh, if you would like help with this, let me know.

Removal changeset: https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49954816
12017-06-12 20:09:11 UTCtreestryder There was already a Cheddar's POI here and a building here. Rather than combine and clean these up, you have added another POI. There are also other problems, for instance, the street name is wrong and the City, Zip and loc_name tags are redundant. I would correct these, however, I am sure that you ...
12017-05-26 12:32:51 UTCtreestryder Changeset description should read:
Added detail to Arch Fitness.
12017-04-18 20:23:22 UTCtreestryder I could be wrong and in this case, it might be fine. However, it has been my experience that it is preferred to have a generic building, with a detailed POI Node. ... It is simple matter to upgrade a POI, by surrounding it with a generic building. It works well for buildings containing multiple POI ...
22017-04-18 21:25:02 UTCtreestryder I stand corrected by the following article...

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/One_feature,_one_OSM_element
12017-04-03 14:50:23 UTCtreestryder I know better. It is "right OF way", not "right-a-way". Not enough coffee.
12017-03-08 16:03:21 UTCtreestryder Thanks for joining the fun and mapping Evergreen Cycles. Just so you know, only the house number, street and occasionally an addr:unit need to be tagged.

"Tags such as Key:addr:country, Key:addr:city, Key:addr:postcode are often redundant as features inside administrative boundaries (when ma...
12016-12-27 18:53:33 UTCtreestryder That would probably be, because the two ways were not connected. I've just corrected this. https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44713128
12015-05-23 03:11:50 UTCtreestryder Not sure the best way to tag this. So far, three different tagging schemes have not made the name show up, only the house number.
12015-05-16 19:56:28 UTCtreestryder Mind me asking where you got the data for the bus stops and routes? Did you have to gather it manually? I keep thinking there must be a way to pull stop information from CATA's HiWire web application (http://tp.cata.org/hiwire). CATA must have given this same data to Google, for their maps. With sto...
22015-05-16 20:39:09 UTCPeter Beard I tried to figure out how to get the info from CATA's website, but gave up pretty quickly. I ended up just surveying the routes that I had convenient access to and using that data. If you do figure out how to emancipate data from HiWire I'd love to know how; I tried to work it out for a couple of ho...
32015-05-16 21:20:14 UTCtreestryder Wish I had more time.

What would REALLY be nice, is if CATA would take the task on. I wonder if OSM has an easy way for public transportation administrators to maintain their routes.
12015-04-20 01:28:27 UTCtreestryder Should this be a point at the front door, on a generic building?
22015-04-20 14:07:49 UTCtreestryder I like the way the competitors are doing it. Generic building with a POI point.
12015-01-02 20:07:08 UTCtreestryder Why would this minor change appear, in the history, to affect a large portion of the world?
22015-01-02 22:50:16 UTCchoess Because I changed several "bridge:type=suspension" to "bridge:structure=suspension". For some reason, the Platt Bridge had been incorrectly tagged as a suspension bridge, so I also retagged that.
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