Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-06-24 10:21:20 UTCVictorIE Instead of

bridge=low_water_crossing

would

ford=yes

be more appropriate? https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:ford
22017-06-24 20:29:01 UTCLateNightTone Hi VictorIE, no a ford wouldn't be appropriate here as it is a tidal body of water, so the crossing can only be made at low tide. The highway is covered at any other time. A ford is only where a waterway i.e. flowing river is to be crossed, so the highway would be passable in all but flood condition...
12017-06-20 12:35:13 UTCVictorIE When doing pedestrian crossings and other road ways, do make sure that they join up with adjacent roads. :) The geometry and Routing layers here: http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/ are good tools.
12017-06-20 04:35:06 UTCVictorIE Is a right turn allowed from Saint Michael's Drive to the R852?
22017-06-23 08:50:50 UTCTimLynch Sorry, don't know
12017-06-14 17:25:17 UTCVictorIE Cool
12017-04-19 09:58:21 UTCVictorIE This appears to be on the wrong continent.
12017-04-16 15:21:42 UTCKDDA Hi Victor, where did you source the voltage for this line?

It is definitely 33kV or more and I would not class it as a minor line in any sense. Please take a look at it on StreetView https://goo.gl/maps/4o5g4R7v1Kp
22017-04-16 18:50:16 UTCVictorIE This one? http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/444670138

I don't have a specific recollection. Importantly, it only connects to a 110kV substation at one end.

It seems to be consistent with: http://www.nienetworks.co.uk/documents/Connections/Networkmap_33kv.aspx and http://smartgriddashboard.eirgr...
32017-04-16 23:08:48 UTCKDDA NIE/ESB have done a lot of work on this line, I think it joins two 110kV substations now and is designed as a "bypass" around Enniskillen.
12017-03-26 05:08:41 UTCVictorIE Is Newtownards Exchange NINT a BT telephone exchange?
12017-03-08 22:26:30 UTCPolarbear Victor, when reverting CS 46496897 with the boundary splitting, I had to include your CS here in the revert.
I attempted to restore useful stuff from both CSs, you might doublecheck.
It would be a good idea to do repairs and own additions in separate CSs, though.
22017-03-08 23:47:28 UTCVictorIE Fair point. I've done a quick tidy up.

I was only drawn to the area by the newly disconnected road of a previous changeset.
32017-03-09 13:11:23 UTCPolarbear Thanks, and no criticism from my side. Reverting is a race against time, as lots of people do small fixes quickly.
Thus just the recommendation when fixing something, upload, before doing regular refinements and uploading them.
12017-03-07 18:16:35 UTCVictorIE Again main road split from side road: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/299490794
22017-03-08 19:59:40 UTCPolarbear @VictorIE: those will be fixed automatically when I revert the incorrect boundary line separations.
32017-03-08 22:30:34 UTCPolarbear Full revert in CS 46692924 for incorrectly separating roads+waterways serving as border member; restoring useful additions in 46693197, refinements in 46693752.
12017-03-07 18:14:26 UTCVictorIE Hi,

Can you just be careful when splitting boundaries and roads that you don't disconnect roads? This road: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/104377544 became split from the R357.

VictorIE
12017-02-09 11:49:37 UTCKDDA Why did you add the street name as Lacky Road?
22017-02-09 12:45:16 UTCVictorIE Is that not the road it is on? http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/114282636#map=16/54.2318/-7.2600
12016-08-17 06:32:27 UTCmanoharuss Hi VictorIE,

Your contributions to OpenStreetMap are greatly appreciated. I looked through this changeset along with your other changesets 41465760, 41488327, 41488458 to understand what happened here. The wiki for tagging power stations is here(http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:power%3Dsta...
22016-08-17 08:03:32 UTCVictorIE Hi,

Apologies for the unorthodox method. I've been removing deprecated tags and names. For example:

http://stat.latlon.org/ie/latest/tags-o.html lists operator=ESB (154), operator=ESB Generation and Wholesale Markets (21), operator=ESB Networks (394), operator=ESB Telecoms (3), operator=ESB ec...
32016-08-17 08:27:05 UTCVictorIE http://stat.latlon.org/ has updated. I'll get to work. :)
42016-08-18 13:33:15 UTCVictorIE I'm working on the last set and it should be gone today
12016-03-31 07:45:37 UTCKDDA Is disused the correct tagging for this section? This section has been restored, complete with a train carriage and crossing gates.
22016-03-31 10:11:49 UTCVictorIE From https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:railway%3Ddisused "A section of railway which is no longer used but where the track and infrastructure remain in place."

I can only image "used" should be construed as "used for transport" or a **mobile** museum piece, no...
12015-11-07 16:23:40 UTCPolarbear Hi VictorIE, do you have further details about this club, and who it operates? Would you know if it targets children, juveniles, or both? Is there a website for the club?
22015-11-07 19:38:25 UTCVictorIE I know nothing of it. I only got the details from passing by on the bus. you might try http://www.cdysb.ie/ - they might know something. Google doesn't throw up much, but it seems to have been around for a long time.

Alternatively, I presume the city council housing department is their landlord.
12015-10-25 12:17:44 UTCPolarbear sport=gaelic_football is deprecated. As your changeset comment already suggest, the correct tagging is sport=gaelic_games + gaelic_games:hurling=yes
gaelic_games:football=yes

This also avoids using unsupported keys as "sport_1".
22015-10-25 15:35:23 UTCVictorIE If you look at http://stat.latlon.org/ie/latest/tags-s.html there are 9 "GAA" or "gaelic" tags in use. Last month there had been about 20. I did my best to rationalise them.
32015-10-25 19:30:01 UTCPolarbear Nice. But your goal should be sport=gaelic_games. If you change a freestyle tag into a deprecated one, it would have to be corrected again by somebody else.

Question again, is iD proposing gaelic_football? If so, we would need to file a bug report with iD.
12015-10-25 12:48:41 UTCPolarbear sport=gaelic_football is deprecated. The correct tagging is sport=gaelic_games + gaelic_games:hurling=yes
gaelic_games:football=yes
etc.

See https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:sport%3Dgaelic_games
22015-10-25 15:32:04 UTCVictorIE If you look at http://stat.latlon.org/ie/latest/tags-s.html there are 9 "GAA" or "gaelic" tags in use. Last month there had been about 20. I did my best to rationalise them.
12015-10-25 12:53:13 UTCPolarbear I've seen the deprecated sport=gaelic_football coming mostly from iD and Potlatch users. Could there be an outdated preset in iD?
22015-10-25 15:30:57 UTCVictorIE If you look at http://stat.latlon.org/ie/latest/tags-s.html there are 9 "GAA" or "gaelic" tags in use. Last month there had been about 20. I did my best to rationalise them.
12015-10-05 14:30:37 UTCVincent de Phily Sorry, I don't agree with that change (healthcare:speciality -> health:speciality).

The heathcare:speciality tag is the documented one and used 7613 times, vs 6 times for health:speciality.

Please revert that change, unless you have a very convincing argument to transition obkects to the he...
22015-10-05 15:27:37 UTCVictorIE You're correct, my apologies. I was correct a group of mis-spelling sand seem to have put int he wrong spelling. Will sort this evening.
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