Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-11-28 16:00:07 UTCSK53 Im sorry but I have to revert much of this. This is not a building named OSMF it is a private residence, which happens, for historical reasons to be the registered address for official correspondence.
12017-11-27 09:05:58 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I've removed the wikipedia tag you added here because the wikipedia page for an abstract concept ("null island") isn't relevant to a physical buoy floating in the ocean.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-28 01:57:04 UTCRexma423 I would disagree with you but do whatever you want.
12017-11-13 09:43:39 UTCNakaner Hi Rexma423,

why did you add military=nuclear_explosion_site to the ways representing the area of the craters? There are already nodes which represent the explosion, e.g. https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/879020580.

landuse=military is also not necessary because the whole area around is tagge...
22017-11-17 03:33:12 UTCRexma423 But Nuclear Craters are not natural so they are Nuclear Explosion Sites so it only makes sense to put them as Nuclear Sites and not natural craters that formed with the Earth.
32017-11-17 03:34:33 UTCRexma423 I know they have a node that represents that, but i'm just trying to be correct because they are man made nuclear craters. If you want to change it, feel free, but I don't think that you should.
42017-11-22 05:01:14 UTCRexma423 Also for your comment on the whole area as being tagged as military, you can still see the craters through the already visible Nevada Test Area Military Zone.
12017-10-15 23:34:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Rexma423, and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
The change that you've made here covers quite a large geographical area and that makes it difficult for people in one area to see just the things that affect them in their area. If you put different edits in different areas in different changesets then...
22017-10-15 23:43:42 UTCRexma423 Sorry about that, next time i'll be more specific.
32017-10-16 07:28:09 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks
4 changeset(s) created by Rexma423 have been discussed with a total of 10 comment(s)