Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-04-03 02:23:10 UTCWarin61 Hi,
The LPI Base Map has West Tipla Rd as tertiary ... and the East Tipla Rd as secondary .. any objections to changing this?
Note .. have to add East Tipla Rd to OSM! ...
22017-04-03 04:14:41 UTCcleary I think it is probably outdated information in LPI map. I haven't driven all the way on the west road but the east road is very average in standard. Central Darling Shire Council rates the west side as a main road (MR) for which it would get State funding (therefore possibly a secondary in OSM) and...
32017-04-03 04:17:32 UTCWarin61 P.S A relevant doc
http://www.centraldarling.nsw.gov.au/about-the-shire/road-condition-report.aspx

Note the 'road description' not road name.
42017-04-03 04:25:27 UTCWarin61 Ha crossing info ... both on to the same view though.
12017-03-29 02:01:33 UTCWarin61 Hi,
You have way 322193363 tagged as a private track .. the LPI base map shows this as a tertiary road ... several other roads are shown out here on the LPI Base map too. I'll put those in.
Arr came to your way 259154081 - tagged as driveway private yet LPI shows it as tertiary. Similar for way 3...
22017-03-29 04:11:24 UTCcleary I have driven on many roads in far west there but not that one, nor the roads to Cymbric Vale and WIlandra. From the Barrier Highway, those roads look like private roads and I think they had gates or cattle grids and there were definitely no signs to suggest public roads. I traced the tracks from Bi...
32017-03-29 04:15:44 UTCcleary Further comment. I remember driving on Waterbag Road and I recall that the track to Cymbric Vale was just a track, didn't look anything like Waterbag Road (which I think was graded and reasonable gravel suface,) and there was no sign to indicate public access was permitted to Cymbric Vale.
12017-03-16 11:10:35 UTCCloCkWeRX Ah nice, we did some work to add names, but not so much work to find the ones that were slightly off from data.sa.gov.au info
22017-03-17 04:50:48 UTCcleary Thanks for the feedback.
12016-12-20 00:38:55 UTCTheSwavu Err... by definition unincorporated areas don't need a admin_level=6 boundary.
22016-12-20 09:30:31 UTCcleary Hello Swavu. The Pastoral Unincorporated Area of South Australia is a designated area with boundaries published in the South Australian government Local Government Areas dataset. It is administered differently (it has a "designated authority" rather than a council. But then the metropolita...
32016-12-20 10:27:50 UTCTheSwavu That may all be true, but this area is not administrated under the Local Government Act so therefore it's not a council and not admin_level 6.
42016-12-20 22:46:08 UTCtastrax Given the admin levels are "proposed" in the wiki (http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:boundary%3Dadministrative) what level do you suggest TheSwavu? From my understanding of Australia level 6 is the most appropriate.
52016-12-21 00:41:00 UTCTheSwavu No level as it not a thing that you need to map. The unincorporated areas of South Australia are the bits inside the admin_level 4 boundary but not inside an admin_level 6 boundary.
12016-10-17 08:47:35 UTCcleary I agree that neighbourhood is not appropriate in non-urban settings. In regard to Tucklan, I surveyed there one to two years ago and I think I was able to record only two addresses in the very small Tucklan area and satellite imagery shows only two dwellings with adjacent sheds. So perhaps "iso...
22016-10-17 21:13:02 UTCWarin61 GNB has some statement of open source? Not fussed.
However the GNB 'rural place' is used for both inhabitabited places and uninhabited places! It is not a 'good' description. What attracted my attention to this was the use of neighborhood for places inside the Blue Mountains NP that have never bee...
12016-07-10 01:57:45 UTCcleary Hi. I notice you moved bus stop location (node 2626663623). I haven't caught that bus route to Blacktown for a while but I'm fairly certain it does not go down Humphries Lane. Can you please look at this again? Thanks.
12016-07-09 08:17:55 UTCcleary I think way 39196209, footbridge across Parramatta River near Wilde Avenue, is beneath the road level, not on the road bridge (although there is also a footway on the road bridge but it does not provide access to the riverbank and walkway alongside river). Can we please remove layer=1 or raise the r...
22016-07-09 13:12:16 UTCmrpulley OK - change made at http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/40611879
12016-06-29 13:23:18 UTCgormo Hi,

there already is a boundary for the national park, see http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/56117565 . Please respect existing data while importing, and please tag any new information onto the existing OSM features. And please use established OSM tags, and don't just dump some external data onto ...
22016-07-01 00:48:41 UTCcleary I'm sorry for any error. I have been checking administrative boundaries in South Australia and adding relations for those boundaries. In many instances, national park boundaries coincide with administrative boundaries and, where no relation previously existed, I have also created relations for the n...
12016-06-28 08:10:23 UTCR0bst3r Hi cleary,
looks like your coastline is not finished: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/5213733 is separated from http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/5213756. Was it intended?

Maybe "is_in:national park" can be changed to "is_in:national_park"?

Cheers, R0bst3r
22016-06-28 23:06:54 UTCcleary Thanks for this advice. Much appreciated. Now correct, I hope.
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