Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-03-20 15:05:32 UTCmjkab108 Why was the name of this park removed. It has been known as "The Battlefield" for decades. It is where all rally's for the football team as well as bonfires for the local football team are held. At this point I feel that your simply just picking on my submissions.
22017-03-20 15:49:53 UTCmanoharuss @mjkab108 I am not. I apologize for assuming this was a wrong edit and removing the name. But from your initial mapping of park on a residential area made me think this was not a right addition to the map
12017-01-24 18:19:33 UTCmdb_313 Water features were added to fountains and ponds, as I see in many other parts of the map, and are easily seen in the Potlatch satellite images. The footways added are in fact intersecting footpaths that criss-cross through a park, which are also easily seen in the satellite images.
12016-10-26 12:49:32 UTCzeromap The wikidata tag you added refers to the administrative division and is already present on this relation.

Tagging towns as points was done from a TIGER import, before boundary data was available. To make things more confusing, the point location refe...
22016-10-27 09:48:38 UTCmanoharuss @zeromap Thanks for keeping an eye out. The point location from satellite imagery does seem like a hamlet as in small number of buildings around the intersection along the roads. Do you think it would be a good idea to tag the point as a hamlet and remove the wikidata tag I added?

32016-10-27 12:21:24 UTCzeromap Yes, but this problem is more widespread. There are many town administrative divisions mapped as nodes, at least in New York State. They all need to be checked to see if, like in this case, they correspond to a hamlet or other place tag and if a relation exists with the proper information. In the ca...
42016-11-02 05:15:47 UTCmanoharuss @zeromap starting to understand the problem. This point is now a hamlet( and wikidata I added was deleted, according to our discussion. But now, I feel like the census and population tags which are at 20658 does not correspond to this hamlet but indee...
52016-11-02 11:07:06 UTCzeromap The population tag should be added to the relation:
62016-11-09 03:11:17 UTCPlaneMad zeromap, what do you estimate is the scale of the problem? it would be great if you could point to any previous discussion that talks about a potential cleanup effort.
72016-11-09 08:07:48 UTCPlaneMad Have extracted the GNIS place where wikidata tags were added that are

Looked into a sample of 20 and they all look like well urbanised areas. My hunch is that these cases are more of a minority th...
82016-11-12 13:57:29 UTCzeromap >these cases are more of a minority than a majority

Yes, I believe so.

>What would be the best way to find out how many incorrectly tagged towns there are?

Hard to say, but I noticed they are more common among towns without eponymous larger settlements. Consider this map of Onondaga County:...
12016-08-27 09:55:51 UTCscai You did remove the tag natural=coastline from a lot of ways. Now the coastline seems to be broken.
22016-08-27 12:15:07 UTCmanoharuss Hi scai,

Thanks for your comment, otherwise I would not have known my mistake. My intention was to fix the relation ( as it was incomplete and cross interesecting at a place. The members of the relation did not have roles either. During that I accid...
12016-07-19 06:35:48 UTCmanoharuss This was a test to see if iD editor gives warnings on overlapping buildings. Going to revert it, now.
12016-07-15 09:01:19 UTCmanoharuss Mistake: Cleanedup duplicates from this changeset 40742858
12016-06-10 06:32:12 UTCmanoharuss Wrong changeset comment. Changed footway highway tag to unclassified based on Bing imagery.
7 changeset(s) created by manoharuss have been discussed with a total of 16 comment(s)