Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-12-17 13:23:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just wondered what "highway=p" on https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4975309742 was?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-12-17 01:11:13 UTCSomeoneElse You've added "network=Nation Rail" on https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3711588220/history ; presumably this should be "National Rail". Isn't this also a duplicate of https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/296406307/history ?
12017-12-16 20:42:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
These buildings got added in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
I've deleted them now, but have you any idea how that might have happened?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-12-08 15:26:36 UTCfantomas Hello. You added objects to the ocean. Please, don't use OSM as sandbox.
22017-12-16 20:23:42 UTCSomeoneElse If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
32017-12-16 20:24:25 UTCSomeoneElse Si vous voulez un serveur de test, peut-être que https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.orgfonctionnerait pour vous?
Meilleures salutations,
Andy
12017-12-16 20:03:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
12017-12-16 20:02:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.

Best Regards,
Andy
12017-12-15 11:09:00 UTCSomeoneElse Just spotted https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/466732976 - looks a bit long for a horse_stile? Also there's another just to the southeast.
22017-12-15 19:42:35 UTCdudone Looks like JOSM's autocomplete has got the better of me. Corrected.

Regards

Dudley
32017-12-15 19:58:09 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-12-12 14:54:41 UTCSomeoneElse Hello rowers2,
This looks very much like a mechanical edit.
Can you please explain what you were trying to do here and where you discussed it with the local community?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend
22017-12-15 17:59:55 UTCSomeoneElse (replying to an OSM PM that basically said "I was just using the JOSM validator")

Hi rowers2,

Please don't take all of the JOSM validator's suggestions at face value - you'll need to ask yourself if there are any other problems in an area and whether information would be lost by maki...
12017-12-14 12:58:10 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking - is https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/369596182#map=19/53.23763/-1.70266 really a stile? It looks like it's on a small road from the imagery suggesting perhaps gate or cattle grid?
22017-12-14 20:02:47 UTCdudone Hi Andy

I've changed it to gate.

Regards

Dudley
12017-12-12 23:48:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hello BeachBumRetiree,
Is there any reason why you changed the whole residential area here to a park? Maybe there are some "park" (or other green) bits and some "houses" bits?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-12-13 00:00:17 UTCBeachBumRetiree The neighborhood is spread out over a large area of land, with distinct residential areas interspersed with parks, woods, trails, tennis courts, green spaces, etc. Labeling the entire area "residential" overlooks this fact.
32017-12-13 00:08:12 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks. In that case I'd actually split it up so that the "houses" bit is residential and and the other bits are tagged appropriately too (park/wood/forest/whatever).
42017-12-13 02:31:34 UTCS-zation But the fact that it is a housing development with woods, recreational areas, or grass dispersed throughout doesn't change that it is an area zoned for residential use. And all of the green spaces/tennis courts/trails/recreation areas are already mapped on top of it. It doesn't match the definitio...
12017-12-12 23:34:54 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - you beat me to it (while I was upgrading perl over here!).
12017-12-12 18:51:02 UTCSomeoneElse Any idea what sort of barrier https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/405528505 is?
Cheers,
Andy
22017-12-12 21:10:22 UTCSK53 Wire fence (from photos), now added along with a lot of other features
32017-12-12 22:22:26 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
42017-12-12 22:29:24 UTCSK53 More to be done. I dont think many field boundaries got added, all TS-C woods need severe tidying up etc. Lots of unmapped woodland towaards Lurgashall.
12017-12-12 19:37:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just for info, I've blocked Darwin721 for a period of time - see https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1659 - for continually changing this residential area to a park. Are you OK fixing the problems here or do you need any help?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, from OSM's Data Working Group....
22017-12-12 19:46:56 UTCS-zation Hi there,
Thank you for stopping the vandalism. I think I am ok with fixing the problems here. The biggest issue was the continual revert of the residential areas to parks.
32017-12-12 19:49:59 UTCSomeoneElse OK, thanks. We'll keep an eye open for edits by "known problem users" and keep an eye open for changes to the residential area. If you spot anything else iffy, drop a mail to data@osmfoundation.org .
Best Regards,
Andy
42017-12-12 20:30:27 UTCS-zation It looks like he is back on a new account
http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/BayForest
I can't revert all of the new changesets if he makes new accounts
52017-12-12 21:08:06 UTCfreebeer Confirmed, you beat me to it.
Back home from school.
Off with the kid gloves, I suggest...
12017-12-12 19:10:02 UTCSomeoneElse Oops, If you look at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/53352807/history I think that something's gone wrong here - a small section of wall has been merged with lots of other ways to create something that is now tagged "fence; fence; wall; fence; fence; fence; fence; wall; fence; wall".
Do...
12017-12-12 19:03:21 UTCSomeoneElse Hello willB0T and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Generally speaking, you might find it easier to use a more gradual approach when changing large things such as residential areas (even if they quite a bit wrong). It makes it easier to fix just a corner of a problem, and still have a valid residential ar...
12017-12-12 18:51:30 UTCSomeoneElse Any idea what sort of barrier https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2679422663 is?
Cheers,
Andy
22017-12-12 21:24:11 UTCSK53 A wooden gate; fixed
12017-12-12 18:49:07 UTCSomeoneElse Is https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/464186215 perhaps a hedge?
Cheers,
Andy
12017-12-12 14:38:12 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Darwin723,
I've blocked this account for the reasons described at http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1658 . Your previous account was told many times not to mistag residential areas as parks http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=6310073 .
Best Regards,
Andy Towns...
12017-12-12 11:56:37 UTCChris Fleming again - I don't believe this to be a park. This has been mapped as woods for nearly 7 years and has been edited as such by several people. Have all the trees been cut down and this turned into a park?
22017-12-12 13:02:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello andrewmci,
Whilst we're grateful for new mappers in OSM including those who seem to have come via Pokemon Go, please don't change existing features to "parks", whether they be gardens or areas of trees. In OSM there are many tags to choose from; always pick the most appropriate. F...
12017-12-07 09:32:15 UTCS-zation Why is a residential neighborhood marked as a park? And a construction zone in the neighborhood is marked as industrial?
22017-12-11 03:30:00 UTCDarwin721 Because OSM Influences Nests and Blocked Spawns: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/6ujkkv/osm_query_for_map_features_used_in_pokemon_go/

32017-12-11 23:12:49 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Darwin721,
Please don't "make things up" in OSM in the hope that things will turn up in Pokemon Go. This won't actually work for a couple of reasons - one is that people in OSM will change it back (as has happened here) and another is that according to the people who actually look ...
12017-12-11 22:29:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I noticed this cafe called "Unknown"
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5152874523/history while tidying up mapping by some students up north. It's also removed the name here, but I'll add it back if the name really is called "Unknown" here (as opposed to you just not k...
12017-12-07 23:38:47 UTCSomeoneElse Hello BlinkingNora,
Here you've changed http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/24807683 to a "park". It certainly doesn't look like a park from the available imagery - that suggests it's an arable field with tramlines in it that a crop sprayer can go up and down.
Various people have been cha...
12017-12-06 16:51:24 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - here https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5260355269/history got added at latitude 0, longitude 0. I have removed it.
12017-12-06 16:34:34 UTCSomeoneElse As you can see by looking at http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=54067904 , something went wrong here. Were you trying to import some data? Presumably you did not intend to add it to the middle of the sea?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-12-06 16:35:14 UTCSomeoneElse Comme vous pouvez le voir en regardant http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=54067904, quelque chose s'est mal passé ici. Étiez-vous en train d'importer des données? Vraisemblablement, vous n'aviez pas l'intention de l'ajouter au milieu de la mer?
Meilleures salutation...
12016-03-09 11:32:29 UTCwambacher reverted by https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/37705806
22016-03-09 18:36:16 UTCSomeoneElse Hi EzekielT,
People have contacted you several times in the past about invalid admin level changes (including me, in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/33275714 ).
Whereas most things in OpenStreetMap are simply a matter of going and surveying something and then adding the results to OSM, wit...
32016-03-14 00:17:25 UTCEzekielT I have many sources: http://www.stabroeknews.com/2010/news/regional/10/09/netherlands-antilles-no-more/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constituent_country, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aruba, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sint Maarten, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curacao (although you did say...
42016-03-14 00:37:22 UTCSomeoneElse One of the articles you quote says "Aruba is one of the four constituent countries that form the Kingdom of the Netherlands". http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2323309 is the admin level 2 relation; Curaçao http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/1216719 is a subarea of that.
As...
52016-03-14 15:28:41 UTCEzekielT That's a good idea. Okay.
62017-12-04 19:17:17 UTCtbakhuis Curacao is not NL as the Nominitem geocoder suggests.

Currently a lot of addresses are displayed in OSM as Street, Willemstad, 0000AA, NL. This is not correct. Here in Curacao we don't have zip codes and the NL should be changed to CW. Since 10-10 2010 Curaçao is an autonomous Country that...
72017-12-04 19:25:52 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - I've added a comment over at https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=675663#p675663 (which is the forum where admin levels etc. are discussed). However, I'm not actually sure whether you're describing a problem with the data in OSM or with the Nominatim geocoder (Curaçao i...
82017-12-04 19:53:38 UTCtbakhuis It does sound strange when you see it like that but we never put NL (Netherlands) as country. I live in Curacao it just doesn't look right when we see Curacao, NL. Google's Geocoder has it right this time. Google Geocoder has Street, Willemstad, Curaçao
92017-12-05 08:49:08 UTCwambacher please read this answer at the forum:

#######################

Just for clarification:

There is a 'Kingdom of the Netherlands' (plural intended) - or 'Koninkrijk der Nederlanden' (idem).
Within this kingdom there are 4 autonomous countries:
- the Netherlands (again, plural intended in Eng...
102017-12-05 16:44:54 UTCEzekielT That's what I knew all this time, but I guess all of you still didn't listen :).
112017-12-06 10:52:25 UTCwambacher Hi EzekielT. no easy stuff ;)
see https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=675929#p675929
122017-12-06 20:52:13 UTCEzekielT Maybe we should tag all of them (Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Netherlands, Aruba, Sint Maarten, and Curaçao) as admin_level=2, as they're all officially countries!
132017-12-06 20:58:34 UTCEzekielT As in:

Kingdom of the Netherlands (including the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten) -> admin_level=2

Netherlands -> admin_level=2

Curaçao -> admin_level=2.

Aruba -> admin_level=2.

Sint Maarten -> admin_level=2.
142017-12-07 03:15:43 UTCtbakhuis Seems correct to me. Indeed they're are all countries
12017-12-04 10:42:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello BlinkingNora and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Thanks for all your updates around Littlehampton. I just wondered about the change to this landuse though - it was "residential" before, and on the imagery it still looks fairly residential, is it really best described as commercial?
Hope ...
12017-12-04 00:14:04 UTCSomeoneElse ... so there was I looking for wind turbines, and I found this one. It's the only "power:generator=wind", and there are various other ones in use: https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/search?q=wind#values .
12017-12-03 19:06:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
It looks like that's already mapped as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/165124356 .
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-12-03 17:59:13 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Lots of buildings here have the same tags as https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/343819447 . Is that correct, or has it perhaps been copied to them all by mistake?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-12-03 13:00:52 UTCSomeoneElse "disconnected highway" is because it isn't joined to the roads at either end. You can see that by looking at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/544319672 - if it was joined at either end you'd see each end say "part of way ..." like https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/38499018 does...
12017-12-02 23:16:38 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Krital,
As previously mentioned in http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1618 , you're adding strange numbered points again, this time as "tourist attractions" Can you explain what they are?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-30 12:24:59 UTCSomeoneElse Can yo provide a little more detail about this change other than just "boundary corrections"? As I'm sure you're aware, a number of the boundaries here are disputed, and it'd be helpful to other mappers to explain what was wrong and what the change was in more detail.
Best Regards,
Andy...
22017-12-01 07:16:17 UTCwambacher Hi Ivan,

beside the fact, that this was a political motivated edit (Rep Srpska is NOT an internationally recognised country), you made some technical errors.

changes have been reverted.
32017-12-03 21:40:12 UTCmichalfabik Hi Ivan,
you renamed the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina relation to "Herceg Bosna", why? I renamed it back to "Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine" as there is no recognised entity under the name of "Herceg Bosna". I'm quite certain that you know this very well.
...
42017-12-04 04:11:20 UTCwambacher @michal i tried to revert his changes, may be i missed that?
52017-12-04 07:00:20 UTCmichalfabik Hi, yeah, it looks like it. I downloaded all three admin_level=4 relations that make up Bosnia and everything seemed fine, there was just this one glaring "error". It should be ok now.
12017-11-29 19:32:32 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking - have you checked this edit with the local community? http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44078077 suggests it's an actual deliberate name change.
NPR suggests it's a valid change too.
22017-11-29 19:38:07 UTCRanger444 Wow, I had no idea they changed the name. Thought someone was messing with the data.

I've reverted it
32017-11-29 19:44:59 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
42017-11-29 19:46:30 UTCRanger444 I thought the language was Russian...
52017-11-29 19:52:47 UTCCinderBDT907 https://www.facebook.com/COBarrow/photos/a.561904543975776.1073741828.560850137414550/886154371550790/?type=3&permPage=1
62017-11-29 19:59:23 UTCRanger444 Thanks Cinder, I looked at a few articles after SomeoneElse commented on the changeset and I changed it back...
12017-11-27 17:32:23 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I know that it was a long time ago, but in this changeset you've added the same river twice. Have a look at
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/905736932
and
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/905751387
and see also
https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/5734699
https://www.openstreet...
22017-11-27 17:33:15 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour,
Je sais que c'était il y a longtemps, mais dans ce changeset vous avez ajouté la même rivière deux fois. Jettes un coup d'oeil à
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/905736932
et
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/905751387
et voir aussi
https://www.ope...
12017-11-27 11:29:41 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks (the perils of cut and paste!)
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.
12017-11-26 16:24:15 UTCSomeoneElse Mind if I change https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1262117773 etc. to "information=route_marker" and then add them to the Heart of England Way relation?
Cheers,
Andy
22017-11-27 08:53:56 UTCbrianboru No problem. Go ahead
12017-11-26 15:14:47 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Looking at https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/search?q=pillbox#values the most popular tagging seems to be "military=bunker" together with "bunker_type=pillbox". https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1916451008 is an example of it.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-09 11:49:34 UTCSomeoneElse Not sure how it happened, but a node got added in the Pacific in this change: https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4814186894/history :)
22017-11-25 15:52:44 UTCSomeoneElse I've deleted it.
12017-10-22 01:28:00 UTCSomeoneElse If you want to test stuff, there's a test site over at https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ that you can use.
It's probably about time that these were changed back to houses...
22017-11-25 15:52:22 UTCSomeoneElse I've changed them back.
12017-11-25 15:02:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hello
From the decription, it looks like http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5150025623 might actually be a brewery rather than just a bar. In order to add a brewery to OSM you'll need to use a different editor to MAPS.ME - it only allows the creation of basic points of interest. If you go to https...
12017-11-05 15:56:35 UTCmueschel Hi,
could you please have a look at these changes? You added some "highway=residential" to objects which should rather be buildings.

Jan
22017-11-25 14:24:27 UTCSomeoneElse I've reviewed these, changed the "buildings" to buildings and removed some that just looked like a bit of concrete had been swept.
12017-11-25 12:53:06 UTCSomeoneElse Hello nabla_de,
This is a very big changeset - it covers most of the planet. It is difficult for other mappers to see what changed with changesets that are so large. Can you explain what changes you were making in here and what the source was? The changeset comment is just "ways corrected&q...
22017-11-25 12:54:14 UTCSomeoneElse Hallo nabla_de,
Das ist ein sehr großer Changeset - er deckt den größten Teil des Planeten ab. Für andere Mapper ist es schwierig zu sehen, was sich bei so großen Changesets geändert hat. Kannst du erklären, welche Änderungen du hier vorgenommen hast und w...
12017-11-25 11:58:08 UTCSomeoneElse Hello sltyu03 and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
If you're wondering what this email is about it's about some OpenStreetMap edits you did back in June (along with the rest of a class?). We're trying to get in touch with the person who was teaching the class so if you can remember who that was it'd be g...
12017-11-25 11:57:14 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Jonathan and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
If you're wondering what this email is about it's about some OpenStreetMap edits you did back in June (along with the rest of a class?). We're trying to get in touch with the person who was teaching the class so if you can remember who that was it'd be ...
12017-11-25 11:56:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hello GracesChing and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
If you're wondering what this email is about it's about some OpenStreetMap edits you did back in June (along with the rest of a class?). We're trying to get in touch with the person who was teaching the class so if you can remember who that was it'd ...
12017-11-25 11:55:26 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Claudia Gee and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
If you're wondering what this email is about it's about some OpenStreetMap edits you did back in June (along with the rest of a class?). We're trying to get in touch with the person who was teaching the class so if you can remember who that was it'd ...
12017-11-25 11:53:28 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Ng Jin Jing and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
If you're wondering what this email is about it's about some OpenStreetMap edits you did back in June (along with the rest of a class?). We're trying to get in touch with the person who was teaching the class so if you can remember who that was it'd ...
12017-11-25 01:01:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-25 01:03:57 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 54062701 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some test data including near null island
12017-11-22 22:58:42 UTCSomeoneElse I don't think that the chemists in Clipstone was ever a hospital was it? https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/541972384/history
22017-11-23 07:33:32 UTCBCNorwich Hi SomeoneElse, the present tags were not from myself, a search shows the facility mapped to have actually been Clipstone Health Centre. If it's confirmed to not be now closed it ought to be tagged disused.
Regards Bernard
32017-11-24 15:08:36 UTCSomeoneElse Well (the chemists) was shut when I was there. It looks like a new mapper added the "hospital". They've only been mapping for a couple of days so I'll let them get their feet under the table before pinging them with questions :)
12017-11-20 18:31:26 UTCSomeoneElse Er no, not a "shop=beauty". Please don't mechanically edit things that are not simple typos.
22017-11-21 07:04:28 UTCobserver Can you please explain why you invent tags for yourself with capitals, add a 'shop' without address, website or what so ever and then start to complain about so-called mechanical edits? My tagging is according to the wiki and the rules that are set out in there and I find your behaviour quite worryi...
32017-11-24 00:38:31 UTCSomeoneElse > Can you please explain why you
> invent tags for yourself with capitals ...
No, "shop=tanning" - the "T" was just a typo.
> ... add a 'shop' without address,
> website or what so ever...
When I walked past it was dark. Funnily enough the website (if there is...
42017-11-24 08:10:50 UTCobserver The fix was not made because of a typing error but because the tagging scheme seemed inappropriate to me. I tried to do a good thing and I am still flabbbergasted about the reaction.
52017-11-24 09:35:40 UTCobserver The 'normal' tagging scheme is shop=beauty and beauty=tanning. If this is expressed like shop=tanning than this can only mean that the tanning is unrelated to beauty. If this is not what the mapper intended than it is a mistake to tag it in that way. I just tried to help the mapper.
62017-11-24 09:42:31 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for trying to help, but maybe the best way to find out what the mapper intended is to actually ask them? In this case "tanning" is on page 13 of 860 of https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/shop#values - it's far from a "long tail" value (and there's nothing wrong with &...
72017-11-24 15:24:52 UTCobserver I understand what you say but it only takes away the fun of contributing to osm. Also I dind't expect to get involved in such a long discussion over something that looks like a minor detail to me. And I really don't understand the purpose of so many different tags that mean the same. And if they don...
82017-11-27 10:48:49 UTCobserver "maybe the best way to find out what the mapper intended is to actually ask them?"

The name is "The Tanning Room" and the type was "Tanning." There was no reason to doubt the intention.

Whenever I add data to OSM it is no longer my data. Anyone can change it, add...
12017-11-23 23:39:10 UTCSomeoneElse Unfortunately it looks like you "corrected" self intersections in some Pokemon doodles here :)
12017-11-19 09:21:30 UTCSomeoneElse The wikidata entry for https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/255467667 looks wrong to me. The link is to the wikidata entry for the character, not to the statue itself.
22017-11-20 20:59:17 UTCnyuriks Agree. This is part of the wp/wd -> subject:wp/wd, or artist:*, or several other ones. Specifically for the fictional characters, most likely its a subject. I have made a task for this - please click "save" on it if you agree.
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Link_Improve...
32017-11-20 22:56:01 UTCSomeoneElse Er - I've no idea why you're saying 'please click "save" on it if you agree'. If you've added a wikidata tag in error (as appears to be the case here) just remove it. There is no need to have "made a task for this".
12017-11-20 18:40:18 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking - have you actually surveyed these? Some have been changed from abandoned to razed; some from dismantled from abandoned. https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/229069543/history for example has a note on it saying that that nothing's visible from the path; are you now saying that something...
22017-11-20 18:45:47 UTCSomeoneElse Also, from memory, aren't bits of https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/16521029/history visible (as openings onto the tunnel) from the street?
32017-11-20 18:50:55 UTCSomeoneElse Is the path https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/99777062/history designated as a public footpath for the whole length? Is any stretch beyond it if any is designated? There was/is a fixme node at https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1153360498 .
12017-11-19 20:08:07 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Thanks for deleting the "Sri Lankan buildings" in the middle of the Atlantic. As well as those though the Atlas buoy http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3815077900/history also got deleted. I've undeleted it.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-19 20:08:53 UTCSomeoneElse Здравствуйте,
Спасибо, что удалили «здания Шри-Ланки» в середине Атлантики. Как и те, которые, несмотря на то, что Atlas buoy http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3815077900/history также удал...
32017-11-19 22:12:01 UTCForstEK Sorry, didn't know about this point. Thanks for fix, i'll be more careful :)
12017-11-19 20:05:45 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
I think that something went a bit wrong here - it looks like you added some buildings in the middle ot the Atlantic here.
Someone's deleted them now.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-18 11:09:38 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for adding these. I had no idea there was a crossing across the 680 entry ramp at http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/541384478 - don't think I'd fancy trying it in the dark!
12017-11-05 13:27:16 UTCzstadler Hi,

In this edit you have created several issue by moving nodes belonging to ways in the Weizzman Institute.

For example, https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53397135 was distorted because https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/909597094 was moved.
.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/5114682...
22017-11-07 07:54:55 UTCSafwatHalaby Moovit Team seem to never respond to changeset comments. Are they a single person or a generic account?
32017-11-07 07:57:51 UTCSafwatHalaby For the record: https://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=1190212
42017-11-07 08:01:30 UTCSafwatHalaby I've sent them a PM, in case that catches their attention.
52017-11-07 13:25:42 UTCzstadler I've sent the following e-mail to the OSM Data Working Group:
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Hello DWG members,
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Over the last 3 years 13 changesets created by Moovit Team have been discussed with a total of 16 comments regarding potential mapping errors. The Moovit Team did not respond to any of them.
.
We would appreci...
62017-11-08 17:48:55 UTCSafwatHalaby The DWG have soft-blocked Moovit Team, until they read this message: https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1620
72017-11-08 17:52:10 UTCSafwatHalaby I suspect they've already introduced many weird access tags that were uncaught by our QA.
82017-11-16 15:12:54 UTCSomeoneElse @Safwat The change at http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53842443 suggests that "Moovit Team" might actually be reacting to comments, even if they're not replying in changeset discussions.
Best Regards,
Andy
92017-11-16 20:56:25 UTCSafwatHalaby No, that's a generic description I've seen earlier too. And the post-block permissions still look weird and out of place with the normal way we tag footways or paths. The soft block had no effect whatsoever on behavior or communication as of now.
102017-11-16 20:57:14 UTCSafwatHalaby For instance, this is totally confusing: https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53842919 , why not just use highway=footway?
112017-11-16 20:59:42 UTCSafwatHalaby Specifically, this way was edited after the block: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/541053309
122017-11-16 21:06:33 UTCSafwatHalaby I sent the following "support request" from their site, in case they're somehow missing this:
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Hello, your OpenStreetMap editing account, "Moovit Team", is not behaving according to community standards. Since 2014, several users asked questions about many different edits, and ...
132017-11-19 11:55:12 UTCMoovit Team Thank you for your comments.
Up until now, we did not received updates regarding discussion about our edits.
In the following days we will check your comments and reply accordingly.

Thanks for your understanding,
Moovit Team.
142017-11-21 12:19:11 UTCMoovit Team Hi Zeev,

Thank you for the detailed comments.

In this changes set i tried to change the name of the street and verify that the permissions are correct.
If i make change in the graphic line you are more than welcome to reverse my changes.

Sorry if the change I made caused you problems.
152017-11-21 13:22:02 UTCzstadler Hello Moovit Team,
Thank you for responding to the comments.
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If I understand you correctly, you have modified the geometry of ways and location of nodes when you wanted just to change their tags.
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IMO, it is an unreasonable conduct for a mapper with more than 1000 edits.
12017-11-16 10:54:21 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap,
You've tagged http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/537394875/history with a name of "non exsist boundary". Is this country boundary not in the correct place, and if not where should it be?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-16 00:19:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-13 18:47:29 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - it looks like you added the "learnosm" test data to OSM by accident here. It's not your fault - there's supposed to be a flag in that to prevent that happening :)
12017-11-13 18:46:50 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - it looks like you added the "learnosm" test data to OSM by accident here. It's not your fault - there's supposed to be a flag in that to prevent that happening :)
12017-11-13 01:08:52 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As has been pointed out on the "imports" mailing list a number of times over the last month or so, there are still problems with newly-added sidewalks not actually joining to anything. https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/540087287 is an example in this changeset.
Back in September ...
22017-11-13 05:06:17 UTC3vivekb Hi Andy. I'm the project leader. I'll reply to your email on the imports list shortly.
12017-11-13 00:58:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
There seems to be a bit of a problem with at least one of the sidewalks added here -
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/540095721 doesn't actually connect to anything else. Without connections, nothing that consumes OSM data will be able to do anything useful w...
12017-11-12 22:02:16 UTCSomeoneElse I've never been there, but can't believe that "wreck" makes sense here?
22017-11-12 22:35:13 UTCSK53 I dont either & sound mirror isnt spelt correctly.
32017-11-12 22:39:47 UTCSK53 Looks like it was mentor tag-fiddling http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/24464842, but I now seem to have changed it to fix (wtf !?)
12017-11-12 21:31:51 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing that the spelling of "Mandale Enginer House" on http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5198601990 is possibly a typo?
22017-11-13 16:51:56 UTCdudone Corrected to "Engine". Thanks

Dudley
12017-11-12 18:22:39 UTCSomeoneElse The signage I've seen is at the north of the rec ground that has the football goals on it. The cricket ground just has signage for "Farnsfield Cricket Club".
If you know someone that has better information then please update it - someone who lives there is far more likely to know than ...
12017-11-12 10:07:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain what "piste_type=yes" (with no other tags) on http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/539965621 is supposed to indicate?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-11 20:42:26 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I now that this was a long time ago, but I think that something went wrong with https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/256251796, historic is set to "{'ruins': 1}".
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-11 20:43:07 UTCSomeoneElse Cześć,
To było dawno temu, ale myślę, że coś poszło nie tak z https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/256251796, historia jest ustawiona na "{'ruins': 1}".
Z poważaniem,
Andy
12017-11-11 17:08:27 UTCSomeoneElse
Hi,
Not sure exactly what happened, but http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/522140839 was set as construction. That way was created here, but likely split from something else. I've removed the construction tag, but I suspect that it belongs on a subarea somewhere.
Cheers,
Andy
12017-11-10 11:50:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello, http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/417842657/history seems occupy the same site as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/400012874 . Do you know which one is correct?
22017-11-10 11:51:14 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour, http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/417842657/history semble occuper le même site que http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/400012874. Savez-vous lequel est correct?
12017-11-09 11:50:57 UTCSomeoneElse You've said here "Fix self intersection of area outline.". Could you explain what the problem actually was?
22017-11-09 12:10:51 UTCBCNorwich Hi The changeset shows that one node (5215244108, v2) was removed from way (256223532, v4). If you temporarily revert the changeset you can easily see what changes have been made. The removed node was at the north east of the landuse=farmland area where it borders the wood, here :- https://osm.org/g...
12017-11-09 11:40:13 UTCSomeoneElse Hello, something's gone a bit wrong here. You've added something in the middle of the Indian ocean https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4718693707/history and a number of other empty nodes and a shelter in a car park?
12017-11-09 11:35:13 UTCSomeoneElse I've removed https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1102481393/history as it presumably doesn't exist in that location :)
12017-11-09 11:17:50 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - it looks like you added the "learnosm" test data to OSM by accident here. It's not your fault - there's supposed to be a flag in that to prevent that happening :)
12017-11-08 23:17:49 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You've changed "name" here from "name:ar" to "name:ckb". Obviously (as per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Kirkuk_%282017%29#Aftermath ) the situation on the ground is changing by the day and very much in a state of flux. Can you please explain your re...
12017-11-08 10:23:01 UTCSomeoneElse What actually is http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/768300036 ? The tags on there don't seem to make a lot of sense. Maybe one of them was added by mistake (7 years ago!) - normally what I'd do with those is try and contact the original mapper to find out what it actually is.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-10-27 13:22:12 UTCSomeoneElse Hello ans welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've used "Akros Global Health" as a source on http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/536038468 - what is "Akros Global Health"?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-29 13:07:40 UTCNakaner @SomeoneElse: See also https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53285199
32017-10-29 13:09:56 UTCNakaner @SomeoneElse: Seems to be an organized "import". I found another user (OSMCha filtering for changesets with more than 8000 additions): https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53282724
42017-11-05 04:47:22 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53501753 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some imported or semi-imported buildings including many overlaps in Zambia. An attempt to contact the mapper failed and communication via someone that appears to be the project co-ordin...
52017-11-07 21:01:44 UTCNakaner @SomeoneElse Was it intended to only revert parts of the "import"? Parts of the mess still exist (https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535616453#map=19/-14.54914/30.88742) and further changesets have been uploaded today.

Let me know if you need someone who runs complex_revert.pl for you. I...
62017-11-07 21:16:22 UTCSomeoneElse @nakaner yes, I deliberately only reverted the zch* changesets so far (after trying to contact them about it and receiving no response for a week). I'm aware of more problems, but the other Akros mappers made fewet mistakes. You'll notice that I've commented on changesets of each of them where ther...
12017-11-07 15:51:32 UTCSomeoneElse Hello, I've undeleted the Atlas buoy at latitude 0, longitude https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3815077900/history#map=6/3.217/0.945 which was (presumably accidentally) in this changeset.
Also, it would really help other mappers if you used meaningful changeset comments. "#Benin #Mono #Com&e...
22017-11-07 15:53:01 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour, j'ai remodelé la bouée Atlas à la latitude 0, longitude https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3815077900/history#map=6/3.217/0.945 qui était (probablement accidentellement) dans ce changeset.
En outre, cela aiderait vraiment les autres mappeurs si vous utilisiez de...
12017-11-07 12:21:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hello sbootsma and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Something seems to have gone wrong with one of the roads in this change:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/468933242/history#map=19/26.18926/88.36955

if you look at the history at the left you can see that lots of nodes got incorporated twice. Any...
22017-11-07 12:21:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hallo sbootsma en welkom bij OpenStreetMap!
Er is iets misgegaan met een van de wegen in deze wijziging:

http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/468933242/history#map=19/26.18926/88.36955

als je naar de geschiedenis aan de linkerkant kijkt, zie je dat veel knooppunten tweemaal zijn opgenomen. Enig i...
12017-11-06 21:02:26 UTCchillly This looks like an undiscussed mechanical edit. You MUST discuss edits like this before you make them and get broad agreement in the area, GB in this case.

You MUST not assume the wiki is correct.
22017-11-07 04:16:17 UTCthetornado76 No, this was not a mechanical edit. I had only change same never accepted tags and sometime misspell e.g. "amenity=Health Centre" changed to the accepted healthcare=centre
I know the wiki ist correct. Therefore I had changed this.
32017-11-07 09:31:57 UTCSomeoneElse On https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/173985450/history you haven't "changed" anything, you've just removed one tag. One of the reasons why mechanical edits such as this one should be discussed is that someone might be consuming that tag. It's highly unlikely that anyone would object to a...
42017-11-07 13:33:39 UTCthetornado76 In this case I had deleted this tag, because it was double - healthcare is the accepted tag.
I think it is not helpful, to add a new or a own useless medical tag, when there is a accepted tag.
I will not remove more useless medical tags
52017-11-07 16:10:30 UTCSK53 It is a highly dubious statement that "healthcare is the accepted tag". Certainly in the UK medical facilities are much more likely to be mapped using the amenity key. The various healthcare tagging schemas advocated on the wiki have never received much mainstream support from mappers, by ...
62017-11-07 16:32:41 UTCthetornado76 This is correct. Amenity=doctors is the most accepted tag for healthcare Worldwide. But I don't want to change it from centre to doctor. Because the tag which I had changed was medical_centre. Therefore I used the healthcare tag.
If you want you can also add amenity doctors.
12017-11-07 01:34:11 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - I think you've uploaded the "learnosm" test data into the middle of the Atlantic. Don't worry - I'll delete it.
12017-11-06 23:24:46 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
In this changeset you've added http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/538844018 which is an almost exact duplicate of http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/538716681 added just 11 hours previously.
As I said in http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1616 , please take a little more care as you're ad...
12017-11-06 23:11:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hello, and welcome to OSM!
You've added http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5063928804/history as a "highway=motorway_junction" called "Motor way". This seems unlikely in the location that you've added it. What was it that you were trying to add? Maybe there's a better way of d...
12017-10-31 22:20:45 UTCYorvik Prestigitator Why have you moved Monkton Road Pharmacy from its correct location to Healey Grove?
22017-11-06 20:31:42 UTCSomeoneElse For info - I've moved Monkton Road Pharmacy back to Monkton Road (accidental node drag I guess). Currently looking at https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53378694 .
32017-11-06 20:37:24 UTCSomeoneElse OK, that's now done in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53565633 . Elm Park Way is now back in the land of the living :)
12017-10-29 00:15:53 UTCMike Baggaley Hi, are Clare Bank and Dere Street alternative names for the same road? If so, name should be set to one of them and alt_name to the other. Can you please review?

Thanks,
Mike
22017-10-31 14:22:32 UTCsmb1001 I've had a look at other sources and relabelled the route from Whittonstall to Ebchester. Dere Street is the name of the Roman Road so only applies to the parts that intersect with the road. Chare Bank is the official name in Ebchester, but I can't see if it extends beyond the bridge.
32017-11-06 10:24:40 UTCSomeoneElse So should e.g. https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/4045056 be renamed back to Chare Bank? It's a few years since I drove up there, but I don't remember seeing any Dere Street signage (though it's memorable as a "long and straight road").
Best Regards,
Andy
42017-11-06 10:42:20 UTCsmb1001 The Ordnance Survey only lists the name Chare Bank in Ebchester itself - well before it reaches the bridge. It then lists B6309 after that. In addition it gives the name as Fine Lane when it turns north temporarily. On the straight part from there to Whittonstall it calls it Dere Street and B6309. A...
12017-11-02 17:46:58 UTCSK53 So you are also the person silently removing my bridge=footbridge tags too. Can you at the very least ask about these before changing them.
22017-11-02 17:54:25 UTCMike Baggaley Apologies for inadvertently failing to add a comment on the occasional change. If a way has highway=footway and bridge=yes then we know it is a footbridge.
32017-11-06 10:17:09 UTCSomeoneElse Mike,
Changing "bridge=<value>" to "bridge=yes" removes descriptive information from OSM. Please don't do it.
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
12017-11-06 07:02:47 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-06 07:02:41 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-06 07:02:36 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 17:09:24 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 17:09:16 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 17:09:08 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 11:25:21 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 09:24:38 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-05 09:04:22 UTCSomeoneElse Hello mdavenport1985,
There are at least a couple of problems with this changeset - http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5211700721/history appears to be a duplicate node of http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4445118202/history . Also there seems to be nothing in the Bing imagery to suggest that the u...
12017-11-04 23:15:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
not sure how it happened but http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5211235151/history is a "duplicate node" of http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2326986287/history which was created 4 years ago. Assuming these streets actually join, they should share nodes, and you can move fro one to t...
12017-11-04 22:02:23 UTCSomeoneElse Follow-on from http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53501753 (which hit 10k objects)
12017-11-04 13:18:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hello mdavenport1985,
As previously mentioned, I think that you're still "overinterpreting" aerial imagery somewhat. For example, I don't believe that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/538277195 is all building (note that there's no defined shadow to the south) whereas http://www.openstre...
12017-11-04 11:49:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Is https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4957653990 best described as a tourism=information? I presume that it's not actually accessible, being sat on the White House roof - presumably I'd attract a fair bit of attention if I tried to go up there.
It sounds like it's something more like a man_ma...
12017-11-02 09:19:07 UTCwill_p Hi Mike,

I object to the change you have made here. You have changed bridge=chain to bridge=yes. How has the data been improved by this? You appear to only be stripping out information. I don't believe there is any consensus that bridges must only be tagged with bridge=yes. bridge=chain identifie...
22017-11-02 09:26:25 UTCMike Baggaley Hi Will, the reason for doing this is that bridge=chain is not rendered as a bridge by OSM, and is not included in the list of approved values. The bridge has a note on it saying it is a chain so no information has been lost.
Regards,
Mike
32017-11-02 13:37:22 UTCRichard note= tags aren't machine-readable - so in practice, moving things from a machine-readable tag to a note means that they are practically lost to all consumers.

At the very least, this should have been moved to bridge:structure= rather than a note= .

There is no "list of approved values&qu...
42017-11-02 13:39:46 UTCSK53 On the contrary information has been lost: changing a tag to a note is always information loss. You are changing tagging for the renderer, a practice which has been discouraged for many years. Instead you should a) file an issue with the rendering github repository and b) improve the wiki documentat...
52017-11-02 13:43:43 UTCSomeoneElse To be honest, as there's no highway or railway over it I'd add the "man_made=bridge" object (as a closed way) if possible.
It'd donkey's years since I've been to the Priest House though, so my memory isn't up to it.
62017-11-02 15:56:09 UTCMike Baggaley The difficulty with having an indeterminate set of bridge values is that it is impossible to determine which of the unusual values are actually bridges. For example, there were quite a few bridge=culvert tags which on examination mostly turned out to be waterways below roads and should not have had ...
72017-11-02 17:37:33 UTCSomeoneElse > The difficulty with having an indeterminate set of bridge values is that it is impossible to determine which of the unusual values are actually bridges.

Speaking as someone who's done that, no it isn't:

https://github.com/SomeoneElseOSM/SomeoneElse-style/blob/master/style.lua#L506
82017-11-02 17:46:02 UTCMike Baggaley >Speaking as someone who's done that, no it isn't:

What you have actually done there is build your list of 'approved' values :)
92017-11-02 17:50:24 UTCRichard > it is impossible to determine which of the unusual values are actually bridges

That's a genuine issue, but one which would be better fixed by removing the not-actually-a-bridge values than by removing the actually-a-bridge values. ;)
102017-11-02 17:53:59 UTCSK53 No, he's built a list of values which he finds useful. One of the main points of OSM is to allow the description of the unusual & idiosyncratic because a rigid list of approved values inevitably cannot cope. People enforcing a set of values devalues what OSM is about. For instance you have chang...
112017-11-03 12:27:53 UTCSomeoneElse Yes - what SK53 has said is correct. It's probably clearer to look at some of the other examples in the same file (barriers, shops, offices). For example, depending on the application it might make sense to render or otherwise process a cycle_barrier the same as a motorcycle_barrier or it absolute...
12017-11-03 12:15:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please be aware that there are two nodes here - one for the town http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/599019138 and one for the province http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2914855220 . You've just changed the province one to place=town. Please be careful, especially when editing with OsmAnd (w...
12017-11-03 10:29:28 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
"fixed wrong name and added info" doesn't really explain what you changed here or why. If you'd said "changed name from version with '/' in it to the same as name:ckb, which is by far the most common used language here" that would explain things better to everyone.
12017-11-02 23:14:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535073780 overlaps http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/423968288 that was added a year ago.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-02 23:11:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535616453 overlaps http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/426382206 that was added a year ago. There are some other similar overlaps nearby.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-20 07:32:48 UTCharcher Good afternoon.

Could you please let me know which areas were reverted so I can look into them?

Thank you,
Helena
12017-10-27 13:30:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535984314 appears to be a duplicate of http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/494011885 that was added 5 months ago
Can you stop adding stuff for a while until we can sort out how to avoid these duplicates?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-02 23:09:09 UTCSomeoneElse Also http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535984187
overlaps
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/531282011 .
32017-11-05 04:47:14 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53501753 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some imported or semi-imported buildings including many overlaps in Zambia. An attempt to contact the mapper failed and communication via someone that appears to be the project co-ordin...
12017-11-02 22:59:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/508436188 overlaps http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/407586677 .
Presumably something went wrong when you were uploading it?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-02 22:56:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello, building http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507733122 overlaps
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507403088 .Presumably something went wrong with the upload?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-10-29 13:08:57 UTCNakaner Hi harcher,

this and your previous changesets seem to be an import. When was this import discussed on the international Imports mailing list? Where is this import documented at the OSM wiki?

Imports must comply with the Import Guidelines (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines)....
22017-10-30 10:05:04 UTCharcher Good morning,
Although it's large amount of data, it's not an import in the sense referred to in the Wiki. We had a team of enumerators drawing houses in QGIS using DigitalGlobe images, and are uploading that information in batches. It was preferably logistically to do in QGIS for data cleaning and...
32017-11-01 20:36:23 UTCNakaner Hi Helena,

thank you for your response. Could you please provide the license agreement between Digital Globe and you which explicitly allows you to upload traced features to OpenStreetMap?

If you edit OSM, you must not user sources we are not explicitly allowed to use.

Best regards

Micha...
42017-11-02 06:04:55 UTCharcher Good morning Michael,

I can look into this, but the DigitalGlobe Standard images available via JOSM are already match the features we have drawn? That is, we could have created the same shapefile in OSM as it's the same source.

Warmly,
Helena
52017-11-02 22:37:09 UTCSomeoneElse @harcher "batches are also cleaned against existing OSM data before uploading to prevent duplication and overlap (i.e., areas with previously drawn structures). "
This hasn't happened in a number of places, such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53283139 . I commented there 7 da...
62017-11-07 21:02:34 UTCNakaner Hi Helena,

the features you uploaded today do not match any of the imagery we are allowed to use (example: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/539035317). In addition, nobody from your team proved that you have the permission to use imagery from "DigitalGlobe EV Webhosting". The lack of a...
72017-11-07 21:36:52 UTCharcher Good evening,
If you could provide me an email address or other means to upload files, I would be happy to share with you a screenshot that shows where the shapefiles align with DigitalGlobe Premium Images available in JOSM for Siavonga. Additional structures may be drawn in, but this is likely due...
82017-11-07 21:44:17 UTCNakaner Hi Helena,

you can either upload the agreement to the OSM wiki or send it to ahfogoo2xugohj4iy2li@michreichert.de (the email address is a temporary alias and will be deleted in a few weeks for spam protection).

Best regards

Michael
92017-11-08 18:58:10 UTCNakaner Hi Helena,

thank you for sending me the email. I will have a look on it and forward it to SomeoneElse.

Best regards

Michael
12017-11-02 22:09:52 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-02 22:09:38 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-11-01 19:59:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Thanks for tidying these up!
Cheers,
Andy
12017-11-01 14:34:16 UTCandi9876 Dear, please stop add viewpoints, remeber it´s visible for everybody!
22017-11-01 14:50:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Krital and Welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You may not be aware, but when you edit OpenStreetMap you're editing a map that everyone can see, not just your personal copy. Please do continue editing, but please do only add things that are verifiable on the ground. If you want to add a personal bookma...
32017-11-01 14:54:04 UTCSomeoneElse ជំរាបសួរលោក Krital និងសូមស្វាគមន៍មកកាន់ OpenStreetMap!
អ្នកប្រហែលជាមិនដឹងទេប៉ុន្តែនៅពេលដែលអ្នកកែសម្រួល OpenStreetMap អ្នកកំពុ...
12017-10-31 15:15:17 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Did you create http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/3765 and http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/3766 ? If so, you might want to have a look at https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53348097 and the mailing list thread at https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2017-October/079378.html .
B...
12017-10-31 15:09:58 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I think you might be overinterpretating the imagery a bit here. I can't see any source for http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/537176988#map=19/25.35680/-12.04784 in any of the available imagery and at http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5202318119/history it looks like the wall goes north, not eas...
12017-10-31 14:51:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Looking at some of the changes here such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/536717413 I think you may be "overinterpreting" the imagery somewhat.
If you look at the different imagery choices available you can get a feeling for the scale quite while,...
12017-10-31 13:12:24 UTCSomeoneElse Your changes to https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/530914953/history suggest that this is simply a mechanical edit made without engaging your brain. Clearly the mapper there has misunderstood how to map amenities; you have now made the map suggest that the entire pier area is a toliet.
22017-11-17 18:23:51 UTCPolarbear @geozeisig, this is exactly what I was trying to explain in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/53295049 - your mechanical edits are covering underlying problems.
And you do not even fix your errors when being pointed to. You just jump to another tag for a mechanical edit.
Fixed harbour ->...
32017-11-18 10:28:18 UTCwoodpeck_repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53896411 where the changeset comment is: revert mechanical edits by geozeisig
12017-10-26 15:44:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Here you appear to have changed a number of "shop=pharmacy" to "amenity=pharmacy".
Are you sure that that is appropriate in all cases rather than e.g. "shop=chemist"?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-27 08:00:43 UTCgeozeisig "shop=pharmacy" is rejected, so we should use "amenity=pharmacy" instead.
Best Regards,
Dieter
32017-10-31 13:10:16 UTCSomeoneElse I didn't say "shop=pharmacy", I said "shop=chemist". I've reverted this. Local mappers will be able to pick up the correct tagging in each case.
42017-11-18 10:28:16 UTCwoodpeck_repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53896411 where the changeset comment is: revert mechanical edits by geozeisig
12017-10-31 12:48:14 UTCSomeoneElse You've used a comment here of "PossibleSynonym", but I think you need to explain a bit more about why you've deleted a couple of the things here.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-11-02 13:41:49 UTCPolarbear Hi geozeisig (deutsch auf Anfrage),
in your effort to change market->marketplace,
1.
in https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/76200283 you deleted a pedestrian area (which appears to be too large according to current Bing, but did you check locally that the buildings are still there and not demol...
32017-11-18 10:28:17 UTCwoodpeck_repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53896411 where the changeset comment is: revert mechanical edits by geozeisig
12017-10-31 11:37:40 UTCSomeoneElse Please don't fight edit wars in OSM over political disputes.
http://osm.mapki.com/history/way.php?id=45382981
Where there are disputes, the OSMF rules are set out at http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf . Specifically, the "on the ground rule" a...
22017-10-31 11:38:39 UTCSomeoneElse No lluiteu contra les guerres d'edició a OSM per disputes polítiques.
Http://osm.mapki.com/history/way.php?id=45382981
Quan hi ha disputes, les regles OSMF es detallen a http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf. Concretament, s'aplica la regla &q...
12017-10-31 08:38:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello FreedSky,
Please use changeset comments for your edits http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/FreedSky/history explaining what you're changing and what the source is. Changes to national borders, especially where there are multiple claims, should be clearer so that all relevant parties have a cha...
22017-10-31 08:39:02 UTCSomeoneElse 你好FreedSky,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/FreedSky/history说明您正在改变的内容以及来源是什么。 对国界的变化,特别是多方面的要求应该更清楚,所有有关方面都有机会看看和评论所做的改变。
OpenStreetMap,所以请说明你的修改...
12017-10-30 19:35:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
In order for things using OpenStreet data to understand that the thing that you've added is a bus stop you'll want to tell it that it's a bus stop (other than just having the name "Bus Stop").
In the editor that you're using, if you click on the point...
12017-10-29 11:19:21 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Does the deletion of http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/505783410/history and the other edits around
http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=16/39.8654/43.6789 (you'll need to edit the area; many ways have no tags) look OK to you?
I'm asking because you edited there previously.
The mapper who de...
22017-10-29 11:19:34 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour,
Est-ce que la suppression de http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/505783410/history et les autres modifications autour
http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=16/39.8654/43.6789 (vous aurez besoin de modifier la zone, de nombreuses façons n'ont pas de balises) vous semble OK?
Je demande par...
32017-11-03 23:37:41 UTCGhybu Hello,
Unfortunately, he continues to give bad informations...

Thank you for your vigilance
Ghybu
12017-10-29 11:15:53 UTCSomeoneElse Hello fatih sadak,
Can you explain what http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/536616877 is please? It has no tags on it and doesn't match anything in the imagery.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-29 11:16:19 UTCSomeoneElse Merhaba fatih sadak,
Http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/536616877 neyle ilgili lütfen açıklayabilir misiniz? Üzerinde etiketi yok ve görüntüdeki hiçbir şeyle eşleşmiyor.
Saygılarımla,
Andy
12017-10-26 14:51:53 UTCneuhausr Hi, I noticed you created these walking paths as one long line. Instead of doing this and creating overlapping paths, you should create smaller lines that connect to each other at nodes. Thanks for mapping!
22017-10-26 17:28:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hi SmokedSkull,
Welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Please don't reply like that to someone who's trying to help you - everyone understands that it can be difficult to get the hang of things at first, which is why the comment above was added. They're trying to help, not to criticise.
Best Regards,
Andy
32017-10-28 08:47:55 UTCSomeoneElse (for info I've hidden the comments above that caused my comment)
42017-10-28 22:03:48 UTCSmokedSkull Lick my nutsack
12017-10-27 13:34:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I don't think that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535979294 is a motorway! Did you tag it as that by mistake?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-10-26 14:56:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hello saboorkhan123,
Are you sure that https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535486835/history is really a secondary road?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-26 18:26:22 UTCSomeoneElse හෙලෝ සෝවර්කෝන්123,
Https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535486835/history යනු ද්විතීයික මාර්ගයක්දැයි ඔබට විශ්වාසද?
සුභ පතමින්,
ඇන්ඩි
12017-10-26 14:42:12 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Unfortunately, we've had to undo this change - it added some things in the middle of the sea that obviously don't exist.
Please can you ask who is in charge of "#missingmap_eastern_University" to get in touch with OpenStreetMap's Data Working Group ple...
22017-10-26 18:25:58 UTCSomeoneElse OpenStreetMap වෙත සාදරයෙන් පිළිගනිමු!
අවාසනාවකට මෙන්, මෙම වෙනස අහෝසි කිරීමට සිදු විය. එය පැහැදිලිවම නොපවතින මුහුද මැද සමහ...
12017-10-26 14:36:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Unfortunately we've had to undo this change - you'd added a number of features to northern Canada that don't actually exist (large buildings, drawn lines etc.).
Please can you ask who is in charge of "#missingmap_eastern_University" to get in touch wit...
22017-10-26 18:25:30 UTCSomeoneElse ආයුබෝවන්! OpenStreetMap වෙත ඔබව සාදරයෙන් පිළිගනිමු!
අවාසනාවකට අපි මෙම වෙනස අහෝසි කළ යුතුව තිබුණි - උතුරු කැනඩාවට ඇත්ත වශයෙ...
12017-10-26 14:29:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!,
Is https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535524941 really a one-way primary motorroad?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-26 18:25:03 UTCSomeoneElse ආයුබෝවන්! Welcome to OpenStreetMap !, ආයුබෝවන්!
Https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/535524941 ඇත්ත වශයෙන්ම එක් මාර්ගයක් ප්රාථමික මෝටර් මාර්ගයක්ද?
සුභ පතමි...
12017-10-26 14:12:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello saboorkhan123 and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Unfortunately, something went very wrong here - a whole town got moved 100km to the east. Please don't do anything in OpenStreetMap for a couple of hours until we've sorted things out.
Once that's happened, can you ask who is in charge of "#m...
22017-10-26 18:24:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello saboorkhan123 සහ OpenStreetMap වෙත ඔබව සාදරයෙන් පිළිගනිමු!
අවාසනාවකට, යමක් මෙතැන වැරදියි - මුළු නගරයම කිලෝමීටර් 100 ක් නැඟෙනහිර දෙස...
12017-10-26 18:22:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
I'm not sure how it happened, but some data got added in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean here.
I've deleted it.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-26 18:23:12 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour et bienvenue sur OpenStreetMap!
Je ne sais pas comment c'est arrivé, mais certaines données ont été ajoutées à l'océan Atlantique ici.
Je l'ai supprimé.
Meilleures salutations,
Andy
12017-10-26 14:48:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Suthakaran,
There seems to be a problem with a number of the "#missingmap_eastern_university" and other related changesets by new mappers. Some of them have been adding large doodles - maybe they didn't realise that they were adding data to the live server? Also a new mapper moved ...
12017-10-24 19:37:09 UTCSomeoneElse Are you sure that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/398397867/history is better described as a hotel than a resort?
22017-10-25 07:14:02 UTCgeozeisig Ok resort is correct in this place. But you should add the buildings with tourism=hotel.
32017-11-18 10:28:16 UTCwoodpeck_repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53896411 where the changeset comment is: revert mechanical edits by geozeisig
12017-10-24 11:35:31 UTCSomeoneElse "source=Knowledge" means you've personally surveyed all of these, presumably? :)
22017-10-24 11:39:49 UTCkkrawczyk No - knowledge about tagging "pharmacy". If you check the history, you will notice that I changed tag shop=pharmacy to amenity=pharmacy
32017-10-24 13:48:29 UTCSomeoneElse How do you know that these items should have been tagged as "amenity=pharmacy" rather than "shop=chemist" (a perfectly valid but slightly different OSM tag)?
This is one reason among several why it's a good idea to discuss mechanical edits before doing them, as discussed in http...
12017-10-21 11:48:05 UTCwoodpeck Hello Владимир, against my warning you have reverted my changeset 53114647 instead of waiting for me to repair the problems. Now you are responsible for creating things like this: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/384176165 and several 1000 other SEO entries in OpenStreetMap. Will you continu...
22017-10-23 21:32:31 UTCwoodpeck I see that you're making edits again; would you kindly comment on my question above? Do you intend to do anything about the SEO entries that you have re-added to OSM in this changeset?
32017-10-24 06:32:31 UTCВладимир К I didn't see any SEO entries. All POIs I saw are quite correct
42017-10-24 11:48:45 UTCSomeoneElse https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4744899123/history just looks residential to me. Are you sure that there's actually a furniture shop located there? If it's a "work from home" business, and there's nothing visible on the street, then it shouldn't really be in OSM. Also, you've left th...
52017-10-24 12:37:03 UTCwoodpeck The changeset contains a ton of nodes that are meaningless in OSM because they lack a POI type, but that carry advertising messages like this one: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/529863394 - or look at the way I pointed to in my comment above (a highway with a spammy description added), or click o...
62017-10-24 12:58:48 UTCВладимир К @SomeoneElse
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4744899123 has website and address on it is same as on the node.
Anyway, I don't see there SEO or something else, you should delete node.

@woodpeck What do you want? revert my revert? You deleted valid buildings, highway, nodes. Do you want others...
72017-10-24 13:01:43 UTCВладимир К all I see are some invalid tags on some of these POI. They should be fixed, not deleted
12017-09-19 04:22:03 UTCSafwatHalaby Those image and "dataset" links are very strange. Mind explaining?
22017-09-19 04:27:08 UTCSafwatHalaby It appears those lead to sensor data. Perhaps the "image" tag should be renamed to "website" or some new tag. "image" is for images.
32017-10-12 06:24:12 UTCSomeoneElse @SafwatHalaby for info since there was no response here (possibly de to broken email) I sent a "message that has to be read" http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1564 .
42017-10-14 14:48:32 UTCcarlosz22 Hello.
This is not an import. We are working on a network of photometers and we are including them like any other meteorology station, it's a station for monitoring the sky brightness.
I used the tag image for image of the measures, maybe this is not correct, but I didn't find any other tag more e...
52017-10-14 14:49:18 UTCcarlosz22 And sorry, I don't respond to the previous messages because I din't see them.
62017-10-17 06:18:40 UTCSafwatHalaby I think you should be using "website" rather than "image". But let's wait for @SomeoneElse's reply. He knows better.
72017-10-17 06:33:43 UTCSomeoneElse @carlosz22 it still looks like an import to me - talking about the tags to be used before adding a large number of objects to OSM is one of the main steps set out at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines . I'd suggest that you follow those now (even if the discussion is after the in...
82017-10-21 17:20:10 UTCcarlosz22 Ok, I remove the tag image, no problem.
But it's not an import like it defined on the Wiki.
92017-10-21 17:25:20 UTCSomeoneElse Maybe you're reading a different wiki to me, but where did this data come from? Did you personally create it, either by by survey or by interpretation of imagery? Or did it come from some other source?
102017-10-21 17:35:12 UTCSafwatHalaby What would the right tag be? It's not image, and website is already occupied.
112017-10-21 18:31:43 UTCcarlosz22 I work in a project called Stars4All and one of the parts of the project is develop a network of photometers and include them in OpenStreetMap, the photometers are monitoring stations. All the data follows ODBL and it's totally open.
122017-10-21 18:34:44 UTCcarlosz22 And I'm the coordinator of the spread of photometers, so all the positions are from knowledge and survey.
12017-10-21 12:36:30 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset reverts some or all edits made in changesets 52610327, 52610406, 52610426, 52610526, 52610598, 52610647, 52610703, 52610758, 52610797, 52610831, 52610880, 52610951, 52610981, 52611017, 52611043, 52611135, 52611950, 52612086, 52612150, 52612191, 52612273, 52612337, 52612396, 52612420, ...
22017-10-21 13:03:51 UTCSomeoneElse The reason why this is larger than just NSW is that changesets such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/52640146 has a source of http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/business-industry/heavy-vehicles/maps/restricted-access-vehicles-map/map/ which was reverted here.
12017-10-18 21:00:16 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Are you sure that http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5024812100 isn't just drive-by spam? Also the equivalent node in LA? The London address looks fake for a couple of reasons - it's in Denmark Street, which is basically musical instrument shops and a few bars (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
22017-10-18 21:12:19 UTCChrissW-R1 Yes, I had looked this address at Google Street View and can't see something about a shop like this. I think it could be only an online shop.

But I don't want to remove it. Who knows, it could exist...
32017-10-18 23:21:47 UTCSomeoneElse If you think any of these might be valid, maybe try and contact the previous mappers?
12017-04-29 17:50:30 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset reverts some or all edits made in changesets 47946345, 47947047, 47947482, 47978416, 47980692, 48002126.
22017-10-18 07:45:40 UTCBCNorwich Hi, sorry to say there's a small anomaly at, Way: 184967148 a stream tagged as a bridge crossing Way: 488314032 a track tagged as a bridge. Ther's also a short section of duplicated track.
As I see you're doing several reverts I thought it best to let you know this problem.
Regards Bernard
32017-10-18 10:22:08 UTCSomeoneElse Re http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/184967148 , if you're familiar with the area then by all means fix it. If not, it'll clearly show up as a QA issue and someone who is familiar with the area will be able to fix it.
Unfortunately I haven't been walking that side of Keswick (other than just around...
12017-10-16 07:51:15 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You still are not using meaningful changeset comments. We know what "Hydrology" means, but it does not explain the process you are using.
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-10-16 21:34:55 UTCvelmyshanovnyi What would you write for this set?
I have no imagination
32017-10-17 06:37:22 UTCSomeoneElse I'd explain the process that you're going through to add the data. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Good_changeset_comments has some ideas.
42017-10-17 18:59:56 UTCvelmyshanovnyi thnx
12017-10-16 14:16:00 UTCSomeoneElse For information, I've re-added a lot of the language codes that you had previously removed from Lirkuk. If there are any problems, please contact data@osmfoundation.org .
This has been mentioned before, see http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1459 .
12017-10-15 10:01:12 UTCSomeoneElse Hello johanemilsson,
This is geographically a very large change with no comment explaining what was changed. Can you explain what you were changing and why?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-16 12:52:36 UTCjohanemilsson Hi Andy,
It sure is a large area. I forgot to add comment but it should be some like "Embassies missing representing country #maproulette-2791". Feel free to pitch in if you have any interest in foreign missions and some spare time :)
/Johan
32017-10-16 13:12:58 UTCSomeoneElse Are you sure that all the locations are correct? Many in the list seem to have been created by MAPS.ME users, who tend to use lesser-used tags (such as "embassy") to create personal markers. http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4697076691/history in particular seems odd; it was previously t...
42017-10-16 13:25:24 UTCSomeoneElse For info:
https://github.com/maproulette/maproulette2/issues/348
52017-10-17 06:24:40 UTCjohanemilsson Thanks for raising this issue! Will need to review my latest embassy edits.
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
12017-10-16 07:27:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Salaamlogari,
I think that this got saved accidentally - http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/532878906/history just seems like a doodle.
I've removed it.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-10-15 23:23:41 UTCSomeoneElse Hello velmyshanovnyi,
All of your recent changesets just have the changeset comment "#hidrology". Can you please start to use sensible changeset comments that describe the change that you made and what the source was (it doesn't appear to be Bing here, despite the tag).
22017-10-16 00:07:19 UTCvelmyshanovnyi server_api = bing
server_name = Bing
server_url = http://dev.virtualearth.net/REST/v1/Imagery/Metadata/Aerial?include=ImageryProviders&output=xml&key=Arzdiw4nlOJzRwOz__qailc8NiR31Tt51dN2D7cm57NrnceZnCpgOkmJhNpGoppU
32017-10-16 00:08:12 UTCvelmyshanovnyi Copyright © 2017 Microsoft and its suppliers. All rights reserved. This API cannot be accessed and the content and any results may not be used, reproduced or transmitted in any manner without express written permission from Microsoft Corporation.
42017-10-16 00:12:28 UTCvelmyshanovnyi Hello
I'm waiting for your apologies for blocking.... ))))
52017-10-16 00:16:04 UTCvelmyshanovnyi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrology
Hydrology subdivides into surface water hydrology, groundwater hydrology (hydrogeology), and marine hydrology. Domains of hydrology include hydrometeorology, surface hydrology, hydrogeology, drainage-basin management and water quality, where water plays the c...
62017-10-16 08:13:05 UTCNakaner The wiki page https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Good_changeset_comments explains what good changeset comments are and you are expected to use good changeset comments.
12017-10-15 22:16:17 UTCSomeoneElse This change, unlike the others by this account, actually seems plausible!
12017-10-15 18:43:53 UTCSomeoneElse Whilst I can understand why you've merged the wikipedia links of the NK region node into one, are you sure that (a) the content of the pages was actually the same and (b) the content of the one that you're now linking to (the AZ one) is neutral enough to be acceptable to the locals, who see themselv...
12017-10-15 12:14:28 UTCSomeoneElse It would help if you used English instead of saying things like "for auto-detected data problems, like disambigs and lists". Not everyone is familiar with wikibabble.
12017-10-15 12:11:53 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Should http://osm.mapki.com/history/way.php?id=98200263 be called the River Severn still? It had its name removed in this changeset - just wondering why.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-10-14 12:40:00 UTCSomeoneElse Which was the duplicate way that got removed here?
12017-10-02 17:25:24 UTCyaugenka Jay May, my changes did not delete the previous data, whereas your reverting messed everthing up! There are now duplicate data. If you are doing reverting, do it wisely!
22017-10-02 17:51:43 UTCyaugenka I do not mind if you put the previous "name:* values but please be kind to correct the mess and restore the new values I added.
32017-10-03 16:48:12 UTCJay May The values you added were wrong. The only thing called „Hudahaj” is the train station. Those villages are called „Stancyja Hudahaj” and „Maly Hudahaj” respectively. Why should I restore wrong data if I’ve been there a couple of times, the latest of which was...
42017-10-03 17:33:39 UTCyaugenka Read this document from the district's government website:
http://ostrovets.grodno-region.by/uploads/files/000225_408421__selskij_ispolnitelnyj_komitet.doc

I moved the values from "name" tags into "alt_name" tags and put names from the document into the "name" tags....
52017-10-04 09:10:07 UTCJay May Your threat of reporting the above to the DWG is absolutely ridiculous given the fact you are the one who has been reverting my changes without/before even asking why I made them, and thus you brought more confusion. Your behavior is contrary to the good practice of OSM, which pretty much puts your ...
62017-10-04 12:41:55 UTCSomeoneElse Er - I'm confused...
That document appears to be a document in Russian listing some village and settlement names in Russian. It merely confirms that these places have Russian names (which no-one disagrees with) as well as Belarusian names (which in this region I'm sure no-one disagrees with either...
72017-10-04 17:51:28 UTCyaugenka @SomeoneElse, that is exactly the case which we were explaning to everyone in defence of Russian names in the "name" tags - almost all offical documents and maps are in Russian language.
This document is on the govenment website, govenment exacutive authority of the Ostivetskiy disctrict ...
82017-10-04 18:57:00 UTCSomeoneElse @yaugenka As I said, no one doubts that these places have BE and RU names. What I was asking about was your change of e.g. http://osm.mapki.com/history/node.php?id=1286803731 to lose the "Станция" part of the name (regardless of language).
Separately to that, from looking at htt...
92017-10-04 19:33:21 UTCyaugenka @SomeoneElse, I'm not argueing about the use of the languigies right now. I just explained that regardless of that the document is in Russian it is an official one.
The official name of the both settlesments is "Гудогай" without the "Малый" and "Станция&q...
102017-10-04 20:02:57 UTCSomeoneElse It's perfectly possible for 2 settlements (with different names) to be part of one larger admin area - I live in a place exactly like that myself.
112017-10-04 20:15:29 UTCSomeoneElse Also - on the "official languages" point, there are many places in OSM where the "official" language isn't the one used by people and on signs locally, and as per http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf it's the language used by people and o...
122017-10-04 20:41:06 UTCyaugenka Sorry, I do not quite understand why we are discussing the use of language here. How is it related to the difference between "Станция Гудогай" and "Гудогай".
132017-10-04 21:07:25 UTCyaugenka You can also look up the names in the official registry of settlements at http://maps.by/searchate
Here is a screenshot from there
https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/2866539/17f558f07c38fa35fd106b9e0650c342
142017-10-04 21:22:17 UTCyaugenka If we talk just about the use of these names, then try to search for "Станция Гудогай" or "Малый Гудогай" on the web and you will get "п. Гудогай" and "д. Гудогай" instead, like on this wiki page
https://ru.wikipedia....
152017-10-05 11:16:56 UTCJay May If the values are wrong, I still don't see what I should keep them as they were.
I've corrected many mistakes on OSM where the ending was not the proper one or the name was wrong (just as in this case). I haven't seen districts of one locality signed whatsoever. For instance, Bialkiški use...
162017-10-05 17:31:44 UTCyaugenka I'm greatfull for your contributions but mapping settlements from signs is not enough. The reality is constantly changing. Some settlements get annexed by larger ones or become independent or are renamed or cease to exist at all. And road signs are always going behind these changes.
For example, Bi...
172017-10-05 18:23:12 UTCSomeoneElse > So one must always double check it
> with the official registry.
I can't comment about Belarus directly but "What people refer to a place and how they classify it" and "how something is treated officially" are often very different in OSM. In most places the former get...
182017-10-05 19:13:21 UTCyaugenka There is not a single settlement with "admin" tag in Belarus. All settlements are mapped with "place" tag and correspond to official registry. The prority of mapping for us is actually the law, then the registry and then the signs. Because first comes an official act (e.g. about ...
192017-10-06 06:24:36 UTCJay May Bialkiški was marked as a neighborhood by myself :)
There is one thing I noticed in Belarus (very similar to Lithuania and to Ireland): ZIP codes seem not to be used ... Maybe it would be good to find them and map them?
202017-10-06 07:42:37 UTCyaugenka Bialkiški was marked as a neighborhood by myself :)
xm.. the history says it different
http://osm.mapki.com/history/relation.php?id=6910214
http://osm.mapki.com/history/node.php?id=242995527
212017-10-06 08:19:14 UTCJay May Ah, rightttt. Looks like this Georgij also knows about this.
However, I am the one who created the relation between Bialkiški and Astraviec.
You are welcome to have a look if I did it the right way.
222017-10-06 16:22:39 UTCyaugenka Not quite. It would be correct if the area of Bialkiški was outside Astraviec. Astraviec would then consist of two separate polygons like in this example
http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/1996913.
But Bialkiški is within Astraviec, i.e. one polygon is within another and this will...
232017-10-07 20:20:52 UTCyaugenka I have fixed the alt_name*s of Гудогай by myself and submitted a request to our state authority to provide the name of the official act according to which the names were officially changed.
242017-10-09 11:12:01 UTCJay May O.K. To be honest, I wouldn't be surprised they are not even aware that those 2 villages have slightly different names ... I'm pretty confident their answer will be very interesting to read.
252017-10-13 16:13:10 UTCyaugenka Here is there answer
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bwqmq6xk-oieRzJfRThiUWNaOURLY3Q3SXFfRW82ZGJEVXUw
They say that the addressing system (which includes the registry) was formally launched in 2012 and the villages have always been named in the registry as "п. Гудогай" and &quo...
262017-10-13 18:49:21 UTCSomeoneElse However, the law doesn't affect how we generally map stuff in OSM - it's what's on the ground that matters.
Don't just take my word for it, either - here's an answer to a similar question elsewhere: https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-us/2017-October/017990.html .
272017-10-13 19:10:11 UTCyaugenka I understand the on the ground rule and do not insist on changing the name right now but they may and are likely to correct the sign soon. Is anyone going to travel there from time to time to track the change for the map to stay up to date?
282017-10-13 19:30:26 UTCSomeoneElse > Is anyone going to travel there from time to time to track the change for the map to stay up to date?
To be honest, it's how I keep stuff up to date where I live. Obviously (as Canadians on OSM lists point out regularly) that's less applicable to places with a significantly lower population d...
292017-10-13 19:58:47 UTCJay May I will be there in a week or two.
About what you mentioned above on the ground rule regarding India: English has been chosen despite being a minority language because it is a language that is displayed in every roadsign, no matter the language of the province. Same for Ireland or the non-Brussels b...
302017-10-13 20:33:54 UTCyaugenka Imagine your need to make a business trip to this village and got a ticke to "п. Гудогай" - that is the name which is used in all documents and on the web. So you search for that name on the map but don't find any because on the map it is named "Станция Гудогай&q...
312017-10-14 10:38:54 UTCJay May ...and then they arrive on-spot and see „Станцыя Гудагай” written in Belarusian, which makes them really wonder what exactly is wrong with those names ... Neither the language, neither the full name correspond. „Что сделать...”
322017-10-14 11:24:35 UTCSomeoneElse For info, there's a widely-used tag for the "official name" of places: https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/official_name .
332017-10-14 11:37:39 UTCyaugenka What is the sense of introducing one extra tag when 99.99% of names correspond to official ones and the remaing 0.01% is a \tneglect of the authorities who did not change the sign properly?
342017-10-14 11:40:20 UTCSomeoneElse Feel free to corretc me with actual numbers, but my impression so far is that a _very high percentage_ of names in OSM in BE don't match the names on the signs. One of the arguments put forward was that they are official names.
352017-10-14 11:43:44 UTCyaugenka >my impression so far is that a _very high percentage_ of names in OSM in BE don't match the names on the signs.
Can you give some examples apart from "Гудогай" where the names mismatch?
362017-10-14 11:55:11 UTCSomeoneElse Well, the DWG was sent lots of photographs of roadsigns and placenames in BE that in OSM are mapped in RU.
372017-10-14 12:16:46 UTCyaugenka We are not talking about the use of languages here, are we? This discussion is only about the correspondence of signs to official names. Both russian and belarusian names are official.
382017-10-16 05:53:16 UTCJay May I wouldn't say "What is the sense of introducing one extra tag when 99.99% of names correspond to official ones". Given the number of wrong names I corrected on the Belarusian soil, I would say up to 80% of the names do correspond .Let alone the language question - many times the name in R...
392017-10-16 07:59:48 UTCyaugenka >I would say up to 80% of the names do correspond
Please provide examples of the 20%.
402017-10-16 11:50:19 UTCJay May I've changed so many of them that now I won't remember everything :) Those Belarusian toponyms I had to change were mainly names with "-ызна" finishing with "-ына" in reality and the other way round (a lot of them), Янава called Янова officially (and other such n...
412017-10-16 17:03:18 UTCyaugenka >Янава called Янова officially.
The first one is in Belarusian the second one is in Russaion. So you are mixing languauges here.
>names with "-ызна" finishing with "-ына" in reality
Provide exact examples please.
>Валейкішкі on roadsigns / ...
12017-10-07 22:35:01 UTCChrissW-R1 Partial reversion of https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/51305204
22017-10-14 09:33:20 UTCSomeoneElse For info, the last time there was a discussion about this the comments included https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2016-August/019125.html . It's going to get broken again (it's too big to manage effectively, as noted in https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2016-August/0...
12017-10-14 01:40:45 UTCSomeoneElse Unfortunately, wikidata generally speaking isn't a valid source for OSM - it's mostly just copied from wikipedia which has an licence that is incompatible with OSM.
It's unclear how wikidata was used here, however, since there's no wiki* tag on this node.
Regardless of that, any "tagfiddling&...
22017-10-14 01:43:17 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, I think you are fixated. What is this has to do with Wikidata? I lived in St. Petersburg
32017-10-14 01:53:08 UTCSomeoneElse "created_by=OSM+Wikidata 0.1"
42017-10-14 02:08:59 UTCnyuriks and? That's the tool name.
52017-10-14 08:30:24 UTCSomeoneElse You've added no source for the data and used a "created_by" tag that looks like it might be a source. That's why I said "It's unclear how wikidata was used here" (please do actually read the comments that people make).
It may be that you live locally and believe that the curren...
12017-10-13 18:43:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I think that this change might have included rather more objects than anticipated (including some not previously edited by andygol), such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/420984991/history
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-13 19:09:05 UTCAlan Bragg Thanks for your comment. I'll verify all the changes. This one was not by andygol but has the same problem and needs area=yes.
32017-10-13 19:32:42 UTCSomeoneElse There were also examples such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/374923973/history which were previously mapped as area:highway.
42017-10-13 19:49:39 UTCAlan Bragg Yes, that one is ok. This area:highway=pedestrian or footway all seem to have cropped up in 2015. I was wondering why they did not render and got an answer from scai https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/60067/why-are-some-pedestrian-areas-not-rendering I'm attempting to fix the problems in the ...
52017-10-13 20:19:42 UTCSomeoneElse For completeness (and apologies if I'm stating the bleeding the obvious here), an "area:highway" is fundamentally different to a "highway; area=yes". Usually it won't make sense to change either the latter to the former or the former to the latter. There is at least one rendere...
62017-10-13 20:42:47 UTCAlan Bragg Yes, thanks, I do understand. andygol had changed all highway=pedestrian area=yes to area:highway=pedestrian which caused all plaza type areas in the USA to become black holes in the map. I've been following this note "Note on area=yes
Don't use area:highway=* for plazas and similiar features....
12017-10-13 18:45:14 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for this!
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-10-13 22:29:57 UTCfreebeer Pity that these reverts don't seem to have lasted long.
(Kids these days. Why, when I was young...)
(me wonders what the highest revision number is in OSM and if this is an attempt to top that)
12017-10-13 05:37:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap,
Please don't add fake data to OSM (there isn't an embassy on the M1 just north of the Derby Road bridge - people would have noticed it).
By all means please add things that aren't currently mapped and really do exist - but don't make things up.
Best Regards,
A...
12017-10-12 16:01:36 UTCSomeoneElse Er, what? This is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
22017-10-12 16:02:35 UTCSomeoneElse Ce changement est dans l'océan Atlantique.
32017-10-12 23:26:01 UTCAbdelali BOUSSIB Il y aurait sûrement un changement de coordonnés merci pour votre attention
12017-10-12 13:58:56 UTCHarald Hartmann Hello SomeoneElse. At
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5157855483
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5157855481
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5157855484
you have created the new lifecycle-prefix `broken`. Could it also be `demolished`?
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:demolished:
22017-10-12 14:52:57 UTCSomeoneElse No, it's not demolished, it's just broken.
32017-10-12 14:55:07 UTCHarald Hartmann Ok. ;-)
https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/search?q=broken
https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/search?q=damaged
12017-10-12 12:09:26 UTCSomeoneElse Currently the "Art School Restaurant" is in the middle of a road - presumably that's not really where it is?
22017-10-12 12:22:29 UTCArt School Restaurant It is just to the right of the icon, that's the closest it would go but that is the correct spot on Sugnall Street. Albeit not in the middle of the road, rather dangerous for dining. Thanks for spotting it, we will endeavour to shift the icon to the right.
12017-10-11 12:22:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
I think you've accidentally included some test data in here (you can see if you look at https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/52809865 that your change stretches all the way down from Canada to mid-Atlantic, where the test data such as "Purple Street"...
12017-09-14 09:06:32 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just for info I've tidied up edits in this area by http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/higuy and http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/helloworld69 . I've suggested to those users that they might want to try OpenGeoFiction instead http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1478 http://www.openstreetma...
22017-10-11 06:41:25 UTCSomeoneElse ... and also just for info, http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1561 (I reverted the two changes by that user).
12017-10-10 22:07:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Miles,
Did you obtain a waiver to use the data here under the ODBL? As published at https://www.data.brisbane.qld.gov.au/data/dataset/road-restrictions/resource/6b01de54-d739-4116-8e33-e58efc2b78e3 it seems to be CC-BY-4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 and as such not licence-co...
22017-10-10 23:54:04 UTCTheSwavu https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Attribution/data.brisbane.qld.gov.au_explicit_permission
12017-08-17 19:40:55 UTCØukasz hello

you deleted a lot of tags from Jalala - why?
22017-08-17 19:48:30 UTCØukasz also Hanakin tags are deleted
32017-10-10 19:37:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello ڕاستی,
In this change you removed a lot of different language name tags from https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/248436981/history , including the Arabic one.
Can you explain why?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend,
on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group
42017-10-10 19:38:08 UTCSomeoneElse You can see the changes here:
http://osm.mapki.com/history/node.php?id=248436981
12017-09-11 20:24:41 UTCconfusedbuffalo Looks good to me (from a distance).
My only query is on the three paths in Walton Park that you edited, changing them from track to footway, they all have the note "No longer in use", which was added in 2015 when the footway tag was removed. If they are in fact in use, it seems to me that...
22017-10-10 11:16:57 UTCSomeoneElse If it's paths like https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/106343780/history , they come and go - it depends on whether the grass has been cut recently and how wet the ground is. I haven't been through there this year, so can't really comment on what the current situation is.
12017-10-10 10:34:07 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking - is https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/530972231 really a separate road to the A38? I thought it was just a right turn lane separated by chevrons (as per the imagery)? I know that some other sections are fairly separated (e.g. by the garage) but thought that this wasn't?
22017-10-13 11:39:21 UTCSK53 Yeah, fairly marginal. There is an island separating the turn lane from straight on. Don't think there are turn restrictions though. I was meaning to add the unrestricted speed limit from the M1 roundabout :-)
12017-10-09 15:50:17 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
I think something's gone wrong with this data - it you have a look at https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit?editor=potlatch2&way=531258403#map=17/18.48038/-66.82619 you can see that there's a lot of duplication of uploaded nodes, many nodes aren't part of any ot...
22017-10-10 09:09:13 UTCToeBee This changeset has been reverted by changeset 52781929
12017-10-06 13:54:39 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - that now appears at e.g. https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=18&lat=53.167006&lon=-1.39344 .
12017-10-05 20:12:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've added https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5142606995 here, but you might want to add a bit more detail other than just the name - if it's the office of a company, you could add an "office=company" tag. In the "iD" editor click on it, an...
12017-10-04 12:35:25 UTCglglgl I wonder what makes you think there is a café in the middle of the ocean?
22017-10-05 20:03:07 UTCSomeoneElse It's not the user's fault - it's a bug in POI+. See https://github.com/davidchiles/osm-poi-editor-iOS/issues/12 .
12017-09-27 21:14:10 UTCtrigpoint Hi, the names you are adding appear to be transliterations which should not be added to OSM. See http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Names#Avoid_transliteration

Last time I was in Telford or Wellington there were certainly no Russian Names on the signs.

This edit should be reverted.

22017-09-27 23:28:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Batareikin,
You've been asked by other mappers many times before to not add transliterations or data from unknown sources - see http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=127299 for details. Please respect the wishes of the community. I'm sure for example that http://www.ope...
32017-09-28 06:10:16 UTCBatareikin Hi trigpoint, Andy Townsend
Если не знаете или забыли, то напомню Вам, что русские топонимы НЕ ТРАНСЛИТЕРИЮТСЯ, а ТРАНСКРИБИРУЮТСЯ! И разницу меду этими понятиями надо понимать...
42017-09-28 15:44:45 UTCSomeoneElse Can you tell me where I can verify that Castle Bytham does indeed have a separate Russian name (as distinct from any transliteration?
52017-09-28 18:14:37 UTCBatareikin SomeoneElse: Конечно могу сказать.
Только Вы опять упоминаете какую-то "any transliteration".
1. Вы разницу между транскрипцией и транслитерацией понимаете?
2. Вы знаете о т...
62017-09-28 19:49:29 UTCSomeoneElse Can you answer the question?

Can you tell me where I can verify that Castle Bytham does indeed have a Russian name?

Anyone can make up a name for any place by any method they like. I could decide that London is actually called Fintlwoodlwix, and create a map showing that. It doesn't, howev...
72017-09-29 06:12:40 UTCBatareikin Я могу ответить на ваш вопрос.
Только сначала Вы попробуйте ответить на мои вопросы.
Тогда может и ваш вопрос отпадет сами собой.

Каждый не сможет "make up " топо...
82017-09-29 08:58:46 UTCSomeoneElse > Но если вы хотите проверить правильность написания например деревни Касл-Байтем, то вам надо зайти в какую-нибудь российскуй библиотеку и взять почитать "Вел...
92017-09-29 09:00:59 UTCSomeoneElse Два момента - во-первых, тот, кто написал это, просто транслитерировал его с английского, а во-вторых, вы импортируете данные из внешнего источника. Прочтите https://wiki.op...
102017-09-29 18:46:26 UTCBatareikin Два момента:
Во первых - НЕ ТРАНСЛИТЕРИРОВАЛ его! И совсем не просто!

Во вторых я ничего НЕ ИМПОРТИРОВАЛ, тем более автоматически! Весь текст на русском я набираю ...
112017-09-29 18:50:44 UTCSomeoneElse Er - no need to shout!
122017-09-29 18:53:35 UTCSomeoneElse > Весь текст на русском я набираю на клавиатуре смартфона.
But where did you copy it from? If it's something like a book, what is the licence?
132017-09-30 12:47:17 UTCBatareikin Я не кричу, я просто делаю акценты на слова, чтобы вы пристально обратили на них внимание и попытались понять смысл всего сказанного мною ранее (курсива или жирного ...
142017-09-30 12:51:33 UTCSomeoneElse > Неужели у вас в Великобритании слово London кому-то принадлежит!? И откуда его скопировали?
А на использование слова Liverpool у вас тоже должна иметься лицензия, чтобы ...
152017-09-30 13:12:55 UTCSomeoneElse > Вы конечно можете не знать, но у нас отдельные слова не являются объектами авторского права. Их нельзя присвоить себе и соответственно нельзя наложить на них огр...
162017-10-05 19:22:28 UTCSomeoneElse Asking again, in case the notification for the previous one somehow got lost:
Please do explain where you found the name "Касл-Байтем", where you copied it from, and what licence applies to that data. Please also explain how I may verify that name the next time that I visit Cast...
172017-10-17 13:05:38 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 53011130 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some names that appear to have been copied from a Russian library book. See block 1591 and changeset 52420815 for the attempt to find out licence details (or where the names may be veri...
182017-10-18 19:22:58 UTCBatareikin Энди Таунсенд
Вам же объяснили что слова сами по себе не являются объектами авторского права. Они не могут облагаться какой либо лицензией. И не могут быть несовме...
12017-09-28 12:14:32 UTCSomeoneElse nyuriks,
You appear to be continuing with this mechanical edit despite being told to stop, and while discussion on the list and at e.g. https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?id=59910 is still going on. You appear determined to force your views on the OSM community despite the fact that dis...
22017-09-28 19:34:00 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, this is becoming a harassing behavior. Where do you see a mechanical edit? This was a single node manual edit.
32017-09-28 20:01:26 UTCSomeoneElse It was submitted 10 seconds after the previous changeset and 20 seconds before the next. That's unfortunately a common behaviour where people want to be seen to be doing "single" edits but in fact are just mechanically changing object after object without doing any sort of checks on what...
42017-09-28 20:16:04 UTCnyuriks Yes. In a group of 10 nodes. Each of which were checked by hand. I know the rules, and despite your accusations, I haven't broken any of them. I specifically studied the mechanical edits policy.
52017-09-28 20:17:02 UTCnyuriks The group was checked, individually. Afterwards, they were uploaded one by one because they appeared in different places of the world.
62017-09-28 21:02:54 UTCSomeoneElse What about previous changes, such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/52369774 ? Was that a mechanical edit?
72017-09-28 21:05:26 UTCnyuriks Yes they were. They were clearly marked as mechanical (with the word auto). And they followed the rules.
82017-09-28 21:34:34 UTCSomeoneElse > And they followed the rules.

Are you sure? What you're supposed to do is laid out in some detail at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct , including a "Document_and_discuss_your_plans" section. Can you explain how you followed that? As far as I can ...
92017-09-29 01:38:39 UTCnyuriks Which portion of it did I fail to address? Global note, discussion, proceeded. Not a mixed response - every concern was answered on the email channel (except for one email that was not raising any reasonable objection as I later noted), and did not receive any further comment until restarted. If yo...
102017-09-30 11:32:05 UTCSomeoneElse > Which portion of it did I fail to address?
Firstly and most importantly, you were mechanically adding while the discussion was going on, if not before.
In additon to that:
o You did not place your documentation on the wiki.
o You did not " work with [dissenters] to understand their rea...
112017-09-30 11:42:01 UTCSomeoneElse Sorry to have to spell this out in quite such detail above but your comment "Which portion of it did I fail to address" suggests one of two things:
1) A complete failure to understand what other mappers, and OSM documentation, are saying to you.
2) You're just being mendacious. Perhap...
122017-10-01 02:19:21 UTCnyuriks * The discussion was quiet for 4 days
* Every raised point was addressed, as was mentioned in the talk. Several people meticulously answered all of the objections. One objection was un-answerable because it basically claimed something without backing it up. Regardless, I worked very attentively wi...
132017-10-01 11:48:39 UTCSomeoneElse Thank you for finally admitting that yes, you did perform a mechanical edit and that no, you did not follow the documented procedure.
Which were the 4 days on which you claim there was no discussion on "talk" about this?
142017-10-01 17:33:39 UTCnyuriks Serious? The automated edits were marked with the word "auto", and I kept saying I was doing them mechanically after the discussion! You correctly pointed out that I forgot to add the auto/username wiki page, which has already been rectified. This is something you could have told me a ve...
152017-10-01 17:51:08 UTCSomeoneElse > This is something you could have told me a very long time ago, instead of wasting many hours and aggravation.
Lest we forget, a member of the OSM community told you about https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct 12 days ago on https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset...
162017-10-01 19:01:47 UTCnyuriks Andy, that article is very long, and only mentions "Automated edits/username" once in middle. Noone has mentioned that specific piece of information until you did yesterday, and I immediately complied. Until I saw it, I was fully convinced I followed all other rules outlined there. It wou...
172017-10-04 13:51:28 UTCSomeoneElse > Andy, that article is very long

I'n sorry, but the text on that page is 10457 bytes in total. Reader mode in FF estimates "10-12 minutes". If you can't be bothered to read that in full then words fail me.
182017-10-04 14:20:39 UTCSomeoneElse Also re "about 4 days" - https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2017-September/078805.html was at "Sat Sep 23 03:15:13 UTC 2017" and the first "auto" changeset seems to be
https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/52333709 , created at "2017-09-24T17:03:28Z&...
12017-09-26 15:32:28 UTCSomeoneElse Here you added https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q2407197?uselang=en-GB to https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/598000917 (which is correct). Are you now going to remove it from https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/957593 which you did in error in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/44200317 which ...
22017-09-26 16:17:25 UTCnyuriks Andy, are you saying that neither Q2407197 nor en:Tibshelf should be attached to rel 957593 ? It the WD item is correct for both - it is both the city and the parish.
32017-09-26 23:37:03 UTCSomeoneElse (re Tibshelf) as of 12 days ago it does now claim to be both a village and a civil parish; only 10 months after you added the wikidata entry to the relation.
Can you guarantee that all similar errors in wikidata have been similarly corrected?
42017-09-27 00:31:05 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, I cannot guarantee anything. Ever. I can only attempt to find existing errors in the data and expose them. So far, thanks to my efforts, thousands of major errors have been corrected. As I numerously stated, and you chose to ignore -- wikidata ID is simply a more permanent wikipedia ...
52017-09-27 00:38:23 UTCSomeoneElse > , thanks to my efforts, thousands of major errors have been corrected
You keep saying this. Can you provide a list? I've seen very few fixes to OSM data in these changes.

Also, if wikidata and wikipedia IDs both identify the same object why add both? Just leave the human-readable one in ...
62017-09-27 00:47:22 UTCnyuriks https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Data:Sandbox/Yurik/OSM_objects_pointing_to_disambigs.tab&action=history -- every revision had entries that community fixed. There are many other places, but this is the easiest to show. Lately, people fixed it directly from my service. When first ...
72017-10-02 09:55:12 UTCSomeoneElse Re "every revision had entries that community fixed." I've not sure what that table shows, presumably a "disambig" is a wikipedia thing that we are supposed to know about in OSM? Do you mean wikipedia disambiguation pages where one word can have multiple meanings? My problem wi...
82017-10-03 05:21:01 UTCnyuriks You misunderstood. I used MediaWiki & Commons to store errors that I found in OSM. There were several people who went there to fix uncovered issues. Also, realize that there are plenty of people who gave up arguing - see last discussion https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User_talk:Yurik Anothe...
92017-10-04 13:39:36 UTCSomeoneElse > There were several people who
> went there to fix uncovered issues. ...
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User_talk:Yurik
Based on the people who've edited that that'd be 2 people? Also comments there include "I would really advice to stop pushing for worldwide mechanical...
12017-09-27 16:58:52 UTCJohn-O Why `path` as opposed to `footway` ?
From memory there are three cairns in at least one of the locations. They are more like carefully constructed rock pillar than a pile of stones
22017-09-28 00:43:37 UTCgurglypipe See https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:highway=path; it’s not urban. Feel free to improve the cairn mapping; I was just fixing the tagging.
32017-09-28 11:43:27 UTCACS1986 Hi,
I agree with John on this.
The fact that a Wiki editor thinks that you should use highway=footway for urban paths doesn't mean that highway=path has to be used for non-urban paths. Choice between 'Classic' (highway=footway/bridleway/cycleway) and 'Alternative' (highway=path) tagging methods ha...
42017-09-29 13:27:49 UTCgurglypipe Ah, this is more complex than I thought. I was just going off the descriptions of highway={footway,path} in iD. I have not verified the path’s access restrictions in person, although given the area they’re probably going to be the same as the shooting track since it’s all moorland ...
52017-09-30 14:09:45 UTCACS1986 Thanks, and you're welcome. Unfortunately there is inconsistency in how these tags are used between countries. It is common in some places (particularly Germany) to use 'footway' for urban paths and 'path' for rural ones and that's probably some of the views in the Wiki and the ID descriptions arise...
62017-10-02 09:20:55 UTCSomeoneElse Just to chime in here, +1 to Adam and John above.
The mailing lists have lots of detail on how highway=path came about when highway=footway etc. already existed, and certainly highway=path is widely used in e.g. Germany for what we would call "a footpath"
If something "looks like so...
72017-10-02 09:27:35 UTCgurglypipe Thanks. Although the fact that the UK seems to rely on all contributors having read the mailing list archive (or asking repeat questions on the mailing list) is somewhat frustrating. That’s really the point of having a wiki.
82017-10-02 09:43:47 UTCSomeoneElse One problem with the wiki (or any wiki) is that it's difficult for it to get across the key points of where there are conflicting views. The "classic vs alternate" table is one of the better examples of doing that, where Harry Wood (I think) spent a lot of time putting it all together.
M...
12017-09-30 06:56:29 UTCWynndale Could you explain what was wrong with the edits you reverted?
22017-10-02 09:28:04 UTCSomeoneElse @Wynndale - for one example see my comment on https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/52400509 . I suspect that they're creating personal notes in MAPS.ME and are probably not even aware that they're adding data to OSM (in the case of that changeset that I commented on, something that when translat...
12017-09-09 20:47:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello kr_maps and welcome to OSM!
I already had a go at adding ESC to OSM as https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3800676729 . Maybe that didn't show up in OsmAnd? Not sure about the best tag though - it's not really a shop, and "adult gaming centre" usually used for gambling arcades.
Ch...
22017-09-12 21:12:32 UTCkr_maps Ah yes. Your node doesn't show in OsmAnd but clearly is there really, not sure why considering it was created a while ago. Anyway I will delete the duplicate I made!
32017-10-01 16:25:54 UTCSomeoneElse Just for info, I've changed ESC to "leisure=escape_game" which is in use elsewhere and a much better description. It probably still won't show in OsmAnd, but it should appear at e.g. https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=20&lat=53.2345533&lon=-1.430816 .
12017-09-29 16:19:45 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Not sure how it happened, but this changeset deleted a buoy from the middle of the Atlantic (it's been restored now)
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-29 20:52:54 UTCajithkarunaratne Dear Andy,

I'm extremely sorry about the mistake. It's not a deliberate thing. I just tried the "ADD NODE" tool in JOSM for the first time and it made me make a node somewhere else. Then I deleted it believing it was the unintended node made me. That might be the reason for this grave m...
32017-09-29 21:12:43 UTCSomeoneElse No worries - you're not the first person to have been caught out by JOSM's "add node"!
12017-09-29 16:17:50 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-09-28 12:25:50 UTCSomeoneElse How can I verify the tag "wikidata=Q4929299" on
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/26421469 ? Strictly speaking, the OSM node isn't the cave itself but the entrance to it (to be fair the cave itself isn't that far away).
Also, geographically this is a huge changeset covering a very lar...
22017-09-28 19:36:21 UTCnyuriks Should 26421469 node have a wikipedia tag? If not, both should be deleted, but it appeared legit enough to stay.
32017-09-28 19:58:28 UTCSomeoneElse It depends how lax you want to be about data linkage. The WP article is about the thing the OSM node links to, so it's useful in that sense, but it's not about the OSM node itself. I don't think that it makes sense to remove the WP link since it's useful information here. If you want to do it p...
12017-09-07 20:57:38 UTCJay May Hello. May I know the reason why you are reverting names?
22017-09-07 21:29:45 UTCLLlypuk82 Hello. Yes, of course. According Закон Республики Беларусь от 16.11.2010 №190-З "О наименованиях географических объектов" (http://pravo.newsby.org/belarus/zakon0/z326.htm) geonames in Belarus are assigned and stored in two lan...
32017-09-07 21:47:10 UTCJay May If I follow your logic, then I should change by default each country/region/village where the majority of the population speaks another language than the one on the roadsigns (for example, I should put Polish in Eastern Lithuania, Russian in Eastern Latvia, Hungarian in Southern Slovakia and to Arab...
42017-09-07 21:50:03 UTCJay May P.S.: Please note even Russian maps Yandex use Belarusian names as the main ones.
52017-09-07 21:59:32 UTCLLlypuk82 Are you sure about Yandex? There is a screenshot https://fotki.yandex.ru/next/users/sanik82/album/419689/view/1443769
62017-09-07 22:06:56 UTCLLlypuk82 You use incorrect analogies. Not simply "the majority of the population speaks another language than the one on the road signs", but majority of the citizens of the Belarus.
72017-09-08 05:07:43 UTCJay May As soon as I am in front of a computer I will post a screenshot of Yandex (I don't know how to post it over here).
Anyway my point is: OSM is not about politics or personal language preference, but about reflecting the reality and so far we were not doing that in Belarus. I drive there every two we...
82017-09-08 06:09:38 UTCAmbush LLlypuk82 OSM is not about language problems of biggest part of country population, it is about reflecting geographical objects in geographical data base. According to law you cited, geographical names assigned in Belarusian, then they are transliterated to Russian because this is the second nation...
92017-09-08 06:20:16 UTCmOlind Agreed. "name" tag is for name as it written on sign. name:ru and name:by could be filled too. To let users choose what name they want to read. Same value inside name and name:by is ok. First tolds us what should we expect to see and second in 100% times in Belarusian.
102017-09-08 06:39:30 UTCJay May Screenshots from what I see from my computer on Yandex:
- In English: https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/116538206482963449572/album/6463292506880436433/6463292504796189858?authkey=CPHviqDkqcGDfw
- In Russian: https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/116538206482963449572/album/6463292506880436433/64632...
112017-09-08 07:27:39 UTCГеоргий Ильин Напишу по-Английски ))
@Jay May, thank you for highlighting this in pm. I will reply later.
@LLlypuk82: please understand that this is not against Russian language ))) We have to leave the Russian name, but only in the name:ru tag (unless it appears in Russian on-spot, like for in...
122017-09-08 15:25:14 UTCJaŭhien For example Google Maps https://i.imgur.com/V2SFlRN.png use the names of cities, villages and etc in Belarusian language and łacinka. Google have many users on the world, but all ok for tourists and the population of the country
132017-09-08 16:51:07 UTCyaugenka @Jay May, if you visit Belarus and ask people for directions, you will hardly get a reply in Belarussian language anywhere. That it the reality of our countly and the name tag must reflect that realy. If somebody wants to have names displayed in Belarussian they are free to use the name:be tag which...
142017-09-08 17:31:05 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo The main argument is the signs of the names of cities and towns that the driver sees. Seen by the driver, should be in the name. The remaining arguments (the internal language policy of the government, the language of communication of local residents) is for other mapping projects.

If the Russian...
152017-09-08 18:06:33 UTCyaugenka The "group of people who contradict the principle of "on-ground"" signs comprize 74% of the pupulation of the country. By introducting this change you would abuse the primary users of OSM Belarus - the citizens of the country.
162017-09-08 19:08:58 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo You are plotting with official statistics. 74 percent are the urban population. The rural provincial population - the situation on the contrary - there is approximately the same figure Belarusian-speaking population. So we have parity. Or, in plain language, 50 percent of both languages comes out. Y...
172017-09-08 20:31:35 UTCyaugenka @Poliakoff Mykhailo, can you provide any proves of your statement that both language are used 50/50? Have you ever been in our country at all? I myself come from a village and can assure you that no one is speaking Belarusian there, those 26% are mostly located in big cities. I'm just wondering why ...
182017-09-08 22:08:19 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo In the project's argument is banners/signs/names of settlements. The argument about who what morvoû talks is not the main one. Map of what is done for turitìv. With the tourist will communicate the convenient to him. You do not mind that the plaques with the names of Belarusian. So then...
192017-09-08 23:05:25 UTCyaugenka Your suggestion to have two names in one one tag is out of this topic. We are now talking about replacement of russian names by belarusian ones.
The number of local people using the map for business and leisure is by far bigger than the number of foreign tourists and regardless of what is written o...
202017-09-09 12:52:43 UTCAmbush yaugenka: one more time: Ground Truth rule is not about local traditions and preferences, it's about Ground Truth. And OSM is not a local Belarusian project. It's world wide. So you can't sacrifice billions of planet Earth people to a couple of millions citizens of one little country.
212017-09-09 12:58:38 UTCyaugenka @ambush, it is the question of number of users, not population.
222017-09-09 13:28:46 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Yaugenka care less on rules and on the arguments. To him, the main thing that the Russian language everywhere won the Belarusian language. The victory should be by humiliation, discrimination of the Belarusian language. His pattern of behavior in these discussions it confirms absolutely.

232017-09-09 14:54:35 UTCyaugenka @Poliakoff Mykhailo, if you visit Belarus and talk to people you will hardly find anyone talking against the Belarusian language and me is not an exception. You guys are giving favor to foreign tourist, whereas I defent the interest of local people nation-wide, not just some minority.
242017-09-09 14:59:44 UTCmOlind I think yaugenka just misses main point. There is no negative effect for russian speaking users. Because most applications let users to change language. Open openstreetmap.by and check it yourself. There is no single reason to keep russian instead belarussian in name tag. Only because it's easier to...
252017-09-09 15:02:24 UTCAmbush Guys, according to what we discussed here and in personal mail I've reverted this reverting changeset. For me it's a very strange situation to discuss should we follow main OSM rules for Belarus or not. I want to propose to ask DWG to help us if we can't find satisfying decision.
262017-09-09 15:25:49 UTCLLlypuk82 OK. What will you propose for situation when road signs have bilingual (or more) inscriptions?
272017-09-09 20:31:38 UTCJay May - Village, town and city names: name:* in Belarusian only.
- Street signs: this is the tricky part. In Minsk or Brest, the situation is clear (official street signs are all in Belarusian). However, there are some towns or villages without any official street signs, just the name on the street (usua...
282017-09-09 22:24:13 UTCyaugenka Can anyone tell the purpose of the name tag in general? is it just for putting sign info into it and remain them whenever signs get changed?
292017-09-10 08:13:05 UTCJay May The "name=*" tag in general is to show what is written on the road, street or shop signs, whatever it is.
302017-09-10 13:07:23 UTCAmbush I agree with Jay May. And I want to say that if someone see the name at the road sign in Russian, he can ask local authorities to fix it according to cited law.
312017-09-10 19:32:30 UTCyaugenka What are your aguments for renaming according to the on-ground rule except for "just because it is common convention"?
322017-09-10 20:30:58 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Скажыце калі ласка, калі вы рэгістраваліся ў дадзеным праекце вы гатовыя былі паважаць правілы праекта падабаюцца ці не падабаюцца яны вам? Тым у што ваша пытанне з...
332017-09-11 18:50:12 UTCyaugenka @Poliakoff Mykhailo,
I stop any communication with you because are not following the conversation and are making provoking comments.

@Jay May, @Ambush, @mOlind, @Григорий Ильин, @Jaŭhien,
Here are our main arguments against the change.
1. There are no official up-to-date printed ...
342017-09-11 20:17:31 UTCГеоргий Ильин My name is Георгий, not Григорий )))) Moreover, I see no provocation from Poliakoff Mykhailo, just emotions. Anyway, guys, please don't get personal (both yaugenka and Mykhailo). Let's keep this discussion calm and constructive.
About your arguments:
1) This doesn't change the fact ...
352017-09-11 21:32:45 UTCyaugenka @Георгий Ильин, first let me apologies for the mistyped name. Secondly, let me clarify the points.
Whatever language you select in your settings you will still get the name from "name" tag displayed on http://www.openstreetmap.org and in editors. I think there is no need to ex...
362017-09-11 22:06:05 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo (@Poliakoff Mykhailo,
I stop any communication with you because are not following the conversation and are making provoking comments.
@Jay May, @Ambush, @mOlind, @Григорий Ильин, @Jaŭhien, )
Согласно сложившейся практики ведения дискуссии ...
372017-09-12 00:09:53 UTCyaugenka @Mykhailo, you already can be banned for changing the data and open calls to continue changing the data while the discussion is still going on.
The above mentioned official internet resource can freely be used for validation. Can you name any alternatives in the Belarusian language?
382017-09-12 05:37:30 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo (you already can be banned for changing the data and open calls to continue changing the data while the discussion is still going on.)- продублируйте на русском , агнлийский язык для меня совсем чужой , а в переводе Гугл и Майк...
392017-09-12 07:59:25 UTCyaugenka @Mykhailo,
1. you was writing in Enlish very well previously, so the statement that you don't understand English is a cheat.
2. the statement that official sources cannot be relied on is absolutely illogical. The same thing about replying on wikipedia.
3. it is a shame to here from an attorney th...
402017-09-12 09:57:40 UTCmavl Hello all.

> The local convention for using Russian language in the "name" tag exists from the very beginning of the osm project...

yaugenka, does OSM wiki contain this convention?

Vladimir Marshinin
Data Working Group
412017-09-12 14:21:44 UTC4004 While most of you here provide convincing arguments in favour of name:be->name, yaugenka is correct in pointing out name:be tags don't even cover some areas. Belarusian OSM community has long wanted/struggled to do the switch, but it would leave a map in disarray and possibly introduce challenges...
422017-09-12 15:46:19 UTCJay May @4004: all transition periods have their own issues and there is no problem without any solution ;) Poliakoff Mykhailo seems to know a lot on a similar case: neighboring Ukraine. Anyway, on such technical details I prefer reading your propositions because I'm not as good as you guys yet. But some ...
432017-09-12 17:39:50 UTCAmbush And there is not a problem if there will be different languages in name (for objects which haven't name:be filled) because whole OSM name's on the planet are in different languages. If it just haven't any Belarusian alternative, it'll be left in Russian.
442017-09-12 18:08:37 UTCLLlypuk82 @mavl
Здесь говорится о соглашении 2009 года:
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/RU:Belarus:Map_languages
452017-09-12 19:36:44 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo You must understand that the further delay matters more complicated will be the solution. Take the similar project of Google, there is a fairly well is in difficulties, you're specifying, the Belarusian version of the map. And done it all for the year and a half: Belarusian street caused caused by...
462017-09-12 23:22:29 UTCyaugenka @Mykhailo, you are again trying to mislead the discussion. The main argument in defence of this change is that our local convention contradicts the common rule of the on-the-ground signs.
If we start following the common rule it will not be a Belarusian map. It will be a mixture of Belarusian and R...
472017-09-13 04:37:10 UTCmavl > Здесь говорится о соглашении 2009 года...

LLlypuk82, thank you very much for it.

> in disputed areas, the name that must appear is the one on the sign

See also [http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Disputes]

Belarus is the stable cou...
482017-09-13 06:32:59 UTCГеоргий Ильин A disputed area it is not necessarily an area where there is an ongoing war or that is politically unstable.
A disputed area in OSM is also an area where not everyone agrees on the language that should be displayed, and it is the case of Belarus. It is also the case of some regions in stable count...
492017-09-13 06:54:52 UTCJay May Wow guys, this discussion is really active :D As I'm not getting the notifications on my email, I am always amazed when I enter this thread.
Let us be clear once again (sorry if I repeat what was written a couple of times):
a) As a couple of us pointed out, the agreement shown above violates the m...
502017-09-13 07:36:34 UTCГеоргий Ильин Yes )))) We are active ))) But I find it is not fair that 2 people are slowing the whole process while we had been discussing these matters for months and we had agreed on making the Belarus map realistic. To me they can be helpful on the technical part, but overall the decision has been made and it...
512017-09-13 08:15:23 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo A result of our discussion is checking for durability of основообразующего principle of project of on ground/ Ancient римляны to our era created wisdom integrity is stopped up in that . A law is severe, but it is a law. In the original of dura lex sed lex. On the observance o...
522017-09-13 08:36:39 UTC4004 >Belarus is the only former USSR country where the use of Russian has increased. That is a matter of fact. However, all toponyms are in Belarusian
This is (perhaps sadly) not always the case. If you transit/travel through Belarus you might get the impression that Belarusian is indeed used univer...
532017-09-13 09:04:17 UTCJay May @4004: the majority of us agreed on switching the name tag to Belarusian and to check whether the name:ru tag is filled. This is for toponyms, monuments, and administrative levels (when you travel into Belarus), you see clearly written "Мінская воблсасць" and not "Ми...
542017-09-13 09:29:10 UTC4004 @Jay May
>for toponyms, monuments, and administrative levels
This should work fine for admin levels (100% bilingual I believe). Toponyms will need some work (last figure I've seen was around 70%?), while monuments is debatable, but alas.
Indeed, at the time the convention was agreed there was ...
552017-09-13 10:09:15 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo @4004 Monuments are low-level edits. We are now discussing the high-level amendments-human settlements. In Ukraine, monuments of Soviet time survived also in Russian. But they did not become a hindrance to ukrainization even in the Russian-speaking territories of Ukraine. Monuments, I guess not so m...
562017-09-13 10:17:37 UTCJay May @Poliakoff Mykhailo - Your point is good. You mention the ў, it is usually automatically transliterated automatically into "y" instead of "ŭ" when you switch to another language than Russian. This is why it is extremely important not to forget to transliterate into Latin in the...
572017-09-13 10:31:17 UTC4004 It certainly will look similar, at least at first.
@Poliakoff Mykhailo if we are talking technical points now, such a switch would introduce challenges not only for those without a "ў"-supporting keyboard, but also those confused by 2 languages used side-by-side in similar contexts, be i...
582017-09-13 11:41:32 UTCJay May @4004 Anyway, nobody is trying to Belarusize business names ;) And about monuments, I had included it for 2 reasons:
- they are always shown in Belarusian on roadsigns
- On those monuments you usually have some sign with the word "каштоўнасць" ("monument" if I'm not ...
592017-09-13 12:32:52 UTCmOlind I vote for automatic process. It's easy to break things when manually changing ways and relations.
602017-09-13 12:35:39 UTCJay May Given what mOlind just mentioned, I also vote for an automatic process.
612017-09-13 13:46:21 UTC4004 @Jay May I believe you might've mixed up monuments (which include Lenin statues and the like) with historical/touristy places, like castles etc. Different things, certainly the historical pois (especially the important/popular ones) would usually have a name:be as well.
Regarding the switch, automa...
622017-09-13 13:52:19 UTCJay May Proofreading is always easier than reading ;) So it is a good solution to make it automatically and switch. Especially that people like Georgij or me are not proficient in some OSM matters yet (like that addr tag)
632017-09-13 14:14:03 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo I'm for the automatic

Then 2-3 days and on the map will be the Belarusian language. When it appears you will be able to click through all the settlements. To correct to the Belarusian language name: prefix addr: district addr province Also I ask to approve the name tag: en where the name of objec...
642017-09-13 14:16:49 UTCJay May My opinion is that the English tag in that standard would be O.K., but the int_name tag should be in Belarusian Łacinka.
652017-09-13 15:33:07 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo The result should be reported on the page of the communities of neighboring countries and DWG.
662017-09-14 08:30:08 UTC4004 a forum topic needs to be started on this, and approval from DWG would be nice, before doing anything
672017-09-14 09:03:56 UTC4004 int_name is already filed correctly, in accordance with http://www.pravo.by/pdf/2007-159/2007-159%28027-028%29.pdf
682017-09-14 09:59:23 UTCJay May O.K.guys. As soon as you start, please provide the link
692017-09-14 11:13:21 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo I will finalize now the Khotsinsk raion then along the border with the Russian Federation, then the area to the north of the Khotsinsk raion.
702017-09-14 11:23:46 UTC4004 I would propose we wait until there is an agreement on how and when to proceed, and do not attempt anything before that
712017-09-14 11:26:40 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo how to do the proposed example http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/25076922
722017-09-14 11:45:47 UTC4004 aren't you rushing a bit Mykhailo? No agreement has been reached, no DWG approval granted, and it was supposed to be centralized and auto, no "regional tests"
732017-09-14 12:29:56 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo This format I provided earlier in this discussion. Therefore, we are informed. If something causes you suspicion, express ideas.
742017-09-14 12:34:14 UTCAmbush At the ByOSM Telegram chat we decided to have a meeting to discuss all the technical details, tools and other before doing any automated changes.
Welcome everyone who wants to join this discussion, t.me/byosm
752017-09-14 12:35:08 UTC4004 "We" might be informed, but this is not enough to start implementing changes, and certainly not by doing it on your own in one place.
"Мы" тут, может быть, и в курсе, но этого недостаточно, чтобы начинать что-то меня...
762017-09-14 12:51:47 UTC4004 @Ambush could the osm forum be a better place?
772017-09-14 12:53:16 UTCLLlypuk82 You are welcome http://openstreetmap.by/
782017-09-14 12:57:09 UTC4004 that's the renderer that uses name:be if it exists
792017-09-15 00:41:52 UTCyaugenka Until it is completely agreed to change the current local convention, it must be observed! All changes have been reverted.
802017-09-15 06:26:42 UTCГеоргий Ильин Jaugenka, I've just gone through the threads of various discussions this morning and you wrote "ничего не трогаем" ("we don't touch anything"). Thus, nobody allowed you to revert any changes, especially given the fact other multilingual names and wikipedia data hav...
812017-09-15 06:33:21 UTCJay May Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?????????????????? Jauhenka deleted all the changes we had all made from the very beginning! As you said Georgij, multilingual changes, but even road changes!
I was Jauhenka was a reasonable person, but I'm afraid what one of the guys told me is right: he is just trying to gain ...
822017-09-15 07:45:59 UTCyaugenka Fist of all, all of you were warned several times in this thread not to make any changes while the discussion is going on. Secondly, for now only renamings of settlements and admin boundaries have been reverted. I'm yet to analyse what else you have renamed.
832017-09-15 07:49:00 UTCmOlind Вот только не надо брать на себя святую миссию все откатывать. Это сильно пахнет вандализмом и может закончится баном. Я не оправдываю тех, кто полез переименовыват...
842017-09-15 07:54:17 UTCmOlind Как я вижу ситуацию на настоящий момент: Переименование будет. Будет по всей стране и в автоматизированном режиме. Ни одно название на русском не пострадает. Все бу...
852017-09-15 07:55:03 UTCmOlind Кто очень хочет начать переименовывать - вносите name:be, где их нету. Они не потеряются и будут использованы в последующем для name.
862017-09-15 08:58:28 UTCJay May @yaugenka: O.K. There is an enormous confusion here with people asking to change manually while people discuss about changing automatically, people asking to wait for the automatic change, and people who don't want any change. Nevertheless, that doesn't change the fact that no one gave you the autho...
872017-09-15 09:45:17 UTC4004 >Кто очень хочет начать переименовывать - вносите name:be, где их нету. Они не потеряются и будут использованы в последующем для name
+1 to that (your app is nice btw).
Translation: those who want ...
882017-09-15 10:07:33 UTC4004 Oh, and here is a translation checker
http://latlon.org/~alex73/vulicy.html
892017-09-15 14:32:59 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo 4004 : перестаньте пользуясь что не все грамотньіе технически вводить людей в заблуждение. Указанньіе на офруме проблемі являются вьідуманньіми лично Вами. Поповоду...
902017-09-15 14:43:00 UTC4004 @Poliakoff Mykhailo:
вы меня с кем то путаете? я никого в заблуждение не ввожу, и уж точно ничего не придумываю.
последняя ссылка, которую я тут привел - ближе всего, из того, ...
912017-09-15 15:34:59 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo а как делаем -- оставляем name:be-tarask и дублируем в name:be? Или name be-tarask переделываем в name be. при этом надо учитыват ь что здесь одинаково то ест ька кбы транслитерация а сог...
922017-09-15 23:57:27 UTC4004 Всем заинтересованным:
-в первую очередь необходимо проверить, что name=name:ru для будущего перехода автоматом. Если name!=name:ru, проверить какой из вариантов соответствуе...
932017-09-16 13:57:18 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Есть проблемное село в Хотимском раене Ново-Григорьевка. По белорусски не соотвествует русскому . Искать надо официальное название на белорусском или подтвержден...
942017-09-16 15:37:13 UTCyaugenka @Mykhailo, вам для справки. В одном районе может быть несколько нп с одним названием. Если они отличаются типом (поселок, деревня, снп) то тип нужно обязательно указать в ...
952017-09-16 17:24:43 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Изучите правки мои в Хоцінскам раёне. Все о чем вы пишите сделано мною изначально кроме сельсовета . Сейчас заново перегребаю район чтоб всем поставить сельсоветы
962017-09-17 17:01:28 UTCyaugenka Всем НП проставлять сельсовет большой надобности нету. Речь только о тех, у которых повторяется название в рамках одного района.
972017-09-18 05:40:27 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo то что вы предлагаете, превратить карту в порнографию. Тег используется или нет. Предстоит много подготовительной работы . И нет времени тратить времени на изучени...
982017-09-18 06:36:40 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Яугенка всвязи с тем что іВовік занимается занимаеться расизмом ксенофобией и дискриминацией белорусского языка
992017-09-19 21:36:11 UTCyaugenka @Mykhailo, переименовывая addr:* и name:prefix на белорусский вы ломаете существующие программы. Откатывайте свои правки!
1002017-09-20 08:25:34 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Праблема Беларусі я бачу не ў сферы тэхналогій, у у тым, што ў кіраўніцтве ўсіх інтэрнэт-праектаў сядзяць людзі якія атрымліваюць дадатковыя матэрыяльныя ўзнагаро...
1012017-09-20 08:37:15 UTCmOlind И обсуждение скатилось в флуд. Отписываюсь.
1022017-09-20 09:43:36 UTC4004 собственно как и в телеграме. что то менять никто не договаривался
1032017-09-20 11:48:49 UTCJay May @4004 Which is why I asked for people in Telegram "where are we going" because it is such a mess that it's hard for everyone to get what we should do.
@Mykhailo @Yaugenka - STOP!
1042017-09-20 21:24:13 UTCSomeoneElse Hi all - Andy from the Data Working Group here. A couple have people have mentioned the ongoing arguments about language names in Belarus to us, and we'd like to do what we can to help. Obviously we're somewhat aware of the history here (and I've read the various numbers, some conflicting, on https...
1052017-09-21 06:25:22 UTCJay May Hi Andy.
I've already sent such pics around a week ago. Please ask your colleague Frederik Ramm. In case you need them again, I can send them once more :)
In short, asI had already told, toponyms are usually in Belarusian (cities, towns, villages, rivers, lakes...) while commercial names are most...
1062017-09-21 13:38:55 UTCLLlypuk82 Stop, guys. What about our local agreement which was reached in same time as road signs was already in belorussian?
Nothing is changed still. There is no reason to avoid the agreement. Photos have no sense in this case.
1072017-09-22 05:36:58 UTCJay May The local agreement was perhaps good in a certain context back in 2009. But the context has changed.
1082017-09-24 10:06:56 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo To improve an electronic geographical map ONLY on signboards confirms the Belarussian WIKI-RULE
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/RU:Belarus:%D0%9E%D0%B1%D1%89%D0%B5%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D1%82%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BD%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D1%80%D1%82_%D0%91%D0%B5%D0%BB%D0%B0%D1%...
1092017-09-28 19:34:48 UTCSomeoneElse For info, I've just posted this to the BE forum:

https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=665838#p665838

All feedback (from everyone who hasn't already commented) gratefully received.
1102017-10-01 09:33:27 UTCMaturi0n I think the most important factor here should be what the local OSM community wants. People from other countries (Poland, Ukraine, Russia, etc) shouldn't dictate the Belarusian community which language they use as their main mapping language. If they agreed to use Russian, this should be respected. ...
1112017-10-02 06:07:55 UTCJay May @Maturi0n - I’m aware your heart beats more for the Russian language to be left, but this is not a matter of the local community wanting or not wanting something (and anyway most of the guys who discuss with us do support the Belarusian language or a full ground truth rule). OSM is neither a l...
1122017-10-02 08:33:13 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo Now the rule according to signs "decides at the earth" works or not. Or the precedent which will do to other countries by a push is created, the fact that there is a wish. Especially it is dangerous to territories of the conflicts where the tomahawk of wars of changes is dug. The Belarusia...
1132017-10-02 08:39:52 UTCPoliakoff Mykhailo in Russian Сейчас решаеться правило по знакам "на земле " работает или нет. Или создается прецедент, который будет толчком другим странам делать , то что хочется. О...
12017-09-28 10:07:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hello.
Can you explain what these "viewpoints" that you have added here are?
People have tried and failed to contact you previously about this ( http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=4139826 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1099 ) so please do reply.
Bes...
22017-09-28 10:08:08 UTCSomeoneElse สวัสดี.
คุณสามารถอธิบายว่า "มุมมอง" เหล่านี้ที่คุณได้เพิ่มเข้าไปได้คืออะไร?
ผู้คนพยายามและไม่สามารถติ...
32017-09-28 17:19:47 UTCandi9876 Dear, please not again, reverted aleady.
12017-09-27 11:41:32 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - here I think you've merged a bit of canal into a lock https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/500381672/history so that the ref now applies to a huge length of canal.
12017-09-27 01:09:56 UTCSomeoneElse Er - not only does https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4792387396 not have a Chinese name signed on it the actual name used here ("York Chocolate Factory") is actually incorrect.
12017-09-27 01:05:42 UTCSomeoneElse I've never seen any Chinese signage on McArthur Glen York!
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/56748281
12017-09-27 00:58:25 UTCSomeoneElse The wikipedia and wikidata entries on http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2127054 look like the apply to the whole route (as far as Santiago de Compostela) not just this section of it near Mulhouse.
22017-09-27 01:02:08 UTCnyuriks I agree, and this will be part of the overall cleanup as described at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Improvement_Tasks#Duplicate_tags_on_a_relation_and_its_members - lets discuss it there on the talk page, because discussions on changesets are harder to track and consolidate.
12017-09-27 00:12:28 UTCSomeoneElse If you want to perform a mechanical edit on OSM data then, as pointed out previously, you need to follow https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct . You are not doing this.
22017-09-27 00:15:08 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, I think you are not being fair or impartial. I have reviewed every single change in this edit - they are done manually, one by one, not mechanically. This is very different from massive wikidata tag upload.
32017-09-27 00:33:42 UTCSomeoneElse I'd spend a few more characters spent in the comment explaining what you're doing would be helpful, not just "found with tinyurl" (link does not load for me; presumably it needs Javascript).
Explain what the problem is - for example in the case of https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/480708...
42017-09-27 00:38:14 UTCnyuriks Thanks, this is a valid feedback. I should make my comments more detailed.
12016-12-17 13:38:36 UTCSomeoneElse Is the name of 117730 correct? It was last edited by a user who changed it from what I thought it was called.
22017-09-26 23:57:50 UTCSomeoneElse For completeness, I fixed 117730 a while back in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/45037487 (the problem was unrelated to this edit, or to wikidata).
12017-09-26 21:41:21 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
The wikidata entry that you added to https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2715516561/history seems to be for the brand, not for this particular object in OSM?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-26 21:44:19 UTCSomeoneElse Also, the bus stop https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4942536695/history has had a wikidata link added to the network operator. Did you not do any basic sanity checking on the data your changing here (how many _bus stops_ have their own wikipedia page, seriously?)
32017-09-26 22:02:25 UTCnyuriks 1) correct - when doing semi-automated changes, it is not a good practice to change multiple things at once, because in case of a mistake, the partially-automated and partially-manual changes are hard to undo (wastes a lot of effort). So step one is to add matching wikidata item, just as described ...
42017-09-26 22:04:36 UTCnyuriks 2) same logic - bus stops should have neither wikipedia nor wikidata tags, but use network:wiki* tags instead. Same thing - now that these objects are trackable, they can be converted to network as well. Performing just one task is much safer for the stability of the data. I can move all bus stops f...
52017-09-26 23:31:16 UTCSomeoneElse Do please ensure that you read and follow https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct before any future mechanical edits. Don't just have a bit of a chat on the talk@ list, ignore all criticism, and do it anyway.
62017-09-27 00:13:31 UTCnyuriks Please be consistent. I plan to fix it as requested in the original comment. The fix is semi-mechanical - I will find all objects that fit criteria, review them and edit them. You are welcome to re-read the talk and participate in the discussion. Also all concerns were answered, with the possible ...
12017-09-25 08:12:33 UTCRom1 Hi, i don't agree with some of these modifications. Example : http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4469858091/history where you added a wikidata tag althought already exists the tag brand:wikidata (http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Wikidata#brand:wikidata.3D.2A)
Thanks for the corre...
22017-09-25 17:41:33 UTCnyuriks Rom1, I agree - wikidata should not be set for a place of business that is a chain - e.g. Mc Donalds. As discussed in the @talk, this is just the first step that allows rapid search for all such places. The next step is to move all wikipedia and wikidata tags to brand:* for the chains, as well as ot...
32017-09-25 21:12:37 UTCSomeoneElse @nyuriks whereabouts was this mechanical edit discussed?
42017-09-25 21:40:01 UTCnyuriks https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2017-September/078720.html
52017-09-26 00:28:17 UTCSomeoneElse That doesn't say "I'm going to add lots of links that I know are wrong", which is what is being complained about here.

In particular, it doesn't address concerns raised in that thread e.g. at https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2017-September/078756.html (incidentally similar...
62017-09-26 05:35:58 UTCnyuriks I have reverted all of the relations and nodes that contained "#" in their "wikipedia" tag. I put together some thoughts on how wikipedia/wikidata should be validated and improved - https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Improvement_Tasks
72017-09-26 23:22:46 UTCSomeoneElse You haven't addressed the places where you've added wikidata entries in error; the very first issue raised on this changeset discussion.
82017-09-26 23:34:56 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, I posted about it to the @talk about an hour ago, please take a look. Once community agrees that this is ok, I will fix them all. Without it, it would be a partial fix for just a few instances.
12017-09-26 21:22:45 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
On https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/81776419/history you've moved "operator:wikipedia" to "brand:wikipedia". You've said in the changeset comment that "McDonalds is a brand"; but McDonalds runs a mixed franchise model and is the operator of a significant numbe...
22017-09-26 22:07:02 UTCnyuriks I do not, and this might have been a mistake. I will contact the original authors to find out.
12017-09-26 16:07:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Fingrmouse and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
I think something's gone a bit wrong at least up near:
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/31699323#map=18/53.13117/-1.03334&layers=C
The Southwell Trail relation was composed of several different parts, some of whicj were former railway and some of...
22017-09-26 16:18:11 UTCFingrmouse The Southwell Trail is entirely based on an abandoned railway - there's no section of the trail doesn't run along an old rail route. The main West-Southeast route was part of the Midland Railway and the most northerly section near Bilsthorpe was where it transitioned into LM&SR / LNER routes. Th...
32017-09-26 16:32:51 UTCSomeoneElse The northern bit (just south of the Car park in Bilsthorpe) is a bit to the west of where the main rail lines were I think - see https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=18&lat=53.131153&lon=-1.033118 . Obviously it's a bit tricky here - bridleways and railways are linear feature...
12017-09-26 13:38:09 UTCGinaroZ Hi, this section is already part of the John Muir Way relation and therefore does not need a name https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/49215#map=13/55.9970/-2.6103
22017-09-26 14:57:14 UTCSomeoneElse Just for info - a couple of ways of seeing long distance paths like this: https://hiking.waymarkedtrails.org/#?map=12!55.9982!-2.6546 and https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=14&lat=55.99511&lon=-2.6278 .
12017-09-24 10:53:37 UTCHarald Hartmann Hello andy mackey. Do you searched for http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:amenity%3Dpublic_bookcase ? ;-)
22017-09-24 10:54:08 UTCHarald Hartmann btw `old-phone-box` would be a new (and so far unkown) key.
32017-09-25 21:18:47 UTCSomeoneElse "building" is sometimes used to indicate an old phone box - http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4588450555 .
42017-09-26 04:53:49 UTCHarald Hartmann @andy mackey: have you ever read the wiki mentioned above? so i've expected that you change it from `amenity=library` to `amenity=public_bookcase` and from old_phone_box to `public_bookcase:type=phone_box`. Or is it a really a library?
12017-09-24 18:28:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Can you explain what https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/527244266#map=16/24.7647/43.8673 is? You've added it as "coastline" here which seems unlikely.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-24 18:29:11 UTCSomeoneElse مرحبا ومرحبا بكم في خريطة الشارع المفتوح!
هل يمكنك شرح ما هو https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/527244266#map=16/24.7647/43.8673؟ لقد أضفته ك "ساحل" هنا يبدو غير محتمل.
تحياتي الحارة،
أندي
32017-09-25 06:02:03 UTCBCNorwich Please understand that Way 527116798 is a duplication of highway 411.
12017-09-24 10:24:49 UTCHarald Hartmann Hello SomeoneElse. At http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5124076913 you have tagged `cradt` instead of `craft`, right? #typo
22017-09-24 10:49:19 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks
12017-09-22 23:57:58 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing that some of the tags on https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/60263383/history should perhaps be adjacent rather than on the crossing?
12017-09-21 22:50:22 UTCSomeoneElse Erm - you perhaps ought to have a read of the page https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Relations/Relations_are_not_Categories in the OSM wiki :)
22017-09-22 08:44:54 UTCandi2911 Oh ok, well I haven't started with the european road network relation, which is already quite big. Ok, then group it as you wish :)
12017-09-21 13:31:27 UTCSomeoneElse For the avoidance of any doubt - Google Streetview isn't a valid source for OSM (the licence is incompatible). Obviously you may be mapping things from local knowledge here (and just saying "they really do exist; you can look at GSV if you don't believe me!"), and this data has been delet...
22017-09-22 05:41:32 UTCJay May Hi Andy. I’ve already been acknowledged with this fact a couple of months ago, after what I stopped using GSV for OSM immediately; but thanks for your reminder. Kind regards. Jerry
32017-09-22 05:42:45 UTCJay May P.S.: in this case I hadn’t used GSV, but I wrote that because one specific user from LT kept deleting my changes and I was angry...
12017-09-18 21:30:17 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for fixing!
12017-09-18 13:53:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Ultimate lore,
You've deleted two long paths that are still visible on the imagery here. Can you explain what the problem with them was?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-09-18 13:53:54 UTCSomeoneElse 你好极了,
您已经删除了在这里的图像上仍然可见的两条漫长的路径。 你能解释一下他们的问题吗?
最好的祝福,
Andy Townsend,代表OSM的数据工作组。
12017-09-18 09:33:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hello andi2911,
In this changeset and most other recent ones you've not used any changeset comment. Adding a changeset comment allows other mappers to see why you've changed what you've changed. As you can see from http://osm.mapki.com/history/node.php?id=234298960 the objects here have political...
22017-09-18 09:35:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hallo andi2911,
In diesem änderung und den meisten anderen neueren hast du keine änderung kommentiert. Hinzufügen eines Changeet-Kommentars erlaubt anderen Mappern zu sehen, warum Sie geändert haben, was Sie geändert haben. Wie Sie von http://osm.mapki.com/history/node.php?...
12017-09-17 16:05:35 UTCHarald Hartmann Hello SomeoneElse. At http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/525251037 there are some typos: `maxsspeed` and `surce:name` ;-) #newkey #typo
22017-09-17 16:09:48 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12016-11-18 02:10:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I think that something has gone wrong here. You've set the wikidata ID of both http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/195384 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/88077 to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q23098 .
They're different entities on the ground. Can you explain how you actually ...
22016-11-18 02:13:05 UTCSomeoneElse Likewise http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/957520 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/957519 have been assigned the same wikidata ID. In this case should they perhaps share one relation that has the same wikidata ID?
32016-11-18 03:06:28 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, thanks, good catch. I'm trying to get the Wikipedia and Wikidata tags in sync. Seems that the Wikipedia tag have been set to an identical value on both. I will investigate - maybe only one of them should have it?
42016-11-18 03:15:11 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, I fixed the first one - it should have had a different Wikidata ID, as well as a different (more prescise) Wikipedia link. http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/195384 I cannot figure out why the second pair have identical WP and WD links, without being identical. The WP article doesn'...
52016-11-18 14:08:27 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - the Administrative Derbyshire's wikidata link looks OK (the sv:wikipedia page looks a bit rubbish, but we'll gloss over that - a wikipedia problem, not an OSM issue).
As things currently stand I don't think http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/957520 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/relat...
62016-11-18 19:14:01 UTCnyuriks Hi, thanks for looking into it!
The first issue is really about Wikipedia vs Wikidata linking -- sometimes WP article covers both the village and civil parish, while WD item claims it is both, but it is really about just one meaning. Do we really want to link to both is an open question - IMO only ...
72016-11-18 21:45:31 UTCSomeoneElse Re "Do we really want to link to both is an open question" it would probably make sense not to link to either if the thing that you're linking from in OSM is something else entirely. To be honest, I'm still struggling understand what I asked at the top - "what you're actually trying ...
82016-11-18 23:15:23 UTCnyuriks I posted a long reply to https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?id=56436 but it is pending moderator approval. I tried to explain both my method and reasoning. I simply locked the volatile Wikipedia link as a Wikidata ID - I have not touched the objects that did not have a Wikipedia tag alrea...
92016-11-19 00:29:34 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - I'm sure that the post will be approved shortly.
102016-11-19 01:00:36 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse - https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=618646#p618646
112016-11-20 07:03:06 UTCnyuriks fixed two more dups - https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/43815558 - the rest (957519,957520 - Barnby Moor CP, and 1976182,4077796,1976184 European walking route E2 - seems legit. We don't need to have a perfect 1:1 between wikidata and osm - just like WP links, multiple objects in OSM can point...
122016-12-12 00:24:29 UTCSomeoneElse It's been over 3 weeks now - are you going to fix the errors in this changeset? Some examples noted above, but there are many others.
132016-12-12 10:02:07 UTCnyuriks SomeoneElse, yes, I am working on it. You can always reach me on IRC - "yurik".
142017-05-19 09:37:22 UTCSomeoneElse Well, It's been over 5 months now - are you going to fix the errors in this changeset? The Dunham-on-Trent example is still wrong, but there are many others.
152017-09-16 09:06:28 UTCSomeoneElse Actually, looks like someone's changed something in wikidata back in April - wikidata now says "village and civil parish". Barnby Moor still in 2 pieces though (wigh pre-exists this changeset).
162017-09-16 19:49:17 UTCnyuriks @SomeoneElse, I think it should be fixed differently - we should remove all tags except name, note, source, and type, and create a relation that has all the original tags with those two ways.
12017-09-13 14:17:53 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
If you're looking for somewhere to add test data, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you in future?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-13 14:24:28 UTCStephaneP Hi !
Sorry ! I completely forgot to use a test server.

My test was related to this discussion :
http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/StephaneP/diary/42273

Stéphane
12017-09-12 17:04:08 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-09-12 14:02:06 UTCHarald Hartmann Hello SomeoneElse. At http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5099252990 you tagged `ahop=variety_store`, so i think this is a typo, right? #newkey #typo
22017-09-12 14:38:57 UTCSomeoneElse Yes thanks - fixed.
12017-09-11 15:44:39 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Is the definitely a deli (as per https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:shop=deli?uselang=en-GB ) rather than the usual sandwich / other fresh food place? It's a while since I've walked past the door (it's a long way uphill from most of Matlock) but my recollection was more Sandwich-y?
Best ...
22017-09-11 20:09:02 UTCkjon Hi Andy, feel free to change if you think fast food suits better.
32017-09-12 12:04:50 UTCSomeoneElse I'll have a look the next time that I'm there.
12017-09-11 15:17:14 UTCmaxerickson Hi-

This changeset accidentally moved a node of a building a long distance, something to watch out for. It ends up creating rendering artifacts across a wide area.

http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/ika-chan!/diary/42268
22017-09-11 15:27:42 UTCtyr_asd Now the restaurant is duplicated in Vienna:

* https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5009482079
* https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5009482081

It's really strange that this happened at all. The two node ids differ only by 2, but it's not a single bitflip. Did you do something special with JOSM w...
32017-09-11 15:28:46 UTCtyr_asd PS: I couldn't help but notice that the comment on this changeset could be better. Please read https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Good_changeset_comments – your fellow mappers would appreciated that very much :)
42017-09-12 11:57:25 UTCPlaneMad Does JOSM not throw a warning for this?
52017-09-12 12:01:20 UTCSomeoneElse There's a ticket from 3 years ago: https://josm.openstreetmap.de/ticket/11215
(which is worth a read, just for a giggle).
62017-09-12 12:23:43 UTCtyr_asd I would assume that Walter did not intentionally move this node from Africa to Europe in this changeset: Walter seems to be an experienced user, and this changeset looks quite fine (adding a precise cuisine tag, teaking the coordinates slightly) if it wasn't affecting the wrong node. – I've as...
72017-09-13 18:42:21 UTCWalter Schlögl It seems to me that there is a bug in JOSM that could have moved this point that far, but I'm not sure how to identify such a bug.
12017-09-12 11:28:15 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You may want to double-check the border here since I had to revert a couple of wikimapia-derived edits.
Best Regards,
Andy (Data Working Group)
22017-09-12 11:35:29 UTCWładysław Komorek So far I don't see any problems.
32017-09-12 11:43:35 UTCSomeoneElse Neither did I (though there's a hole in the Indian boundary that I mentioned at https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=663343#p663343 ), but I thought I'd better let you know just in case.
12017-09-12 10:34:07 UTCSomeoneElse Hello xinduqiao,
Can you explain what boundary changes you made here and what the source was?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-09-12 10:34:29 UTCSomeoneElse 新都桥你好,
你能解释一下你在这里做了什么边界变化以及什么来源?
最好的祝福,
Andy Townsend,代表OSM的数据工作组。
32017-09-12 10:49:05 UTCxinduqiao I based on the line of control from Wikimapia, between India and China. In fact the boundary is an unfixed line. The official map only marked an approximate line which is not suitable for the situation of LoC. Therefore, I try to find an exact shape of the boundary of current state.
42017-09-12 10:58:38 UTCSomeoneElse Hi xinduqiao - thanks for the reply. We can't use wikimapia as a source, unfortunately, since that is often just traced from Google - see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wikimapia#Putting_OSM_data_into_Wikimapia_is_not_allowed for more details.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-09-07 18:39:30 UTCchillly This looks like an undiscussed mass edit.
22017-09-08 16:03:31 UTCconfusedbuffalo I can see why you say that, but I felt that this was acceptable. Firstly, it's only changing the tags, not keys.
Secondly, I feel that it is important to have phone numbers callable internationally, particularly with the increasing use of OSM data in smartphone apps. When travelling, I expect to be...
32017-09-08 16:29:41 UTCSomeoneElse For clarity re "When travelling, I expect to be able to tap on a phone number and for it to work, without me having to enter the country code at that time", you can. If you're roaming on another country's network you can just dial local numbers with no country code, just as if you were di...
42017-09-08 17:05:05 UTCchillly Your premise explaining why the international code is wrong. You can dial any number in the UK using only the area code (known as the STD code in the UK) and the local number. If you visit the UK with a roaming phone you still do not need the international code (+44). You only need that if you are c...
52017-09-11 20:09:21 UTCconfusedbuffalo I hadn't realised that about dialling numbers
12017-09-08 16:00:49 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
This is just a quick note to let you know, in case you're not already aware that the Morrocan border here is one of the more "sensitive" ones in OSM - there have been politically motivated attempts to change the borders of Morocco in the past to include...
12017-03-02 15:30:17 UTCSK53 Can you please stop needlessly changing Bing to bing. It totally obscures other changes which you are making. You're changeset comments are not adequate to understand what you are doing. Please discuss this type of edit with the local community first.
22017-03-02 15:37:15 UTCSK53 Can you please stop these edits immediately you are creating bad data https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/369383412/history
32017-03-02 22:29:57 UTCPolarbear Besides the Bing issue, you are messing up county boundaries. Boundaries might be legally defined by a stream or river. Look at this example:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/71656812 was serving both as a county boundary (admin_level 6) in a boundary relation, and a waterway. It might not be idea...
42017-03-07 02:18:15 UTCPolarbear Fivemiletown edits 46526305+46525145+46523754 reverted in 46637434 and selectively restored in CS 46637891, 46639210, 46639252, 46639371, 46639474
52017-09-08 12:27:50 UTCKDDA Can this please be put back to how it was before. The waterway is NOT called Tyrone / Fermanagh
62017-09-08 12:37:43 UTCSomeoneElse @KDDA - there are only 2 bits called "Tyrone / Fermanagh" left - http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/490542618 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/369383412/history - it's probably easiest just to change them manually.
72017-09-08 21:43:03 UTCPolarbear There was one of WernerP's changeset still on my todo list from the series of repairs above, which were done manually. Let me check that manually at daylight tomorrow if that is the reason for your question.
82017-09-09 08:38:09 UTCPolarbear Checked my records, seems my unfinished repair is in Ballinasloe/RoI, not the Fivemiletown/NI here.
Anyway, it seems that for w369383412, I had removed the Tyrone / Fermanagh name from WernerP's edits in March.
On the other hand, for w490542618 and w261564260, KDDA himself added waterway=stream t...
92017-09-09 08:42:28 UTCPolarbear The names of the counties and the admin levels are in the respective border relations.
Thus the border way as a member (waterway or anything else) can have its natural name or no name. Anything else might be in a note tag.
12017-09-07 19:10:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Ultimate lore and welcome to OpenStreetMap,
You've changed the boundary tags on
http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3964691/history from disputed to administrative. Can you please explain the reason for the change?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-09-07 19:10:22 UTCSomeoneElse 你好极了,欢迎来到OpenStreetMap,
您已经更改了边界标记
http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3964691/历史从争议到行政。 你能解释一下这个变化的原因吗?
最好的祝福,
Andy Townsend,代表OSM的数据工作组。
12017-09-06 19:25:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I think that something has gone wrong with https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/486594656/history . The name of that now says Patterdale, and it used to say Aira Force, but I think that Aira Force is correct because that is where it is.
Maybe you accidentally copied data from https://www.openst...
12017-09-06 18:03:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I don't think I'd describe the former Millers Dale station is any sort of "railway=station". That would suggest to people that they might be able to get a train from there! Previously it was "railway=station_site" which is not ideal, but at least it isn't misleading!
Mayb...
12017-09-05 18:27:51 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've made a change to some International borders here that seems to have caused some problems. Can you explain what you were trying to change?
The way that we map borders in OpenStreetMap is described at http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTer...
22017-09-05 18:27:57 UTCSomeoneElse 您好,欢迎来到OpenStreetMap!
你已经改变了这里的一些国际边界,似乎造成了一些问题。 你能解释一下你想改变什么吗?
我们在OpenStreetMap中映射边框的方式在http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf中有描...
12017-09-05 08:32:59 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-09-04 11:27:05 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - wrong account - should have been "SomeoneElse_Revert". The "note" here "VERY UNFINISHED NEEDS REFINING TTO WALL LINES etc" was added by a previous mapper of the Heathland here and it's actually considerably _more_ finished than the series reverted in N Wales. T...
12017-09-04 08:11:33 UTCjaap de vries je hebt overal Geen ingevuld, dit is niet de bedoeling, zie ook mijn PB of deze link http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Welkom_op_OSM
22017-09-04 10:38:32 UTCSomeoneElse I stayed at De Witte Schuur about 20 years ago - back then it just called itself just "De Witte Schuur" rather than "Zorgboerderij De Witte Schuur", but I guess that might have changed.
12017-09-04 08:18:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Would it be possible to explain what the change was here? "clean up special characters" doesn't really say what was changed and why.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-04 09:10:24 UTCglglgl Besides, a change covering the whole world is kind of frowned upon. Better create separate changesets for each region.
32017-09-04 16:55:34 UTCBman @SomeOneElse, the changes were to remove whitespace characters like newlines, carriage returns and tab.
42017-09-04 16:58:17 UTCBman @glglgl, good point. Sorry about that.
12017-09-03 21:54:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Which router is it that requires a "bicycle=yes" on a gate in order to route through it?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-09-03 08:48:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hello TR42,
In https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/51621108 I tried to explain the problems associated with "colouring in" large swathes as heathland without paying attention to the detail. You're still doing it here - if you look at http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/52.82126/-3.4...
22017-09-03 11:44:40 UTCtrigpoint I would also like to add that last time I was on The Berwyns it was not an area I would describe as heath, it is mostly moorland.

As a local I find it quite concerning that my local area is being mismapped in this way.

Phil
32017-09-04 10:39:57 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 51714984 where the changeset comment is: Reverting a series of poor-quality edits following discussion at https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2017-September/020576.html
12017-09-02 10:27:18 UTCSomeoneElse Sustrans have the 680 cycle route as the Monsal Trail https://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/route-680. I've not seen that signage, but have seen signage where Sustrans don't have it down in Matlock.
12017-09-01 09:33:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hi James,
You may want to revisit some of the deletions in here - the DWG's had to revert the offending duplicates added in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/51210673 et al (see the discussion in there which also suggests a possible Google source of the names).
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, ...
12017-08-31 17:42:56 UTCSomeoneElse Hi TR42,
In here http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/6999982 is quite large. You've tagged it as "natural=heath" but then added a note "using heath tag to represent fell, fell tag doesn't do anything.". Please don't tag one thing incorrectly as another just to create a parti...
22017-09-04 10:39:56 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 51714984 where the changeset comment is: Reverting a series of poor-quality edits following discussion at https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2017-September/020576.html
12017-08-30 09:37:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
You've removed a couple of tags from http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/40581 - was that perhaps an accident?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-30 09:38:11 UTCSomeoneElse Ciao,
Hai rimosso un paio di tag da http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/40581 - era forse un incidente?
I migliori saluti,
Andy
32017-08-31 09:38:51 UTCosm_fede Not a mistake, the previous ruins are now a beautiful B&B named "Campi Elisi"
42017-08-31 09:44:30 UTCSomeoneElse It wasn't the B&B I was asking about, it was the administrative boundary relation http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/40581 .
52017-08-31 10:17:11 UTCosm_fede SORRY, not my intention to modify the administrative boundary relation. I want to modify only B&B and the name of the street "strada vicinale l'Eremitu".
62017-08-31 11:06:08 UTCSomeoneElse No problem - I see that they have just been restored - http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=51609472 - so all should be OK now.
12017-08-22 16:44:31 UTCRedGel The way 42677505 that was a retail area was changed to a building as part of this change set. But it was an area that encompassed multiple buildings.
22017-08-30 09:06:12 UTCSomeoneElse @RedGel do you need help undoing the problem changes here? This editor hasn't edited for 12 days; it's possible that they may not return.
Best Regards, Andy
32017-08-30 12:10:36 UTCRedGel @SomeoneElse Hello Andy, yes please. Help would be much appreciated I'm still learning the ropes.
Regards, Rob.
42017-08-30 15:38:32 UTCSomeoneElse OK, I've added a couple of buildings from imagery and changed the larger rectangle back to "landuse" (and stretched it a bit to include the car park). Does that look better now?

Also do you know what the southeastern building is? Dunelm Mill is in the northwestern building - are there...
52017-08-30 19:25:38 UTCRedGel Looks good to me.
That building is a Fludes Carpets and I'm sure it's a kitchen shop. Magnet? I drive past it every week and I can't remember. The next time I go past I'll make a note and add them in.

Looking again at the changes made in this changeset. The following ways were changed from landu...
62017-08-30 19:52:10 UTCSomeoneElse I didn't do a revert, just looked at each of the new "buildings" and changed the most obviously wrong. 42677503 is just one building, but obviously a bit of tidy-up so that the shape matches better would be nice. 42677501 looks OKish (but is that Aldi to the northwest misplaced?). 22734...
72017-08-30 20:10:22 UTCRedGel Aldi is correct. The satellite imagery is out of date. The factory used to be Goldwells but it was knocked it down and they built Aldi in 2016. The industrial area needs changing to exclude the area used by Aldi.
12017-08-29 10:38:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-29 09:38:08 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Is there really a convenience store with your name in Russia?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-29 09:38:30 UTCSomeoneElse Merhaba,
Rusya'da isminizle birlikte bir marketten gerçekten var mı?
Saygılarımla,
Andy
12017-08-20 09:43:51 UTChycart This has not had the desired effect - apart from in JOSM. Will have to consider an alternative approach.
22017-08-20 22:38:30 UTCGinaroZ What effect were you looking to achieve?
32017-08-21 08:42:00 UTChycart I wand the name of the wooded areas to appear on the map (Lochend Woods), either in one or multiple places. This only happens with the Humanitarian variant of the map. What is shown in JOSM editing mode would also be fine. This must be a common situation, I can see names for landuse/forest being ...
42017-08-28 14:00:41 UTChycart I see the name has appeared now, perhaps you have to wait some time for the lower-resolution tiles that have these. I really wish there was VM setup to accept updates and perform localised tile rendering exactly as the OSM site does that people could use in order to check this sort of thing.
52017-08-29 08:29:40 UTCSomeoneElse If you're familiar with installing a VM yourself you could try https://switch2osm.org/manually-building-a-tile-server-16-04-2-lts/ .

To add "test stuff" to a local rendering you'd need to save a .osc and apply that as a "change".
12017-08-27 13:19:18 UTCSomeoneElse I've restored the tags on the Barrack from http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/393538626/history
12017-08-24 15:18:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I suspect that people here might have been trying to say "this is a barber's and not a hairdresser's". If you look at the subtags for hairdresser you'll see that it's often tagged that way: https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/hairdresser . Mechanical edits to OSM do need to be di...
22017-08-27 08:03:19 UTCobserver Hi,
I think that it is best to revert this edit. Hope I can fix this myself.
Regards.
32017-08-27 08:07:38 UTCobserver "or do we need to revert these changes?"

Please do so, I can 't find out how I can do that from here. My apologies for the inconvenience.
Regards,
observer
42017-08-27 08:37:08 UTCSomeoneElse No problem - done.
12017-08-26 12:48:58 UTCSomeoneElse Is Carrington Street closed now as well? https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/169581775 is no access but https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/167053006 isn't restricted.
I've not been there in a month (when Carrington Street was still open and stuff to the east was fenced off).
12017-08-25 13:11:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Mirnamil, and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've changed a number of names in recent changesets, with a changeset comment of "100%".
Please do use meaningful changeset comments - "100%" does not explain what you changed or why, or what the source was.
For details on the ...
22017-08-25 13:12:06 UTCSomeoneElse Merhaba Mirnamil, OpenStreetMap'e hoş geldiniz!
Son değişikliklerdeki bazı adları değiştirdiniz, "% 100" lik bir changeset yorumu ile.
Lütfen anlamlı değişikliklerle ilgili yorumlar kullanın - "% 100", neyi değiştirdiğinizi veya nedenini veya kaynağı neyi a...
12017-08-24 15:26:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
This is a very large changeset with relatively few items in it. How can I see which objects in it are near me?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend
12017-08-24 15:23:16 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I'm guessing that perhaps http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/139014661/history could do with an "amenity=funeral_directors" tag on it?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-23 14:10:47 UTCGerdP Hi!
Please review:
highway=grass is not widely used, I assume you meant highway=footway + surface=grass?
22017-08-23 16:25:13 UTCStefan de Konink Nope, it is a routable surface, not a footway.
32017-08-23 16:28:31 UTCGerdP So maybe highway=service ?
42017-08-23 16:36:31 UTCStefan de Konink No, highway=grass.
52017-08-23 16:40:13 UTCGerdP Well, the highway tag is used to map the importance of the road, not the surface.
Why do you think that you have a special case here?
62017-08-23 16:50:24 UTCStefan de Konink Because there is no road.
72017-08-23 16:54:00 UTCStefan de Konink The hole purpose of having added these tags is the ability to route pedestrians over the camping place. Hence the highway tag is used on surfaces which form a graph. The highway=grass is not rendered. Don't do any harm, in the database, and should have been implicitly followed, sadly the OpenStreetM...
82017-08-23 17:03:52 UTCGerdP Sounds somehow crazy. A way that is not a road and should not be displayed as road should still be used like a road?
92017-08-23 17:08:46 UTCStefan de Konink Exactly. The surface is a field of grass used for camping. While passing the surface in the middle moving to another campingfield is a highway activity. Don't want to render it on the map, do want to route over it.
102017-08-23 17:11:22 UTCGerdP What router supports this mapping?
112017-08-23 17:14:33 UTCStefan de Konink OpenTripPlanner, RoutingKit, probably any router that can be configured to use tags.
122017-08-24 07:08:56 UTCGerdP So you tell the people who arrive at the camping to install this software and configure it just to find something like a trampoline? I can't believe that.
Besides that I still think that the highway tag should not be used here.
132017-08-24 14:56:27 UTCSomeoneElse For info - "highway=grass" hasn't exactly troubled the scorers at taginfo:
https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/search?q=highway%3Dgrass . It's only used in this one location.
142017-08-24 19:50:29 UTCStefan de Konink I honestly don't care what you think. You are not familiair in the area, have not micromapped it, and the tagging is part of the openstreetmap database, and has not been used in rendering profiles.

I don't care about scores too. It seems you are only trying to formalize tagging, but don't come wi...
152017-08-25 05:16:25 UTCGerdP A possible alternative may be highway=virtual
It is also undocumented and not often used (64 times) but at least more self explaining,
and I think it is used for the same purpose.
162017-08-25 12:32:24 UTCStefan de Konink Thanks, this is a good suggestion. I would be happy to use it.
12017-08-24 13:10:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps http://api06.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-03-03 10:59:05 UTCdieterdreist This should be reverted ASAP. Undiscussed import. Wrong source in changeset comment. See also https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-it/2017-March/057524.html
22017-03-04 20:54:58 UTCposchon I seems to be, I was to fast. Please give me the feedback over PN. What did I do wrong?
Poschon
32017-03-04 20:58:50 UTCposchon For the start:

The basis for the import was http://dati.emilia-romagna.it/dataset/numerazione-civica-del-territorio-comunale--50f328b0/resource/fa3d040e-d4ea-4cdd-85c7-a83294fbeab0

The licenc for all imported adresses is Creative Commons - CC0 1.0
42017-03-04 21:14:16 UTCposchon Check the datas:
I compared all the adresses between present in the openstreet and in the SET. After the import I checked all the adresses over http://osmose.openstreetmap.fr/ and corrected all doubel house numbers
52017-03-04 21:18:08 UTCposchon But now I see some of my adaptations of double house numbers are not present on official release. Positive think is: The server has all the corrections
62017-03-04 21:22:39 UTCposchon I prepared all the import to correct it. Every one can filter all house numbers for "Information = info". I have also the imported file on my computer and could send it to every one.
72017-03-05 14:03:41 UTCdieterdreist Hello Poschon, thank you for replying. The most important critique from the mailing list is that you didn't follow the import guidelines and didn't contact the local community, otherwise you would have learnt that there was already an established structure and guidelines for importing this data: ht...
82017-03-05 14:08:33 UTCdieterdreist also you should use a dedicated account for imports, especially if you are uploading a lot of stuff like you did.
92017-03-05 21:44:26 UTCposchon Hallo Martin,

I see.

I will the same: A great map for the world.

Are you in the community "Emilia Romagna"?

At the moment all my try to change something on the map is not visible. It seems that my account works partially.

About the doubles address:
At the moment over osmose...
102017-03-06 16:55:36 UTCdieterdreist Hello Poschon, there is still some discussion on the italian ML as you might have seen. I have told them that you are wiling to solve the few duplicates and that I have the impression you have understood now that there are import guidelines that have to be respected. Although the data doesn't requir...
112017-03-06 21:00:01 UTCposchon Hallo Martin,
Grazie for this feedback.
I did not get your formulation "Although the data doesn't require legally attribution (cc0) it would still have made sense to provide it (so others can see where the data came from)."

What is exactly the requirement in this case about source?\...
122017-03-06 21:19:25 UTCposchon I stay in Modena for more as one year. I have big interest to increase the status of OSM in Modena.
132017-03-06 21:22:59 UTCposchon Sorry I miss understand you last comment.
142017-03-06 21:25:37 UTCposchon Then I will wait for the feedback. I follow the discussion in ML, but it is quite difficult to understand. The google translate help me a little.
152017-03-09 18:50:42 UTCposchon I see the first feedback about the quality:

1.\tSome days ago I talked about invisible addresses. I mean the wrong format --> 2/A. At the moment there are 51 addresses with wrong format. There is no problem to solve it.

2.\tNot existing houses: I can not imagen that one responsible/person f...
162017-03-15 11:05:45 UTCdieterdreist Hello Poschon, there have only been neutral or positive reactions regarding the import (a revert will likely not happen). You can go on with fixing the few duplicates (my preferences would be in doubt to favor the non-import version of the duplicates). Thank you,
Martin
172017-03-15 11:08:24 UTCdieterdreist btw: why are you sure 2/A is the wrong format? It is a common housenumber scheme in italy. If search doesn't find this, we might have to improve the search.
182017-03-15 22:11:22 UTCposchon Hello Martin,

Grazie for the feedback. I will follow the unwritten low in case of duplicates to delete the imported address. At the next time I will search more deeply for a community. My big mistake is: I looked just for Modena. The wiki side for Regio Emilia does not include the word Modena.
...
192017-03-16 01:15:32 UTCdieterdreist the shortcomings of the search should be reported to Nominatim (the geocoding software on osm.org). Contacting the local community about the import: best way is probably to ask on the national mailing list, they can refer to a regional mailing list (if there is). There is also an international maili...
202017-03-16 08:58:07 UTCRegina Phalange Sorry for being late. I'm not much happy about this changeset, as I've seen the source in the past and I wasn't very amused about the quality. The house numbers are very often misplaced around the buildings, or even in the near buildings. If the general feeling is neutral though, I'm not going to in...
212017-03-17 10:47:36 UTCdieterdreist I think there is likely not a rule or if there is, it is not enforced, you can find different kind of 3/A, 3/a, 3a, 3A and there also are very frequent uses of the slash to make a list, e.g. 3/5/7 (for the house numbers 3 and 5 and 7) and there also are variants like 3/2 (which has to be read simila...
222017-03-18 12:54:56 UTCposchon ciao,

the format for the numbers is important. I agree with you. Today I did a small walk around Modena. I saw just the Format <Number><Letter> without ”/”.

Here are some pictures from plates and in upper left corner the position of this plate on the map:
https://ownc...
232017-03-19 11:41:38 UTCRegina Phalange Ok I'm really sorry because you are totally right about the plates. However the "/" format is default when you talk about addresses, as you can see here https://www.paginegialle.it/serramenti-infissi-klimainfissi-modena , http://www.immobiliaredonatello.it/it/contatti.html and (not Modena ...
242017-08-22 10:12:35 UTCSomeoneElse Hello poschon,
What is the point of the "information=add" data that you have added to every node here? Were these tags discussed anywhere before the import took place?
Best Regards,
See also the very negative comments about this import at https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-i...
12017-08-22 08:09:02 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Was this import discussed anywhere? The tagging (e.g. "information=a" looks very wrong.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-12 16:56:02 UTCdaganzdaanda I'm not sure it is an import... There seems to be a group of people who survey this area but don't yet know much about the tagging in OSM.
See https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/48894495 and https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50053772 and https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/48989209
12017-03-03 10:57:44 UTCdieterdreist This should be reverted ASAP. Undiscussed import. Wrong source in changeset comment.
22017-08-22 08:05:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hello poschon,
What is the point of the "information=add" data that you have added to every node here? What was the source of the import? Was it discussed anywhere?
Best Regards,
Andy
32017-08-22 08:06:30 UTCSomeoneElse @dieterdreist did you raise this anywhere else (one of the mailing lists, the DWG, etc.)?
42017-08-22 08:47:40 UTCdieterdreist IIRR this was discussed on talk-it and still IIRR approved post operam.
12017-08-21 11:22:37 UTCNakaner-repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 51301060 where the changeset comment is: Revert wrong change by user Guppie35 of B 6n to A 36. You have not been in field. https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=660305#p660305
22017-08-21 23:28:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Guppie35,

Your changeset comments are all either "no comment" or as here "just wright". Neither of those really explains what you're trying to do and what the source was. Please do take the time to explain your changes - OpenStreetMap is a collaborative project - we ha...
12017-08-21 14:36:06 UTCGinaroZ Isn't https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4694363660 better tagged as shop=opticians?
22017-08-21 14:57:37 UTCSomeoneElse By a margin of 31k to 60, yes :)
12017-08-20 21:55:31 UTCDaveF Hi
Why have you removed pub details from the polygon that represents the land operated by the pub (same as with the scheme for schools) & placed them on a building within the polygon boundary?

Why have you created a MP relation which places the pub car park *outside* the premises of the land...
22017-08-21 08:32:53 UTCSomeoneElse Certainly the change here has broken all the renderers that I'm aware of - https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7491197#map=19/51.35138/-2.09942 is completely confused, and https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=20&lat=51.3513518&lon=-2.099315 doesn't see the pub at all!
12017-08-19 08:50:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hi zerpou,
Was this import discussed anywhere (as per the Import Guidelines https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines )?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-09-22 21:27:12 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 52290172 where the changeset comment is: Reverting undiscussed import 50238127 which introduced lots of odd tags. Attempts to discuss with mapper failed - see https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1458 et al. Since-edited objects lef...
12017-08-18 18:39:35 UTCHolgerJeromin You have added https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4881225653 with shop=car_wash (wrong tag)
An amenity=car_wash was already there:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/310603519
Do i miss something?
22017-08-18 19:32:01 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for letting me know. It is (or was when I was last there) genuinely two adjacent car washes. I'll fix the tag.
32017-08-18 19:45:30 UTCHolgerJeromin Thanks for your quick answer (and the fix :)
12017-08-18 15:40:31 UTCSomeoneElse Also,
What evidence do you have for the name of http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/16290716/history ? I live just down the road from there and have driven around it many times. Where is it signed?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-18 15:34:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Where did you get the name "Pinxton Interchange" for http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/118554994 here?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-18 13:12:03 UTCpschonmann Are you 100% sure, that mapper want use source key ?
Reverting to bad key=values pair is not too good idea too. Surface=ground seems fine for me if its on golf
22017-08-18 13:14:26 UTCSomeoneElse Did you actually ask them what they meant?
32017-08-18 13:18:18 UTCpschonmann No, but surface=bing is nonsense, ive changed surface to right value thats fit to golf yard. Maybe grass will be more specific
42017-08-18 13:23:20 UTCSomeoneElse Here a "nonsense" tag is useful, because it says that "someone tagged something incorrectly. Leaving that visible means that this and their other contributions will be looked at more closely.You don't know what the mapper wanted to record here, or actually you guessed wrong - in this...
52017-08-18 13:38:39 UTCpschonmann Ok, youre boss
12017-08-17 19:48:33 UTCDaveF Pulverized Ash?

Instead of deleting could you have contacted the mapper(s) to ask?
22017-08-18 07:30:36 UTCToniE First guess: surface=paved or surface=paving_stones. "paved" is quite generic and should fit here?
32017-08-18 08:32:40 UTCSomeoneElse I've reverted this. Please ask the mapper what "pa" was a misspelling of in each case rather than just removing data from OSM.
12017-08-18 08:31:00 UTCSomeoneElse Here you've removed the only useful information that was mapped. Don't do that.
12017-08-18 08:21:14 UTCSomeoneElse The mapper presumably meant "source=bing" rather than "surface=ground" here. Please engage brain when fixing tags!
12017-08-16 15:50:15 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Harinder Burkhart,
What is the source for the population figure here?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-16 14:35:02 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain what change you were trying to make here?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-16 11:58:43 UTCtrigpoint Hi, you seem to have added a source:maxspeed with no maxspeed.
Also GB:rural is meaningless, there is no such thing as a rural limit. We have a national speed limit and tag source:maxspeed as either gb_nsl_single or gb_nsl_dual.
Cheers Phil
22017-08-16 12:50:05 UTCSomeoneElse For info, the most used values are at http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/keys/maxspeed%3Atype#values .
12017-08-15 15:14:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hi vadp,
Just so you're aware, there has been discussion on the talk-it list about whether Italian or compound Sardinian/Italian names should be used here - see for example https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-it/2016-November/thread.html#56129 .
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-16 08:27:49 UTCvadp Hi Andy,
No problem. I just feel that it's better to have one language per name tag otherwise it looks quite clumsy.

As a matter of fact I did made some investigation beforehand. http://www.comune.olbia.ss.it/ doesn't even mention Terranoa as an alternative name (or Terranòa or Tarran&og...
32017-08-16 08:45:03 UTCvadp Actually, I see what you had meant: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Multilingual_names#Sardegna_.28Sardinia.29 .

It's strange though that http://www.comune.olbia.ss.it doesn't follow these rules. But well, If it's an established practice, I'll amend the node.

Cheers!
Vadim
42017-08-16 09:36:21 UTCSomeoneElse There was actually quite a bit of discussion on the tail-it mailing list. There was talk of a wiki vote about names there, but I'm not sure if that ever happened.
52017-08-16 12:55:17 UTCvadp This "slashed" notation does look quite weird and unreadable. Strange that in Corsica, for example, they do not follow this pattern, although they seem to be even more keen of their Corsican names.

Never mind though. I'm not going to rename every place in Sardinia :)
12017-08-14 18:38:57 UTCSomeoneElse https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/489053247 isn't what people would normally describe as a tree row - looks more like a big hedge.
22017-08-14 18:44:31 UTCSomeoneElse Also https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/489053234 doesn't look like a fence but a wall, and it isn't that shape. https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/489053236 is that shape, but also appears to be a wall not a fence.
32017-08-14 18:46:21 UTCSomeoneElse Also https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/489053343 doesn't look like a driveway - it just appears to be a parking area in someone's front garden.
42017-08-14 21:09:14 UTCVlIvYur 489053247 looks like a tree row, because fence/wall in the meter to the N
489053234, 489053236 maybe there are walls. Shadow is strange, looks like this barrier consists of 4 pieces with height of 0.5-1m, and another one from the house to the next roof perpendicularly
489053343 leads to house, &qu...
12017-08-14 18:36:27 UTCSomeoneElse Do you have any evidence is a fence now? The imagery would suggest that it isn't one.
12017-08-14 18:28:33 UTCSomeoneElse By what logic do you make https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7449020 a farmyard? It just looks like a field with some pigs in it to me.
22017-08-14 23:36:51 UTCVlIvYur I'd confuse land and yard
12017-08-14 11:21:36 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks
12017-08-14 11:11:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hello - here you've deleted something that was previously a school - http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/23646951/history . Was that correct or should that be reverted?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-14 11:21:14 UTCoormilavinod hello, thank you so much for point his out. i have reverted the last change to yours . have a nice day :)
12017-08-14 09:26:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Lydie Domínquez Soliz and welcome to OSM!
Can you explain what the source of the data that you are adding is please?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
12017-08-03 11:50:27 UTCChetan_Gowda Hi rati gogebashvilli, can I know the reason for mass deletion of residential roads in this area? all the roads you have deleted had names and more other details. I'm going to revert them soon. For any query, Please reply here. Thanks
22017-08-13 17:33:48 UTCSomeoneElse For info - mentioned on help site: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/58290/vandalism-in-kutaisi-much-geometry-deleted
32017-08-13 17:38:36 UTCSomeoneElse @Chetan_Gowda Actually, there are quite a lot of other deletion changesets too. Presumably you are also going to revert those too?
Best Regards,
Andy
42017-08-15 16:00:22 UTCChetan_Gowda Hi Andy, I will pass this revert process to you. Please take action on these deletions. Thank you!

Chetan
52017-08-20 11:12:18 UTCAlecs01 This one was forgotten apparentely; reverted.
12017-08-13 17:04:43 UTCSomeoneElse For info I've asked on http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/51052679 what these empty attractions were supposed to be.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-13 17:03:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Les Pétards,
Can you explain what these unnamed "tourist attractions" across the world actually were?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-13 15:20:15 UTCSK53 I realise this changeset was mainly fixing minor errors, but it's rather difficult to review the changes when the area covered is so large.

Changes like converting existing areas to multipolygons can be quite confusing, because one sees tags deleted from ways.

Lastly I note one or two over cor...
22017-08-13 16:59:51 UTCSomeoneElse I'd agree with SK53 about relation usage here - certainly mapping https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7467686 as a relation is overcomplicated and misuses a fence as part of it. If there's a fence, map that; if there's a leisure area map that too (using the same nodes if appropriate). To map so...
32017-08-13 23:38:26 UTCVlIvYur Returned note for archive.

Relations: that was I said SomeoneElse before: it's hard to find right way if there are many ways over the same points. If you want write-once without multipolygons try to edit around Nottigham railway station.
Breakage was before me: someone made mini golf unclosed wi...
12017-08-13 13:55:51 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain what " so it appears in the same priority as Wales" means? Appears where?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-31 21:50:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hello ArjanO,
The data that you've imported here clearly contained some problems (data at latitude 0, longitude 0). Was it discussed anywhere? See the links from https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import which describe the steps that should happen before an import takes place.
Best Regards,
An...
22017-08-08 14:19:02 UTCArjanO Hi Andy,

I guess something went wrong with an import.
Point taken.

best regards,
Arjano
32017-08-10 09:06:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Arjano,
Was the import discussed anywhere?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-09 14:03:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Presumably https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3835590182/history is no longer a carpet shop?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-09 13:25:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Have you any idea how incorrect latitude and lo...
22017-08-09 14:42:35 UTCJonas official I dont know exact answer, but what i can say probably might be due to differences in projection coordinate system UTM that was set during the GPS track photogeometry
12017-08-08 12:50:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You've added "designation=shed" to e.g. https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/158177904 here. I think you might have meant "description"? "designation" is used to indicate the legal classification of something - see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key%3Adesign...
12017-08-03 10:19:08 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
It looks like some of the changes that you made here aren't actually valid. For example, https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/288217838 is extremely unlikely to be part of a cane processing plant. I've been to the Netherlands many times, and rolling fields of sugarcane were notable by their a...
22017-08-08 09:41:02 UTCethylisocyanat Hi Andy,

https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/391400377 was demolished,
but https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/392350505 is clearly still active.

It is not producing any raw sugar, but specialties:

De fabriek in Puttershoek produceert de droge specialiteiten basterdsuiker en poedersuiker in zo...
32017-08-08 09:53:49 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Thanks for that.
Regards,
Andy
42017-08-09 12:31:27 UTCethylisocyanat Hi Andy,

thanks for being tough on all suspicious changesets!
12017-08-07 20:49:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Is this perhaps a pub? If so, "amenity=pub" would be the appropriate tagging for it.
Also is the operator perhaps "JD Wetherspoon"?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-08-07 13:06:58 UTCMike Baggaley Hi, is way 342863745 really named Bus Link? If this is not a proper name, please remove it. If it is, I suggest adding a note to say it really is the name.

Cheers,
Mike
22017-08-07 13:28:59 UTCSomeoneElse Yes, it really is called that.
12017-06-05 11:54:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
You've made a tag change to these items, but are you and the rest of the TW community happy that the location of new items in TW is correct? The changeset that added them https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49196299 added many other objects in the middle of the sea - have you checked the l...
22017-06-05 11:55:27 UTCSomeoneElse (自動翻譯)

嗨,
您已經對這些項目進行了標籤更改,但是您和TW社區的其他成員對TW中新項目的位置是否正確? 添加他們的變更集https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49196299在海中添加了許多其他對象 - 您是否檢查了您在此處修...
32017-08-04 21:01:12 UTCjidanni 您東西丟於
http://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=20/24.00000/121.00000 不好。
42017-08-07 10:32:20 UTCSupaplex http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4891499275
新北市安坑的點位跑到台中
52017-08-07 10:39:54 UTCSupaplex 然後,不是我丟的,是Geothings丟上去的
http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49185168
62017-08-07 10:48:15 UTCSomeoneElse @Supaplex Geothings data imports (here and elsewhere) have caused lots of problems. I commented on this changeset to tell you that the data that you were modifying is probably misplaced.
72017-08-07 12:19:21 UTCSupaplex I had already modified the nodes outside of Taiwan terterity. The one node jidanni says the location is wrong, is misplace to another county.
12017-08-07 10:41:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hi just spotted something a bit odd with the Loch Katrine Aqueduct. If you look at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/216514037#map=18/56.16172/-4.47594&layers=H it seems to go east of the Duchray Bridge across Duchray Water whereas there is an aqueduct https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/21651405...
12017-08-07 01:18:19 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - you've added a node in the middle of the Atlantic in this changeset!
12017-08-06 20:50:22 UTCSomeoneElse Hi - just wondered about the layer tag on https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/164651832 . It's set to layer=1, but the bit to the north is layer=-1. Both sections are location=underground.
Cheers,
Andy
22017-08-08 16:55:47 UTCtms13 Thanks. I've fixed this, and in progress of more accurately tracing both aqueducts using OS 6"/mile mapping from early 1900s.
12017-08-04 16:50:24 UTCGinaroZ I think mot is correct, as it offers an MOT service?
22017-08-04 17:40:28 UTCmueschel Shouldn't it be amenity=vehicle_inspection or service:vehicle:inspection=yes then? The first is documented and used 800 times, the latter is used 30 times.
32017-08-05 13:14:28 UTCSomeoneElse Something involving MOT would make perfect sense to me - see http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/search?q=mot#keys and http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/search?q=mot#values for where it's been used before. "inspection" is hardly used for MOTs; see http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/sea...
42017-08-05 13:49:16 UTCmueschel I'm not from the UK, so I didn't hear the term MOT before.
But as far as I see, these tags involving the term MOT are used maybe 50 times in the UK, while all the rest of Europe has the tag amenity=vehicle_inspection used 1300 times. This tag is supported in JOSM and shown e.g. in Osmand as well.
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12017-08-05 10:00:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Nemigo,
In OSM we map the world as it exists, not as we'd like it to be. Changing a McDonald's to a McMerda is not OK - don't do it again.
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-08-05 10:01:39 UTCSomeoneElse (Traducción automática al es)
Hola Nemigo,
En OSM trazamos el mundo como existe, no como nos gustaría que fuera. Cambiar un McDonald's a un McMerda no está bien - no lo hagas de nuevo.
Atentamente,
Andy Townsend, en nombre del Grupo de Trabajo de Datos de OSM.
12017-08-01 20:23:07 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain what data was "corrected" here? This changeset has a very large area, and it's not clear what "Corrected data" means.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-01 20:29:11 UTCSomeoneElse Something definately went wrong with http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/512114867/history (which you've snce fixed - thanks) - any idea how that happened?
32017-08-02 02:27:32 UTCdrsgis I don't know what went wrong. I'm using the arcmap extension, which was being a bit buggy today, and when I synced the edited data for some reason a couple of vertices on one road segment were shot clear across the world. So the changeset area is not nearly that big. I fixed misaligned roads, fixed...
42017-08-04 14:03:08 UTCSomeoneElse Whatever it was, thanks for fixing the data :)
12017-08-04 08:45:16 UTCSomeoneElse This changeset added a large number of streetlights in the middle of a field in France. How did that happen?
See http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4990806032/history#map=18/47.97477/3.31544 for example.
12017-08-03 10:09:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/5007981725 seems to be a duplicate of the pub on the corner. Probably worth merging them.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-03 10:20:13 UTCRudipeters Hi Andy,

Your comment can be right, I didn't check the neighourhood for other places. The only that I know is that this restaurant exists. Maybe it's the new name of a former place.

If you happen to be there please feel free to check the situation on site and merge the two places. Or let me k...
32017-08-03 10:31:53 UTCSomeoneElse It looks like the same place to me - I'd just merge the two values onto one node and leave it as a restaurant.
42017-08-03 12:05:28 UTCRudipeters If I only knew how to...

Can you do it (please)?

Just to make clear we didn't misunderstand each other: the "Duchess of Argyll" is there (I had some Mexican food there last Monday), the "Gazelle" I didn't see, hence my idea that "Duchess..." is just the new name o...
52017-08-03 12:24:06 UTCSomeoneElse No problem - all done in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50807427 .
62017-08-08 06:26:23 UTCRudipeters Thank you! (and sorry for not answering immediately...)
12017-08-01 18:18:39 UTCSomeoneElse Hi will,
Quick question - does the edit to the location of http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3726792237/history after your change look OK to you?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-02 11:21:02 UTCwill_p It appears that the whole roundabout was moved rather than just the traffic signals. Everything was shifted roughly 2 metres to the west. Looking at GPS traces I think the original position was slightly more accurate, but it's probably too minor to worry about.
32017-08-02 12:57:21 UTCSomeoneElse OK, Thanks.
12017-08-01 18:14:18 UTCBCNorwich Hello and Welcome to OpenStreetMap.
I don't suppose you are aware that OSM is a live worldwide database that is able to instantaneously change the characteristics of hundreds of folks maps. I hope you can realise that the live database is not the place to conduct tests. (Tests can be done off line ...
22017-08-01 22:01:11 UTCluciecohen Hi Bernard,
My apologies - I didn't appreciate the nature of the programme. Thank god I didn't do more damage! Thanks for being so polite in your response - I'll leave the site alone in future.
32017-08-02 11:12:43 UTCSomeoneElse If you want to add test data you can try https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ - it's just like the "live" site but with just test data in it.
42017-08-02 20:59:00 UTCfreebeer Hallo Lucie,
May I repeat the welcome Bernard gave...
You wrote:
"I'll leave the site alone in future."
Please don't... Constructive contributions are always welcome, and there is a lot to be done, perhaps less in London relative to elsewhere -- but I see dozens of unresolved notes ne...
12017-07-31 22:59:09 UTCethylisocyanat Hi Hieu Van,

was it your intention to delete the relation of the Asian Highway 1: http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3839665?
22017-08-02 08:04:29 UTCHieu Van Yes, it was a duplication fix
32017-08-02 08:54:20 UTCSomeoneElse http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3839665/history was a super-relation (as you can see from the previous members of it). Looking at one of those, http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/152361 does not appear to be a member of any super-relation. What was http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/38...
12017-08-01 19:52:56 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just for info - I deleted a duplicate "Birth of Sky" artwork http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4936507323/history creatd in here. The other one that you added had more info on it so I left that.
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4846191746
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-01 20:17:10 UTCHobgoblin Hi Andy,
Thanks. Not sure how I managed that when was adding a couple of POIs in China. I seem to have created a huge area changeset too. Never mind - all sorted now.
Neil
12017-08-01 09:17:10 UTCwambacher hi,
please stop those changes. This area is CONTROLLED by India and CLAIMED by China.It is not ok to change that area.

This political motivated edit will be reverted asap.

The Data Working Group (DWG) is watching your activities and you will be blocked if you keep on doing that stuff.

22017-08-01 09:46:27 UTCxingdavis How to prove that It is CONTROLLED by India.
32017-08-01 10:17:02 UTCSomeoneElse The Chinese media think it is controlled by India: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-39638543 :
"a region that is part of China's territory but in which some areas are currently controlled by India," a Chinese state media report said.
42017-08-01 10:23:23 UTCxingdavis Can that represent the state?
52017-08-01 10:26:35 UTCxingdavis It is just a traitor lackeys.Don't let me see him, he'll regret it.
12017-08-01 07:18:28 UTCSomeoneElse Hello HelioFelix,
Any imports into OSM must follow the procedure described at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines . It's important to discuss imports with other mappers so that they can confirm that the data is licence-compatible and make sure that is is sensible in other ways.
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22017-08-01 07:37:19 UTCHelioFelix I am not going to resolve the license issue. It is not sure the name, height, coordinates of survey points should go into the map. The best thing to do is to remove all of them.
32017-08-01 07:50:21 UTCSomeoneElse OK, thanks.
12017-08-01 05:22:53 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just wondered what the source of the "lit" change to http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/150995433 was?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-31 16:03:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
All your changesets are just titled "create changeset". Can you please explain what you are doing?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-31 15:34:26 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain the changes you've made here? "fixing relations" doesn't really explain anything.
As you may be aware, the boundaries here have been subject to politically-motivated edits in the past. It'd be helpful to all other mappers if you could explain the changes.
Best R...
12017-07-24 14:23:52 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
It looks like there's a "partial non-reuse of nodes" issue here.
I'm guessing that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/509890783 is supposed to abut the landuse that surrounds it - it reuses nodes at the eastern side (which I'd expect) but not at the western, so there's an overlap. I g...
22017-07-24 16:21:34 UTCRowland Nodes are snapped to existing points, the residential area looks like that has spilt beyond its extent on the ground, have now snapped to share boundary
32017-07-27 07:54:05 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks.
12017-07-25 18:48:42 UTCrene78 I guess this revert went partly wrong. For example node 1224150978 seems to be a valid village.
22017-07-25 19:00:17 UTCSafwatHalaby Are you sure 1224150978 is a valid village? I saw tens of villages all named "الدار", meaning "home". I assumed they weren't real.
32017-07-25 19:05:19 UTCSafwatHalaby For instance, see these:

https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1222021281/history

https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1217865870/history

https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1219409595/history

https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1224322328/history
42017-07-25 19:05:43 UTCrene78 If you go to this url - http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1224150978/history - Click on the coordinates of the last changeset, then edit, then zoom in as much as possible. You will see that there is a village. Maybe "الدار" is a common name in arabic?
52017-07-25 19:07:08 UTCSafwatHalaby Unlikely. "الدار" means "the home". It's even less likely to have many villages bearing the same name right next to each other. (See my links, and those aren't all).
62017-07-25 19:09:18 UTCSafwatHalaby Indeed there's a village. I think it'd be best to rescan all removed villages and re-add them without the name at all, just place=village.
72017-07-25 19:09:29 UTCSafwatHalaby Thanks for pointing this out!
82017-07-25 19:12:54 UTCSafwatHalaby In your particular example, if you zoom out a little, you'll notice there are 2 villages with seemingly valid names. Perhaps they also cover that area and it's all good after removing "الدار".
92017-07-25 19:32:45 UTCrene78 Not sure. But nonetheless it is a good idea to do some housekeeping once in a while. Especially quite a few of those maps.me edits are of low quality. Thanks.
102017-07-26 09:07:19 UTCSomeoneElse Any idea what the change to https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/256498994/history was here? It seems odd that it has got caught up in a "my house" tidy-up.
112017-07-26 20:42:38 UTCSafwatHalaby This node https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2621574419 is part of the way, and it had its name tag removed.
122017-07-26 20:58:08 UTCSafwatHalaby Method used for anyone curious: Downloaded nodes bearing "hot words" via JOSM+overpass, and manually inspected them.

the queries are often of the style node["name"~"hotWord"] or node["name:ar"~"hotWord"].
132017-07-26 20:59:21 UTCSafwatHalaby A time-consuming followup would be manually inspecting the edit history of each person who added a node that was deleted in this changeset. Looking for easy ways to script this.
12017-07-24 15:54:07 UTCMike Baggaley Hi, I see you have added access=no to ways 16533193 and 16533219. These are footways and have foot=permissive on them, so access=no has no effect other than to cause confusion as to what was intended. If you intended there to be no pedestrian access, please remove foot=permissive, otherwise, please ...
22017-07-24 16:13:42 UTCSomeoneElse @Mike For info see https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50175156 and https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Nottingham/Broadmarsh_Re-development - it's very much a work in progress at the moment.
12017-07-24 14:33:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-24 10:06:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hi James,
This looks very much like a mechanical edit - was it discussed anywhere?
Not that I expect that anyone would necessarily have complained, but a "heads up" to anyone who's consuming the data would have been nice.
Also, I presume that you did actually check all 135 nodes to see ...
22017-07-24 10:49:17 UTCJamesKingdom Hi Andy,
Sorry for not notifying, I was just going on the basis that the amount being modified was quite low.
I checked most locations, but I will double check them all later today, or I can revert them if you like.
Sorry for the inconvenience
James
32017-07-24 14:58:11 UTCJamesKingdom Hi Andy,
I have checked on the map and imagery, and all 135 look to be in plausible locations.
Sorry again for the fuss,
James
12016-06-14 16:00:53 UTCRicoZ The reverted changeset clearly had some errors but I think many of the objects are in fact cave_entrances.
22016-06-14 16:16:17 UTCSomeoneElse @RicoZ Indeed, and local mappers will I'm sure pick those up over time.

The solution to "some cave entrances are incorrectly mapped as caves" is not to change ALL caves to cave entrances - that's just differently wrong.

By their very nature (being underground and not visible on aeria...
32016-06-17 15:20:23 UTCRicoZ Thanks, I have started http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/natural%3Dcave and am looking at those places now
42017-04-02 08:16:25 UTCzstadler Currently, there is "cave" is not an approved tag.
.
I find is strange that the most appropriate approved tag "natural=cave_entrance" was replaced by an tag that was proposed at the time of the change.
.
As a result of this change, applicable caves have disappeared from maps...
52017-07-23 07:38:51 UTCzstadler The proposed "natural=cave" proposal applies to ways and areas.
.
I therefore changed/reverted all "natural=cave" nodes in Israel and Palestine to "natural=cave_entrance".
62017-07-23 09:23:52 UTCSomeoneElse @zstadler OSM does not have "approved" tags, If someone has mapped something beyond a "cave entrance" as a "natural=cave" then that's perfectly OK. As noted above, as with any "odd tagging" I'd expect local mappers to check examples near them, as I presume y...
72017-07-23 10:04:46 UTCRicoZ @zstadler: most of the nodes natural=cave should be natural=cave_entrance but not all. It may be that in Israel the data is sufficiently homogenous that you can simply replace it but in other countries I found mappers tagged wine cellars, restaurants and many other objects with nodes of type natura...
82017-07-23 15:09:30 UTCzstadler Yes, I'm the original mapper of all recently corrected entries, and they should have been "natural=cave_entrance" in the first place.
@SomeoneElse: The https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposal_process says a proposal can be approved by voting. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Pr...
12017-07-21 12:20:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
You've got Europa Link with a "ref" of C760. Is that actually signed? It didn't used to be (a couple of years ago). If not, official_ref would be the preferred way of tagging it - see http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/keys/official_ref#values .
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-21 07:52:17 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-19 19:13:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Is https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4978125922 really a tourist information place or is it a taxi office?
12017-07-19 19:12:03 UTCSomeoneElse Welcome to Nottingham! If you're around on Tuesday, you might like to know that https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Nottingham/Pub_Meetup is happening at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/116810775 .
12017-07-19 16:42:41 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Any idea how a node near the south pole http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4946117229 got added here?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-19 16:39:22 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I've changed this back because some of the changes appeared to have been made by mistake, including renaming a shopping centre to Vodafone.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-19 15:31:38 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Is http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4965493629 really a viewpoint in the middle of the street? It seems an odd location.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-19 13:33:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Rowland,
You're still creating changesets without comments. Please stop doing this immediately. If you do you'll get blocked again. See link to previous discussion at http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1415 .
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.

12017-05-10 13:19:58 UTCchillly HI,
Tidy after an import? Where was this import discussed? Are you aware of the guidelines? https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines
22017-05-10 16:28:04 UTCGinaroZ Looks like the school grounds are from OS OpenMap Local according to the source https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/492338815
32017-07-19 13:31:35 UTCSomeoneElse My personal experience of the various bits of OS OpenData (trees, water, buildings) is that "trees" were basically rubbish (there are probably some trees in the area, but you can get a much better idea of exactly where from Bing+survey), "water" was pretty good, if a few years ou...
12017-07-19 10:37:39 UTCSomeoneElse Hello carlo fornaciari,
OSM is a collaborative project - we have to work together to create the best map. Part of this means that sending abuse to other users, either privately or in changeset comments such as this one, will not be tolerated.
Please treat other community members with respect. If...
22017-07-19 10:38:10 UTCSomeoneElse (Traduzione automatica)
Ciao carlo fornaciari,
OSM è un progetto collaborativo - dobbiamo lavorare insieme per creare la migliore mappa. Una parte di ciò significa che l'invio di abusi ad altri utenti, sia in privato che in commenti di changeet come questo, non sarà tollerato....
12017-07-13 20:48:06 UTCDaveF Hi again
The two landuse=industrial areas you've added appear to overlap existing areas & stretch into land own by other companies or is public land. If you have additional data could you add it to existing objects.
22017-07-13 23:16:57 UTCndm School would ideally use multipolygon.

Nursing Home might not be a good match for a hospital -- there's a couple of different options documented in the wiki.
32017-07-15 13:20:05 UTCRowland Per the source, the pound for the port after per there OS openmap local data. Will take a look at the multi polygons.
42017-07-15 21:31:47 UTCDaveF I'm unclear what you mean. I've looked at the OS Open Map - Local data for the area & see no boundary. Is there an on-line version of what you're using as data?

Could you explain what 'Tayberry' is? Is it an editor or an importer?
52017-07-19 09:34:14 UTCSomeoneElse I suspect that http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507316742 is mistagged. It's tagged as a hospital, but the name suggests it's a nursing home. Have a look in https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/ for things like "nursing home" "care home" and "healthcare" and "social...
62017-07-19 13:03:27 UTCDaveF Social facility is probably what's required: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:social_facility
72017-07-19 20:51:16 UTCndm I've redrawn from Bing and tagged as amenity=nursing_home as per JOSM defaults for "Nursing Home".
82017-07-19 20:55:11 UTCndm I redrew Penny Brohn as well -- not sure about Bristol Port -- should at least be a relation? Probably needs extensive redrawing/reverting?
92017-07-20 09:39:38 UTCDaveF In JOSM There's also the newer amenity=social_facility as an umbrella value for all variants as list in the link I provided above, which seems sensible development to me

The two main problems I have with the port is
1) it's tagged as industrial which duplicates existing area
2) it does tie in ...
102017-07-20 12:11:27 UTCDaveF Correction: "it *doesn't* tie in "
112017-07-20 19:20:36 UTCndm I walked the bridleway ~2 months ago -- it's outside of the fenced industrial area. I note the original industrial area is still "underneath" the larger -- as is the foreshore, part of the coastline/inlets and a wildlife corridor I added a while ago.
12017-07-15 23:19:56 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Rowland,
Something seems to have gone wrong here.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507606545 seems to be an almost exact duplicate of https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507606545 (added about 6 years ago). This is not the first time that this has happened (see https://www.openstreetmap.org/c...
22017-07-18 20:37:27 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for removing one of the duplicates http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/66437278 , but would it be possible to answer the other questions too?
Also - you're still not using changeset comments, and other mappers (unprompted by me) are complaining: https://openstreetmap.org/changeset/50232241 .
O...
12017-07-16 09:46:40 UTCDaveF Hi
Do you have any details for this airstrip. I can find no info.
22017-07-16 10:03:21 UTCjan_olieslagers I found it in a list , published as a pdf, called "Britisch Isles Airfield Guide". It dates from 2013 though, so I cannot vouch there still is an active aerdrome today. Do feel free to add "note" or "fixme" or "closed=yes" as you see fit. Regards,
32017-07-17 14:49:02 UTCSomeoneElse @jan_olieslagers what's the licence associated with the PDF and where did the information in it come from?
42017-07-17 15:54:10 UTCjan_olieslagers I've no idea. There is no mention of copyright or licence in the pdf that I could find. Let me have an address and I'll be glad to mail it to you. Regards,
52017-07-18 20:04:52 UTCSomeoneElse A quick web search of "Britisch Isles Airfield Guide" "pdf" "2013" finds a few candidates, such as http://www.laasdata.com/uploads/The-LAAS-British-Isles-Airfield-Guide.pdf . Is it perhaps one of those?
In the absense of any other information we probably can't assum...
62017-07-19 10:23:52 UTCCebderby Visually, the line of T hangars at the west shows it was an aviation site (at the time of the images). Looks like it is a private site known variously as (Wickwar/Yate) Chase Farm (Airstrip), certainly in use 2009-2016 (see https://svmc.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/August-2016.pdf). The E-W run...
12017-07-18 16:39:21 UTCSomeoneElse For an example of what I'm talking about, see the fix-up in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50384009 .
12017-07-18 16:38:40 UTCSomeoneElse The changes here were to:
o Remove fences that had been added purely by guesswork.
o Joining component ways of the car park into one amenity=parking way and remove unnecessary multipolygon relation.
o Redraw the residential landuse so that it uses the nodes of adjacent features that form the land...
12017-07-18 16:23:16 UTCSomeoneElse Are you sure that https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/508037415 is actually a driveway? It doesn't look like one from the imagery.
22017-08-06 14:33:32 UTCVlIvYur Looks like. May be shop or garages there. There is no transit traffic, so why not driveway?
People tags as driveways really strange things like http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/103353135
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/103353137
http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/103353142
That I'll tag only with...
12017-07-18 16:16:39 UTCSomeoneElse Any reason that you've created https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7387261 as a multipolygon, when it's just a simple car park area? Please don't make the data in OSM more complicated than it needs to be (in particular, don't make it more complicated than it actually is on the ground). Creating ...
22017-08-06 15:59:46 UTCVlIvYur It is not 'just a simple car park' - almost all of the borders where drawn (two walls of buildings and a fence), so I've added a line on the S and made multi.
Maybe in this case it was more simple to click all points around and draw new closed polyline. But you have to be more careful with points (...
12017-07-13 11:13:49 UTCwambacher Hi, i'm not shure if your changes of name:zh are ok,

BUT NEVER EVER remove boundary=administrative from any admin boundary!
You did this for Belarus and Falkland Islands in this changeset.
Please work more carefull.

Regards
walter

Fixes:
http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/5025495...
22017-07-13 12:11:15 UTCwambacher Just checked the list:

https://wambachers-osm.website/index.php/10-osm-reports/958-countries-compare-2017-07-13

All missing boundaries with admin level are "result" of your work. You even changed Ukraine to type=site, which is vandalism.

I'll contact Data Working Group and we will...
32017-07-13 13:45:00 UTCCarson_gor sorry for those error.
i haven't charge those options.
and i think this is about the slow of the web site and i type so fast.

i'm so sorry for this
42017-07-13 13:45:52 UTCCarson_gor i just change the Chinese name of those.
52017-07-13 16:11:54 UTCwambacher Sorry, can't beleave you :(

there are no know problems with poor internet connections. And never ever does a bad line change tags (e.g type=boundary to type=site for ukraine)

Andy from DWG told me, that he contacted you too because of other strange edits :(

please try to do a good job.
\...
62017-07-14 03:00:24 UTCCarson_gor ok , i know about the problem.
it is find, i will improve myself on this.
72017-07-14 10:15:31 UTCwambacher hi,

your last ~10 changesets were OK :)

If you think, that is a technical problem, you should change the editor. iD is "for beginners only". complex edits like changing relations should be done by JOSM, which is much more stable and desingned for "professional use". In a lo...
82017-07-14 13:15:01 UTCCarson_gor i think the problem is not about i'm a beginners,it is because at the editor mode my browser on openstreetmap is very slow but other tab is find. so i think that the osm have to improve the editor mode more smoothly.
92017-07-14 13:32:39 UTCwambacher not right: iD uses browser but JOSM does not.

JOSM does: download data to local system/edit local/upload changes only to osm

that is much less traffic than iD.

btw: iD is making many problems on complex relations (e.g. boundaries). ok, just changing tags it's doing well - i hope.

But ...
102017-07-16 12:35:38 UTCangys please revert the name:zh to original one .Traditional chinese script should use name:zh-hant not use the brackets.This already violate and can be mark as vandalism.
112017-07-17 11:18:59 UTCSomeoneElse @Carson_gor Can you explain the source of your changes and who you discussed them with? Country names affect everyone - it's basic politeness to ensure that changes to them are discussed and that everyone is happy.
122017-07-17 11:48:41 UTCCarson_gor @SomeoneElse i know what you worry about and my source is base on the google map, but some have use the osm lab of zh-Hans , and i have discuss with @angys, thank you of his understanding. the zh tag will have Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese name together.
132017-07-17 12:12:10 UTCSomeoneElse Actually, my concern wasn't that you were copying from Google (please confirm that you aren't), it was that you haven't discussed these changes with the wider OSM communities around the world. Can you please explain what discussion has taken place?
142017-07-18 14:14:58 UTCCarson_gor @SomeoneElse
https://osmtw.hackpad.com/RFC-Multilingual-names-ngewyizFYzN

i think this link have the decision, isn't it?
152017-07-18 14:57:32 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing, because the document doesn't say, but that looks like a hackpad used within the OSM TW community only.
12017-07-17 20:46:08 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - this seems to have added a node at latitude 0, longitude 0.
12017-07-12 17:19:43 UTCchillly This is not a university. please stop adding university to all the objects within the area of the university. This is incorrect tagging.

Are you going to remove these?
22017-07-17 15:00:26 UTCSomeoneElse The "water-based hockey pitch university" has been fixed, but there is still a "national throws centre university" at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/58404006 .
12017-07-17 14:42:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello TwistaDee,
OpenStreetMap is designed to be a map of the world as it really exists. If you'd like to design an imaginary city, then please use http://opengeofiction.net/ for that (it's exactly the same as OSM, except that it's imaginary).
Alternatively, if you'd like to stay here, why not ma...
22017-07-18 20:14:16 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50388714 where the changeset comment is: Reverting fantasy-mapped city in Greenland.
12017-07-17 07:37:15 UTCkaritotp Hi TwistaDee, you added motoway highway with numbers as name (https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/507828193/history#map=19/74.61223/-41.71661) also on this changeset there are many crossing between highways without a intersection. Could you please check again and fix them? thank you
22017-07-17 14:36:16 UTCSomeoneElse @karitop - just so you're aware, you're commenting on "numbers as name" on a freeway entered by a user in the middle of _Greenland_ . Let's just say that the semantics of the tagging here is the least of our worries :)
32017-07-18 20:14:21 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50388714 where the changeset comment is: Reverting fantasy-mapped city in Greenland.
12017-07-17 09:25:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hello - something went a bit wrong here; you've added these in the middle of the Atlantic!
12017-07-14 15:35:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea how incorrect latitude and long...
22017-07-17 06:15:43 UTCRuedi Ernst Hello Andy
I am still OSM beginner, I am aware of no mistake. Could be that I have made one.
I thank you but for the correct.
Thanks and regards
Ruedi
12017-07-14 14:42:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetmap! What exactly is "Fornix locus"?
In OSM, in order for anything, including map renderers, to do anything useful with the data it'll need something to go with the name to say what sort of name it is.
Maybe something at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki...
12017-07-14 09:56:58 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - something went a bit wrong here. This school got added in the middle of the Atlantic!
12017-07-14 09:54:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-14 15:46:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
On https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/42966910/history you've added a wikipedia link from a 707 parked at Hamburg to the wikipedia page for Boeing 707s in general. This doesn't make a lot of sense. If there's a wikipedia page for this specific example of a 707, then of course it would make sen...
22017-07-13 11:20:09 UTCrobgeb I agree.
Best Regards,
robgeb
32017-07-13 11:34:22 UTCSomeoneElse OK, are you going to revert this, or would you like me to?
12017-07-10 07:49:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hi ninjamask,
Throwing such a large area at JOSM validator does not achieve anything useful - in fact in some cases it actually makes things worse because it obscures the remaining problems caused by e.g. a bad import.
For example, https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/506046148/history was deleted he...
22017-07-12 22:35:01 UTCSomeoneElse Just for info, it took me 2-3 hours extra last night to to fix up the import in India because of the changes here.
12017-07-10 22:37:03 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
According to http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=50163638 5 relations had their tags changed by this changeset. Can you explain why those tag values were changed and that the tags mean?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-07-12 01:01:52 UTCninjamask JOSM fixed multiple whitespaces. Dunno what the tag means
32017-07-12 21:47:14 UTCSomeoneElse Please don't do this.
If you don't understand what a tag means, you shouldn't change the value.
42017-07-12 22:58:53 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50242599 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some of a series of mechanical edits where it was clear (from https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50163638 ) that the mapper didn't understand the tags being modified. See also comm...
12017-07-12 12:56:14 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As well as crossing the Atlantic, this changes adds lots of unconnected nodes such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4965049954 . Can you explain what they're for?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-12 12:54:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Have you any idea how incorrect latitude and longitude values could have got...
22017-07-12 18:00:59 UTCEnrique Moron Hi, I'm using a translator. It was an accidental mistake. Maybe it's due to the editor (josm), which raised a rectangle by mistake. However the marked area is very, very inferior. In conclusion I have no explanation that it could have happened.
12017-07-12 10:14:09 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Did you discuss the changes to these objects with the OSM communities concerned, and with the people who originally added them?
I'd be interested to know how you verified these changes without any source.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-07-12 10:59:26 UTCtambre I did not verify nor discuss with the relevant OSM communities (no idea this was something one should do). As stated by the changeset comment, I simply re-tagged from deprecated to non-deprecated ones. Feel free to revert.
12017-07-11 21:05:56 UTCDaveF Hi
This is an automated edit. Have you discussed this on any OSM forum?
22017-07-12 05:37:28 UTCtambre This wasn't an automated edit. I went through everything manually.
32017-07-12 08:57:08 UTCDaveF Your changeset was open for just 6 seconds.
42017-07-12 09:29:00 UTCtambre After some Googling about how changesets works, it seems my editor (JOSM) simply uploads all changes at once by default. As for the 6 seconds, it seems roughly like the time it would take me to upload a changeset of this size. Should I in future figure out how to avoid uploading everything at once? ...
52017-07-12 10:08:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
There are a few reasons why automated edits such as this one need to be discussed.
One is to give people who are using the "old" tagging chance to change to the "new" tagging. Without any kind of warning, features will disappear from downstr...
62017-07-12 10:11:07 UTCSomeoneElse For more info, see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct .
12017-07-11 10:33:29 UTCamisha2016 @SomeoneElse
I have tried to upload clubs. It seems correct according to me. Please check if I have committed any mistake.
22017-07-11 11:09:15 UTCSomeoneElse @amisha2016 As I said over on https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50130355 " before doing any sort of import you'll need to read https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import , https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines and https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of...
12017-07-11 08:55:13 UTCSomeoneElse Hello - can you explain why you have deleted so many things in this and previous changesets?
22017-07-11 08:55:31 UTCSomeoneElse 你好 - 你能解释为什么你在这个和以前的变更集中删除了这么多东西?
32017-07-12 15:09:59 UTCmavl Hello. This changeset is reverted.
42017-08-03 13:19:55 UTChanchao 请尊重其他人的工作成果 不用乱删数据
12017-07-10 23:23:42 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50188052 where the changeset comment is: Following discussion on http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50130355 , reverting some problematic imports in India.
22017-07-11 08:11:59 UTCSomeoneElse https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/230598545/history overlaps with the building to the east - can you please check which is correct?
12017-07-10 12:30:54 UTCdidier2020 hi,
in this changeset/area there is
- duplicated way (géometry and tags)
- duplicated nodes (géometry and tags)
- Way node tagged like way

like this
http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7381948
i think it's an import and not source=knowledge

Can you fix all this issues ?...
22017-07-10 12:31:54 UTCdidier2020 major issues are on osmose :
- http://osmose.openstreetmap.fr/en/errors/?country=india_punjab&item=1230
- http://osmose.openstreetmap.fr/en/errors/?source=17424&item=4090&class=1
32017-07-10 18:03:08 UTCSomeoneElse @didier2020 See https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1400 (which has now been read).
42017-07-10 18:37:31 UTCamisha2016 @SomeoneElse
Shall I revert the changeset 50130355?
Procedure following:-
1. In JOSM, downloaded the plugin reverter
2. Revert the changeset 5013055
3. Upload
I have not uploaded yet. If you say I will upload it.
52017-07-10 19:35:29 UTCSomeoneElse Since there are a few problems, and there are also "fixup" edits by other mappers since, it might be easier if I did it. I'll be in a position to do it in a couple of hours.
62017-07-10 23:23:36 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50188052 where the changeset comment is: Following discussion on http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50130355 , reverting some problematic imports in India.
72017-07-11 08:02:21 UTCSomeoneElse OK, all now finally complete. There were a significant number of problems here.
Firstly, before doing any sort of import you'll need to read https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import , https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines and https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_co...
12017-07-11 07:20:08 UTCSomeoneElse Following discussion on http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50130355 , reverting some problematic imports in India. This changesets deletes objects that had been "tidied" by mapping-for-the-QA-tool and could not be deleted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50188052 .
12017-07-10 07:09:20 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain what you've trying to do here? This looks like an import of data from an external source - what was that source ("source=knowledge" on the changeset gives us no clue).
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-07-10 23:23:39 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 50188052 where the changeset comment is: Following discussion on http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/50130355 , reverting some problematic imports in India.
12017-07-09 17:34:42 UTCdforsi You may want to check the tag "barruer" on https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/505899095
22017-07-09 18:30:43 UTCSK53 Will be checking it anyway as I need to look at photo to see what kind it is & whether there was a stile or gate. Dont know why this didnt autocomplete
32017-07-09 23:46:11 UTCSomeoneElse I think the bridge at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/505901990 has got a bit carried away too :)
42017-07-10 07:27:21 UTCdforsi Sometimes we see strange things :)
Also this tunnel with layer=1 should be -1 I think https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/505901985
12017-07-09 10:26:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Just wondering the reasoning behind "castle_type=defensive" on Bolsover Castle? Whilst it's true that the original castle here was defensive, what's here now is essentially just a country house. As your source wikipedia says, "the castle was designed for elegant living rathe...
12017-07-07 13:27:47 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for adding these. Just for info, the latest OS Locator data does include a couple of the new roads:

http://ris.dev.openstreetmap.org/oslmusicalchairs/map?zoom=18&lat=53.11182&lon=-1.26038

12017-07-07 13:22:24 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for filling in the details here!
22017-07-07 22:31:42 UTCHughPH I live in the area, so it makes sense to use what I know!
12017-07-06 10:25:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
22017-07-06 10:25:35 UTCSomeoneElse Actually - looking at the data I can see what it is, it's the learnosm test data that got uploaded by mistake.
12017-07-06 10:22:47 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-06 10:20:07 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-07-02 09:14:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Vugar Seidov, and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've changed a number of names here, with a changeset comment of "The official name is Lachin".
In this changeset you have changed a number of language-specific names for places to the same value. Language-specific names are there to a...
22017-07-02 13:35:25 UTCVugar Seidov Dear Andy,

The name of the town is Lachin, not Berdzor. All the legal residents have been expelled due to the war, but they are considered IDPs with the right to return home. They are the only legal residents, and they call the town Lachin. Period!
Those very few who currently and de-facto live...
32017-07-02 13:42:37 UTCVugar Seidov Just another example to help you understand the situation. You know about the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. There was a town (and still is) called Famagusta. Before the invasion, it is entirely Greek-Cypriot. No Turk-Cypriots lived there. During the invasion, Turkish army entered the town and ordered ...
42017-07-02 14:08:35 UTCSomeoneElse I refer you again to http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf - speficially "The existence of a name, boundary location or description in the OpenStreetMap
database does NOT imply t...
52017-07-02 14:13:14 UTCVugar Seidov Dear Andy,
I got your point. Then would you mind to remove the name Artsvashen and change it to Bashkend, as NO ONE living on the ground in that village uses the former name?
I hope, this will meet your requirements.

Regards,
Vugar
62017-07-02 14:40:22 UTCSomeoneElse I'm no expert on the situation here, but assuming you're talking about the area around https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2597146 then on my reading of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artsvashen that would make some sort of sense. The relation has 4 names in the "name" field, the node h...
12017-07-02 10:06:05 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-21 16:03:57 UTCchillly Welcome to OSM
Has someone really converted a house to a restaurant and called it Test?

I think this needs to be removed as a restaurant.
22017-06-28 12:33:11 UTCSomeoneElse @chillly Maybe they're waiting for someone to remove their test data before writing up their dissertation on "how robust OSM is to vandalism"!
32017-06-28 12:41:32 UTCchillly @SomeoneElse you're right, time to remove the junk
12017-06-26 20:06:32 UTCVlIvYur Why did you dropp all of footway=crossing?
22017-06-27 00:48:51 UTCSomeoneElse Can you give any examples? I've left e.g. http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/488741633 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/488741636 . Strictly speaking those are traffic calming cushions though not crossings as such. You _can_ cross the road there, but can just as well cross anywhere else as well....
12017-06-18 18:04:15 UTCmarek kleciak Stop destroying detailed map using generalization tools. In developing countries like Nepal eactly map can save human life. Please first ask, then act.

22017-06-18 18:34:03 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Marek,
Can you please explain what were the actual problems caused by this changeset and the others on which you have similarly commented?
Also, you may find that that using emotive language such as "stop destroying" is less effective at communicating what you want to get across than ...
32017-06-22 13:04:49 UTCimagico I would like to add that what bdiscoe did here was not in any way destroying a detailed map. He removed nodes which had a very little influence on the overall geometry because they were almost exactly in the middle between the next and the previous node. See http://nrenner.github.io/achavi/?change...
42017-06-22 16:25:02 UTCSomeoneElse For info, see also https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1385 .
52017-06-23 05:46:26 UTCbdiscoe For what it's worth, I wrote OSM messages to marek kleciak explaining these edits, and even described the detailed steps he can do in JOSM to do the cleanup himself.
62017-06-23 07:16:50 UTCmarek kleciak We are in touch with bdiscoe now. I wrote him about reasons for this mapping. We have opportunity to make an very exactly example for nepali authorities and show the results during SOTM Asia 2017. All old, too less forest areas should be removed/modified. I hope for help of you all: The goal would b...
72017-06-23 07:41:17 UTCimagico Who is 'we' here?

Keep in mind that planning and organizing of mapping activities and development of mapping conventions should be public.

Although there is not yet a formal policy on organized mapping activities it is good practice to document such activities and reference this in changeset c...
82017-06-23 07:50:00 UTCmarek kleciak We, is Kathmandu Living Maps. As you probably know from german forum I do a lot for Nepal and try to inform communities in Germany and Poland about recent situation there.
What you wrote about mapping activities is a part of old OSM communication problem, but you´re absolutely right, I should...
92017-06-26 05:49:54 UTCmarek kleciak Hi everybody, KLL wil post information about this Project in the Wiki Project Nepal. Meanwhile I analyzed approach described by bdiscoe. Using generalization factor of 1.0 m we change the areas of smaller Farmlands in forests by up to 5%. I suggest the generalization factor of. 0.3m which make chan...
102017-06-26 15:32:38 UTCSomeoneElse @marek - having nodes closer together doesn't make for a map that matches reality better; it just makes it more difficult to edit. If you've got some specific examples perhaps write it up as a diary entry?
112017-06-26 16:14:53 UTCmarek kleciak Absolutely. This matter needs an proposal and discusion of the community.
122017-06-28 03:50:12 UTCbdiscoe Marek the starting point of your analysis is incorrect. It assumes that the existing, hyper-noded wood areas are precisely correct with no uncertainty or error bars. Consider the factors involved - imprecise criteria, human variability, seasonality, poor resolution, loose rectification, etc. it is...
132017-06-28 04:39:19 UTCmarek kleciak Ben wrote: imprecise criteria, human variability, seasonality, poor resolution, loose rectification.

We have Premium Digital Globe images from last year for whole Nepal. Factors like human variability or seasonality are general for all OSM maps. Only activation of the community AND in this case l...
12017-06-19 13:57:52 UTCSomeoneElse Has the flood barrier here been replaced by a dyke (in the Dutch, not the English sense)? The last time I was here there wasn't any sort of embankment here at all, just a flood barrier.
22017-06-19 21:08:16 UTCsperlingskauz I made a cleanup because barrier=flood_barrier is a unusual tag. In most cases seamark:gate:category=flood_barrage is the right choise. But in this case it doesn't fit. In Bing it looks like a kind of https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:man_made=dyke .
Sorry, I was wrong. Is it a kind of wall ...
32017-06-26 15:24:11 UTCSomeoneElse This bit's just a wall, so barrier=flood_wall would work.
12017-06-25 13:30:11 UTCSK53 Hi, Just noticed your edits (nice adding the stuff up behind Woodhouse Park). You dont need to add foot=yes to a bridleway, particularly one with a designation tag: it's implicit in OSM that a highway=bridleway allows pedestrians, just as a highway=cycleway does in the UK (but not everywhere). Cycli...
22017-06-26 15:15:04 UTCSomeoneElse FWIW, personally I'd always add foot=yes to "public bridleways" like this one so that someone (or more likely some router) unfamiliar with designation tags can figure out access rules.
Cheers,
Andy
12017-06-24 19:32:19 UTCGinaroZ Thanks for improving the tagging, just a shame the names aren't rendered on the standard layer :(
22017-06-26 15:11:03 UTCSomeoneElse Other maps will still show them - https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=15&lat=56.09576&lon=-3.30543 .
12017-06-24 21:29:39 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
What does "disused=no:isolated" on "Cromford Canal - Pinxton Arm (new line)" (now named as "Smotherfly Wide") mean here? I'm confused - as this stretch of waterway has had or is hoping to have at least 3 uses - a previously one as a diversion for the Erewash du...
22017-06-25 09:00:31 UTCSkegHammer See: http://tinyurl.com/y6v8a5le Feel free to update tags if appropriate. Rgds //Mike
32017-06-25 09:25:37 UTCSkegHammer See also: http://tinyurl.com/yal3n4u4. A small scale map generated back in 2012 from the tags here: http://tinyurl.com/yar46lde
42017-06-25 14:57:04 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - so it's supposed to indicate bits that are disconnected, but are usable in some way as a canal?

The bottom bit of Smotherfly isn't (I retagged that as drain because that's closer to what it is now). The top bit is probably wide enough, but there's no way to get a boat in and out.
The C...
52017-06-25 18:53:32 UTCSkegHammer I think probably disused=yes if it's not open to the public. I can't remember what info I had that caused me to tag it as no:isolated. Rgds //Mike
62017-06-26 15:06:52 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - I'll review the local ones to see if any others need changing.
12017-06-25 01:47:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Can you explain a little bit what you mean by "Correcting international waters for Ceuta and Melilla"? As you're no doubt aware it's a sensitive issue, and all sides of the discussion will want to understand what's happened here, including changes to n...
22017-06-25 08:14:10 UTCarm87 Hello Andy, thanks for the welcoming!

I meant to say "territorial waters" (12nm). The lines for the maritime boundaries of Ceuta and Melilla were there already, but overwritten in a way that they seem internal Moroccan waters and mentioning a conflict that really doesn't exist. This is ...
12017-06-23 14:20:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea how incorrect latitude and long...
22017-06-23 16:10:10 UTCUPegasus Hello!
I tried to make online edits, using Vespucci. It's unfamiliar to me and some data may be wrong.
It's good that you quickly noticed inaccuracies and made the necessary changes. I'll try to be more careful.
Thank You.
Igor
32017-06-23 16:28:53 UTCSomeoneElse No problem (it's not your fault - likely your phone hadn't got a location yet).
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-23 14:28:15 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-22 13:30:35 UTCSomeoneElse Unfortunately, and surprising as it meay seem, wikipedia isn't actually a valid source for OSM!
22017-06-22 14:16:05 UTCJoxit Okay, is the world factbook good enough for OSM?
32017-06-22 14:27:17 UTCSomeoneElse No idea - what licence is it made available under?
42017-06-22 14:33:18 UTCJoxit It's in the public domain. Here is the statement :
The Factbook is in the public domain. Accordingly, it may be copied freely without permission of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/docs/contributor_copyright.html
52017-06-22 15:32:34 UTCSomeoneElse That'd be OK licence-wise, sure. I'm not entirely convinced about the need for "square kilometer" values (since they're derivable from the boundaries) but, meh.
12017-06-22 13:50:22 UTCSomeoneElse Not sure how it happened, but Alsager managed to turn into a Domino's Pizza place here - see https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb-thenorth/2017-June/thread.html for more info. It's fixed now.
22017-06-22 19:07:49 UTCjoe egg Not sure what had happened. I have also just deleted an erratic point ( Dominic Pizza in middle of Civic Centre .I did some Alsager updates last week and deleted a number of Traffic lights at the end of cul de sacs in the Poppyfields and Hall Drive area.
12017-06-21 20:39:05 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Unfortunately something went a bit wrong here - part of a kerb http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/439072999 got dragged across town and joined to an underground river http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/170048648 . I've moved it back, so no harm done.
Best Regards,\...
12017-06-21 08:42:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-20 08:10:58 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - I think that POI+ on your phone doesn't have a location. You've added this cafe in the middle of the Atlantic!
This happened the last time you used POI+, so I'd suggest that you don't use it again, at least until https://github.com/davidchiles/osm-poi-editor-iOS/issues/12 is fixed.
Other o...
12017-06-19 14:36:30 UTCSomeoneElse I suspect that the former railway at https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/32678501/history has grown an extra tree_row tag by mistake?
22017-06-20 20:21:48 UTCdudone Thanks for spotting this. I've removed the tag.
Dudley
12017-06-18 17:54:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea how incorrect latitude and long...
22017-06-18 18:53:16 UTCTomas Straupis After some time editing I made a mistake and instead of deleting object from relation, I deleted whole data layer, which ment all my edits. So I opened JOSM autosave file and used that for further edits. This could have caused the 0 lat/lon. Sorry for that. (now I'm thinking JOSM could have a rule i...
32017-06-18 19:13:59 UTCTomas Straupis I've checked the saved .osm file and it does contain one node with negative id (new node) and lat/lon=0/0 and action 'modify'...
This node was not included in any object in that .osm file.
I have no idea how it ended up there. I was not using JOSM "add point at coordinates" functionality...
12017-06-18 17:46:14 UTCSomeoneElse You've just uploaded the learnosm test data to OSM again! As I said in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49566338 , please don't do that.
12017-06-16 21:33:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hello ccityplanner12,
The tagging on http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/925374644 seems a bit odd - it seems to have a ref set to a Youtube video.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-16 21:19:30 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - something gone wrong with the merging that created https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/35542400/history . It now has "lcn_ref=1;2;2" and "lcn=proposed;yes;yes".
Are you OK to split it again and reapply the old tags or would you like me to do it?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-16 21:03:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/201042775/history is tagged as "historic=f". I guess that this is a typo for something?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-08-29 21:25:23 UTCmatt_twam_asi Hi,
Also, https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/41527779 has source:designarion. Is this also a typo?

I changed a few ways with this tag to source:designation in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/51557361 but will hold off doing anything further for the moment as there are a lot of ways with ...
32017-08-30 13:55:16 UTCmatt_twam_asi Sorry, not to the west. I meant to the east. I knew I'd fall foul of Muphry's Law.
12017-06-16 21:02:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hi JonS,
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/460552576/history is tagged as "historic=f" - is that a miskeying of the other key highway=footway?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-15 22:45:40 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because a copy of the learnosm test data was accidentally added there.

Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-14 12:50:43 UTCDaveF Please refrain from adding not existing features. As noted previously there's a likelihood they'll be removed, which would be a waste of your time. Note comment about historical data: http://www.openstreetmap.org/welcome.html
22017-06-15 10:54:04 UTCSomeoneElse @SNLA this has been mentioned on the talk-gb list - https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-gb/2017-June/020317.html . If you want to engage with the GB OSM community, that's probably the best place to do it, and also one of the best places to ask for advice about whatever it is that you're ...
12017-06-14 20:41:27 UTCYorvik Prestigitator I think you might be confusing the old Travelling Man shop, at 54 Goodramgate, which is vacant with their new shop at 74 which is where they are now trading from (unless they have closed down in the past 3 days)
22017-06-14 21:05:32 UTCSomeoneElse Quite possibly - I didn't mark the position; was just surprised that it was shut.
12017-06-14 08:31:25 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
12017-06-14 00:20:37 UTCSomeoneElse The sign on the side says just "Travelodge"; their website suggests an official name of "Travelodge York Central Layerthorpe".
12017-06-09 22:12:04 UTCndm Hi, I think something isn't right with "The Pump Rooms and Stall Street -- they seem to have an odd shape now?
22017-06-10 14:32:10 UTCDaveF Hi Syvanne
Welcome to OSM could you clarify what it is your trying to add?
Most visible extents of the mediaeval wall are mapped.
OSM is a database of current entities. If you wish to record historical data I recommend having a read of this: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Open_Historical_M...
32017-06-12 10:44:38 UTCSyvanne Aloni Hi DaveF,

Thank you for pointing this out to me. I have tried using OHM but the website seems down at the moment. Do you know anything about this?
42017-06-12 11:12:51 UTCDaveF Unsure of OHM's status, but OSM is not the place for razed entities. Please feel free to add any examples that still exist, adding appropriate tags.
Could you also have a look at the problems NDM flagged up. Thanks.
52017-06-13 10:03:51 UTCSyvanne Aloni Hi DaveF, I have clarified and I am able to use OSM for mapping my data as OHM is not yet compatible with other software which I need to use. I am working with the Pleiades Gazetteer, the Institute of Classical Studies and the Roman Society to create a map of Aquae Sulis using Archeological journals...
62017-06-13 13:17:44 UTCDaveF Hi
Who did you discuss the addition of historical data to OSM with? Lack of features in other software is not a valid reason to add it to OSM. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Good_practice#Don.27t_map_historic_events_and_historic_features

I've had a brief read of Pleiades. I see no mention of...
72017-06-13 19:40:40 UTCndm I think it probably needs to be raised on the talk-gb mailing list and maybe with the data working group -- they were great at removing edits in Bristol that added the historic HTV studio and icerink. It would be better to get some clarity -- rather than risk wasteing time on edits that could well b...
82017-06-13 22:38:35 UTCSomeoneElse Hi - just for info - I've undone a node drag / node join that connected the end of the Cotswold Way to the corner of the Pump Rooms in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49514046 (based on the geometry change highlighted by http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=49401905 ).
Best Regards...
12017-06-12 20:03:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
12017-06-08 16:14:54 UTCSomeoneElse Sherwood Cottage doesn't self-identify as a guest house; just as a bed and breakfast. I've corrected the tagging.
22017-06-08 19:42:03 UTCWalter Schlögl Do you know, what the wiki says about that?
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag%3Atourism%3Dbed_and_breakfast
Use tourism=guest_house instead.
32017-06-12 08:43:57 UTCSomeoneElse Well the wiki says a lot of things... Unfortunately it's not always a good indicator of how people map; just how one particular wiki editor (the last one to edit the page) thinks that people should map.

The discussion on the tagging list back in 2013 https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/tagg...
12017-06-11 13:36:30 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - perhaps it was an accident, but this changed the name of the country "Vietnam" to "China". I've changed it back.
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-06-11 13:37:07 UTCSomeoneElse 糟糕 - 也许这是一个意外,但是这个国家的名字“越南”改为“中国”。 我已经改回来了
最好的祝福,
Andy Townsend,代表OSM的数据工作组。
12017-06-10 06:42:59 UTCkreuzschnabel May I ask why you changed the A46 classification from trunk to primary? According to http://ukroads.wikia.com/wiki/2-digit_primaries, it’s a primary A-road, which should be tagged highway=trunk in the UK while highway=primary means the "standard" A roads.
22017-06-10 08:19:39 UTCLAW3 The section I upgraded to primary, was upgraded to a dual carriageway, and to the best of my knowledge is now classed as a primary road. (As parts of the A46 are)

Aerial photography is still showing single carriageway/work in progress, so those who don't live 200 metres away may still class it as...
32017-06-10 10:27:42 UTCSomeoneElse Hi LAW3, and welcome to OSM!
The general rule in the UK for trunk roads and primary roads is green signs == trunk; white signs == primary.
In OSM a trunk road fits between motorway and primary, so a change from trunk to primary is a "downgrade", not an upgrade. The A46 (especially post ...
42017-06-10 11:12:38 UTCLAW3 Cheers for explaining Andy.
Pretty new to all this,
Will change it when I get chance.
52017-06-10 12:59:13 UTCSomeoneElse No problem - any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
62017-06-11 14:20:10 UTCSK53 Will just add that around Flintham this section of road was updated just as soon as practicable after it opened, see my blog post from 6 years ago: http://sk53-osm.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/along-fosse-way-mapping-new-road.html
12017-06-09 18:25:45 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-06-07 18:44:22 UTCCarnildo What are you trying to do that involves drawing large, untagged outlines?
22017-06-08 16:04:07 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing that it got uploaded by mistake. I've reverted it in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49371802 .
Best Regards, Andy (DWG)
12017-06-08 12:40:45 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
I see that you are adding and then deleting data here. If you're still testing, please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-06-08 12:41:33 UTCSomeoneElse (Traduzione automatica)

Ciao,
Vedo che state aggiungendo e poi eliminando i dati qui. Se stai ancora testando, non aggiungere i dati di prova al server OpenStreetMap Live. Se vuoi un server di test, forse https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ funziona per te?
I migliori saluti,
Andy
12017-05-08 21:02:13 UTCNorthIsland I would not map pavements as footpaths unless there is a significant grass strip between the road and the path - or if the path is a cycle route - any opinion?
22017-05-31 20:26:07 UTCAlex McKee Well, as a pedestrian I like to know if there's a path to walk on. There's not always. The specific tag - highway:footway or highway:path is something I always wonder about, I used to prefer highway:path as footway was reserved for public footpaths in the early days of OSM.
32017-06-07 15:44:38 UTCSomeoneElse Another option for pavements (where there isn't a significant area of grass) is a "sidewalk=both/left/right" tag on the road itself. An example mapped like that in Gloucester is Saw Mills End: https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=17&lat=51.864487&lon=-2.21097 .
12017-06-05 11:49:20 UTCSomeoneElse This changeset adds shelters in the middle of the sea such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4891030217

This seems unlikely - can you please explain how this happened?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-06-06 08:08:07 UTCGeoThings The wrong object is deleted.
32017-06-06 08:11:05 UTCGeoThings The latitude and longitude missed their hundred-number.
42017-06-06 08:12:23 UTCSomeoneElse Given that you've added so many invalid objects in the wrong place (such as the ones in the middle of the sea) how do we know that the ones on land are in the correct place?
52017-06-06 08:24:50 UTCSomeoneElse Re "The latitude and longitude missed their hundred-number." how did that happen?
62017-06-06 09:56:25 UTCGeoThings The raw data source is from Taiwan government, and there may be some incorrect data in it. We will do data clean up later.
72017-06-06 10:14:26 UTCSomeoneElse One of the reasons why it's important to discuss an imort before it happening is so that people can look at the data and check for this sort of problem before it happens.
82017-06-11 12:46:47 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 49441534 where the changeset comment is: Discussion on changeset 49183572 seems to have stalled, and there are still objects such as node 4891030183 in the middle of the sea, so reverting these undiscussed edits (where they haven't been ...
12017-06-06 09:07:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
12017-06-06 09:05:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
12017-06-02 15:16:47 UTCSupaplex 跑到印尼了
22017-06-05 11:41:35 UTCSomeoneElse Hello GeoThings
Can you please explain
1) why objects in Indonesia were edited by an edit allegedly restricted to Taiwan?
2) What the licence associated with "EMIC open data" actually says?
3) Where this edit was discussed with the TW community?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behal...
32017-06-06 08:05:16 UTCGeoThings 1) It is the wrong position of this object, and it is fixed just now.
2) EMIC, Central Emergency Operation Center , is the emergency operations center in Taiwan which is activated by the appropriate central authority of Taiwan in the event of emergency situation. The center is operated by the Natio...
42017-06-06 08:23:50 UTCSomeoneElse Hi GeoThings,
Thanks for your reply. Any import must follow the rules set out at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines . Can you please "fill in the gaps" and do the things that you have not yet done?
Best Regards,
Andy
52017-06-08 01:55:44 UTCGeoThings Thank you for your reminder. We are working in progress.
62017-06-08 10:19:35 UTCGeoThings The messed up data points are cleaned up! OSM wiki page for this import will be published soon.
72017-06-11 12:46:40 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 49441534 where the changeset comment is: Discussion on changeset 49183572 seems to have stalled, and there are still objects such as node 4891030183 in the middle of the sea, so reverting these undiscussed edits (where they haven't been ...
12017-06-05 11:46:50 UTCSomeoneElse This changeset adds shelters in the middle of the sea such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4892097822

This seems unlikely - can you please explain how this happened?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
22017-06-05 11:47:58 UTCSomeoneElse Also see https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4892165031 (near the Philippines).
32017-06-06 08:07:02 UTCGeoThings The two objects are fixed and moved to the right place.
42017-06-06 08:14:28 UTCSomeoneElse How did the data get added in the wrong place originally?
52017-06-06 09:55:52 UTCGeoThings The raw data source is from Taiwan government, and there may be some incorrect data in it. We will do data clean up later.
62017-06-11 12:46:41 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 49441534 where the changeset comment is: Discussion on changeset 49183572 seems to have stalled, and there are still objects such as node 4891030183 in the middle of the sea, so reverting these undiscussed edits (where they haven't been ...
12017-06-05 10:59:29 UTCSomeoneElse Hi gorstak,
Is this change something that you've discussed with the Kosovan community? Obviously you're aware of the political significance here. Also in OSM you'll notice that there is a very wide variety of name styles and languages in use, though most places do omit the "Republic..."...
22017-06-05 11:48:22 UTCgorstak Hi Andy,

I have not discussed with the Kosovo community.
Because of bypassing the political significance I sugest to use the title of Kosovo.
This is a compromise because some countries consider that Kosovo is part of Serbia.
Kosovo not recognized five EU countries : Spain Greece Slovakia Roma...
32017-06-05 13:08:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Milos,
For the avoidance of doubt, the policy that OSM uses for territories where there are disputes is http://wiki.osmfoundation.org/w/images/d/d8/DisputedTerritoriesInformation.pdf , which says among other things: 'The OpenStreetMap community operates under the &l...
12017-05-22 19:47:20 UTCSomeoneElse (re previous comment about mechanical edit of landuse=farm) http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2818914916/history is one in an area that I do know, and I certainly wouldn't describe it as a "place=farm". The last time I was there was a while ago, but I suspect it's still operational and sh...
22017-05-22 19:52:08 UTCSomeoneElse http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2699887733 is another one - it's a bit longer ago that I was there, but I don't remember anywhere that I'd describe as "place=farm" SE of Witham.
32017-05-22 22:03:13 UTCkreuzschnabel You see me quite baffled to learn that place=farm does not describe a farm. It seemed quite plain to me so far. I certainly did not do a mechanical edit, I only assumed this to be the proper tagging for remote farms. As this seems to be not the case, maybe we should consider a revert while I’m...
42017-05-24 12:45:20 UTCSK53 place=farm is generally not regarded as a valid/useful tag in the UK. Standard practice is to map actual farms with landuse=farmyard and ones which are now residential (lots) with landuse=residential. Sometimes place=locality may also be used if widely used (remote highland areas). In most of lowlan...
52017-05-30 23:26:47 UTCSomeoneElse Re "place=farm does not describe a farm" - presumably it's a farm (based on the previous landuse=farm tagging); the thing that's in doubt is whether it's any sort of "place" or not. Of the couple of dozen farms nearest to me the only one that I can think of that might deserve th...
62017-05-31 09:22:15 UTCkreuzschnabel Given my edit was that wrong, it would be easy to retrieve all node["place"="farm"](user:"kreuzschnabel")(newer:"2017-05-14T00:00:00Z") from overpass-turbo and retag them to landuse=farm. That should install the previous state, as if I’d never touched th...
72017-05-31 10:29:17 UTCSomeoneElse An Overpass query would grab all the pre-existing place=farm as well, of which there were quite a few in Lincolnshire, which this changeset covers.
82017-05-31 11:03:34 UTCkreuzschnabel It wouldn’t grab them unless they were wrongly double-tagged both landuse=farm and place=farm previously. My changesets definitively did not touch anything else than landuse=farm, so nodes tagged place=farm only would not be affected.
92017-05-31 11:09:55 UTCkreuzschnabel My proposed query would affect 48 nodes in (roughly) Lincolnshire: http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/pqk, out of 6,446 total: http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/pql
102017-05-31 11:23:31 UTCkreuzschnabel Sorry, bbox is not included in shortlink. So it’s
http://overpass-api.de/api/interpreter?data=%5Bout%3Ajson%5D%5Btimeout%3A25%5D%3B%28node%5B%22place%22%3D%22farm%22%5D%28user%3A%22kreuzschnabel%22%29%28newer%3A%222017%2D05%2D14T00%3A00%3A00Z%22%29%2852%2E609719391566%2C%2D0%2E8843994140625%2...
112017-05-31 11:45:01 UTCSomeoneElse Ah OK; Are you going to change these back then?

Obviously there's then a survey job to do to choose between landuse=farmyard, landuse=residential, landuse=industrial place=farm etc., but that can be done later (along with the existing place=farm nodes).
122017-05-31 14:01:54 UTCkreuzschnabel Done in CS #49137101.

- 2,723 single nodes "place=farm" within the entire UK which have been last edited by me after May 13th have been retrieved through overpass-turbo and exported to JOSM (none in N.Ireland, a dozen in Scotland, the rest in Wales and England).

- They have all been...
132017-05-31 14:11:20 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-05-30 12:52:35 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Have you any idea how incorrect latitude and longitude values could have got...
22017-05-30 14:31:10 UTCCascafico I Guess it was my mistake: I created a new level (CTRL-N) adding a foo node Just to see which tags JOSM preset adds for guidepost, and I forgot to delete it before upload other stuff.

Sory, I'll delete it ASAP.
32017-05-30 15:57:18 UTCSomeoneElse Ah - OK. Thanks for that.
12017-05-30 07:49:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-28 18:23:08 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
This is a huge changeset. I can see from whodidit that something has changed near me, but how do I find out what and why? How do you know that the changes that you have made actually match the situation on the ground?
12017-05-27 23:44:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Re the "not showing on map" issue, it might help to have a read of https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/178/how-often-does-the-main-mapnik-map-get-updated . The four different maps on the OSM website actual update at different rates (the "stan...
12017-05-26 15:50:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea ho...
12017-05-25 13:16:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-25 13:02:49 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Just checking - you've deleted a restaurant at http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2572860428/history - is it really no longer there? What is in its place?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-25 13:03:34 UTCSomeoneElse Hola,
Sólo está comprobando que has borrado un restaurante en http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2572860428/history - ¿ya no está? ¿Qué hay en su lugar?
Atentamente,
Andy
12017-05-25 13:00:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hello H2Olima00,
This changeset, like most of your other changesets, just has a comment "Correcciones". This doesn't help other mappers understand what changes were made and what the source was.
Please do use meaningful changeset comments! https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ES:Buenos_c...
22017-05-25 13:00:22 UTCSomeoneElse Hola H2Olima00,
Este conjunto de cambios, al igual que la mayoría de sus otros conjuntos de cambios, sólo tiene un comentario "Correcciones". Esto no ayuda a otros mapeadores a entender qué cambios se hicieron y cuál fue la fuente.
¡Por favor utilice com...
12017-05-25 12:54:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hello H2Olima00,
In this changeset you have changed the some of the names associated with Morocco http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3630439 to "Spain". See http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=48966337 for the tag changes.
I'm guessing that this was accidental (the border ...
22017-05-25 12:55:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hola H2Olima00,
En este changeset has cambiado algunos de los nombres asociados a Marruecos a "España". Http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3630439 Consulte http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=48966337 para ver los cambios de etiquetas.
Supongo que esto fue accidental...
12017-05-24 21:53:37 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps http://api06.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-22 19:19:09 UTCSomeoneElse I'd be very suprised if https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/197180533/history is spelt correctly - "Tollemach" normally has an "e" on the end. The comment above says "double checked" - but with what?
22017-05-22 20:00:29 UTCGavrielo Then change it if you are sure - I revised road structure via satellite image - there was no way to double check the road name for Tollemach so I left that name as it was originally named.

I only change names when 100% confirmed via photograph or seen by foot - I didn't name this road originally.
32017-05-22 20:15:17 UTCSomeoneElse I've added a note so that someone local (or driving into Grantham from the A1) can map it.
12017-05-20 15:21:03 UTCkreuzschnabel These were the last landuse=farm on the British Isles, so please don’t add new ones :-) And just in time we were, the new carto revision (which will not render landuse=farm any more) seems to have been switched active a few hours later.
22017-05-20 15:53:18 UTCtrigpoint It was never a pressing issue, farm/farmland is of dubious values consiting of vast areas armchaired by crayonists. It.adds very little value to those of us using OSM in rural areas.
Many areas close to me were poorly drawn with connections to roads/rivers (not riverbank) and I had left them until ...
32017-05-20 16:08:22 UTCkreuzschnabel I agree that landuse=farmland is of pretty little use (moreover, it’s not clearly defined from landuse=meadow, so there are areas already where these two collide). landuse=farmyard, on the other hand, is of higher value for the walker or bicyclist, and I wouldn’t really like to miss them...
42017-05-20 16:35:26 UTCtrigpoint I would agree farmyard is far more important than farmland itself. It is afterall the default state of non urban areas. It is a big shame that meadow has been so badly misused, it should be a rare but useful tag. Most.is simply pasture.
If we are going to map farmland we should be doing it at a muc...
52017-05-22 19:28:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hi kreuzschnabel,
This looks very much like a mechanical edit. Have you ever actually visited e.g.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2876566751/history to see if it deserves any sort of "place" tag?
Best Regards,
Andy Townsend, on behalf of OSM's Data Working Group.
12017-05-22 19:16:33 UTCSomeoneElse Does any part of the Grantham Southern Relief Road exist? I don't remember seeing it, yet the tagging on https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/423236384/history would suggest that it is already operational.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-22 22:46:03 UTCc2r Yes and no - the physical properties mapped do exist but it is not operational. I surveyed this with GPS walking the route last year - photos of it are on SABRE. Signs are green as the A52 for the intermediate roundabout. However, road vehicles are currently blocked by concrete blocks. The A1 ju...
12017-05-22 18:37:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello cknight and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've made a number of water related edits recently (and thanks for that - OSM relies on local people to get local stuff right) however you may want to check some of the tagging that you've used (for example reservoir vs basin). Another mapper's been in...
12017-05-17 17:32:16 UTCtrigpoint Hi, this is a big change and covers a large area. Please could you use meaningful changeset comments that tell other mappers what you were doing. Did you actually look at every one of the 11 pages of ways you have changed.
I am sure that if as you say you were fixing josm, you would not have touch...
22017-05-18 10:32:27 UTCninjamask I meant, that I used the validator in JOSM to fix issues like double nodes and other auto-fixable issues. After that i fixed some issues of ways with double segments.
32017-05-20 23:07:02 UTCSomeoneElse Please don't use rely on the validator in JOSM without manually checking every change. The JOSM validator will get some things right, but it will get some edge cases wrong as well.
12017-05-20 09:20:31 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Just for info, if you're wondering what https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/489926314 and the ways nearby are, they were the runways and taxiways of the former Eastmoor Aerodrome (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_East_Moor ). I presume that they are little more than gravel tracks now, th...
12017-05-19 18:54:06 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-17 14:38:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Eugenip22,
A recent diary entry http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/n76/diary/41274#comments has suggested that Txakur kalea https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/219699471/history is actually labelled in both Basque and Spanish. The history shows that it had a "name" (set to the Spanish...
22017-05-17 14:39:14 UTCSomeoneElse (Gutxi gorabeherako itzulpena)

Kaixo Eugenip22,
azkenaldiko egunkari sarrera bat http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/n76/diary/41274#comments iradoki du Txakur kalea https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/219699471/history hori benetan bai euskaraz etiketatu eta Espainiako. historia erakusten du "...
32017-05-17 14:39:56 UTCSomeoneElse (Traducción aproximada)

Hola Eugenip22,
Una reciente entrada del diario http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/n76/diary/41274#comments ha sugerido que Txakur kalea https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/219699471/historia está etiquetado en euskera y Español. La historia muestra que ...
12017-05-16 18:45:00 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking (in the light of previous edits) that you have actually surveyed this and verified that the name really isn't "Forest" here? I know there is a tendancy for some OSM mappers to assign "name=description", but it's always good to check.
For example, I live only about...
12017-05-14 15:04:05 UTCSomeoneElse The changeset comment "Buildings" doesn't seem to reflect the actual changes made here.
Could you explain in a bit more detail what changes were actually made?
22017-05-15 07:48:08 UTCMaturi0n Sorry, I was lazy and didn't addjust my edit comment. I was actually only adding the name of Abkhazia in the Adyghe language, which is closely related to Abkhaz and used to be spoken in the areas bordering Abkhazia.
32017-05-15 21:08:11 UTCSomeoneElse Ah, OK - thanks.
12017-05-15 21:04:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Müritz-Nationalpark,
Lots of people have been trying to get in contact with you about the changes that you are making:

http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=5105649

You haven't replied to any of these since January. Please do take the time to reply to these co...
22017-05-15 21:05:00 UTCSomeoneElse (Ungefähre Übersetzung)

Hallo Müritz-Nationalpark,
Viele Leute haben versucht, mit Ihnen über die Änderungen in Kontakt zu treten, die Sie machen:

Http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=5105649

Sie haben seit Januar keine davon beantwortet. Bitt...
32017-05-15 22:02:00 UTCNakaner Hallo Müritz-Nationalpark,

ich habe den Eindruck, dass du hier versuchst, die Karte deinen Wünschen entsprechend zu säubern. Ich dachte eigentlich, dass solche Zeiten vorbei sind. Ich möchte dich daher bitten, die deine Löschungen durch georeferenzierte Fotos zu belegen.\...
42017-05-20 17:08:43 UTCNakaner Hallo Müritz-Nationalpark,

deine Änderungen sind Thema im OpenStreetMap-Forum. Du kannst die Diskussion unter https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=646416#p646416 verfolgen und bist eingeladen, dich zu Wort zu melden. Du kannst dich dort mit deinem OSM-Benutzerkonto anmelden...
52017-05-24 11:27:51 UTCNakaner Hallo Müritz-Nationalpark,

wenn bis Freitag, 26. Mai 2017 keine Bemühungen erkennbar sind, die offenen Fragen zu klären, werde ich am Wochenende sämtliche Änderungen des Benutzerkontos Müritz-Nationalpark vorerst zurücksetzen.

Viele Grüße

Michae...
62017-06-18 20:44:13 UTCNakaner-repair This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 49643350 where the changeset comment is: Revert all changesets by Müritz-Nationalpark and changesets being in conflict with this revert. See https://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=646416#p646416 and comments of this rever...
12017-05-15 18:47:37 UTCSomeoneElse I'm guessing that "ref=route" on https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/338384368/history is a mistagging, but I've no idea what the correct tagging should be there :(
22017-05-16 09:36:36 UTCrorym Yes that's incorrect. The Beara Way is a long distance hiking route around this pennisula ( http://www.irishtrails.ie/trail/Beara-Way/3/ ), So it should be tagged as that
12017-05-15 18:26:23 UTCff5722 http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/335031789 has the tag 'abbatoir=cat'

except for the fact that the key abbatoir is only used here, I don't think this business is really a slaughterhouse for cats.
22017-05-15 18:39:45 UTCSomeoneElse Strange as it may seem, as far as I could tell from the signage, http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/335031789 really did appear to be an abbatoir specialising in cats.
32017-05-15 18:42:53 UTCff5722 Well there's a first for everything...

I have to believe you on this :)
42017-05-15 18:44:05 UTCSomeoneElse I was pretty surprised too :)
12017-05-14 20:34:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
Any reason you've not set http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/34570230/history back to "highway=secondary", which it was before the highway tag was removed?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-13 07:27:53 UTCSomeoneElse http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/87406131/history was previously a forest; are you sure it's best tagged as a park and not a forest at all?
22017-05-13 07:49:49 UTCnoteka Totally. It was created at the end of 19.th century as regular planning Manor Park so it is not a forest. I get the confusion it has the name forest in it and all but this park is also called and more recognized as "Anniņmuižas parks".
Description of park: http://www.citariga.lv/lat/ima...
32017-05-13 12:56:06 UTCAkageMuk Hello, noteka and welcome in OSM. Although you perform right the same activity in OSM, as OSM user Diana777 peviously I should inform you about your mistakes.

We welcome all new users and are glad to receive corrections to the map. At the same time, we expect the changes to improve the map, NOT S...
42017-05-13 17:15:26 UTCrichlv even the referenced page says "...forest, also called a park"; it also says "the local council plans to convert part of the forest into a park".
this should be clarified/surveyed, and if some parts have been converted to a park, they should be mapped accordingly. the whole area ...
52017-06-01 09:36:56 UTCAkageMuk For your information, edit war continues in https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49133727 and https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/49133791
12017-05-11 08:11:43 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea how incorrect latitude and long...
22017-05-11 21:59:30 UTCmappreuss Hi, I have no idea how this node was dropped…sorry about that. I wonder if this is a JOSM bug because it looks like you reverted other nodes at this exact location and I certainly didn't drop it manually. I don’t think I even zoomed over “null island” but thanks for fixing i...
32017-05-11 22:14:25 UTCSomeoneElse To be honest, I think it's a JOSM bug too, since it's happened to a few other people too. So far no-one's been able to say "I did XYZ just before the problem appeared".
12017-05-11 10:58:31 UTCkreuzschnabel Hi, I saw you re-tagged some small lanes hw=service + service=driveway. I took the liberty to change them to hw=unclassified since they do not lead to a single destination only. Please keep in mind that service=driveway should be used for small driveways from public roads into private property only ...
22017-05-11 14:12:48 UTCSomeoneElse @kreuzschnabel Please don't change service to unclassified unless you've surveyed on the ground and can see that it's council maintained or otherwise obviously qualifies as an unclassified road. I can think of plenty of highway=service roads near me that lead to more that one property, and more tha...
32017-05-11 16:53:27 UTCkreuzschnabel Sorry but which qualification does it actually need to be hw=unclassified? In the Wiki, I cannot find anything like "council maintained", I only find that hw=unclassified is the lowest category of public roads, while hw=service are mere access or special roads to particular places and not ...
42017-05-11 19:21:14 UTCdudone I think you will find that Brownber is an old estate which has now been broken up into a number of old and new residences. This was my impression when I walked through it. I cannot be 100% sure but it looked very much like a driveway and not a unclassified highway. I walked along the path from th...
52017-05-11 19:51:33 UTCkreuzschnabel Changed them back to hw=service but would still prefer to leave it that way. The driveway issue needs a general discussion IMHO since it’s interpreted in such different ways: some mappers use it as a default for any small lane, while for most renderers that makes them far less important than u...
12017-05-11 08:06:58 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-10 14:10:56 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Rowland,
You've not added a changeset comment here, so it's difficult to understand what's going on. Also, what does "created by=Tayberry" mean? Is that something that you've used to import or otherwise process this data?
Please do use meaningful changeset comments so that other ...
12017-05-09 18:57:56 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-05-09 15:21:57 UTCSomeoneElse Was this change following community discussion, as was suggested? Previous comments had suggested that a number of people thought that a "leisure=park" tag wasn't appropriate here.
22017-05-10 08:42:38 UTCAkageMuk Dear, SomeoneElse! Unfortunately no discussion on this change was made within Latvian OSM community. The edit war seem to continue.
12017-05-09 12:36:33 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks for fixing!
12017-05-09 09:02:50 UTCSomeoneElse Just a quick note about https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/261166184 here - you've moved it to match the Bing imagery, but that is clearly offset with regard to the GPS traces. There are enough either side of the B6020 to align the imagery properly, and if you do that you'll notice that that buildin...
22017-06-26 20:27:58 UTCVlIvYur You can't rely on gps traces in curves due to inertia. You need long straight intersecting lines. And You can find them on the East: Kingsway / Station street; on the West: Sutton road / Chapel street. And you'll see there no need to align images.
Also there are no fresh gps traces here, and the av...
12017-05-07 14:40:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add "game features" such as a "Parque dos pokémon" to OpenStreetMap. If there's something really there on the ground and it's really called that then please map it, but if it only appears in a game, please don't!.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-07 14:41:10 UTCSomeoneElse Hola,
Por favor, no agregue "características del juego" como un "Parque dos pokémon" a OpenStreetMap. Si hay algo realmente en el suelo y es realmente llamado, entonces por favor, map, pero si sólo aparece en un juego, por favor, no !.
Atentamente,
Andy
32017-05-08 15:33:18 UTCPeteSport Hi.
I don't add "game features" such as a "Parque dos pokémon"... I have a mistake and my tablet's keyboard replace automatically the name: " Parque dos PEQUENOS" to "Parque dos POKEMONS"... in my lenguage ( Galician) "childrens" means "...
42017-05-08 16:43:57 UTCSomeoneElse Haha - thanks for that. Are you going to fix the name?
52017-05-08 18:53:14 UTCAlbaKrlos23 Yes, I fix the name to "Parque dos Pequenos" sorry and thank you to advise me.
Best regards.
62017-05-08 18:57:38 UTCPeteSport Hi,
Ok. Thanks AlbaKrlos23 to fix the name.
72017-05-08 19:07:51 UTCAlbaKrlos23 You´re welcome PeteSport
12017-05-08 13:52:57 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Is https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4838391421 really a picnic site within a building, or it it perhaps a bench or food court?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-08 13:54:05 UTCSomeoneElse مرحبا،
هو https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4838391421 حقا موقع نزهة داخل مبنى، أو أنه ربما مقعد أو محكمة الغذاء؟
تحياتي الحارة،
أندي
12017-05-08 13:51:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You've added https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/491030108/history but it seems to overlap and be a duplicate of https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/263939032/history which has existed since 2014.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-08 13:51:41 UTCSomeoneElse Halo,
Anda telah menambahkan https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/491030108/history namun tampaknya tumpang tindih dan menjadi duplikat https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/263939032/history yang telah ada sejak tahun 2014.
Salam Hormat,
Andy
12017-05-08 13:49:03 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You've added "building=yes" on https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/491026046 but it doesn't look like a building, just an area in which there are several buildings?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-08 13:49:31 UTCSomeoneElse Halo,
Anda telah menambahkan "building = yes" di https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/491026046 namun tidak terlihat seperti bangunan, hanya area di mana ada beberapa bangunan?
Salam Hormat,
Andy
12017-05-07 15:09:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You've added a footpath https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/488741439 . Are you sure that that actually exists, and that there is really no access from it to the junction of Pelham Road / Regent Street? Regent Street is sidewalk=both (or was the last time I went past it). Are you really say...
22017-05-07 23:45:32 UTCVlIvYur Of course I'm not sure - at first, I have only Bing images.
Second, sidewalk=* is a temporary tag and should be replaced by drawn highway=footway. After that sidewalk=* may be removed, so there will be only one footway.
As for access from it to junction, I don't know local laws about crossing stre...
32017-05-08 11:24:43 UTCSomeoneElse > Second, sidewalk=* is a temporary tag and should be replaced by drawn highway=footway.

No, it's not a temporary tag. It's a permanent tag to indicate that a sidewalk that is part of the road infrastructure exists.
Depending on the local environment it may be more appropriate to tag sidewa...
42017-06-26 20:03:52 UTCVlIvYur Sorry, I was too far from Internet
sidewalk=* are difficult to support (roll of tags on way) and didn't displays the real state of things. You can't tag slopes for wheelchair, different pavement, widths for sides etc. It's only path graph (for drivers) not map.
Why (For what?) there are marked cro...
12017-05-07 14:43:14 UTCSomeoneElse Hello MacaroniHomie,
OpenStreetMap's a map of things that really exist, so if there isn't a meadow on your house, please don't map one there.
Sorry about that...
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-08 03:48:27 UTCMacaroniHomie It's okay. I got rid of it. There's no spawn points anyways.
32017-05-08 11:11:12 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks!
12017-05-07 15:04:01 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Are you sure that there is no access from the road to the path at https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4810318439 ?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-07 15:21:48 UTCdmgroom_ct I had considered that the footpath network adjacent to regent street was adequate to provide foot routing, but on reflection that nay not be the case, so I have removed the noexit tag and added a short section of footway
32017-05-07 19:17:50 UTCSomeoneElse Does it actually match the on-the-ground situation though? I'm not convinced that there are two parallel footways either side of Regent Street (and I've seperately commented in a changeset of the user that added them).
Have you been there to have a look?
42017-05-07 20:00:28 UTCdmgroom_ct no, I've not
52017-05-07 20:04:20 UTCdmgroom_ct But the Bing imagery does seem to show two parallel footways, at least at the part of Regent Street north of Hartley Road
12017-05-07 15:00:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
It's been deleted now, but have you any idea how incorrect latitude and long...
22017-09-06 07:32:58 UTCImperator Lrrr NOW I know how I did it: Shift+D in JOSM.
12017-05-07 14:37:18 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add "game features" such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4567649976 to OpenStreetMap. If there's something really there on the ground, map it, but if it only appears in a game, please don't.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-07 14:37:54 UTCSomeoneElse Χαίρετε,
Μην προσθέτετε "δυνατότητες παιχνιδιού" όπως το http:...
12017-05-07 12:01:26 UTCSomeoneElse Hello Balakhadze,
Can you please use more meaningful changeset comments than "Needed change"? That doesn't really explain what you did and why.
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-07 11:55:28 UTCSomeoneElse Personally I wouldn't set too much store by the OSM wiki :)
If something looks like a cycleway, I'd map it as one.
Cheers,
Andy
12017-05-07 11:39:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Are the name of all of these features such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/491169857really called "Garden"?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-05-04 08:55:52 UTCkreuzschnabel Some of these springs look more than suspicious to me – invisible on Bing imagery, right in the middle of fields. Where did that information come from?

Would be great btw if you could comment your changesets (short description: what kinds of changes have been done), and specify your source...
22017-05-05 15:54:06 UTCSomeoneElse Given that so much in this changeset such as https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3986928355 (and unfortunately many of this mapper's other contributions) is obviously rubbish then in the absense of any explanation I'd be tempted to just revert this.
32017-05-05 16:07:01 UTCkreuzschnabel I strongly second this, just wanted to assume good faith first – maybe something went wrong in a well-purposed edit.
12017-05-05 15:38:21 UTCSomeoneElse You might find that https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=14&lat=53.16751&lon=-1.08988 gives a better picture of Sherwood Pines (tree types, for example).
12017-05-05 09:41:42 UTCSomeoneElse Can you explain what you mean by "fixed the tagging"? http://osmhv.openstreetmap.de/changeset.jsp?id=47950158 shows a geometry change; did you verify that? If not, please don't make changes like this - it makes fixing things properly much harder.
Please instead either let someone who ca...
22017-05-05 10:41:44 UTCnammala Hi Andy,

Here I changed the park tag to wood and I din't change any geometry. As per the imagery I changed to wood rather than park. From next time, I will definitely let the user know about this and wait for him to change and let others know about this.
Thanks for flagging this Andy.

Best R...
12017-05-03 20:16:01 UTCSomeoneElse This follows on from https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/48258464 - see the comment there.
12017-05-03 09:53:51 UTCDerby45 See comment as to changeset 48337508
22017-05-03 12:45:33 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Chris,
Welcome to OpenStreetMap!
You've changed https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/108176084 so that it's not recognised as any kind of highway at all - presumably that was by mistake?
Can you explain what you were trying to do?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-04-20 18:10:26 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please could you add some more detail to the artworks. A pub car park is an odd place for an artwork.
Thanks Phil
22017-04-28 09:06:43 UTCDerby45 Phil, I think this person is just messing about. There are a few changes by this person in the area. I have just cleaned up a set of paths that have been dragged all over the place in this users changeset, also with Artwork randomly placed that doesn't exist.
32017-05-03 12:39:24 UTCSomeoneElse I've never been to that pub but I've commneted on another one that I don't think exists: https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47950670 .
42017-05-05 09:30:50 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 48420321 where the changeset comment is: Reverting Pokemon-inspired edits and other fiction. Attempts to contact the mapper have failed.
12017-05-03 12:37:14 UTCSomeoneElse Can you explain what "Old Ben" https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4804532628 is? It's a while since I've walked down here but I don't remember anything at the end of this path.
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-05-05 09:30:54 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 48420321 where the changeset comment is: Reverting Pokemon-inspired edits and other fiction. Attempts to contact the mapper have failed.
12017-05-03 06:44:30 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
You have added 5 schools at exactly the same location at https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3802693408 . This also appears to be in the middle of the road. Do these 5 schools occupy different parts of one large building? If so, please map the building and move the nodes to appropriate pla...
12017-05-02 10:09:48 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Have you any idea how incorrect latitude and lo...
22017-05-02 10:10:21 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour et bienvenue sur OpenStreetMap!
Comme vous pouvez le voir à partir de la ligne orange autour de cette modification sur la carte à droite lorsque vous affichez le set de modifications sur le site OpenStreetMap, cela chevauche l'Atlantique car certaines données ont &eacut...
32017-05-02 11:49:27 UTCgriffou83 Hi Andy,
yes I have an idea of the problem ; when I tried to add a node to an existing path, the app (JOSM) added a free node at (0,0) coordinates. I thought I suppressed it afterwards, but maybe it wasn't the case, that's why you saw it. It seems you already suppressed it.. ?
42017-05-02 12:12:50 UTCSomeoneElse If you could reproduce it (maybe using the test server?) it'd be great to add an issue at https://josm.openstreetmap.de/newticket . I've seen it happen to a few people - they're happily mapping away in their home area and then oops! A node appears at 0,0.
12017-05-02 10:13:55 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
As you can see from the orange line around this change on the map at the right when you view the changeset on the OpenStreetMap website, it overlaps with the Atlantic because some data was accidentally added there.
Have you any idea how incorrect latitude and lo...
22017-05-02 10:14:15 UTCSomeoneElse Halo dan selamat datang di OpenStreetMap!
Seperti yang dapat Anda lihat dari garis oranye di sekitar perubahan ini pada peta di sebelah kanan saat Anda melihat changeset di situs OpenStreetMap, itu tumpang tindih dengan Atlantik karena beberapa data tidak sengaja ditambahkan di sana.
Sudahkah Anda...
12017-05-02 09:34:08 UTCSomeoneElse Hello "Nikos Andreas Gls",

Can you explain what "OSM operation and validation succesful" means?

Best Regards,

Andy
12017-04-28 16:36:41 UTCSomeoneElse As noted in http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1331 this mechanical edit is still technically flawed and legally questionable. In addition to all of the other issues already raised, you are performing multiple edits to objects for no apparent reason.
12017-04-27 10:56:25 UTCmanoharuss Hi osm update,


This seems like automated edit to me with a custom script. Has this been discussed and documented? What is the source of this data?
I have observed some issues with the edits.
1. https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/338794056/history is a node of a way on a remote area. I don't s...
22017-04-27 12:03:12 UTCalthio Hi,

I agree with manoharuss on this changeset, dear user "osm update".
It seems like you rely too heavily on nodes ids.

I would also suggest you use better changeset comments.
Moreover you could try to reduce the successive numbers of versions for only adding tags to one object.
\...
32017-04-27 13:31:29 UTCosm update Hi, the source is http://min-go.hr/, but I've made a mistake in my script. I'm reverting changes.
42017-04-27 15:15:03 UTCSomeoneElse Apparantly an otherwise untagged node on a footpath near me https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/339830304/history now sells LPG. Do I need to bring my own can?
Regards,
Andy
(who as well as mapping footpaths moonlights for the Data Working Group)
52017-04-27 19:09:52 UTCndm Umm, http://min-go.hr seems to be based on Google Maps? Wouldn't that taint data from it?
62017-04-28 07:17:57 UTCosm update No, it's not based on Google Maps. There are three json sources of information about gas stations and prices:
- http://min-go.hr/cache/postajasve.json
- http://min-go.hr/cache/vazeca-cijena.json
- http://min-go.hr/api/web_api/web/obveznik
72017-04-28 15:36:39 UTCSomeoneElse You have been blocked because you are continue to mechanically edit data without discussion. https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1331 made clear the process that you must follow if you want to do this. The data that you have modified since this changeset will be reverted. Please re-read htt...
12017-04-27 22:27:36 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - I've always wondered what http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/698093265 was supposed to be!
12017-04-27 11:34:45 UTCCommodoortje Zo te zien heb je hier helemaal gelijk.
In de BAG (Basisadministratie Adressen en Gebouwen) staat dit schuurtje niet vermeld.
https://bagviewer.kadaster.nl/lvbag/bag-viewer/index.html#/?searchQuery=13%20Beatrixstraat%20Groenlo&resultOffset=0&objectId=1586100000021100&geometry.x=238701....
22017-04-27 12:44:45 UTCSomeoneElse @Commodoortje Interestingly Bing and Mapbox satellite both show the extension - it it really likely that it has been demolished, or is BAG perhaps just out of date here?
32017-04-27 12:52:04 UTCCommodoortje Yes it is. BAG is in this case not actual.
12017-04-26 08:10:27 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain why you removed the detailed tags from https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/263723286/history and added it to the address node instead? Also, "reverted due to ignorance" isn't a very helpful changeset comment if, as here, the features were added by a new mapper.
Best...
22017-04-26 08:42:55 UTCeggie This was the last changeset in a range of lots of wrong and good tags. We got no response at the changesets. Only in a personal message. We askes the mapper to stop for the moment but we got no response. By the way I fixed this edit and all the informatie is at the adressnode now as an example for s...
12017-04-26 07:21:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello and welcome to OpenStreetMap!
Can you explain why you deleted the shops such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3715328045/history on this street? Are they really no longer there any more?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-26 07:52:57 UTCSomeoneElse Bonjour et bienvenue à OpenStreetMap!
Pouvez-vous expliquer pourquoi vous avez supprimé les magasins tels que http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3715328045/history commentaires sur cette rue? Sont-ils vraiment plus là plus?
Cordialement,
Andy
32017-05-05 07:48:31 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 48417098 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some deletions and other odd edits. An attempt to contact the mapper failed.
12017-04-25 15:54:00 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Can you explain the reason for the building deletions in here such as http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/42558687/history ? That still exists on the imagery. Has it really been demolished?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-25 15:54:33 UTCSomeoneElse העלא,
קענען איר דערקלערן די סיבה פֿאַר דעם בנין דאָ: אַזאַ ווי אויסמעקונגען אין http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/42558687/history? אַז נאָך יגזיסץ אויף די ימאַדזשרי. שוין טאַקע האָבן עס די...
12017-04-25 15:36:54 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I'd suggest actually checking these in a bit more detail before you mechanically edit them - https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4300814810/history is clearly just garbage (and was the subject of a previous revert).
Cheers,
Andy
22017-04-25 18:10:26 UTCAleks-Berlin Hi Andy, actually the decision how far a fix should be is not htat easy. One the one hand we should "respect the work of others" (and not delete a likely bad name-tag). But I would also like to reach a state in OSM, that makes it more easy useable (less exceptions, country specific rules, ...
12017-04-25 07:57:27 UTCSomeoneElse Just for info I've added a 0-hour block at https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1328 and reverted to the pre-edit-war situation in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/48114086 .
12017-04-22 08:26:47 UTCSomeoneElse Please don't duplicate data - if something you're using to search for pubs doesn't find pubs mapped as ways it'll miss a lot of pubs (roughly a third in the UK - http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/tags/amenity=pub )
22017-04-24 22:53:57 UTCElectric Monk I suggest you go to Overpass Turbo and look at the example query that comes up. Points Of Interest are called "points" for a reason.
32017-04-24 23:13:24 UTCSomeoneElse Er, OK....

In http://overpass-turbo.eu/ if I click "wizard", type in "pub" and "build query" I get http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/oBt which searches for amenity=pub on nodes, ways and relations.

Can you explain where you got the idea that POIs should be mapped as node...
12017-04-03 09:17:12 UTCSomeoneElse Just checking - does the ISO code that you've added here apply to:
1) The territory held by the Polisario Front
2) The former state of Western Sahara
As you may be aware, there is more than one claim over the latter. If the answer is "2" then these iso codes don't belong here.
Best Re...
22017-04-24 18:24:59 UTCgeo_2016 hi i'm sorry i think my "fix" was a bit too fast and not thought through entirely.
should i or would your reverse it (delete the iso3166 code?)
32017-04-24 20:05:19 UTCSomeoneElse Hi,
I've already done it in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47953850 .
Thanks,
Andy
12017-04-21 15:01:31 UTCSomeoneElse Can you explain what you mean by "invalid layer tag"?
Layer tags are relative, so "layer=-1" or "layer=-100" isn't any more valid or invalid than "layer=0" or an implied layer=0, if all crossing features have positive layer tags.
What problem are you trying ...
22017-04-22 07:45:23 UTCwongataa I should have put some more detail in. These layer tags were not used in conjunction with any other tags such as bridge or tunnel. The features in question could also be clearly seen at surface level on the satellite imagery and were tagged as layer -1. The layer tags were applied in error as the...
32017-04-22 08:43:38 UTCSomeoneElse Again, to be clear, _layer tags are relative_. Layer 0 does _not_ imply ground level.
Again, what _actual problem_ are you trying to solve?
42017-04-22 16:30:10 UTCtrigpoint There are more changes here than your stated incorrect layer.
You have also changed oneway=-1 to oneway=yes on way 204098940 thus reversing the direction of travel for that section
12017-04-21 14:32:59 UTCtrigpoint Hi, please can you point me to where this mechanical edit was discussed?
You seem to have mechanically armchaired layer=1 onto bridges with no survey, if you had you would have seen that the bridge should be at layer=0 and maybe whatever is below them needs a later=-1 where it is below ground level...
22017-04-22 07:51:54 UTCwongataa All bridges need a layer tag of 1 or higher. This is detailed in the OSM wiki on the bridge page. It doesn't matter if the bridge is a simple plank or not. It is above ground level.

In that mapillary link the bridge needs a layer tag as it crosses a river/canal. The layer is to show where a f...
32017-04-22 08:38:35 UTCSomeoneElse Firstly - please take the wiki with a bucketload of salt :)
Secondly - layer=0 doesn't imply ground level - layer tags are relative, so "All bridges need a layer tag of 1 or higher" is simply wrong.
Also, although it is possible to infer relative level from imagery and other sources, i...
42017-04-29 17:50:29 UTCSomeoneElse_Revert This changeset has been reverted fully or in part by changeset 48258464 where the changeset comment is: Reverting some mechanical changes to layers. See http://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1325 and http://resultmaps.neis-one.org/osm-discussion-comments?uid=133272
12017-04-21 13:42:09 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
Please don't add test data to the live OpenStreetMap Server. If you want a test server, perhaps https://master.apis.dev.openstreetmap.org/ would work for you?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-21 18:47:10 UTClequack Yes apologies for that Andy. It was a mistake, can I revert those additions?
32017-04-21 18:56:31 UTCSomeoneElse It's OK; I've reverted them.
Thanks,
Andy
12017-04-21 16:10:25 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
In this changeset you've changed the name of this place from the Armenian name to to an anglicized version of the the Azerbaijani name.
Your changeset comment "Something wrong explained" unfortunately does not explain what the problem was and why you changed it.
Could you explain...
12017-04-21 13:31:34 UTCSomeoneElse Oops - you've added this one-node building in the middle of the Atlantic at latitude 0, longitude 0. I guess that this means that OsmAnd didn't have a valid location when you added it?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-03-14 18:37:04 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Brian,
You're still not using a separate import account, you're using a #gibberish changeset discussion comment and you're importing duplicates of existing data rather than conflating (e.g. https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4734765468 and https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4149470376).
Are you...
22017-04-17 09:39:40 UTCbrianboru I don't believe these are duplicate nodes but bus stops on opposite sides of the road, so conflation not appropriate. Duplicates are being reviewed manually to check which position is accurate
I'm using my own account only to do a manual post-import review and cleanup of nodes. Not as neat as pur...
32017-04-19 23:27:43 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks Brian.
Just one question - http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/wmca doesn't seem to be a valid account?
Best Regards,
Andy
42017-04-20 12:25:00 UTCbrianboru Sorry Andy - so used to abbreviating it. The username is West Midlands Combined Authority.
This also came through on email this timme!
Brian
52017-04-20 13:26:19 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks Brian - and yay for email appearing!
12017-04-19 23:14:11 UTCSomeoneElse Hello,
In this edit you've deleted the clothes shop that was downstairs - https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47924997 - was that deliberate?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-20 04:29:42 UTCBritish Passports UK Sorry, it may be by mistake I will delete my listing
Regards Steve
12017-04-19 22:17:08 UTCSomeoneElse Unfortunately this "fake park" that you deleted here was actually a school originally!

https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/23646951/history

I've reverted it and patched it up with P1.

Best Regards,
Andy
12017-04-16 16:32:48 UTCmueschel Hi,
something went wrong with this import. The nodes are spread over the ocean...
Also, "Adresse" and "Nom" are no common tags in OSM and should be properly tagged.

Jan
22017-04-19 21:52:39 UTCSomeoneElse @mueschel no reply here so I've reverted these additions and sent the user a message that they have to read before continuing editing: https://www.openstreetmap.org/user_blocks/1320 .
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-04-19 10:24:34 UTCSomeoneElse Er,
You've deleted the weather buoy at http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3815077900/history
Was this intentional?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-19 11:56:43 UTCnammala Hi andy,

This is accidental, It might have deleted when I was reverting this changeset https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47788862?node_page=2 , which has null island edits . Could you please bring back the buoy edits.

Regards,
nammala
32017-04-19 21:34:16 UTCSomeoneElse Thanks - I've undeleted it in http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47952895 .
42017-04-20 04:03:57 UTCnammala Thanks andy .
12017-03-21 11:14:11 UTCimagico Hello Eva,

your edits claims to be based on Bing imagery but Bing apparently has no coverage in this area. Could you explain the basis of this edit?
22017-03-21 21:33:01 UTCEva Blue Hi imagico, I figured that even without imagery I could make some improvements to the shoreline if there are sharp angles that are unreasonable for a shoreline. However you bring up a good point and I will avoid editing when no resources are available. Thank you.
32017-04-19 09:30:36 UTCSomeoneElse Hi Eva,
Please don't update OSM based on guesswork!
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-03-28 21:50:36 UTCwoodpeck You have aligned this one island with Bing imagery, but the three nearby islands were horribly out of sync with imagery and you haven't even made an attempt to repair them too. Why the focus on this one island? Have you made this edit as part of a MapRoulette task, and if yes, have you been instruct...
22017-03-30 02:43:25 UTCJames Millar I found this island through a MapRoulette challenge, I’m part of a small group who are attempting to improve the alignment of these islands using MapRoulette and JOSM.
32017-04-18 10:15:59 UTCSomeoneElse Hi James.
There have been worrying changes such as this elsewhere; you simply can't rely on Bing imagery where it might be offset (which is anywhere that you don't have something else to corroborate it).
Can you explain who the "small group" are?
Your profile doesn't say anything abou...
42017-04-19 02:09:13 UTCJames Millar Hi Andy,
We also use Mapbox, and by using a combination we can usually make improvements to these islands regardless of potential Bing offset. Alternatively we make the decision to not make any edits in an area (we do this often). Can you point me to some of the worrying changes? I can always fix t...
52017-04-19 07:58:14 UTCSomeoneElse Re "worrying changes", you can see a discussion with comments at http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/imagico/diary/40759 .
Also, you're saying "we" again. Who exactly are "we"?
Best Regards,
Andy
12017-04-18 10:17:22 UTCSomeoneElse Hi James, as per the comment on https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/47114137 can you explain how you know the alignment is correct here? Can you describe what you did to check it?
Best Regards,
Andy
22017-04-19 02:05:43 UTCJames Millar Hi Andy,
Thanks for the comment.
https://overpass-api.de/achavi/?changeset=47898820 
I think that this small island looks better now due to these changes. Do you know if Bing is offset here? It would be great to know for sure, but until then this feature has been improved significantly accor...
32017-04-19 07:51:24 UTCSomeoneElse Hi James,
Unfortunately "looks better" doesn't always mean "is better" - if it's in the wrong place, it's still wrong, like Monty Python's parrot with the "beautiful plumage" is still dead.
In this case there don't seem to be any local GPS traces (even on the nearby h...