Changeset No. Date Contributor Comment
12017-12-06 18:55:29 UTCralley Bridges tagged according to https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:bridge following this discussion: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/nzopengis/TLcY6KL-tFE
12017-12-05 18:56:38 UTCralley Should this be tagged "covered=yes" ? (as per https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:landuse%3Dreservoir)
22017-12-06 13:31:31 UTCwilmaed I removed surface=grass and added covered=yes.

What about
natural=water
water=reservoir
location=underground ?

32017-12-06 17:30:26 UTCralley I'm definitely no tagging expert but I wouldn't of thought they are needed and there don't seem to be any other examples using that combination of tags.

Seems strange that this is being rendered to look like it is above ground though. Is it to try and not render it that layer was changed to -5...
12017-12-05 10:03:54 UTCralley Hi, welcome to OSM and thanks for your edits. As previously discussed there are some issues with your changesets in this area. Will yoube able to fix up the issues? (Nodes shared between unrelated ways; overlapped buildings with strange shapes; dubious council reserve; Cambrai park has a building...
12017-12-04 23:48:16 UTCralley Are you sure this is a residential road? It looks to be a driveway to me.
12017-12-04 23:43:54 UTCralley Is this really a park? from the ESRI aerial imagery it looks to be a household back yard.
22017-12-06 19:20:46 UTCMonsv Apologies, the park was a test (learning how to use the map) and thought it was unsaved as it didn't show on main. I've removed it.

The P (parking) is private property, Buddhist Temple for members only (I've asked), no public access, big yellow gate
12017-12-03 23:56:09 UTCralley Are you sure about a park being here? The ESRI photo imagery shows residential buildings
12017-10-09 18:34:43 UTCralley Inadvertently combined 2 changesets in JOSM, this also incorporates changes to reflect the extension of Herdman Street, Waterview which is under construction.
12017-09-27 16:49:21 UTCralley Welcome to OSM and thanks for the edits. Strange but correct that the road is Green Lane while the suburb is Greenlane. Well spotted.
12017-09-27 16:42:51 UTCralley Welcome to OSM and thanks for the correction. Looks fine to me.
12017-09-27 16:37:21 UTCralley Hi, thanks for adding the walkway but I don't think this should be tagged as footway=crossing and crossing=zebra (see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:crossing)
12017-09-21 23:59:22 UTCralley My reading of XXX and http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:bridge is that double bridging is actually the correct way to tag. Is my interpretation wrong? OSMose is also flagging this as wrong: http://osmose.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/#zoom=18&lat=-36.900635&lon=174.715112&layer=Mapnik&a...
22017-09-22 00:00:20 UTCralley Whoops XXX should have been https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:layer above.
12017-09-08 01:02:20 UTCralley Correct way to handle a private road would be to add access=private as per https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:access
22017-09-08 01:06:45 UTCralley Further looking at this it seems to be a partial duplicate of an existing Abattoir Lane (zoom right in and you can see both). Needs to be cleaned up
12017-08-11 21:19:20 UTCralley Changeset description is wrong - this was scrub not Forest
12017-08-08 19:38:07 UTCralley Comment should have been "Remove tags from outer way of multiploygon"
12017-07-27 13:42:29 UTCwoodpeck Has this import been discussed / documented somewhere?
22017-07-27 17:08:30 UTCViriatoLusitano https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/imports/2017-June/005014.html
32017-07-27 18:27:28 UTCralley LINZ imports were originally discussed staring 17/08/12 on the imports list. The imports have been going on intermittently since this time as tracked through http://linz2osm.openstreetmap.org.nz/workslices/list/?ws_state=&dataset=&layer=river_cl&user=&order_by=checked_out_at
Docume...
12017-07-23 07:47:00 UTCralley Arggh, thought I'd re-connected JOSM with my interactive account. This was not an import.
12017-07-07 11:52:19 UTCNakaner Hi ralley,

I recently read about an address import from LINZ but not about an import of rivers. Could you please point me to the discussion of that import and its documentation on the OSM wiki?

The Import Guidelines (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines) require you to use a d...
22017-07-08 03:58:36 UTCralley Michael, LINZ importing is covered at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/LINZ. There is nothing specific to river imports there though. I was not aware of the need for a dedicated account for import, will try and clear that up with the people overseeing the LINZ import.
Cheers, Rob.
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