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es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
reverted
commented 2017-06-28 21:30:41 UTC by chillly
es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
reverted
commented 2017-06-28 21:12:04 UTC by chillly
es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
reverted
commented 2017-06-28 21:11:04 UTC by chillly
es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
reverted
commented 2017-06-28 21:10:35 UTC by chillly
es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
Please stop adding this rubbish or will have your account suspended.

If you want to add real stuff, please do, but not this rubbish.
commented 2017-06-28 21:09:18 UTC by chillly
es0teric
(Discussed changesets: 6)
This looks to be rubbish. Did you mean to save this? Do you need any help cleaning this up or would you like me to revert (undo) it?
commented 2017-06-28 21:06:04 UTC by chillly
Ashfield
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi Ashfield, welcome to OpenStreetMap and thank you for contributing. You added a park as a way and a node with the same tags, is not necesary add the same feature twice. I removed the node.
BR
Karito
commented 2017-06-28 19:43:17 UTC by karitotp
AliWes100
(Discussed changesets: 1)
OK
commented 2017-06-28 19:25:30 UTC by chillly
guwebteam
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi and welcome to OSM,
Just a reminder, when you make buildings, remember to square them by pushing "s" after you have drawn them.
Thank you :)
commented 2017-06-28 17:33:55 UTC by JamesKingdom
pamman
(Discussed changesets: 7)
Hi pamman, do you remember where you got the name "Jakey Tanners" from for http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/149906114 and http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/480951913 ? The source:name=OS_OpenData_StreetView tag refers to the previous tagged ...
commented 2017-06-28 17:02:14 UTC by lakedistrict
Pink Duck
(Discussed changesets: 12)
Curious that, perhaps an excess tag paste on to an adjusted location from aerial imagery alignment during editing (as the wrong mounting value hints). There was only one box there, so I have deleted my newer node and refined the position of existing ...
commented 2017-06-28 15:57:24 UTC by Pink Duck
Rafal Kaminski
(Discussed changesets: 2)
Hi Rafal, is way 91748591 really farmland? If the area is used for allotments then the previous tag of landuse=allotments would be better.
commented 2017-06-28 15:47:50 UTC by matt_twam_asi
Bramble
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Thanks, I'm guessing that you were trying to clear the view of Victoria Terrace which runs above these shops. FYI the normal convention we have in Edinburgh is for most POI's we put the POI nodes internal to the buildings with an address node inline ...
commented 2017-06-28 15:25:47 UTC by Chris Fleming
RossH1
(Discussed changesets: 1)
@SomeoneElse you're right, time to remove the junk
commented 2017-06-28 12:41:32 UTC by chillly
Harry Wood
(Discussed changesets: 8)
Good point. Well spotted. So I've added foot=yes to those road sections to fix this. The other way to fix would be to weave the relation along the footways which are there in places... but only in places. As usual, representing pedestrian rout-abilit...
commented 2017-06-27 21:13:39 UTC by Harry Wood
DblD022
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi, please do not add features which are already mapped, thanks.
commented 2017-06-27 19:09:07 UTC by GinaroZ
Cebderby
(Discussed changesets: 8)
Ah, I wondered why the sports club wasn't showing properly. Thank you.
commented 2017-06-27 14:44:01 UTC by ENB45
SomeoneElse
(Discussed changesets: 56)
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,...
commented 2017-06-27 00:48:51 UTC by SomeoneElse
Paul Blythe
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi and thanks for the welcome, Have made the changes so the two areas now read "amenity=parking". Thanks for highlighting the mistake.
commented 2017-06-26 22:47:37 UTC by Paul Blythe
VlIvYur
(Discussed changesets: 5)
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.
A...
commented 2017-06-26 20:27:58 UTC by VlIvYur
hollium
(Discussed changesets: 2)
Sounds good, but one looked like a typo, the other one matches the road.
commented 2017-06-26 20:15:16 UTC by ndm
VlIvYur
(Discussed changesets: 5)
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 drive...
commented 2017-06-26 20:03:52 UTC by VlIvYur
Crombo
(Discussed changesets: 1)
I can't seem to drag it on my iPad. Will try again as soon as I have a computer handy.
commented 2017-06-26 19:54:23 UTC by Crombo
rokrmo
(Discussed changesets: 1)
thanks

commented 2017-06-26 17:14:08 UTC by rokrmo
Heyheyitshay
(Discussed changesets: 15)
I like your neatening but have noticed some border problems and also the removal of the fact it is a park. Am fixing them now however and this is some of the neatest work I've seen so well done.
commented 2017-06-26 17:11:54 UTC by ClarkstonCorrect
sperlingskauz
(Discussed changesets: 10)
This bit's just a wall, so barrier=flood_wall would work.
commented 2017-06-26 15:24:11 UTC by SomeoneElse
anrew
(Discussed changesets: 1)
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

commented 2017-06-26 15:15:04 UTC by SomeoneElse
mapper999
(Discussed changesets: 41)
Other maps will still show them - https://map.atownsend.org.uk/maps/map/map.html#zoom=15&lat=56.09576&lon=-3.30543 .
commented 2017-06-26 15:11:03 UTC by SomeoneElse
SkegHammer
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Thanks - I'll review the local ones to see if any others need changing.
commented 2017-06-26 15:06:52 UTC by SomeoneElse
ballysallagh1
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Cheers. Nice to know it's appreciated. :)
commented 2017-06-26 15:00:46 UTC by ballysallagh1
Cheap Car Insurance San Diego
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi, welcome to osm. I am wondering why you would add a business based in California in Cheshire?
commented 2017-06-26 07:15:21 UTC by trigpoint
Hildrop92
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Yes, thinking about it that would make more sense to have, as it would make it stick out from the dirt paths around it.
commented 2017-06-25 11:43:34 UTC by Hildrop92
LateNightTone
(Discussed changesets: 3)
Hi VictorIE, no a ford wouldn't be appropriate here as it is a tidal body of water, so the crossing can only be made at low tide. The highway is covered at any other time. A ford is only where a waterway i.e. flowing river is to be crossed, so the hi...
commented 2017-06-24 20:29:01 UTC by LateNightTone
Ken MacKenzie
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi,
you used the key "ScientificName" on some nodes - in OSM we have the tag "species" (as well as "genus") for that. If you want to tag the English name of the species, you can use "species:en".

Jan
commented 2017-06-24 20:25:20 UTC by mueschel
Platinum
(Discussed changesets: 1)
OK have a look at what I've done. Slightly guesswork for the Forlease Road junction. I've slightly changed the alignment of Stafferton Link further S.
commented 2017-06-23 19:11:27 UTC by SK53
yurasi
(Discussed changesets: 39)
Hi, I wondered why you deleted way http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/48551505 and then re-added it named as Stafferton Link in a later edit?

The current Stafferton Link is clearly not on the correct alignment as it passes through houses rather tha...
commented 2017-06-23 19:09:17 UTC by SK53
Larkmeadow
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Yes looks OK!
Bye!
commented 2017-06-23 18:07:54 UTC by BCNorwich
Martin Wynne
(Discussed changesets: 9)
p.s. I have been there. I use Google Streetview only to confirm my memory of what I saw. Mostly I use OS OpenData to align buildings, water-courses, etc. Also the NLS 25K maps are very useful. The Bing aerial is very poor quality for seeing details.\...
commented 2017-06-23 17:43:35 UTC by Martin Wynne
babssame
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi,
welcome to OSM!
could you explain the meaning of the tags you added here? I don't fully see what you want to express and in the current state it also can not be interpreted by software.
You could have a look to the wiki to see how bus stops ar...
commented 2017-06-23 12:41:34 UTC by mueschel
joe egg
(Discussed changesets: 5)
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 a...
commented 2017-06-22 19:07:49 UTC by joe egg
kawabill
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hi, I am pleased you enjoyed your stay. I have tidied the building to match its outline and removed the operator tag, booking.com are not the operator.
I have also removed the word English from the description, the owners may not be best pleased to ...
commented 2017-06-22 17:50:16 UTC by trigpoint
Martin Wynne
(Discussed changesets: 9)
Hi Martin
OSM is primarily a geographic database which can be rendered in many different styles. What you see on the main page is a few styles but anybody can set up a renderer and define their own.
The reason for the different tagging is for diff...
commented 2017-06-22 17:03:52 UTC by trigpoint
Saidtheguru
(Discussed changesets: 1)
The Royal Mail's view of addresses can be very obscure and certainly only one company's version of things. I'd use Molescroft.
commented 2017-06-22 17:01:08 UTC by chillly
VexX_uk
(Discussed changesets: 1)
BTW Welcome to OSM.

I've never found an official name, which is why I never named it. I see it more as a leisure=recreation_ground than a park. It certainly shouldn't be tagged as both.

How about 'Manor Road Playing Fields'? http://sports-facil...
commented 2017-06-22 11:45:49 UTC by DaveF
SK53
(Discussed changesets: 32)
Very kind of you to welcome me, but it's a bit late: I've been on OSM since Dec 2008.

I've looked very hard for the dragged node, but can't find it. In future please provide the url of the actual object. It saves a lot of time. It may be that what...
commented 2017-06-22 10:18:30 UTC by SK53
catrionaswanson
(Discussed changesets: 1)
Hello,
Your mapping of the Port Salford Greenway is done in a way that duplicates some highways, (particularly Grange Road, Farm Road). Is there a separate cycleway here? If not the the cycleway status should be tagged/drawn as part of the existing ...
commented 2017-06-22 07:39:52 UTC by BCNorwich
skyegod
(Discussed changesets: 4)
Hello Sidewalk beside a highway a better tagged as part of that highway except if separated by a barrier of some kind. Please see :- https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:footway%3Dsidewalk
I've removed this footpath because mapped such it is on ...
commented 2017-06-22 06:41:56 UTC by BCNorwich