frederik at remote.org
Thu Apr 16 18:18:15 BST 2009
Andy Robinson (blackadder-lists) wrote:
> Is this an example of early node ID's being affected by someone messing with
> a JOSM upload file?
I guess it is. I have stumbled upon this by accident; nodes 1-17 were
uploaded as railway entrances in Praha on 04 April. The user in question
has no other edits during April (I would have raised the matter more
visibly otherwise). I fixed it without discussion and politely notified
the user that there might have been a software problem on his end and
that the edits have been reverted, however I could still insert his
edits as new nodes if he wants. Haven't heard back though.
Andy has rightly pointed out that my revert script has a bug. It usually
reverts the object to the previous version, unless the action being
undone is an object creation in which case it deletes the object. But I
have not foreseen the case where I would be undoing undeletes, as
happened with node #9; my script simply uploaded the old version of that
node (correctly attributed with "visible=false") but the API ignores the
visible=false on upload, so what I should have done is simply delete it.
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