[HOT] HOT Digest, Vol 28, Issue 18

Big Fat Frog bigfatfrog67 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 23:31:41 BST 2012

A fair point Severin, however I would still rather complete what I can 
see rather than stop at some randomly assigned grid.  As I understand it 
the grids have been applied to help people feel they've got an 
acheivable task in front of them or to direct them to a part of the map 
that is usually ignored?


On 21/06/2012 18:17, Séverin MENARD wrote:
> But in this case you take the risk someone else is also editing these
> other box/grids/squares in the same time. And finally we get these
> duplicates you noticed :)
> Severin
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>     BTW on the subject of editing grids, personally I don't always stay in
>     the box, if I'm mapping a river or road then I'll follow it to it's
>     logical or prectical conclusion, also any polygons I will complete even
>     if they take me further a field.  I see no benefit in adding incomplete
>     data in the db.
>     Jonathan
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