[HOT] Thoughts on task validation, especially Padang
pierre.giraud at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 17:35:23 BST 2012
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Le 23 juin 2012 à 13:41, "Michael Krämer" <ohrosm at googlemail.com> a écrit :
> As you may have noticed all squares for Padang have finally been mapped recently. So now it's probably about getting the validation done.
> Personally I am still a bit hesitant about validating for various reasons.
> First of all I am not really sure when a task should be positively validated. The easy part is to invalidated if there's still stuff missing. But the other way round I don't really know what the criteria are. It could range from everything is covered to checking the tags for the objects. The latter would immediately lead to the question of "tagging guidelines" (eg. residential vs. unclassified vs. service etc.).
> Closely linked is the thought that I wouldn't want to validate tasks I have mapped myself. This would probably take the idea of validation ad absurdum. I haven't tried but I don't know if Tasking Manager already cares for this.
No, unfortunately, you can validate a task you've marked as done yourself.
However, it should be easy for you to know that you worked in a task.
You should see your name. Then, you can unlock the task and take a new
> And last but not least I guess validating is a bit tedious compared to mapping anyway...
> As I might be not the only one that struggles with validation I thought I'd simply bring this topic up here.
> Michael (user Ohr)
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