[HOT] HOT Validation Style
nick.allen.54 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 00:57:08 UTC 2014
Thanks for your work on this. I've installed it on two different
computers (small laptop screen & one with a much larger desktop screen)
and given it a thorough work out over the last couple of hours - I like
it & found it much easier to identify problems with highway tags.
I've added a section to the wiki at
recommending its use - can you check you are happy with the wording please.
I've also added a couple of requests on github - if someone could look
at them when convenient I'd be grateful.
Once again, thanks for the work by all involved on this, I think it's a
real improvement & will be using it from now onwards.
On 13/04/14 09:55, Mark Cupitt wrote:
> To support the Tharparkar HMP and to make Validation of Tiles Easier,
> we have just released a new JOSM Style. This style is designed to
> highlight any items that do NOT match the spec proposed by Pierre at
> At the Moment, we are focused on Landuse=residential and the highway
> and surface tags. Any tags used in a specific area that do not match
> the tags specified, will be highlighted brightly in red, whilst
> acceptable tags will be muted but still visible.
> Hopefully this will make validation of tags used a lot simpler, but,
> of course, tiles still have ot be checked for completeness.
> The remainder of the styling is as per the HDM Style and has been left
> untouched for now.
> The Style was developed from the HOT HDM Style and and the Surface
> Data Entry Style from AndrewBuck
> This is the first version and it is available for download at
> If you find any issues or would like to expand the styles
> capabilities, please leave an issue on the Git Repository.
> We have also submitted it for inclusion in the JSOM Map Paint Style
> Wiki so you should be able to download it direct into JOSM
> Mark Cupitt
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