[HOT] Peace Corps ramping up our contributions
pierzenh at yahoo.fr
Sat Oct 4 21:04:19 UTC 2014
Yes a lot of confusion therer. First the Landuse, we do an ouline around all the residential area, not for every single house. And sometimes simply area=yes. I also see a house outlined with the tag residential=yes.
Way 192437514 can be better aligned by zooming-in enough to assure to see more detail.
When you see paths going in all directions in the field, without any house, I dont think that it is significant to trace all this. It simply add some confusion to the map.
You could first try to give instructions to this contributor and see if he is ready to correct. Otherwise, yes simply erase all the polygons, keeping only highways.
Our support team contributors that take care of validation can support you for more precis instructions.
De : David Schmitt <david at black.co.at>
À : hot at openstreetmap.org
Envoyé le : Samedi 4 octobre 2014 16h33
Objet : Re: [HOT] Peace Corps ramping up our contributions
awesome to see the many diverse projects for fixing the world!
On 2014-10-02 14:27, Choquette, Patrick wrote:
> I wanted to drop a note to say that we are Peace Corps are ramping up
> our contributions to OSM. We held 10+ mappy hours and have been pushing
> our folks to tasks on the task manager.
> We are now dipping our toe into creating our own tasks. We are starting
> with a number of med priority tasks centered around our malaria efforts
> in Africa. We just posted our first two last night and have a mappy hour
> planned for this evening to see if we can finish the tasks.
> Any help, feedback or requests from the community are more than welcome.
After finishing the #668 task, I've taken a look at #669 and found this:
Looking at it in the data view (or downloading the tile into josm)
reveals quite a mess with weird tracing and tagging. I've seen similar
(albeit on a much smaller scale) tagging on the other task. There I've
just fixed it and notified the user. Having the same weird stuff here
suggests a kind of training fail to me. Maybe you want to check up on
the people on your side and the training material to find out where
there's something fishy going on.
I've not touched this for now, but would I start on this, I'd probably
just erase all (or most of it) and start from scratch.
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