[HOT] #MapLesotho task completed on Qacha's Nek
jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 02:06:30 UTC 2016
I had a quick look. I must say that reading through the instructions I
personally wouldn't feel confident I could mark any tile done. They are
quite comprehensive and I'm not sure I personally have the experience to
map all the different things requested.
I did validate a couple of tiles then pulled in Lesotho. Hopefully I
didn't miss anything in the validation. In Lesotho there are currently
some 5,430 duplicated something or others. I noted 2,667 untagged ways or
ways that were merely commented.
There are a few thousand highways that do not follow the African Highway
guidelines. The highway=bridleway and highway=pedestrian in particular I
would be suspicious of.
I'm sure the errors that JOSM validation picked up are in areas of the
country that are not in your projects and when you extend your projects
these will eventually be corrected.
I may have a go at correcting some of the untagged ways etc that JOSM
I wish you well in your endeavors and I'm very pleased you've found so many
mappers running JOSM and JOSM validation to reduce the number of errors in
your projects in Lesotho. When I gain a little more experience in landuse
mapping etc. I may drop in again.
On 19 December 2016 at 18:04, Ciarán Staunton <ciaran.staunton at gmail.com>
> A big thanks to the people who help out mapping and validating on task
> #1941 which was going for about 6 months and got chalked off to a very high
> standard today (read the task instructions to see what I mean). Now that we
> all know what we are doing much better I am glad to say that 97% of the
> tiles got done by people from..... Qacha's Nek. While this is a great thing
> the local community would benefit greatly from more peer contact through
> the validation process. Now we turn our attention to Thaba Tseka task
> #1947, and again any help with validation would be most welcome. The one
> guideline I would set is that if you want to validate first do at least one
> tile to get the "feel" for it. Thanks in advance!
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