[Imports] Import regarding fuel station in Italy
sanderd17 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 16 16:13:30 UTC 2015
AFACS, the dataset contains almost 80 000 records with about 30 000 fuel
station ids (so probably one record per pump, and multiple pumps per
This is neither a small import, nor a local one.
So I wonder, how did the QA go? How was the data compared to OSM data? What
if data (f.e. the station operator or address) doesn't match with OSM data?
And as their data is licensed under a license that at least requires
attribution, the data must be attributed correctly.
I just opened a random station that was added today:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/354016746 Look at the street name, and
realise that the fuel station names it "Via Aurelia", and the street in OSM
is called "Vechia Aurelia". This makes me believe that there was no QA at
2015-06-16 17:43 GMT+02:00 Andrea Musuruane <musuruan at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> In Italy, the government has started to publish the fuel stations as open
> data under the IODL v2 license (page is in Italian):
> The user sabas88 started a thread in the talk-it mailing list to import
> this data in OSM:
> I gently pointed out that he wasn't following the Import guidelines and he
> replied he didn't think this classified as an import and he wanted to do
> something productive instead of having to deal with the bureaucracy.
> The general mood on the mailing list is that it is such an overhand to
> follow the guidelines and they should not be followed anyway for such small
> edits (most stations are already in OSM and only some data should added)
> and therefore not even a dedicated import account is necessary. Even the
> proper attribution of the open data provider is not seen as necessary.
> Anyway the import is already ongoing and some stations have already been
> I kindly ask your opinion about this import.
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