[Imports] [Import] Infrastructures and Village boundaries of Surabaya City (Indonesia- East Java region)

Walter Nordmann wnordmann at gmx.de
Sun Oct 23 11:36:23 UTC 2016


Ok Dewi,

thats make sense.

BUT: you deleted the ways of those AL7-Boundaries and not the relations 
too. Now there are relations with zoro members.

see https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/5827335/history

And - what is really wrong - You did not care about the other 
boundaries! Many AL6-boundaries are now uncomplete. or did you just 
forget to remove them too?

see: https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/5824967/history and list: 
http://osm.wno-edv-service.de/index.php/projekte/internationale-administrative-grenzen/missing-boundaries/10-osm-reports/725-countries-compare-2016-10-23 
just pick the AL6 and that should be the killed ones. Plus those which 
you deleted today?

Not a well done job :(

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one guy wrote this answer. it's better english

You might have good intentions but the result of your "cleanup" is not 
good. For example, relation 5824967 is now broken.
To clean up an import which happend recently and should be reverted (due 
to lacking permission or violation of the guideline), it is best to 
revert the changesets of the import. Because you edited the imported 
data, the person who reverts them has to revert your changesets, too. Do 
your cleanup changeset contain any valueable changes except the manual 
revert of the import itself?
The most important thing is that further edits on these objects are 
stopped. In an additional step, we have to check who has edited them 
(which changesets). Otherwise a revert will end up in conflicts.

Could you please point us to the changeset discussion where Farras 
imported these boundaries? Do you have a list of changests by Farras 
which should be reverted?

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Regards
walter




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