[Osmf-talk] Organized Editing Best Practice

Rob Nickerson rob.j.nickerson at gmail.com
Tue Dec 12 20:07:29 UTC 2017

Hi Yves,

To prevent this becoming voting for one or the other (which isn't
particularly helpful) could I kindly ask that you provide a bit more
context. What is it that makes you feel this way?

For an example of the level of detail they helps please see Tobias'
response where he provided context to the concerns he has with what the AB
has published.

Thank you,

On 12 Dec 2017 7:09 p.m., "Yves" <yvecai at gmail.com> wrote:

I already express my preference for a guideline instead of a policy, this
Best Practices are going to the direction I favor .

Le 11 décembre 2017 20:00:42 GMT+01:00, Marc Prioleau <marc at mapbox.com> a
écrit :
> The OSMF Board has tasked the DWG to come up with a policy, consult with
> stakeholders, and suggest something to the Board on Organized Editing.
> Stakeholders on the OSMF Advisory Board have also been discussing this
> topic since early this summer, participated in the survey, and since the
> beginning of October, we have been formulating our current collective “best
> practice” in this document. This is meant as input to help further the OSMF
> designed process.
> The guidelines outline best practices for organized editing based on
> experiences from several companies and organizations. The goal is to
> standardize around a set of practices that encourage involvement in
> OpenStreetMap, contribute high quality mapping, provide transparency around
> practices and provide support for and cooperation with local and global OSM
> communities.
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Organized_Editing_Best_Practice
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