[Tagging] Announcing: website key integrity checking

Erik Johansson erjohan at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 10:10:20 BST 2011

On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 07:18, Bryce Nesbitt <bryce2 at obviously.com> wrote:
> KeepRight, at http://keepright.ipax.at/
> now validates "website" tags on ways and nodes.
> The script loads each page and performs a fuzzy match...
> a restaurant for example needs to match on name, phone number or address
> (any one will do).
> The script also checks for hijacked domains, though this detection could use
> additional match strings.

Great stuff, the best of armchair mapping. You do surveys of websites..

Is it possible to download these keepright lists in batch form? I
would like to do a survey with paper of some places and then it would
be cool to have your error messages available.

But you don't match phone numbers with spaces in them, at least over
here people use  these chars [0-9 +()[]-] to write a phone number.

No OCR, and no flash parsing. (ha! joking)

Could you add support for website2=*?

Who reads what you write in the comment field in KeepRight?

> The "http error" check could use some help also: many http errors are
> transient, which leads to unfortunate flagging of non-problems.

Patches welcome?

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