[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.

Bugs:
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?
-- 
/emj



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