[Tagging] Changeset tag for issue closing

Anton Klim tohaklim at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 23:37:35 UTC 2019

Considering heated discussions usually follow object tags, I won't expect the same amount of people to argue about change set tags (I sometimes forget they exist).
Seems logical, although to me qa processing seems complicated to process/fit in a tag...


07.01.2019, в 22:51, Bryan Housel <bhousel at gmail.com> написал(а):

> iD now integrates with the KeepRight Q/A tool.. This is pretty great, and you should try it out:
> https://twitter.com/bhousel/status/1081398222176817152
> But I have a tagging question.  
> As we roll out this feature, as well as other Q/A tool integrations, some people would like to be able to have the issues that they are closing appear in their changeset comment, or hashtag, or some other tag.
> It seems like the obvious solution - adding a changeset comment like “closes #keepright-123” - is ok but not great.  It doesn’t really say what the user did, and we will quickly run into the 255 char limit if the user closes a lot of issues.
> So I’m thinking of introducing changeset tags like “closes:xxxxx=123;456;789” where xxxxx can be a tracking service like “keepright”, “osmose”, “improveosm”, “maproulette” or any other issue tracker we want to connect iD to.  
> Thoughts?  
> Reply here or on  https://github.com/openstreetmap/iD/issues/5679
> If there aren’t any serious objections, I’ll probably add this in a few days.
> Thanks!
> Bryan
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