[Tagging] Number of route relation errors very much reduced
pelderson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 11:31:04 UTC 2020
Id-users do not break the routes as often as they used to. Assuming the
users did not change overnight, I guess the ID-release caused that. Other
online editors I seldom encountered when looking at a break, but I would be
haoppy to give them credit for some of the errors! Josm caused few errors,
and these were mainly of type "ordering error" in bus routes and cycling
Editing/maintaining the routes is not the same as not breaking them. But
you knew that, I guess.
If anyone is interesting I could provide a list of capabilities needed for
proper maintenance of recreational routes.
PT-routes, I will not burn my hands on those: I would probably be targeted
by all PT-war parties.
But IF exact routes (ordered chain of ways) are to be maintained for PT,
the improvement in ID also helps greatly with that. Detecting
incidental breaks is the main issue, fixing them is a POC.
(As long as the directions are held as separate routes. The
backward/forward role system in routes is a ginormous PITA to me.)
Best, Peter Elderson
Op ma 23 mrt. 2020 om 11:56 schreef Andy Townsend <ajt1047 at gmail.com>:
> On 23/03/2020 10:38, Peter Elderson wrote:
> > I am very happy to report that my current check finds very few
> > integrity errors, and the few I see are not caused by using a specific
> > editing tool. Compliments to the "ID-people", you have done it!
> > This does not mean ID is now a good route editor. Sorry guys&girls,
> > but for serious route maintenance JOSM still is the only option!
> Er, what? This seems completely at variance with what you just said
> above! Also, I'm not sure what those of us who mainly use neither iD
> nor JOSM* are supposed to think - maybe we don't exist...
> Best Regards (not entirely seriously),
> * Potlatch and Vespucci, for info
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