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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 22/11/2020 18:12, Clay Smalley
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        <div dir="ltr">On Sun, Nov 22, 2020 at 11:12 AM Dave F via
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            <div> Contributing to the database (also *volunteers*) are
              expected to map to a certain standard. There shouldn't be
              a reason to expect develops not to do the same.<br>
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          <div>If it's so easy, why don't you write the "few lines of
            code" necessary to fix this issue?<br>
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    I did. Note the response.<br>
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            <div bgcolor="#FFFFFF"> Desiring relations to list in their
              entirety is *not* a "0.1% case". Splitting them into
              'super relations' should not be the desired, final
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          <div>Amtrak routes, like many other public transit routes, are
            already split into super-relations (see [1], [2]). <br>
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    Yes. I've done it myself on UK bicycle routes, but only out of
    necessity, due to the software limitation, not, as I stated, from
    any desire. It would be much less error prone with tags & ways
    being added to the wrong relations. <br>
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    DaveF<br>
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