[talk-au] Re-entering data to avoid licensing failure

Ben Kelley ben.kelley at gmail.com
Sun Dec 18 07:26:37 GMT 2011


The maxspeed change was applied to all highway=residential ways with no
maxspeed afaik.

It was not done with a not account.

This was some months ago now.

  - Ben.

Ben Kelley
On Dec 18, 2011 1:48 PM, "Richard Weait" <richard at weait.com> wrote:

> On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 9:40 PM, Sam Wilson <sam at archives.org.au> wrote:
>
> > Thanks Richard and Steve for your ideas.  I've started using the licence
> > check plugin... and now getting disheartened at the extent of the
> > non-agreeing data!  :-(
> >
> > Ah well.  I rather want to keep mapping, and not wait till this is all
> > resolved... so I think I shall just fix (as in, recreate) those ways
> with a
> > v1 decliner, and ignore the rest for the time being.  Seems silly to be
> > manually removing every "maxspeed=50" anyway; that's the sort of thing
> the
> > machine will do when the time comes.
>
> Did the maxspeed bot use a bot account, or the bot tag on changesets?
>
> Do you (collectively or individually) have an analysis of the maxspeed
> bot changes?  Are those the only aspects tainting a large number of
> objects?
>
> How would you feel about running a repair bot?
>
> Best regards,
> Richard
>
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