[talk-au] Boundary removal.

Ian Sergeant inas66+osm at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 13:03:51 GMT 2012


I'll scream about tomorrow lunchtime.

Can you explain why the DWG need to be involved here?

I'm not sure I see the benefits of a bulk remove prior to everything else.
I have had no difficulties in removing the ABS boundaries when they get it
my way.

Ian.
On Feb 1, 2012 11:50 PM, "Nick Hocking" <nick.hocking at gmail.com> wrote:

> Mark wrote
>
> "I think leave in the broken ones for now."
>
> The only problem some may have is that once a relation
> is empty you won't be able to locate it again although it
> will disappear on April 1st.
>
> Still if people have added roads into the boundary relation
> then the road won't be deleted and therefore the relation
> will not be empty.
>
> So yes I agree lets just get the version 1 ABS boundaries
> deleted and let the relations look after themselves.
>
> Tomorrow  lunchtime I will ask DWG to do the deletes,
> unless there are lots of screams here.
>
> If there are lots of screams here next week then we could,
> of course get the deletes reverted.
>
> And yes, I will produce a list of 1500 boundary roads
> and 1500boundary waterways which are at risk.
> (this weekend I promise).
>
> Nick
>
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