[talk-au] Boundary removal.
inas66+osm at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 22:36:29 GMT 2012
I think doing a JOSM search for user:ABS2006 does everything we want here.
Because JOSM is only aware of the most recent user, this selects all V1
ABS2006 imported objects only. Relations, nodes and ways. These can then
be deleted with a single click.
If the relations, ways, and nodes are all unmodified this will delete them
all. If anything has been modified, it leaves it. If you are doing it
over a small area, it is possible to check any unselected boundary
relations as well, to check if the modifications are significant, and
manually tidy up around the edges.
Do you want me to try this on a small area (like Canberra :-) to see if it
gives the desired results?
On 2 February 2012 00:03, Ian Sergeant <inas66+osm at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
> 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).
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