[talk-au] Redaction progress

waldo000000 at gmail.com waldo000000 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 10:29:15 BST 2012

Wooh! Finally, with those little green boxes starting to appear over
Australia, we can start to see the light at the end of the license change

Show of hands - Who's going to 1) stick around and help fix the Australian
OSM map, and who's going to 2) jump ship and contribute to a fork (and if
so, which one)?

I'd love to stay with OSM but we gotta work together so inevitably I'll go
with the majority...


On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 10:43 AM, Richard Fairhurst <richard at systemed.net>wrote:

> Current state of affairs:
> - North America is mostly complete. The bot is still working in Los
> Angeles and Victoria (Canada). There are one or two failed or incomplete
> areas which are marked in red on the progress map; these are being retried
> individually. Haiti/Dominican Republic has been left out of this initial
> run to give a little more time for remapping.
> - Western Europe is also mostly complete. Some complex areas in Germany
> are still being processed. Redaction in Poland has paused after initially
> being processed with a whitelist missing (with the associated changes now
> reverted) and will resume as part of the final whole-world pass.
> - Belarus is complete.
> - Redaction is now underway in Australia, starting from the south coast.
> - Progress map link:
> http://harrywood.dev.**openstreetmap.org/license-**
> change/botprocessing.php<http://harrywood.dev.openstreetmap.org/license-change/botprocessing.php>
> Please edit the To: line and make sure any follow-ups go to the relevant
> local mailing list only. :)
> cheers
> Richard
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