[talk-au] Roads in Industrial Estates: Residential, Unclassified or Service?
ahoran at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 05:23:17 UTC 2021
Industrial on one side, residential on the other?
Personally I don't mind leaving this as residential as you suggest, so just
mark it as not an issue.
This is also why I've not yet done the same challenge for Commercial, as
there's even more scenarios where they are mixed.
Re setting up challenges in MapRoulette and overpass.
You can check your throttle status on the standard server here
If you get blocked on the standard one then you can change the overpass api
server that you're working with. In overpass-turbo setting you can switch
to https://overpass.kumi.systems/api which is a different instance hosted
by some people who don't have a limit https://overpass.kumi.systems/
In my tests the data is recent.
Speaking as a programmer, I'm not sure that I've ever encountered a
language as poorly explained and documented as overpass QL.
On Wed, 28 Jul 2021 at 14:59, Graeme Fitzpatrick <graemefitz1 at gmail.com>
> On Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 16:57, Adam Horan <ahoran at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'd assumed I was talking to a guru!
> I'd love to know where you get that idea ‽ :-)
> Yeah, I'm OK on OSM, but that's about it, especially when the instructions
> are all written in Computer, not English! As it was once put : "I don't
> know what makes 'em run, I just use 'em"
> This is the project https://maproulette.org/browse/projects/46014
> Have started on the Qld ones, thanks, but one question arising from it.
> When it's industrial on one side of the street, & houses on the other,
> what do we want to call it?
> Maybe best left as =residential?
>> I've hit quota blocks so many times in the last few days trying to get
>> these queries working at all and then semi-efficiently.
> Been trying my own challenge with your, & other sample codes, but not
> getting anywhere, & got that block earlier :-(
> I'll post it all up when the limit (hopefully?) refreshes tomorrow & see
> what real experts :-) think I'm doing wrong.
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