[OSM-talk-be] Automated edits related to the GRB import

joost schouppe joost.schouppe at gmail.com
Tue Apr 30 20:27:33 UTC 2019


I just did a first edit on this.More info:
Let me know if you see anything suspicious.

Op di 9 apr. 2019 om 09:46 schreef joost schouppe <joost.schouppe at gmail.com

> Hi,
> The GRB building conflation is now in beta-testing. Join us on Riot (
> https://riot.im/app/#/room/#osmbe:matrix.org - or through OFTC for IRC)
> if you want to be an early adoptor.
> On the imports mailing list, there were some comments on the data model we
> used. In previous iterations, the toolset would at these tags to any
> building of which the geometry comes from GRB:
> <tag k="source:geometry:date" v="2009-12-07"/>
> <tag k="source:geometry:entity" v="Gbg"/>
> <tag k="source:geometry:oidn" v="2155715"/>
> <tag k="source:geometry:uidn" v="2440819"/>
> Glenn has simplified this to:
> <tag k="source:geometry:date" v="2009-12-07"/>
> <tag k="source:geometry:ref" v="Gbg/2155715"/>
> These tags make it easy to use the tool for detecting missing or
> improvable buildings, and for continuous maintance of the link between OSM
> and GRB. Now to keep the tool simple, we'd like to change all the objects
> that still have the old style tagging. Since that is an automated edit, one
> needs to follow the rules (as documented here
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_Edits_code_of_conduct)
> I have written a little script to do this. It just does the simple cases,
> because the complicate cases are quite rare and can probably just be done
> by hand.
> Everything seems to work. You can download an example changeset
> (West-Vlaanderen) here: https://we.tl/t-eMdVhq239N
> The sript for the parser is here:
> https://github.com/joostschouppe/little-grb-parser/blob/master/parser%20xml.sps
> Starts with the Overpass query you need. Sorry, the code is written in
> SPSS. That's just the language I speak best.
> If noone objects (and I get some confirmation it doesn't have stupid
> mistakes), I will do this province-by-province or in smaller chuncks if
> necessary. It takes just a few minutes to get from download to upload, so I
> don't foresee any editing conflicts.
> <https://matrix.to/#/!SqvNXrBsvdGHYRyota:matrix.org/$1554407873121093ilEHM:matrix.org?via=matrix.org&via=roeckx.be&via=bsubway.net>I'll
> use my "joost schouppe import" account. I'll add a little section to the
> main GRB project wiki pages (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/GRBimport)
> about this edit and refer that in the changeset comments.
> --
> Joost Schouppe
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