[Talk-ca] Clean up progress and last push

Frank Steggink steggink at steggink.org
Sat Mar 31 07:16:29 BST 2012

On 31-3-2012 7:25, Richard Weait wrote:
> Okay, so, ummmm.  Wow!
> I've been looking around with the OSM Inspector to see how the license
> clean up is progressing elsewhere.
> You've been busy.
> Victoria and Nanaimo looked pretty dire a few weeks ago.  They're in
> much better shape now.  Southwestern Ontario looks great. The Niagara
> peninsula and Golden Horseshoe look good.  Toronto and environs has
> some minor issues still, but is much improved. All of that is super to
> see.
> There are some spots that could use your attention if you still have
> some cleaning cycles before Sunday.  Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Sydney,
> Fredericton and Sherbrooke could use some help. There is some
> coastline to be cleaned near Sept-Iles.  Winnipeg and Brandon would
> like your help.  Yorkton, up to Saskatoon and Lloydminster need some
> love.  Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary would benefit from your
> attention and there are still some areas near Whistler to improve.
> If you are feeling some cross-border love, perhaps you'll help our
> lake-mates with the US side of the Great Lakes?  The area near Sault
> Sainte Marie should be looking better. Lake Ontario seems good as does
> most of Erie.
> Help out some more, if you can.  You've done a super job of sorting
> out a lot of data.  That's great to see.  Be proud of yourselves.  :-)
> If you haven't been using OSMI to help clean up, you should.  Have a
> look.  Sorry for the looooong link.
> http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=wtfe&lon=-75.24686&lat=45.17431&zoom=7&opacity=0.41&overlays=overview,wtfe_point_clean,wtfe_line_clean,wtfe_point_harmless,wtfe_line_harmless,wtfe_point_inrelation,wtfe_line_inrelation_cp,wtfe_line_inrelation,wtfe_point_modified,wtfe_line_modified_cp,wtfe_line_modified,wtfe_point_created,wtfe_line_created_cp,wtfe_line_created
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Hi Richard,

Working on Quebec. I've replaced about half of the affected roads with 
Canvec. The stray non-ODBL nodes (which happen to be along main streets) 
are due to nodes being reused for landuse. I'm not sure if those can be 
cleaned up in time (as I expect to be busy with the rest of the roads 
most of the day), but I'll try.


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