[Talk-GB] Is slightly hacky data better than no data?

Andy Allan gravitystorm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 09:03:08 BST 2007

On 4/24/07, Jonathan Bennett <openstreetmap at jonno.cix.co.uk> wrote:
> If I use the NPE maps to trace the route, the GPX I get is 20 or so
> metres out compared with the existing OSM data, even with calibration,
> but the shape of the way is spot on. Is using JOSM to shift the way into
> the "right" place better than leaving the gap?

I would say go for it. We're going to want all the railways joined
together long before anyone minds that it's slightly out of line for
that short stretch.


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