[Talk-GB] Reporting Errors to OS - Feedback
sk1ppy14 at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Aug 12 14:23:49 BST 2010
In that case, it sounds to me like a maintenance nightmare, especially if
everyone adds all the errors they find in the OS data to the Catalog.
I will certainly think before adding too many more errors to the Catalog,
because there is every chance that in six months time (or whenever the next
release cycle is for the particular product) the editor that added the data
might be gone. It's tricky, because we obviously don't want to bombard OS
with multiple emails with the same error (two or three won't hurt, and may
actually be beneficial) - however, 'bombard' might be too strong-a word,
depending on how many people actually pass on errors to OS...
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 2:15 PM, Ed Avis <eda at waniasset.com> wrote:
> Tim Francois <sk1ppy14 at ...> writes:
> >Just thought I'd share some feedback of my experience of reporting errors
> >the OS OpenData products back to OS.
> >Additionally, I also added the errors to the OSM Catalog of Errors
> >(http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Catalog_of_Errors). However, now I'm
> >sure if that's the right thing to do anymore - once it gets fixed in OS,
> >shouldn't we be taking down the error from the Catalog?
> When there's a new release of the affected product(s) and we start using
> it, yes.
> Ed Avis <eda at waniasset.com>
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