[Talk-GB] Open data

Colin Smale colin.smale at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 29 10:00:35 UTC 2016


On 2016-03-29 11:46, John Aldridge wrote:

> An example is parish boundaries which, I understand, have been imported from Ordnance Survey data. The problem with these are that they often get inadvertently corrupted in OSM: they tend to lie along other features, which means that it's rather easy to get them inadvertently to share nodes, which in turn ends up with them being dragged around by mistake.

I fully agree with this comment. As a major contributor/maintainer of UK
admin boundaries in OSM I encounter this frequently. Where the
complexity is overseeable and time allows I prefer to disentangle admin
boundaries from highways, waterways etc. 

--colin 
  
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