[Talk-GB] Birmingham Tree Import
mail at harrywood.co.uk
Mon May 8 01:55:53 UTC 2017
> On 27/04/2017 20:26, Brian Prangle wrote:
> I've annotated Harry's Import wiki page with some comments and ideas.
I don't want you to think of it as *my* wiki page. Like any wiki page we should aim to reflect the balance of opinion on there. I tried to distill discussion so far. Actually we haven't discussed the tree tags all that much. I was summarising a lot from Will Phillips Mar 19th:
...with a bit of my own opinion in stirred in.
There's a section of the wiki page 'Data fields'...
which you could fill in with more details. form, age, plot_number, and (as already mentioned) usrn, could all do with some explanation.
As for my own opinions on the tags, my main feeling is that they add up to quite a heavyweight transfer of database columns. I think I would suggest slimming out these ones entirely:
Because (like the old is_in tag) these are not technically necessary, and not really appropriate for something as fine-grained and numerous as tree nodes.
> Apart from some posts about the problems with email notifications of
> changeset discussions, there has been nothing to indicate where I take this
> import. I guess that's because the initative is really down to me.
Yes. I guess the question now is whether it's necessary to fix some aspects of the tagging via a corrective bulk edit, and whether that should happen before or after finishing off the last bit of the import.
You said you've done quadrants of the city: NW,SW & SE completed. So just the NE quadrant to finish off. You've added 42,974 so far, so there's what? another ~15,000 trees to add? To me it seems reasonable to just finish that off. That leaves us with a consistent uniform set of trees tagged the same way (to fix if needed).
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