[Talk-us] GNIS - All Feature_Classes Imported?

Apollinaris Schoell aschoell at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 07:05:31 GMT 2010


or someone deleted them?
Potlatch has an undo mode open the area where you expect it to be and use u or U. tend to forget which one is correct

On 10 Feb 2010, at 16:17 , Mike Thompson wrote:

> It seems that not all GNIS Feature_Classes were imported, at least not
> in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.  For example, in this
> area (http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=40.4038&lon=-105.52128&zoom=15&layers=B000FTF)
> there is a prominent rock formation called "Twin Owls".  It is shown
> on the 7.5' topo map, and there are signs in the area showing how to
> hike to its base.  It is not in OSM.  The GNIS Feature_Class is
> "pinnacle", and I have noticed other missing features with the same
> class.   I am happy to work on importing such features, but wanted to
> see what the group thought first.
> 
> I posted a similar question on the wiki discussion page for GNIS, but
> have not gotten an answer.  I also posted something to the user
> diaries and got one response which stated that all features had been
> imported and it was probably a rendering issue.  I am pretty sure the
> data is not there and that it is not a rendering issue. I downloaded
> the data for the area and searched for this feature, and it was not
> present.
> 
> Mike
> 
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