[Talk-us] Fwd: Re: Post bot cleanup
vidthekid at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 12:35:33 BST 2012
I've been having a bit of fun remapping unclean areas based on cleanmap and
remapping after the bot. It's a bit like the initial TIGER cleanup, but
this time I feel extra pride at achieving even higher quality than in that
effort years ago. (More experience, better tools, more familiarity with
tools, better imagery, etc) I'll admit Columbus isn't as hard-hit as Los
Angeles, but having the right attutude might help cleaning up SoCal seem
less painful. And if you could use another armchair mapper in the effort,
I'll try to bring my optimism with me.
On Jul 19, 2012 9:21 PM, "Paul Norman" <penorman at mac.com> wrote:
> > From: Toby Murray [mailto:toby.murray at gmail.com]
> > Subject: Re: [Talk-us] Fwd: Re: Post bot cleanup
> > And this time to the list... (cures you, lack of reply-to!)
> > On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 11:16 AM, the Old Topo Depot
> > <oldtopos at novacell.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > Toby's post yesterday using the modified live edit bot osmZmiany seems
> > > a good way to help focus on areas. Toby, do you think it possible to
> > > serialize the state of the edits as you displayed yesterday so that
> > > they could be used as a zoomable reference to areas potentially
> > needing review ?
> > Ehh... not sure OSMZmiany is the best tool for this. Once you get a lot
> > of nodes loaded in, it takes up a few hundred MB of RAM and performs
> > like crap. Like 5 seconds to zoom/pan. However I do have an idea or two
> > to make something that would work better. I will have to tinker with it
> > tonight and see if it is practical.
> I can build a .osc file that represents all the bot changes to a given
> square (e.g. LA)
> It'll take a bit of coding so I might not get it done today, but it
> shouldn't be too hard.
> > > I'm also wondering if a routing regression suite exists anywhere that
> > > could be used to help identify broken interstates and other major
> > > ways, as the tagging changes and 2 node bridges that were likely
> > > deleted will take time to identify.
> > There was something like this back when the TIGER import was new to help
> > people connect major highways across county lines. Does anyone know the
> > technical details or if it would be practical to bring back?
> > It is documented here:
> > http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/TIGER_fixup/250_cities/routing_grid
> I think it's practical, I've given some thought to doing this. Maybe query
> one of the routing services to build it.
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