[OSM-talk] who moved Mumbai?
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Fri Jul 4 14:41:52 BST 2008
One way would be to check the history of a few of the "moved" nodes
using the data layer on the www.openstreetmap.org map. Zoom in, select
the data layer... wait... choose a way that looks moved and view the
details for it, select one of the nodes, and view the history for the
node. If there is only one entry and it says edited by AND, then it
hasn't been changed.
I just did this for a few nodes for roads that look off as you
describe, and it looks like they haven't been edited since they were
created by the AND import.
You might want to check it on a few more in more places.
On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 2:10 PM, Kenneth Gonsalves <lawgon at au-kbc.org> wrote:
> I hope it isnt a dumb question, but how would I go about that?
> On 04-Jul-08, at 6:03 PM, Andy Robinson ((blackadder-lists)) wrote:
>> A check may need to be made against the original AND data import
>> which I
>> believe propagated Mumbai with a lot of data.
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>>> I was editing the OSM map in the Juhu area, and found that, compared
>>> to the yahoo image and to the existing traces, the whole map seems to
>>> have slipped a good way south and slightly east also. I checked other
>>> parts of the map and find the same error every where. Since the
>>> existing GPS traces also coincide with the Yahoo map, I think that
>>> somehow someone has moved the whole map of Mumbai south and east. It
>>> may also be because my laptop has low memory or something, but i
>>> doubt it as I do not see the same problem in Delhi, Bangalore or
>>> Chennai. How do we rectifiy this?
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