[OSM-talk] Zero tolerance on imports

Nathan Edgars II neroute2 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 20 03:37:57 GMT 2011

Andrew Errington-2 wrote:
> Anyway, I like the idea of using imports as a 'scaffold' for building real 
> objects.  Imported data could sit on a separate layer, much like GPS
> traces, 
> then a mapper can either trace over the imported shapes, or select an 
> imported object and 'promote' it to become a real object (then join it up
> to 
> existing objects), or select an imported object and delete it, either
> because 
> it already exists, or it's wrong, or it has served its purpose for
> tracing.  
> Over time the import layer will fade away once all of its objects have
> been 
> scrutinised.
We already have such a setup with respect to the "reviewed" tags on any
imports that include those. If we really wanted to, we could not render
anything with *reviewed=no, but that would be silly.
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