[OSM-talk] Zero tolerance on imports
Nathan Edgars II
neroute2 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 20:43:00 GMT 2011
> The best way to achieve this, IMO, is to only execute mass edits and
> imports in collaboration with a local community. This makes sure that
> there is a sufficiently developed community of mappers "on the ground",
> allows them to evaluate the data's quality beforehand, and makes it
> likely that the data will be well integrated into the OSM database soon
> after the import.
Would you say the same about mapping in an area you're in on vacation? Or is
it OK to dump incomplete data on an area with no local community as long as
it's not an import?
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