[OSM-talk] Edit Attacks

80hnhtv4agou at bk.ru 80hnhtv4agou at bk.ru
Wed Jun 10 22:40:09 UTC 2020

when i look at the changeset it went to the guy, but did not tell me what he did. i have had that discussion 
before with somebody else that must be listed and we agreed it was a land fill,  with a golf course on top it 
is a very small part of the top of the hill only 9 holes only,
how many times do i have to go back and defend my edits ? how many times do i have to go back
and redo my edits.
it is a very big hill that is collecting gas and making electricity. and there still digging on it, and a snow hill
and park on the back side. 
if the edit is wrong then add and correct not do what was done i have had 2 people ask me to explane my
one edit and have me look what i did and correct not jump in and demand.
>Wednesday, June 10, 2020 4:53 PM -05:00 from Andy Townsend < ajt1047 at gmail.com >:
>On 10/06/2020 22:41, 80hnhtv4agou--- via Talk-us wrote:
>> this is a good one because i had a back and forth discussion with
>> somebody that was
>> calling me out on my edit because from space this looked like a flat
>> surface and then explaned
>> how to list it as non active.
>>  https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/802256628#map=16/42.1110/-87.8160
>Well that's been a golf course for only a month:
>If that isn't a golf course, I suggest you discuss that with the person
>who added that in  https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/84983669 .
>> but the thing is the river was a 10 year old 81 mile download that
>> maye should not be as to the Wiki.
>> and this guy must be a river freak just like the bus stop guy who
>> thought he own the map.
>As I suggested earlier, it'd definitely make sense to split up some of
>the huge "natural=water; water=river" areas such as
>https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/233949 , but anyone who does that
>will need to do it in such as way that it doesn't accidentally delete
>large lengths of riverbank (which happened last time).
i do not think i did, is says do not do the entire river, i broke it up into little bits, and only
the wide parts.
and what ever he did the ghosts are back.
>Best Regards,

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