<br>I'm starting to fiddle around more seriously with OSM and am trying to use Potlatch to do so.<br><br>For basic things, like tagging ways that are already there, it's great.<br><br>For adding new ways/segments, or editing current ways/segments, I just might not understand what I should
<br>be doing.<br><br>I'm adding roads in a big city, and the roads are in a dense grid pattern. I'm not sure how to start a way/segment<br>for a new street off of an existing street, so I start from the middle and draw to the ends. For short streets, it ends
<br>up with 2 segments when really only one is needed. Any other way to do this?<br><br>I've also added some one way tags. Now, I really haven't a clue how OSM/potlatch is using this until the data is<br>rendered. It would be helpful if Potlatch could hint which direction is which when you add such a tag.
<br><br>I have a way that is actually two physical streets, but it's only one logical way. Is there any way to seperate the segments<br>or tag them with the proper street names?<br><br>I'm not sure if this is a bug or a question, but some ways that I've either interacted with or created have missing segments.
<br>When I added them, or before I added into the area, they were correct. Can I review what I've done to see if it was really me<br>that did something?<br><br>Last,
but not least - erasing. Is there any way to erase in Potlatch? I've
found scribbles, ways that aren't related to anything,
<br>double drawn ways, but I can't figure out what to do with them. For the time being, I'm trying to re-use them by moving their<br>points to real streets and integrating them into the map, but occasionally someone will make a mistake and it would be nice
<br>to just "get rid" of a way or segment.<br><br>Having fun adding to the map here,<br><span class="sg">Gerald.<br>