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On 19/02/2011 17:30, Richard Mann wrote:
<pre wrap="">There's probably some good reason, but why isn't there a link from
osm.org to report a bug?
Could it be because not many people use it?<br>
I still don't understand why, in a collaborative project, that
osmbugs is used as a record to get other people to amend missing
"Feel free to put the modifications you would like to see on <a
href="http://www.openstreetmap.org">OpenStreetMap</a> on the map."<br>
That is from the front page. To me, it goes against the way OSM is
meant to work; if you want to see modifications to OSM then do it
Much more useful is the likes of Keepright which can flag up fixme