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Fix Lima #43

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lxbarth opened this Issue May 2, 2012 · 5 comments

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lxbarth commented May 2, 2012

In and around Lima, there are a series of areas where streets are disconnected. I wonder whether this is a result of the license cleanup. Not sure.

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lxbarth commented May 2, 2012

Just posted on talk and on diary and sent an email to user Telecom IP who is the creator of much of these streets to get more context.

As discussed on IM, let's focus on fixing the areas where streets line up with Bing imagery, let's capture screenshots of those areas with streets that don't coincide.

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lxbarth commented May 2, 2012

There are three types of disconnected streets:

  1. those that simply appear to be garbage, completely different from Bing imagery, often with an 'S/N' name.
  2. those that somewhat match with imagery, but are typically offset like these https://skitch.com/alexbarth/8aprx/java-openstreetmap-editor
  3. those that match fine

Let's focus on (3) for now and repair those areas in which they appear. @ianshward will be in Lima next week, he will be able to get us a reference point from the ground for category (2) areas. For category (1) streets (those that appear to be garbage) let's give Telecom IP a week, otherwise we may just remove those streets.

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lxbarth commented May 21, 2012

@Rub21 - Let's also remove the "S/N" street names wherever possible.

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Rub21 commented Jun 8, 2012

this map shows all the places that were fixed and cleaned up the garbage that existed in Lima.

http://tiles.mapbox.com/villeda/map/map-dxav2bfz

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@lxbarth lxbarth closed this Jun 13, 2012

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lxbarth commented Jun 13, 2012

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Wow, nice work! Let's close here then.

nerik added a commit to nerik/mapping that referenced this issue Oct 19, 2015

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