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100% Yet?

Posted by sdoerr on 19 March 2011 in English (English)

I won't know for a couple of days, but I *think* I *may* have done enough today to bring Gravesham to the magical 100% mark. Fingers crossed!

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Steve

Location: Durndale, Northfleet, Kent, South East, England, United Kingdom

Comment from Komяpa on 19 March 2011 at 17:51

100%? mapped all the trees, fences, playgrounds, bars, ... ?

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Comment from sdoerr on 19 March 2011 at 19:26

LOL. I'm taking the name 'Open Street Map' literally ;-)

Steve

PS: How do I read your name? Is it Komyapa, Kotyara, or something else?

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Comment from paulbiv on 20 March 2011 at 10:33

There's still a few on musical chairs - some where OS locator has Aveune not Avenue, plus A road refs and a couple where the road is composed of several ways.

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Comment from sdoerr on 20 March 2011 at 15:37

Yes, I've put not:name tags on the OSM ways that correspond to the AVEUNE names in Locator. That means we consider the Locator name to be wrong (which it clearly is in these cases!) and ITO obligingly treats it as a match rather than a discrepancy. Musical Chairs doesn't take account of not:name (which was invented by ITO, I believe). Judicious use of al_name also helps.

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