You're making a lot of edits with a source of "inspiration"- is that your only source?
yes, it is!! i have very much experience in fixing boundaries. 95% are just correcting edit-error of other mappers done some hours ago. they damaged boundaries with iD, by changing Streets, deleting "unknown" red lines and so on.
I don't have local knowledge nor additional material like wikipedia or other maps. i "know" whats gone wrong. Sometimes i do a partial revert or restore a missingh line.
that all is "Inspiration".
if you like look at http://osm.wno-edv-service.de:82/index.php/projekte/internationale-administrative-grenzen/missing-boundaries which has one report per night and a table to see and fix damaged boundaries.
@emacsen: I strongly suggest you to read my posting at the German forum (it contains an English translation) and answer it THERE. http://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewtopic.php?pid=487690#p487690
@Nankaner - I can assure you that both SomeoneElse and woodpeck were consulted before the 0-hour block was placed.
Wambacher is the german "specialist" for borders. He has a running thread in the forum which discusses border fixes and he produced quite some tools. I would trust his edits, though they should have a more serious source comment.
boundary map: https://osm.wno-edv-service.de/boundaries/
The issue is that the changesets don't mention this- they just say "inspiration :)" as a source. National boundaries are sensitive objects and people can be upset when they're modified. The issue is (as it always has been) that if there's a process to correct them that it should be explained on the relevant changesets.
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