Please, find a link to an archive with my code, inputs and resulting “open_in_JOSM_and_upload.osm”-file below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14ECmeyQN8HMrITfcsa3Nw3BfAv8Fi687/view?usp=sharing
Despite the name of the resulting file – “open_in_JOSM_and_upload.osm” – this file has attribute [upload=’never’] which should prevent accidental upload of it. But, just in case, let me make it explicit: THE FILE “open_in_JOSM_and_upload.osm” IS PRODUCED ONLY FOR REVIEW BY OSM COMMUNITY, IT MAY CONTAIN SERIOUS ERRORS, PLEASE, DO NOT UPLOAD IT!
The archive also includes a README .pdf-file that describes in simple language my approach to matching address points with OSM buildings.
The script file, “import_sf_addresses.py”, should run in a standalone mode (like “python3 import_sf_addresses.py”) if you have all required libraries installed, but I ran it step-by-step.
Should you have any questions, I’d be happy to reply. Looking forward to receiving your feedback!
With kind regards, Yury Yatsynovich
Comment from Sanderd17 on 26 June 2020 at 07:03
Just a note, for anyone wanting to import anything, the import guidelines should always be met.