It is very interesting to see the variations in data quality errors in OpenStreetMap per country (Asia Pacific Hub priority countries).
We broke down the type of error per country from OSMOSE and found out some interesting trends.
Like for example, it is noticeable that there are alot of overlapping building errors (~437,652) accounting for the 2nd most common mistake.
As map contributors, we should also put into highest standard the edits we add to OSM. Maybe in the next few months, we can host to bring these errors down.
Furthermore, some types of errors are generally acceptable like “building over agricultural landuse” and local language. Nonetheless, Thankful for Osmose for this powerful tool.