Midpeninsula Open Space preserve owns and manages open space in the bay area. has given explicit permission to to upload area boundaries of all parks managed/owned by MROSD Also permission for trail data was given
MROSD's PreservesOpen_PermitOnly_andClosed layer appears to be a subset of CASIL's CPAD_Units_Fee_Aug09 (probably Holdings as well, as the preserves are presumably single holdings) with some minor alignment changes (CPAD appears to be slightly better, with space for roads between parcels).
upload of area boundaries done. common tags used for all areas
admin_level=9 attribution=MROSD boundary=national_park leisure=common mrosd:version = 2008.11.20.MROSD_GIS.zip park:type=open_space_preserve source=http://openspace.org
preparing trails, shape2osm conversion done, closed gaps, removed duplicate nodes data needs manual merge with existing data and cleanup. trails are only partially connected. to avoid cluttering the maps name tag and highway tags use undefined values. thes should be changed when cleanup is done
mrosd:highway=path mrosd:version=2008.11.20.MROSD_GIS.zip source=http://openspace.org FIXME=details at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php?title=California/MROSD access=permissive attribution=MROSD mrosd:preserve=<MROSD preserve name> foot=yes
mrosd:name=<Name> mrosd:name_2=<Name> mrosd:name_3=<Name> horse=yes/no bicycle=yes/no mrosd:point_of_interest
1) extract open areas from shape file in Qgis
2) convert shape file with java version of Shp2osm and add some tags with a perl script. areas with holes or > 200nodes are created as multipolygon relations by shp2osm automatically.
3) upload with JOSM and merge with existing data