i think we should rethink the role of trunk roads, now that most of the primary national network has been upgraded into motorways..my proposal is to include roads like Thermopyles - Antirrio, Larisa - Trikala etc as link roads to motorways, along with major urban avenues and roads already tagged as trunk.
keeping the main wiki page light
i really dont understand what is the point of this new administrative divisions table:
-every region/regional unit/municipality is just below, complete with relations etc
-prefectures were abolished, there is no reason to mention them
-the links to former prefectures are empty, there is absolutely no reason to make articles about them
- It follows the navigation links while merging existing articles and sorting all.
- For now the table is a helper to not forget what and how things are structured. — Verdy_p (talk) 14:01, 16 March 2018 (UTC)
could someone help finishing the wiki? i m afraid i dont have the time to do it by myself
the main task is to add the relation link to each provincial road, you can find them in osm relation analyzer, just fill in the network with GR:provincial:03 (in this example 03 is voiotia)
what is the point of splitting motorway relations?? --JayCBR
The point is, that User:Map-Finder insist in mapping the toll-booth areas as one two-way street. This requires putting those ways into the relation twice - one per direction. Because this is not possible anymore, one has to split the relation into the two directions. But it has also other advantages. It is more easy to manage to load and to check due to less and mor relevant changesets. --Greecemapper
Removing "WikiProject" prefix
The name of the pages related to the Greece mapping project would be "Greece" (name of place) instead of "WikiProject Greece", as recommended by the wiki conventions. It is a change that I have already made in United States, Canada, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, India, Russia, Portugal, Brazil and all Spanish-speaking countries (and more).