Thank you for the bug report on bulk_upload.py made to the wiki, I will take a look at the patch and apply in due course. --Thomas Wood 13:49, 26 August 2009 (UTC)
NHD Import in Colorado
There's some curious data here... Take, for example, at lat=39.07193&lon=-108.59482&zoom=16 there's a "Connecticut lake" which I know hasn't existed for many, many years. It must predate some of the gravel mining done in the area, and is likely to be >30 years old. (I grew up only a few miles away from this location, and am working on updating the hometown map. Relatively new to osm) -- Riddochc 01:07, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
CodePoint fields info
Hope you don't mind I've thinned down the information you put at Ordnance Survey Opendata#Code-Point Open, and instead placed it on the data.gov.uk wiki. Maybe a better place for it I suppose. Could do some more restructuring along those lines.
Muki's blog post may be of interest to you.
-- Harry Wood 12:50, 2 July 2010 (UTC)
- Yeah, no problem. It was precisely the issue that Muki raises which is why I shoved it in the wiki. Of course I should have written an elegantly argued blog entry. The whole OS OpenData page could really do with being split with subpages for each distinct data source. I'm not sure we have a good entry on projections which I think is important, and we dont have anything in the import catalogue either. SK53 19:04, 2 July 2010 (UTC)
Done --EdLoach 10:58, 19 July 2010 (UTC)
Please, move the page back to proposal namespace as that's the proper place for unapproved tags with low usage. Thanks --Skyper 19:01, 4 July 2013 (UTC)
Dear Skyper. I do not recognise the 'approval' process. I believe the wiki is for documenting tags as used. I do not propose to move this page back and will treat other attempts to move it as vandalism! SK53 (talk) 19:34, 4 July 2013 (UTC)
- That is not the way we communicate and also not the way how we handle pages about unapproved tags with only low numbers in usage. Please, move it back. --Skyper 19:55, 4 July 2013 (UTC)
thanks for your connection
translating OSM wiki is really hard specially for RTL languages. Is there any WYSIWYG editor for translating? and how can I add Persian "Image of the Week", "News" and "meta info" templates?
Take a break? ;-)
SPECIALTY not speciality
Hi SK53, since it caused confusion again, recently, could you please leave a comment at Talk:Proposed_features/Healthcare_2.0#Word_for_particular_areas_is_SPECIALTY_not_speciality mentioning that "SPECIALTY" (not "speciality") is the right word also in British English? ... if that *is* the case - I guess you are UK-based. Cheers --Aseerel4c26 (talk) 12:23, 10 January 2016 (UTC)
which tags do you propose for mapping feedlots? I'm asking you, because you've written Key:farming_system.
Not very relevant: that was merely documenting a tag which I came across in editing using wikipedia and some talk messages. I did follow the feedlot discussion and from what I remember did not like the final decision. SK53 (talk) 18:30, 6 May 2017 (UTC)
Using "landuse=village_green" in Spain
Hi, SK53! The Spanish OSM Community is talking about using the landuse=village_green. We would like to ask you about this wiki page revision: "In Spain the tag has been used consensually to map Paseos". What is the source of this information? Thank you! --Daniel Capilla (talk) 19:50, 22 May 2017 (UTC)
Just saw your tag of https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:leisure%3Dshooting_ground.
Wondering if it would be better named as either =shooting_range, or firing=range?
- No, these are quite distinct from both those categories, which is why a distinct tag is need to map them. A shooting ground may (like Bisley) include ranges for rifle or pistol shooting, but the majority of the ones I've tagged are for 'sporting clays' which is a very different discipline involving completely different layout and terrain. Similarly they'll also have standard static shooting at clays, which can be mapped using leisure=pitch (although I'm not entirely happy with this, I think pitches shouldn't intrinsically include the possibility of getting shot). Shooting grounds are destination locations, used for days out by shooters, but also often corporate groups, and therefore will also include other facilities such as cafe/restaurant and a shop. In the UK there appear to be around a few hundred, so on a world scale there are probably a few thousand, which justifies it as a basic tag. Shooting range is itself slightly problematical because the major usage is likely to be in indoor ranges in the States, whereas for instance in Switzerland the major usage is outdoor rifle-only ranges (because adult males are required by law to maintain proficiency at rifle shooting), and the difference is quite significant. In the UK we now have next to no indoor ranges since the Dunblane shooting, and I noticed last week that the local rifle range is now a gravel quarry. SK53 (talk) 10:55, 28 November 2019 (UTC)