I have renamed a park (http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=50.964052&lon=6.965101&zoom=18&layers=M) but the new name is not displayed. How can I enforce an update of the tile cache?

asked 12 Jul '12, 10:30

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You will need to wait until the rendering server catches up with your changes first, then follow the instructions about adding /dirty in the answer to this earlier question.

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answered 12 Jul '12, 10:39

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The map tiles re-generation is stoped currently. Watch the 'tile service' status on this wiki: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Platform_Status

(12 Jul '12, 13:02) Pieren

... and it's working now. Also, you can take "designation" off as that's about the "legal classification" rather than the "name".

For example, a number of footpaths in England and Wales (but not all) have a legal status of "Public Footpath" and that's what therefore get marked with an appropriate "designation" tag. It's not intended to be used for "name", "description" or "note".

(12 Jul '12, 13:44) SomeoneElse ♦
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