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Do you think I should breathe a little and leave OSM for a while?

asked 14 Aug '12, 12:01

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Do you really dream of the OSM data? Nice question :-)

I should admit that I dream of my surveys (done and to do), of the data coverage in the area I know, of new applications that can be done with OSM, and naturally of a quasi-complete database :-)

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answered 14 Aug '12, 12:44

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I guess this is a good chance to gain some points at the self test: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_purity_self-test

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answered 19 Dec '14, 16:40

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Depends on whether imports were involved or not ;)

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answered 16 Dec '14, 10:08

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The Willamette Valley TIGER cleanup in Oregon was quite the mess.

(17 Dec '14, 01:42) Paul Johnson

Well the question is: was it a nightmare or not?

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answered 16 Dec '14, 10:02

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It depends. If it was with Potlatch2 or iD, then you should see a doctor. If it was with JOSM, then it's bearable.

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answered 16 Dec '14, 13:20

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With Potlatch2, not a nightmare ;-)

(16 Dec '14, 14:51) gerdami

Heh, I guess if you hate tool modality and being able to work in layers.

(17 Dec '14, 01:43) Paul Johnson

This is what got me starting to try to get paid to do this sort of thing.

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answered 17 Dec '14, 01:43

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Getting paid for dreaming? Sounds good, where can I apply?

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