There is Lower Bear River Reservoir in California at this location: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=38.5165&lon=-120.2701&zoom=13

But it was deleted some time not long ago. zoom=12 data still has it.

How to figure out who and why deleted it?

asked 16 Oct '12, 17:44

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So I see the offending changeset on this page, changeset: 13197781 by the user jfire. This changeset is very broad, 3000+ nodes are deleted. Comment says "Delete excessively broad imported wood" How to know if this changeset is legitimate? There is no "undo" button on the changeset page. "osmChange XML" containts only <delete> tags for many nodes and can't be imported into merkaartor.

How to revert the change now?

(16 Oct '12, 19:12) zubr
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Unfortunately undoing changes isn't as easy as clicking on a button, but the wiki describes various ways for a rollback. This should be done by a more experienced user.

(16 Oct '12, 19:15) scai ♦

People gain experience by doing things.

I asked jfire about this. Will wait until he replies.

(16 Oct '12, 19:31) zubr

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answered 16 Oct '12, 18:11

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BTW why isn't this functionality linked from the openstreetmap.org? Seems like this would make it much easier to access.

(19 Oct '12, 09:14) zubr
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Because it is not an official service (yet), but something similar to this is listed in the top ten tasks.

(19 Oct '12, 09:17) scai ♦

There is still a node but the reservoir outline (previous version without timeouts :)) has been deleted by jfire in this changeset. Ask him why he deleted the way, could be by mistake.

Also it is better to add all tags from the node to the way and then delete the node as described in the wiki.

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answered 16 Oct '12, 18:53

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edited 16 Oct '12, 18:58

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