Most of my "nearby users" have "no edits", or last edits long ago.

I would like to see only users with some recent activity, e.g. at least 1 edit in the last week / month.

How can I change the way this part of the profile-page is displayed ?
If there is no such option yet, where should a feature-request go ?

asked 02 Dec '13, 01:59

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You might find Pascal Neis' "Who's around me" site useful - you can filter by the number of edits that nearby mappers have made.

(02 Dec '13, 02:21) SomeoneElse ♦

(I think we have a very similar question here already, but I cannot find it now.)

As far as I know you cannot customize. bug reports / feature requests should go to our trac system (you can login with your www.osm.org account), but be aware that your suggestion could be just closed/denied. Lists: All open website bugs, all user_location bugs … and here is the one you are asking for: suppress inactive users "near you".

Instead use the other, better tools mentioned at wiki page about this feature.

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answered 02 Dec '13, 02:29

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edited 02 Dec '13, 02:32

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See also this recent discusion on the talk mailinglist. We know the functionality isn't great currently; we just haven't designed/implemented a good replacement yet.

(02 Dec '13, 23:03) Vincent de P... ♦
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