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Not sure if this is the right place to ask about keepright.

I just realized that keepright is reporting lot of errors which are actually not errors. Both keepright site and Keepright in QAT script ( reports these errors.

There are lot of "This highway intersects the highway #nnnnnnn but there is no junction node" errors around my neighbourhood. When I open them in JOSM, I can see that there are junction nodes (

Tagging these as false positive is not a practical as there are large number of such errors being reported. How can I report this issue to the developers?

asked 12 Jun '14, 05:06

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closed 18 Jun '14, 05:01

The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by BlueTiger 18 Jun '14, 05:01

I beleive this was an issue a short while back that was reported on the German forum and cleared itself up once the errors for the area in question were recalulated.

You can reach the maintainer with the e-mail address described at the bottom of (if you can't figure it out you can send me a message via the OSM mail system :-)).

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answered 12 Jun '14, 06:28

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@SimonPoole, Thank you very much for the information.

I think I'll wait few days to see if it get corrected before mailing the maintainer :-)

(12 Jun '14, 10:20) BlueTiger

@SimonPoole, Just checked the neighbourhood in keepright and found that the erroneous data are gone. It is fine now. Thanks again :)

(18 Jun '14, 05:00) BlueTiger

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