I know I am automagically subscribed to all changeset discussions as soon as I add a comment to one.

But is there a link similar to http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/<my_account_name> -> "My notes" so that I can see a list of all changesets that I chose to comment on?

My reason to ask for that: I am pretty sure I asked other users via a changeset comment about problematic tags etc. but as long as the original "owner" of that changeset (or somenone else who stumbles over the same changeset) doesn't add a comment him/herself I'll never get a message containing the changeset ID. And I didn't track my changeset comments...

asked 14 Dec '15, 17:06

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edited 14 Dec '15, 17:08

Thanks for the answers, seems as if I also need to make notes about my changeset discussions as long as that issue isn't solved.

(14 Dec '15, 17:34) zarl

This issue #842 on github is still open, feature is not implemented yet:

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answered 14 Dec '15, 17:22

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Unfortunately, I don't think that there is a way to do this "within the osm.org site" currently. I keep track of where I've commented via a local text file...

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answered 14 Dec '15, 17:15

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similarly to SomeoneElse: add the changesets as bookmarks in your browser and prepend a date to the bookmark's name when you think you should revisit this changeset (e.g. somehow a dead line before you write a osm mail or something). By the way: note that we still have no in-band notification of changeset comments to own changesets - this is just by email. If you do not check the email account you will never know that someone commented. Keep this in mind.

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