I use this Overpass query to create a Maproulette challenge:

[timeout:50];
(
    node[shop](area:3600114938);
);
out body geom qt;

It outputs valid nodes and in the "tasks"-section of my challenge, in the table I see lots of entries like this

ID     Priority Name    ...     Location                             Status Actions
2418504 High    360298302       Some({"type":"Point","coordinates":[5.3182887,60.3855342]}) Created

But when I view the task I get this red errorbox with the error

 KO : ColumnName(.location,Some(location))

or

Invalid geometry supplied for task.

depending on where I "view" it from.

Any idea why these geometries are invalid? What do I have to do to get this working?

asked 11 Jul, 18:01

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FredrikLindseth
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Hey! MapRoulette maintainer here. Did you wait for your challenge to complete building? Its status will change to 'complete' in your challenge list. I can't think of another issue right away, I actually tried a similar (test) challenge for my area just now and it works fine:

node[shop](area:3600198770);
out body geom qt;
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answered 11 Jul, 20:43

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mvexel
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Very strange. I waited until the status showed "complete" and I tried rebuilding. This is the task if you somehow have access to it http://maproulette.org/ui/admin/list/1023/Challenge/tasks/2653 or this to view the tasks http://maproulette.org/view/2653

(12 Jul, 14:37) FredrikLindseth
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