Hi,

New To OSM Mapping (relatively) I started a little project to correctly map National Parks in Ireland. However I believe I'm tagging them wrong...

https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7508533 https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/7524383

Thought it was a delay in rendering on the Tile Server, however, they've disappeared. Before I continue would appreciate advice on how to fix these... Thanks

asked 31 Aug '17, 12:42

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I'm not sure I would add leisure=nature_reserve to it though. Yes it's a protected area but without the more stringent protections associated with nature reserves.

(31 Aug '17, 19:18) SK53 ♦

Also there are nature reserves such as Blue Pool within the NP

(31 Aug '17, 19:20) SK53 ♦

Your relations are not complete. Here is Killarney NP on OSM Relation Analyser: http://ra.osmsurround.org/analyzeMap?relationId=7508533

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answered 31 Aug '17, 19:19

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Ok, That's a Start as I can see a few errors alright in Killarney, Glenveagh is far more complex as there are a number of disconnected areas in the National Park now.

(01 Sep '17, 09:37) Stabilo_boss

If you use Josm you will find the relation editor will pick most of these problems out very simply.

(01 Sep '17, 09:58) nevw

I seem to have an issue with Nodes with no tags. e.g. http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3058674907 http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4254730815

This is puzzling me as the nodes themselves are the end of a line or area and probably should not be there, but I've no idea how to edit them out.

(01 Sep '17, 12:30) Stabilo_boss
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