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Me bloquearon por restituir unas aguas maritimas españolas ( Ceuta y Melillas ) que se las habian atribuido a Marrueco, cuando esos dos territorios son españoles desde los siglo XV y XVI, y cuando el actual estado de marruecos es de 1956, ¿porque no me dejan poner esas aguas españolas?

asked 26 Sep '17, 16:31

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Juan José T T
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The message was this one - sent as a message that you have to read before continuing mapping. It was done that way because you hadn't reacted to previous messages about your edits.

OpenStreetMap is a collaborative community - we need to work together, especially around things over which there is conflict in the physical world. If you think that a boundary in OpenStreetMap is incorrect I suggest that you discuss it with all communities involved. There are a number of links in that message to help you do that.

A useful document that describes how borders are mapped in OSM is here (pdf).

Andy Townsend (from OSM's Data Working Group)

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answered 26 Sep '17, 16:50

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edited 26 Sep '17, 16:51

Muchas gracias, traduzco el pdf cuanto antes pueda

(26 Sep '17, 17:02) Juan José T T

y disculpa, no me salian los mensages donde estaba acostubrado de anteriores veces.

(26 Sep '17, 17:03) Juan José T T

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