Rigi03 previously changed a number of cycleways, tracks, and bridleways to highway=footway in Woking and around Frith Hill. I assumed this was a mistake (see https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/60287/see-only-ways-edited-by-both-of-two-users) so I manually reversed a number of the changes myself, then visited the sites in November to check some of the details I was unsure of. I also contacted them at the time, but received no reply.

Rigi03 has now changed a load of highways again, including a number where I was the last editor, including ones that I fixed last week - see https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/54335610 and https://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/54335680

Can I request that:- 1. A request goes to the user to review previous comments 2. Can someone revert the two changesets that I mentioned as the changes just look like vandalism. I don't have time to revert them myself, or to go through manually and repeat the changes that I made last week.

asked 04 Dec, 19:36

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Generally the advice would be to have a look at the "I've seen a problem; what should I do?" section of this page, but it sounds like this has already got to the point where the DWG could do to be involved, so I'd just drop a mail to data@osmfoundation.org and someone will pick it up.

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answered 04 Dec, 19:40

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Thanks - I'll do that. I did receive some replies as private messgaes, but they don't make much sense.

(04 Dec, 19:50) jpennycook
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