Is there a code for overpass, so that I can find nodes, ways and relations, which are changed after me?

Or a other program, who can do this. A direct search with your Openstreetmap name.

I tried to map/tag as correct as possible. Like to be accurate. Some others, changed it, I like to understand "why", normally it is a improvement, I like to learn from my mistakes or what I could do better.

asked 06 Apr '18, 13:55

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The easiest way to achieve what you want is currently likely to create a RSS feed from https://simon04.dev.openstreetmap.org/whodidit/ for the areas you are interested in.

An alternative might be https://osmcha.mapbox.com/ it doesn't generate an RSS feed, but you can define an area of interest.

You can naturally always simply look at an objects history on openstreetmap.org if you can remember the objects you are interested in.

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answered 09 Apr '18, 07:17

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Thanks, a good tool Whodidit ;-), I was already familiar with it.

It is not so that I want a area of intrest but more like to see where barrier are changed or highway, access tags,search in a group of elements.

Routing is one important use of openstreetmap and access tags are not easy to control.

The translation of access or traffic_sign, is not that easy if there are also undersigns. Easy to make a mistake. Or they do not understand the effect for smaller groups of where they are not so familiar with.

I hoped there where a code for "last but one" search.

(09 Apr '18, 10:03) Allroads
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