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I am using government public record to complete 20kV electric distribution grid routing. I realized after a while that on the record telecommunication line layer was enabled instead of electricity line layer. I would like to revert all my changeset done on the 9th of September 2019. But I have trouble with Potlatch. Where is the revert button on the history pop-up? Please help me so this can be a clean revert before anybody else modify there something!

KR: Loengrin20010

asked 10 Sep '19, 07:46

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Potlatch (2) doesn't have a revert function. If you don't want to do it yourself with JOSM, we can probably arrange for somebody to do the work for you, please provide a list of all the relevant changesets.

Further I had a look at the source you were using, there is no indication that this is admissible for use in OpenStreetMap and before you proceed with any further entry of data you need to go through the relevant steps in https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines

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answered 10 Sep '19, 10:26

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edited 10 Sep '19, 10:30

Hello Simon,

I will provide the list and ask permission according the guideline. This government agency using OpenStreetMap as default application but I will try to get letter of permission as required in the guidlines.

I will also provide soon the changeset numbers. Thank you for the info!



(10 Sep '19, 14:59) Loengrin200010

Ok, the changesets need to be reverted are:






These are all made on the 9th of September 2019 and power line relevant. Please let me know if I can assist in any way to make this happen. KR: Lorant

(11 Sep '19, 10:01) Loengrin200010

Hello Simon!

Thank you very much! KR: Lorant

(11 Sep '19, 11:13) Loengrin200010
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