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Hi, I've been making some edits to walking routes in my area. Then I've just been looking in the documentation section about long distance walking routes, and in the list of routes, under Pennine Way, it say that it was 100% complete, but that I deleted it. Now, I didn't think I had done that, but it appears that this is so. What is the thing to do about that?

asked 02 Sep '11, 21:34

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Changeset 9177084 seems to be the one. First things first, it should be possible to restore it. I'll check to make sure that no-one else is already on the case and then try reverting that changeset. At a quick glance it looks as if this might be possible because I don't see that anyone else has been there since.

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answered 02 Sep '11, 22:32

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thanks. I looked at the map and it does still seem to be there, so I'm not sure how I can have deleted the whole thing, but thanks anyway.

(02 Sep '11, 22:46) iand109
(02 Sep '11, 22:47) SomeoneElse ♦

... and now it's back again. However, I had to undelete some merged/deleted ways in order to do so, so now I'll tidy those up. probably best if you don't do any editing in that area until I've finished tidying.

(03 Sep '11, 00:13) SomeoneElse ♦

... and that tidying is now complete, I think.

(03 Sep '11, 01:48) SomeoneElse ♦
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