I see various types of graphical history watching services by area (like OWL), but what about simple RSS/Atom feeds for history of objects - nodes, ways, but mainly large objects like relations. Seems like I am unable to watch large administrative border or a long river now without other map objects being included within my watch...

asked 14 Sep '11, 16:52

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No, there's no feed for this kind of thing.

It's slightly doubtful how useful it would be to follow an individual OSM primitive though, since they are often split, merged, deleted and/or replaced. A more flexible system - such as a filtered version of OWL - would work much better.

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answered 14 Sep '11, 19:21

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