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In Pskov, Russia. It is full of all sorts of nasty things, name-calling, incitement of hostility and so on, it is written in the names of streets, rivers, kindergartens, shopping centers and so on. Do you have moderation or verification? How to fix it and return it as it was? Such inscriptions are all over Russia!!! Inscriptions of an offensive nature. They insult the country and the people living in it.

asked 21 Aug '23, 11:10

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edited 21 Aug '23, 11:21

Hi it`s important 💁

(22 Aug '23, 12:16) klukvik

The problem still exist. OSM - please, solve this problem with agressive naming.

(25 Aug '23, 10:27) storm killer

This is the OSM help site, and an operational issue like this one probably doesn't really fit here.

As you can see from the various threads at, it is being dealt with.

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answered 25 Aug '23, 11:46

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Hi guys we are in Poland and many of our users have no interest in the current conflict between these countries and do not want to participate in any curse communication. They express discontent. Please fix it asap or tell us how to fix automatically downloaded pictures

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answered 22 Aug '23, 09:51

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