the tag type is used  for relation types and the tag source:license is not 
generally used for imports.
What I generally see on  the changesets is the  import=yes tag and a 
descriptive title about this specific import.  The title could contain 
reference such as"Sabioneta UNESCO Heritage site" + specific infos about 
features imported.

    Le dimanche 4 février 2018 06:06:30 HNE, Andrea Musuruane 
<> a écrit :  
   I think you're rushing this import. You sent the email on talk-it just 4 
days ago. You should allow more time to reviewers to examine your proposal.

Your proposal miss some of the parts detailed in the I really suggest you 
to use it as a template and fill the different sections.

There is no link to the original data set.

In the licence section, please add the the Municipality of Sabbioneta has 
agreed to license the data under the ODbL. Do not suppose non Italian speakers 
can read the waiver.

Tagging the changeset with "source=Carta Tecnica Comunale" is not good enough. 
It does not link the data to your import. It would be better to tag it like the 
   -  source=Comune di Sabbioneta
   - source:license=ODbL   

   -  type=import
   -  url=
The source tag is mandatory. I strongly encourage to use the other ones too.

The resulting OSM file has a lot of duplicate nodes and nodes of adjacent 
buildings not connected. You can check them using JOSM validator.
In multi-polygons, there are some tags that are probably a leftover from the 
original dataset: OBJECTID, Entity.
The conflation phase is missing. How do you plan to conflate existing buildings 
and imported ones?
The revert plan is missing.

The QA phase is missing.

I guess you are the only one that will perform this import. Please state it in 
the "Team Approach" section along with your your current OSM username 
(GiorgioL) and import username (GiorgioL-import).

On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 1:51 AM, Giorgio Limonta <> 

I plan to import the buildings from the municipal topographic map of Sabbioneta 
(UNESCO site) that has only few building features in OSM.

Here is the import plan: https://wiki. Sabbioneta.
This import has been discussed on the Italian mailing list.

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