On 2017-09-05 21:01, Lukas Sommer wrote:
> It would likely yet help a lot if th editors would simply check if
> - the number does not start with “+”
> - the number (after the starting “+” sign) contains other characters
> then digits, spaces (and maybe dashes).
> This is quite simple and could
I would not be too hard to make a validity checker for any phone:*=* field. By
the wiki  we should be formatting the number per ITU E.123. That requires a
leading “+” and a space delimiter between digits groups. 
More over, all international telephone numbers need to conform to ITU E.164
> and is this tag well used? I am not able to judge whether values are realistic
Well, as in every tag, there are wrong values. But now, with a more clear
description on the wiki, there will be less errors and future corrections will
Anyway all values of
On 6 September 2017 at 02:51, marc marc wrote:
> on the french-speaking mailing, a contributor noticed a high rate
> of incorrect value for the tag "phone". the most common error is using
> the national format number instead of the international format.
(Thankfully nobody has started to actually add embassies to a country's
boundary relation yet. Not that I know of anyway.)
Is it a common practice to add boundary=administrative to embassies?
Does it make sense?
i don't hope so. In germany i know, that the area of an ebassy is NOT
It would likely yet help a lot if th editors would simply check if
- the number does not start with “+”
- the number (after the starting “+” sign) contains other characters
then digits, spaces (and maybe dashes).
This is quite simple and could nevertheless catch yet a lot of issues…
on the french-speaking mailing, a contributor noticed a high rate
of incorrect value for the tag "phone". the most common error is using
the national format number instead of the international format.
A monthly project 'll maybe fix some of those errors.
Some quality tool can help those
On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 11:24 AM, Frederik Ramm wrote:
> Does it make sense?
From what I understand from
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On 04.09.2017 22:01, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> On 4. Sep 2017, at 21:45, José G Moya Y. wrote:
>> In Spanish
a complaint to DWG unearthed the following:
All are embassies in Skopje tagged with "boundary=administrative", one
On 2017-08-30 13:34, Lukas Sommer wrote:
> Voting at
> is open.
The syntax is wrong. It must be :language=
(qualifier to the right).
Example too language:name=bg --> name:language=bg
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