Glen, thank you for the heads up! Boundaries are great to have, but I'll
also look into the affected changesets, and reach out to the contributor

Are you still in Pangasinan? Stay healthy and safe.

/erwin

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On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 2:21 PM Glen Scott <pave...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi PH mapping folks,
> I was just in a boring online meeting and had a chance to look at OSM
> (been too busy to get to it for a while).  I noticed Barangay borders have
> been added to Alaminos (and between Alaminos and other Pangasinan cities),
> yet these are radically different to either Alaminos Town Hall maps or the
> Cadastal survey map set I got from DENR.
>
> The borders were added by VMPanes, I'll try to contact VMPanes to
> establish the basis of the borders. I think that no borders is better than
> incorrect borders, unfortunately I haven't had the time to stitch the
> cadastral set together in electronic format to arrive at a more accurate
> border than the Alaminos City Hall map, which is at quite a small scale.
>
> Cheers
> Glen
>
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