On Feb 12, 2018, at 1:07 PM, Tod Fitch <t...@fitchdesign.com> wrote: > Thank you Steve for that ITO link. I was unaware of that and it really is a > nice tool to see the overall status of the TIGER fixup in an area.
You are welcome, Tod; I'm happy to share what I know. > I used to simply delete the the tiger:reviewed tag. But, based on things I’ve > read either in the mail lists or elsewhere, more recently I’ve been deleting > all the TIGER tags when I’ve surveyed the road and fixed any alignment, etc. > issues. I see on the ITO map that changes the color to black whilst simply > removing the reviewed tag turns it blue. . . Yes, and this makes for an interesting view that Ito map provides, as areas which had roads non-TIGER added (manually or from another dataset/import) do show up as black. For example, some Native American reservations display as all-black in this map, as many areas received no ways with TIGER tagging. > Anyway, what is the current best practice dealing with TIGER tags once the > road has been surveyed and corrected? Remove all TIGER tags or just the > reviewed tag? As I am not familiar with the "things you've read," while also wondering myself whether additional TIGER tags (tiger:cfcc, tiger:zip, etc.) should remain or be deleted, I also pose this question to the greater talk-us community. What DO we do with these additional TIGER tags as we endeavor to "clean up TIGER" in the USA? Is there consensus on a definitive "best practice" for removing or leaving them? (Consensus is clear that we remove tiger:reviewed=no after we've reviewed the way). Our wiki https://wiki.osm.org/wiki/TIGER_fixup is silent on this particular issue (of removing or leaving additional tags). BTW another wiki of ours, https://wiki.osm.org/wiki/TIGER_Edited_Map gives a nice overview/documentation of the Ito map. We might create a new thread or keep it in this one: but even as a seasoned TIGER cleanup volunteer, I don't know what to do with additional TIGER tags, and I guarantee everybody reading this that I'm not alone there! SteveA _______________________________________________ Talk-us mailing list Talkemail@example.com https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-us