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Frederik Ramm is wondering about the territorial waters of Gibraltar and asks for help.
User Warin asks on the tagging list, whether it is better to define temperature = ° C as a standard unit (similarly, width=*, in which meters is the standard unit) or whether the standard unit should vary regionally (°F in USA, °C in Europe).
Nick Whitelegg wants to climb Parnassus (Παρνασσός, 2455 m according to Wikipedia) in July. This is different to Olympus (Όλυμπος, 2918 m according to Wikipedia), which mapped much worse. He asks for anyone who would like to accompany him when mapping on the 19th or 20th of July to contact him.
Simon Poole has once again counted addresses all over the world, in the US and in Germany.
Mark Bradley tested the import of some data of buildings and addresses in Indianapolis. There was some criticism of this afterwards.
In 2010, in Peoria County, Illinois, buildings and vegetation data were imported. User bdiscoe has tried to repair this broken Import; others say in the comments that the import should be deleted.
In the USA, 96 percent of the addresses are currently missing. User omnific speaks in his diary in favour of importing the missing addresses from the TIGER data sets. Several commentators see it differently.
Dermot McNally published on OSMF talk a draft for “OpenStreetMap values” and asks for feedback. It was suggested to lead the debate on a larger scale with the community.
The agenda for the Annual General Meeting of the Swiss OpenStreetMap Association on April 18 in Nidau was published.