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Faild Reverts

Posted by ferdinand on 9 February 2019 in English (English)

One of TCC last Revers of Vandalisem apparently faild or Buged out this resulted in the Creation of Many Nodes without any attribute if you look Closely you can estimate that these were Highways Exampel Picture

For Now i put these nodes in a Relation to Keep track of them Link

Please Reply if you have any more Infos.

Comment from ferdinand on 9 February 2019 at 19:52

Side note i also Informed the Team responsibel for the Plugin

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Comment from ferdinand on 9 February 2019 at 20:20

The Relation is only temporari but i get what you mean

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Comment from Luciano on 9 February 2019 at 20:21

That region is a complete mess.

It was already a mess before the attempted reverts, and clearly something went wrong. But I'd imagine (without checking) that the problem was that the revert was done on an "unclean" data set (meaning other edits had been done to the area since the changeset involved in the revert). Who knows?

Grouping the lost nodes into a relation is just making the mess worse, however.

Everything in Commonia is "sandbox" anyway. I'd delete nodes without a second thought. They look like they were just another motorway. There's not shortage of motorways, nor is there a shortage of people who will draw new ones.

If I wanted to waste my time on it, I'd go in and blank the whole region, and that would solve the data integrity problems.

Happy mapping.

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Comment from ferdinand on 9 February 2019 at 20:39

So it's sounds like its easier and better to just delete them

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Comment from ferdinand on 9 February 2019 at 21:21

So i just got Conformation from Tcc Edit coming soon

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