Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

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Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

brycenesbitt
Resubmitting by request of maper Sly:

The edit described at
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mechanical_Edits/Bryce_C_Nesbitt
was modified based on mailing list input, and sits at complete removal of the "cluster" value for denotation, along with a certain fixme value.

The "cluster" value was introduced to mean "non-special tree".  The tag was spread by a hotly disputed and partially reverted bot, and the tag moved from there, finding its way onto a rather random assortment of trees, water towers and sea buoys.  Removing just the bot added tags is not enough to fix the damage caused.

No other values of denotation are at risk.
No human entered fixme values will be harmed.
The edit is proposed worldwide, though the impact is highly "clustered".

Simple typos such as dentoation=clustar may be handled at the same time.
Named trees with denotation=cluster are likely mis-tagged now.

Landmark trees marked cluster will be handled manually when noted.  For example:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3321396264/history

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Re: Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

AlaskaDave
Do it.

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 1:15 AM, Bryce Nesbitt <[hidden email]> wrote:
Resubmitting by request of maper Sly:

The edit described at
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mechanical_Edits/Bryce_C_Nesbitt
was modified based on mailing list input, and sits at complete removal of the "cluster" value for denotation, along with a certain fixme value.

The "cluster" value was introduced to mean "non-special tree".  The tag was spread by a hotly disputed and partially reverted bot, and the tag moved from there, finding its way onto a rather random assortment of trees, water towers and sea buoys.  Removing just the bot added tags is not enough to fix the damage caused.

No other values of denotation are at risk.
No human entered fixme values will be harmed.
The edit is proposed worldwide, though the impact is highly "clustered".

Simple typos such as dentoation=clustar may be handled at the same time.
Named trees with denotation=cluster are likely mis-tagged now.

Landmark trees marked cluster will be handled manually when noted.  For example:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3321396264/history

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Re: Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

Mateusz Konieczny-2
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I am confused by "No human entered fixme values will be harmed." in description and "removing all (...)" in the title.

2015-03-12 19:15 GMT+01:00 Bryce Nesbitt <[hidden email]>:
Resubmitting by request of maper Sly:

The edit described at
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mechanical_Edits/Bryce_C_Nesbitt
was modified based on mailing list input, and sits at complete removal of the "cluster" value for denotation, along with a certain fixme value.

The "cluster" value was introduced to mean "non-special tree".  The tag was spread by a hotly disputed and partially reverted bot, and the tag moved from there, finding its way onto a rather random assortment of trees, water towers and sea buoys.  Removing just the bot added tags is not enough to fix the damage caused.

No other values of denotation are at risk.
No human entered fixme values will be harmed.
The edit is proposed worldwide, though the impact is highly "clustered".

Simple typos such as dentoation=clustar may be handled at the same time.
Named trees with denotation=cluster are likely mis-tagged now.

Landmark trees marked cluster will be handled manually when noted.  For example:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3321396264/history

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Re: [Imports] Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

brycenesbitt
On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:41 AM, Mateusz Konieczny <[hidden email]> wrote:
I am confused by "No human entered fixme values will be harmed." in description and "removing all (...)" in the title.

The "fixme" tags added by the tree bot are proposed for bulk deletion without additional review.
Other "fixme" notes added by humans will either be resolved in the normal manner, or left untouched.

"Removing all" means the given tag/value will be purged from the OSM dataset.  Gone.  Wiped out. Exterminated.  Removed. Deleted.  Trashed.  Never more to see the light of day.   Pining for fjords.

For example the value denotation_1=cluster is proposed for deletion from:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3029914468/history

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Re: Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

brycenesbitt
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Final call for comments on this, please.

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:11 AM, Dave Swarthout <[hidden email]> wrote:
Do it.

On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 1:15 AM, Bryce Nesbitt <[hidden email]> wrote:
Resubmitting by request of maper Sly:

The edit described at
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Mechanical_Edits/Bryce_C_Nesbitt
was modified based on mailing list input, and sits at complete removal of the "cluster" value for denotation, along with a certain fixme value.

The "cluster" value was introduced to mean "non-special tree".  The tag was spread by a hotly disputed and partially reverted bot, and the tag moved from there, finding its way onto a rather random assortment of trees, water towers and sea buoys.  Removing just the bot added tags is not enough to fix the damage caused.

No other values of denotation are at risk.
No human entered fixme values will be harmed.
The edit is proposed worldwide, though the impact is highly "clustered".

Simple typos such as dentoation=clustar may be handled at the same time.
Named trees with denotation=cluster are likely mis-tagged now.

Landmark trees marked cluster will be handled manually when noted.  For example:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/3321396264/history

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Re: Resubmitted proposal: mechanically removing all denotation=cluster and fixme=set_better_denotation tags worldwide

brycenesbitt
The mechanical edit has completed.

If you have a favorite landmark tree in your area, consider checking the tagging.
A number of those were tagged denotation=cluster and historic=yes, tags with essentially opposite meaning.


Minor cleanup remains, along with oddities:

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