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Be able to import all changesets from a user or a single CS

when syncing between two OSM instances we need to be able to import just a single ChangeSet id or all the open ones from a user. We want to be able to see all the non imported ones for one area and review and accept them. We want to be able to also exclude individual ones that have been imported already. A simple web service / form interface could be used for this.

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Need a forum and wiki that encompasses all open map projects

There are many different open map projects (including different databases, database servers, renderers and editors). Currently the forums are fragmented between OSM talk and osm-fork google group. To foster better cooperation, it would be better to have a common forum to discuss general issues. Project specific issues should continue in existing channels. Moderation should be community lead and follow the maximum about ...more »

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add code point open dataset

the Code-Point Open is a postal geography dataset that features a set of geographically referenced points that represent each of the 1.7 million postcode units in Great Britain. The centre of the postcode unit is derived from the precise coordinates of addresses sharing the same postcode unit in Ordnance Survey’s large-scale address database. Licence detail: UK Crown Copyright with data.gov.uk rights; see www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/opendata/licence ...more »

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posting of changesets via irc

the changesets basic data could be broadcast in an irc channel with a special syntax to describe what area is affected, what the contents are, what conflicts occur and a link to the data. this could be subscribed by simple filtering on the channel.

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Local (fast access) Edit server

for remote places, with bad internet connections, we want to have the main server to be local to the users in the internet. Some users might find that the server in london is slow. they will want simple tools to setup and host a local cache and CPU pool that is used in the larger OSM scheme.

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