The adjustments/updates I’ve made in OSM since last week are now displaying in CS.
I hope it also updates cities with ‘person’ running in them, since I’m out here alone in a rural area striding and updating OSM - for example https://citystrides.com/users/15559/cities/187144
Yeah, we have another thread on the two topics (incorrect street count & percentage not updated) here: No longer at 100% since new update
It’s possible that there is some issue with marking streets as complete as well
The current count of active cities is 58,784 … So roughly 49 days?
@JamesChevalier Is there any way to estimate where a particular city might be in that 58K city queue? Maybe something on the status page with a rough idea which city, or city ID, is being processed [assuming city ID is the order]?
Thanks and kudos!
That would be nice. Maybe just show the date of the oldest updated city date? In my city list I have one from 12th Oct 2020
My city was updated! Precentage of completion dropped one percent. Hurray for updated maps!
Hi @bas, do you remember what the date of the previous update was?
I think it was October 16th
Newton, MA just updated. Prior to the update I was at 100% completed. Now it says I’m at 97.84% but it still shows 0 incomplete streets. Also, the total street numbers don’t match, but I know that’s pretty much an issue with other cities. I have some other issues in other cities with nodes for a street being all green and not being in the completed column, but I’m waiting for all the cities in my area to update before I list them here in the forums.
@JamesChevalier Looks like changes in city boundaries are not being updated with this process. How can we get them in?
In Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos, California - CityStrides) there was an unincorporated area (near the word Shannon in the map) that is now part of the city. I updated OSM to that effect and removed it, those streets should now be part of the city.
That’s a cool idea: Update history.
My city was updated today, 99 days since the last update. Bas’ city was 98 days, so that seems a decent approximation for anyone still waiting…
@8f7162110d9eeaf907ab Hey, that’s very encouraging. 98 days since Keller was updated last. I now have hope. Thank you for sharing this! Cities near me, have already updated, but I’ve no idea on what order cities are processed.
The background map for Nashville, TN is updating when I change OSM, but the GPS nodes aren’t.
Last update says November 1st and I think that’s accurate for the nodes, but the map has refreshed to show changes I made two weeks ago.
Alleys that no longer exist show nodes in the middle of blank space: 2034 Alley in Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee - CityStrides
I think this has been answered here Street names not in CityStrides db, but are on the CS map? basically the drawn map uses a different API and is independent of the CS database of nodes that update periodically
Thanks! Really appreciate the info
Yahoo! Keller has updated, today, and I am now officially 0 incomplete!
I guess the percentage still needs to be recalculated. I did notice that Keller now has 999 streets, and I have completed 984. I seem to recall reading something about this…
I did notice one weird thing. I only checked the 10 streets, in Keller, with the 0-node problem. But on each one, via a search from the city page, when I clicked “Go”, it opened the street page zoomed way out… As in the street appeared as a single node, not quite in the middle of the page. Zooming, and panning a bit, and everything looked great.
[Edit] Maybe the “weird thing” has something to do with the new Mapbox code?No that doesn’t make any sense, as I now recall Mapbox is strictly for the map (imagery), not streets (which come from OSM).
(Sorry if this info is elsewhere).
Are City updates still occurring? Frankfurt was updated and added ~170 streets (mostly trails). When I use the overpass-turbo query, those paths appear to have been removed again. Wondering if another update will remove them or if they are here to stay.
Looks like I was using the older query to check my edits while the debate rages on. Glad to see them kept in.