You understand how to add data in OpenStreetMap and how to maintain the quality of existing data so that we can contribute better. In this training we want the objects that we mapped in OpenStreetMap to also appear as an article in Wikipedia. Therefore we need to insert some special tags so that later, articles based on mapped objects, can be uniformly displayed and in accordance with applicable rules.
When we want to add special tags in iD Editor we must ensure that we are connected to the Internet. Here are the steps for inserting a tag in iD Editor.
Besides inserting a special tag to the object using iD Editor we can also insert the tags to objects using JOSM. Basically inserting tags in JOSM almost equal to iD Editor. Here are the steps:
OpenStreetMap allows all users to provide as many details as they can about their map. This information can be imprinted on each object using the menu presets available on OSM editor. We often find inconsistencies in the provision of information on various objects. Therefore the presets help standardization and uniformity of data.
Menu Presets are made for these purposes:
By using presets, standardization is enforced for all OSM users that use the standard menu preset when editing the map. One of the advantages of using internal presets that are already available in JOSM is the object visualization will render correctly on the OSM website.
To see standardized features used in JOSM menu presets please visit the following address: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Id:Map_Features
Here are some informations that you should put into this project: