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I've also encountered bad editions from josm. I don't think iD is at fault, except maybe when some categories are not clear. Couldn't it be that the popularity, especially among inexperienced mappers, has a greater role, than the editor itself, in creating more bad edits than other editors?
@roptat @Doudouosm Not really. First, it's not whether bad edits *exist* but the ratio of those. Second, there is a long list of causes of those problems, many of those are inherent problems of the design of iD. Third, even I, a pretty experienced mapper have fscked up stuff in ID only to be fixable in JOSM, where the problem is actually visible _and_ obvious. I am not sure these iD problems are easily fixable, if at all. 😟
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