Work and current projects
I've started to collect nice places and excellent examples of mapping in OGF in my list of featured objects. If you know some more places, don't hesitate to add your nomination there!
To use this wiki more efficiently I've added several templates, some of them are special Mergany-related templates, overpass query templates or WAAT-related templates. Don't hesitate to use them if they seem to be helpful, but, please contact me before changing them. Also feel free to collaborate on my wiki pages.
A very important tool to check quality of mapping is the Overpass API. Since handling queries is sometimes cumbersome there are templates for overpass queries. In addition I've linked standard overpass queries and overpass queries for Mergany.
My first country Mergany is located in Eastern Uletha. Mergany is a highly developed nation exhibiting one of the world's largest economies in the sector of high technology. If you like to see industrial areas you are welcome there!
Current map data in UL24i: 2391989 nodes + 728462 ways + 195 relations = 3120646 in total
The second country - Viljanni - is also located in Eastern Uletha. It's a small and sovereign city-state and might be one of the capital cities of the Eastern Ulethan Organisation of Independent Allies. Therefore, it is a collaborative project.
Current map data in UL24k: 3632635 nodes + 478100 ways + 92 relations = 4110827 in total
Eastern Ulethan Organisation of Independent Allies
As you might have observed, the Eastern Ulethan Organisation of Independent Allies (EUOIA) is one of the most prospering multinational organizations of the world. Its further development is still a huge and complex task. I'm responsible for the establishment of its economic alliance, the Eastern Ulethan Economic Community (EUEC).
Federal States contributions
At the moment this section is a stub and will be expanded hopefully soon. All Mergany-related articles will be edited and expanded by the corresponding territory's owner. If you have any ideas about it, feel free to participate and edit this section. However, please respect other people's previous work - if you want to change already-developed ideas, contact the author. A stub is an article that, although sometimes providing more or less useful information, is too short to provide OGF encyclopedic coverage of a subject, and that is capable of expansion. Also non-article pages, such as disambiguation pages, lists, categories, templates, talk pages, and redirects, can be regarded as stubs. Due to the lack of time, some stub articles have little verifiable information, but its subject has an apparent notability. Stub articles and sections are very important to the life of a wiki. Adding a topic might inspire another community member to add to it, and eventually the topic has enough content to be valuable to the community. Stub pages help show the progressive nature of the wiki. Sizable articles are usually not considered stubs, even if they have significant problems or are noticeably incomplete. Over the years, different editors have followed different rules of thumb to help them decide when an article is likely to be a stub. Editors may decide that an article with more than ten sentences is too big to be a stub, or that the threshold for another article may be 250 words. Others follow other standards of e.g. 1 500 characters in the main text. There is no set size at which an article stops being a stub. While very short articles are very likely to be stubs, there are some subjects about which very little can be written. Conversely, there are subjects about which a lot could be written, and their articles may still be stubs even if they are a few paragraphs long. As such, it is impossible to state whether an article is a stub based solely on its length, and any decision on the article has to come down to an editor's best judgement (the user essay on the Croughton-London rule may be of use when trying to judge whether an article is a stub). Similarly, stub status usually depends on the length of prose text alone – lists, templates, images, and other such peripheral parts of an article are usually not considered when judging whether an article is a stub. So let me conclude, this section will be expanded soon.
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On other territories
Some of my edits are outside of my territory (of course I have asked for permission or have been invited). You can see some notable examples in this table:
|Notable places in foreign territories|