Another option is to download a data extract and use something like “osmium tags-filter” or “osm-tags-transform” to filter the data and create a smaller .osm.pbf file. There are examples of both of those here.
I’m testing your option and I didn’t understand it, I add example, graphically, something simple like open the search window and type (name_value==name:xx_value) and get selected the peak and the tree
Sorry if I have not expressed myself correctly
In a small region (single rural Municipality) the formatting and tagging of churchs, castles, farms (they traditionally have a name), etc. do vary a lot. I tried to harmonize a little by manual edit in the web editor, focusing on historical buildings.
While I have still to inform me and probably discuss here what format/s are the most appropriate, first I would like to know if serial (tabular) viewing and editing of certain places (in JOSM) is available?
P.S.: I do did not use JOSM so far.
I use a small part of the great potential that JOSM has, I probably won’t be of great help to you, but can you give a practical example of what you are looking for? to know if it is better to open a new specific thread.
Maybe you’re looking for something like the TagEditor plugin? https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/JOSM/Plugins/TagEditor