Wow … well done for that work! It’s great! this information is very important. I tried to upload it before (you can find the boundries i added of Jordan Valley) but it took me too much time and i finally gave up. Do you think we should limit the boundries of “State of Palestine” (Relation 1703814) http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/1703814 only to A and B areas ?
Moreover, according to the English version of Wikipedia, there is a difference between the Palestinian Authority - the “interim self-government body established to govern Areas A and B of the West Bank and Gaza Strip as a consequence of the 1993 Oslo Accords,” and the State of Palestine “recognized by the United Nations” that “claims sovereignty over the Palestinian territories.”
For anyone who might be interested: here is how I did the import. The procedure should work for any PDF we want to import.
Found the PDF from Btzelem
Opened PDF in Inkscape. Deleted elements I didn’t want. Saved as SVG
Manually edited the SVG to remove more elements I didn’t want. Partly I did this in a normal text editor, partly with a “grep” search for the HTML color codes of unwanted elements. I left the Green Line (1948 border) in the SVG even though I did not want to import it.
Imported SVG to JOSM using the ImportVec plugin. Initially this did not work because there was a raster image in the SVG, I had to delete that. I played with the import scaling until the imported Green Line and existing Green Line overlapped. (This had to be checked in a number of places, because each border was inaccurate in some places.) I also checked some of the internal boundaries (of Area A/B) to see that they matched what I knew.
Deleted my imported Green Line. Better to preserve old data unless you know the new data is better.
Created polygons for Areas A,B,C in JOSM. Area C used the existing Green Line and the newly imported boundaries. This was probably the most time-consuming step. Then uploaded.