[Tagging] tagging single trees
tom at acrewoods.net
Sat Sep 11 09:22:10 BST 2010
Throwing my hat in like a true masochist...
I have added perhaps 100 trees - urban/rural, in 'clusters' and on streets
where I would not say there is a cluster but where they are closer than 50m.
I am also interested in an import from my local council.
The wiki is clearly ambiguous and not followed consistently - if at all - by
Either resolution will therefore impose a new unambiguous definition on a
large proportion of nodes entered by many mappers. This is unavoidable.
The only course of action is to propose one or more unambiguous definitions
on the wiki, explaining their retroactive effect, and to put those to a
Further emails arguing one way.or another will clearly fail to bring about
On 11 Sep 2010 08:51, "Pierre-Alain Dorange" <pdorange at mac.com> wrote:
NopMap <ekkehart at gmx.de> wrote:
> Yes, you missed something.
I think you also miss lot of things.
Reply you got were mostly sarcastic and it's a vague discussion in an
Launch a bot after receiving 3 confuse answers on a mailing list is not
Many users do not read this thread and discover an unknwon tag in the
area they work.
It usually consider as a bad thing in OSM to change things without real
consensus (long discussion and a majority of the people that participate
to the discussion agree) and without any documentation.
If everybody act like you did, OSM would become a big mess.
On the tree discussion.
Yes "tree" tag was starting for remarkable tree but now the real use is
Of course users that tag remarkable tree would see there work disolve
by this, but it's allready done.
Adding cluster with a bot is not a good option, 2 remarkable tree can be
close (i add example here in my town).
We have to discuss and found a reasonable option.
Original single tree tag was probably an error, because as it has been
said, we usually tag remarkable things with a remarkable tag not a
Why don't i run a bot that change "cluster" to "bazinga", i prefer this
word ? (isarcasm)
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