[talk-au] Alcohol Free Zones
craigfeuerherdt at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 00:31:00 GMT 2009
The same thing happens here as well John.
So you are saying that specific playgrounds etc are AFZ's as well. So in
those instances they would be part of a relation (with a single object ie
the polygon representing the playground).
I think relations are the best option for AFZ's because they allow
flexibility to cover both scenarios. It is therefore easier for renders to
look at just relations when it comes to rendering them rather than tags and
2009/12/30 John Smith <deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com>
> 2009/12/30 Craig Feuerherdt <craigfeuerherdt at gmail.com>:
> > I know Bendigo has an 'alcohol free zone' which would be useful to
> > Initial thoughts are that it is best represented as a relation, made up
> > the ways (roads etc) that form the outer boundary. Just need to define a
> > relation 'type' (Alcohol Free Zone) and 'restriction' (alcohol?).
> > times may also be a consideration in some places as well. And then, of
> > course, there is the rendering.
> I don't think a relation would be good enough, as they don't always
> just cover roads + foot paths either side, they also cover
> parks/playgrounds and here caravan parks too.
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