[OSM-talk-be] Mapping of Boundary
mdeen at xs4all.nl
Sun Dec 5 10:05:43 GMT 2010
Kenny Moens wrote:
> Hello guys,
> In the region where I live (Hulshout), some of the borders are recently
> mapped, but they don't follow the exact features which form the border.
> For example, in the area between Ramsel and Westmeerbeek the city border
> follows the "Steenkensbeek" which I recently mapped based on Bing data,
> if I look at the border itself it has much less points and more-or-less
> follows the stream, but not exactly as it should be.
> How is the best way to correct this?
> * Splitting the border and adding the tags/relations of the border
> to the stream. Which would mean the line of the stream would both
> represent the border and the stream itself.
> * Glueing all points of the border towards the stream, so that they
> form a single line (but are effectively still two separate lines).
> * Or something else.
I don't know if Mapnik renders relations, but if it does, than 1 seems a good
idea. But then you have to take care then when the stream is moved (physically)
the border does not have to move.
2 is done in most cases.
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