[Talk-ht] waterway=stream + vehicle=yes?
johntrilik at hotmail.com
Sun Feb 14 19:56:32 GMT 2010
If there was a trigger (weather input) on the area map indicating 'Rainy
Season' the section would be closed as a road.
Wadi would be a good descriptor for the stream as it would not change as it
applies to both a wet and dry streambed.
From: "Hans van Wijk" Sunday, February 14, 2010 1:38 PM
> John wrote:
>> I am not proposing having two ways in the same space anymore
>> as I see the logic presented but a new type of (single) way
>> that would have attributes for both.
>> Perhaps for the stretch where they join, could there be a
>> combined 'road/stream' type of way that could provide
>> continuity for both?
> Yes it should be something like that.
>> The designation would actually switch seasonally.
> The renderers should take the seasonal habbits of the location into
> but having a set of country specific properties for renderers is a whole
> other discussion, which, I believe, is held on many occasions before.
>> > From: "Hans van Wijk" Sent: Sunday, February 14, 2010 12:24 PM
>> > We could benefit from some tag that identifies a river that
>> dries out
>> > during dry season and I believe 'wadi' is a good candidate. I saw a
>> > 'wadibank'
>> > already somewhere, which also makes for a good waterway
>> value when it
>> > concerns a closed way. See also wiki:
>> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadi
>> > John wrote:
>> >> I do not see why we cannot have two traces in the same
>> place (or with
>> >> a small offset). Hopefully we will be able to identify the
>> >> and exit of the 'roadway'. I am sure that these 'roadways' would be
>> > seasonal.
>> >> Sometimes hiking trails (my expertise) will follow a
>> streambed for a
>> >> while and for the sake of continuity, this is how it is handled.
>> > Sure this makes for a solution, but I can't shake the feeling that
>> > it's wrong as long as they aren't two separate ways.
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