[OSM-talk] New osmarender markings - what does dashed blackmean?
b.easton at exemail.com.au
Mon Sep 10 23:49:02 BST 2007
Thanks for confirming that.
So the procedure is that if there is something you want to see rendered, you just ignore the whole proposal/vote thing and get access to SVN and go ahead and make any old change you want. I thought that must be the procedure, but it wasn't documented anywhere, I'm glad to see it officially sanctioned now ;)
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On 10/09/2007 at 11:17 PM 80n wrote:
>On 9/10/07, Brent Easton <b.easton at exemail.com.au> wrote:
>> >> > Looking in josm, it seems to be tagged as "scramble"="Grade
>> >> > whatever that means...
>> >> Scramble generally meaning you need to climb over rocks, possibly
>> >> hands rather than just being on your pegs. Crib Goch is definitely a
>> >> scramble :-)
>> >Yes :-) Having grown up with regular holidays (i.e. most bank
>> >holidays) in Snowdonia (somewhere near 52.96203,-3.871136) I know both
>> >what a "scramble" is and what Crib Goch looks like - the gap in my
>> >knowledge was that scrambles a) have "Grades" and b) are "mappable".
>> Yes, it is amazing how things that are not on the Map Features page
>> the proposed Features page manage to get rendered, while there are still
>> plenty of approved items not being rendered.
>If you'd taken a GPS unit for a walk along Crib Goch, you'd be pretty keen
>to see it get rendered ;) And highway=footway would just not quite be
>appropriate for this:
>> Brent Easton
>> University of Western Sydney
>> Email: b.easton at uws.edu.au
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