Iván Sánchez Ortega
ivan at sanchezortega.es
Tue May 6 21:29:43 BST 2008
El Martes, 6 de Mayo de 2008, Karl Newman escribió:
> Sorry, but I think graph-edge relationships would be a step backwards for
> our mappers. It may be nice and technologically advanced, but we already
> have problems with mappers understanding the clockwise/counterclockwise
> rules; do you think they're going to understand graph-edge relationships?
Heck, I don't even understand how to make a relationship for an area with
Really, I'm aiming at simplifying landuse data and political boundaries, from
big data imports. I think I had some nightmares importing the landuse data
from Naga City and this whole idea as a result. Watching the JOSM validator
tag *all* landuse data as overlapping just doesn't seem right.
> If you can make the tools such that the underlying data model is
> transparent to the user/mapper, then great (maybe), otherwise...
Only complex areas with long adjacent boundaries would be affected. The
standard mapper/user wouldn't need to learn anything new. I'm also assuming
that any user that can use JOSM and the validator effectively shouldn't have
much problems working with relations.
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