[HOT] H.O.T OSM manual and learning OSM in Uganda
Rafael Avila Coya
ravilacoya at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 09:01:26 GMT 2011
I agree in that barriers are well placed and not confusing. But I think
it would be nicer if you place the service way (with access=private,
permissive or public, as needed) that crosses the gate. Doing so the
rendering would become more clear.
En 13/12/11 22:22, Reinier Battenberg escribiu:
> During our first mappinday we had about 40 participants, and 3 walking
> routes. So, in order to prevent overlap, we tried to come up with 3
> different assignments, some of them, on each side of the road.
> Gates, being very visible parts of all the walled compounds in Kampala,
> seemed like a good and simple starter feature.
> The result does look horrible after rendering. But, this is how our
> neighbourhood is (not horrible, but gatewise): everybody has a gate. If
> you are lucky, as part of a short (service) road that leads to your parking
> space. (lots of these plots are offices by now)
> It might still be an idea to make a difference in the gate that is at our
> compound and the one the other Mountbattens have at theirs
> because currently you cant tell the difference, can you?
> On Tuesday, December 13, 2011 09:32:28 AM Pierre Béland wrote:
>> I agree that you should create a job in the Task Manager. You should
>> add detailed description of what has to be mapped.
>> What is the signification of all the tags [barrier=gate] that whe see on
>> map ?
>> Pierre Béland
>> Douglas Musaazi wrote on 13 Desember 2011 17:24
>> Notable edits in some of the selected areas of Uganda include:
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