jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 23:16:35 UTC 2015
When I'm validating I see quite a few area=yes name=common, which is
probably a training issue in iD. Of the ones I do see tagged correctly
I'd only want to land something on about a quarter of them.
Sometimes I get the feeling that many new mappers want to map at least one
of everything mentioned in the instructions. Other times you wonder if
they can read because what they are mapping and the source is not at all
what is in the instructions.
On 6 August 2015 at 16:37, Blake Girardot <bgirardot at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi John,
> If it is a one of the "traditional" areas that HOT tags as leisure=common
> then we can tag it as one.
> Those areas are large, short grass or ground/grass areas in villages or
> settlements, often with paths walked across them. They are typically common
> areas for the settlement.
> It should not be used on areas that are just a large flat areas out in the
> middle of nowhere or farm fields/farm land.
> I mark them by using the search to find "common" and that put
> leisure=common on the object.
> On 8/6/2015 10:05 PM, john whelan wrote:
>> First how do you tag it in iD?
>> Second there has been some discussion about how useful it is should we
>> be tagging it in a different way?
>> Thanks John
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