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Wed Dec 9 10:29:16 GMT 2009
On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 9:10 PM, Richard Mann <
richard.mann.westoxford at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Steve - dip your toe in the Smoothness debate on the wiki, and recoil with
> horror that people have devoted so much time to arguing over suitability
Heh, I've only seen the results of it so far. How on earth did they come up
with "very horrible"? :) The best thing is, the photos of "very horrible"
look "very mild" to me, compared to some of the really bad surfaces out
> You can get a basic classification of physical attributes using the highway
> tag (especially when you know that 99% of the use of "path" is for unpaved
> footways). Something like bicycle:defacto probably allows you to record
> informal access, if the bicycle (legal) tag is insufficient.
Is "bicycle:defacto=*" even required? Wouldn't "bicycle=defacto" work? I
guess the only thing you're losing is the ability to say "bicycles are
definitely prohibited, but ridden anyway".
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