[Tagging] A first step towards bringing the wiki and tool support closer together
erjohan at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 23:15:06 GMT 2009
On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 9:42 PM, Jonathan Bennett
<openstreetmap at jonno.cix.co.uk> wrote:
> Erik Johansson wrote:
>> Yes but people say "don't tag for the renderer" which a horrible meme,
>> I say "always tag for the renderer". If there is not visual
>> feedbackyou are doing it wrong (except in keepright).
> Only using a tag because it appears in a renderer style sheet (or
> conversely not using one just because it doesn't) is a pretty good
> definition of "tagging for the renderer".
Well, I might admit I'm taking an extreme view, but you are flying
high on abstractions. That's the problem with the "Don't tag for the
renderer", too abstract.
start point (tee?): highway=pedestrian
If I did this I would get something rendered on the map, instant
feedback and it would be a pretty good representation of what was
or from the blog post:
k:golf; v:tee # added in the same spirit.
or a mix
OSM data link:
Blog posts with rendering:
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