[Tagging] Tagging: minimum required tags

Tobias Johansson tj at mensa.se
Fri May 18 15:58:26 BST 2012

Yes most corner houses in sweden have two addresses. Have myself seen
one with three. And to repeat myself "hadn't thought about that" :)

Best Regards Thod

2012/5/18 Ilpo Järvinen <ilpo.jarvinen at helsinki.fi>:
> On Fri, 18 May 2012, Tobias Johansson wrote:
>> I see your point concerning you don't have to do it that way. But I
>> don't really se any reason for not doing it that way? And if it makes
>> it simpler?
>> But I have no big objection for what you say. I myself have mapped a
>> lot of houses the way you stated before I saw some other presentation
>> Lulu-Ann made and thought "hadn't thought of that".
>> And isn't all taggig done according to diffrent peoples opinions? :)
>> (just a thought).
> While it is not that harmful to have addresses in the entrance nodes if
> you have only single address, it gets quite "challenging" in places where
> a building can have more than one address, cases for even 4 valid
> addresses exists (we're yet to find a 5 address case but even those would
> be possible at least in theory). ...So it's not just about what is
> somebody's opinion but there are situation some approaches fail to solve
> in a reasonable way (and this problem was explained multiple times to
> Lulu-Ann but the solutions while retaining the addresses in the entrances
> proposed were lousy hacks). But obviously if the address really is for a
> entrance instead of the building, it probably makes more sense to put that
> to entrance itself.
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>  i.
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