[Tagging] Zones 30 in Belgium (from [talk-be] )

Ronnie Soak chaoschaos0909 at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 21 11:25:45 GMT 2012

If you have a data set of nodes representing street signs, why don't
you import them as such?


Of course you still need to manually match those to the ways and tag
the maxspeed=* to them.
But you can use the traffic_sign=* nodes to create a josm filter or
even ask someone from OSMI or keepright to do a check
based on a matching way in close proximity to such sign.

You could list all imported nodes on a wiki page, so they can be
reviewed by actual humans.
I suppose they are not precise enough to 'really' denote the sign post, right?

my 2 cents.

2012/11/21 Martin Koppenhöfer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>:
> Am 21/nov/2012 um 11:25 schrieb "A.Pirard.Papou" <A.Pirard.Papou at gmail.com>:
> created_by=(erased)
> note=temporary node until nearby way speed limit is set
> maxspeed=30
> source:maxspeed=http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=123619
> FIXME:tag same maxpeed and source:maxspeed onto the span of nearby way, then
> delete this node
> name[as of source]=states town and street so that incorrect coordinated can
> be detected.
> If these nodes do not represent sign positions you shouldn't import them
> into osm IMHO, better put them into open street bugs or similar. There is no
> point in having them in osm in this case, as you can't infer from just a
> point position where the limit applies to, and therefor these nodes are more
> or less useless (they might be a hint where the mapper should make a survey
> but not more).
> Cheers,
> Martin
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