[Tagging] Zones 30 in Belgium (from [OSM-talk-be] )
A.Pirard.Papou at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 13:29:31 GMT 2012
On 2012-11-20 10:40, A.Pirard.Papou wrote :
> A GPS addicts group has encoded a file of over 1000 30 km/h speed limits.
> Their leader has just discovered OSM, ITO Map, etc...
> He's promoting security much and would like his data into OSM.
> I wrote on talk-be that this was doing it the other way round.
> A speed limit has two ends and his POIs are nodes.
> They should have been encoded into OSM first and then extracted.
> If only the world knew that OSM exists :-(
> I have converted their file to a .osm file.
> I can transfer the nodes to another layer and apply a JOSM preset.
> That's quite fast but 1000 is much!
> But I can split the .osm file to share the work.
> Well, do you think it would be useful to add those POIs and how?
> * as a side node with
> o maxspeed=30
> o fixme=determine start/end and transfer these tags to the way
> o source=http://...
> * as a real limit on a sort distance, wrong but with a fixme?
> most often it's about the same distance astride a school access
> this could be visible on maps, but make believe the mapping is done
> * as a just a note on the way:
> o fixme=please tag the 30 km/h speed limit here
> much time spent for little result
> * another idea?
> A side node risks to be unnoticed and even left behind after really
> mapping the limit.
> Mapping the wrong distance means risking not to notice fixme and later
> Well, what's your advice?
I think I was clear enough presenting the options I knew to help this guy.
Now that I have prepared the quickest option 1, I receive all sorts of
Why not before I did the job?
So, my conclusion is to suggest you to do it exactly as you want.
You know where the data is.
I will certainly not manually enter 1000 entries in OpenStreetBugs just
But someone may know how to use OSB API. Or that they have none.
And in that case, send OSB the file zone30_BE.asc. Or split and share
Is the error having no speed limit or having a dummy node showing there
should be a limit?
I had found that way to automatically signal the error to OSMI and to
OSMOSE and to ...?
But you don't want that.
I was doing all that because I once picked up a dead 10 yo that s.o.
knocked down, no speed limit.
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