[Tagging] Zones 30 in Belgium
A.Pirard.Papou at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 20:16:24 GMT 2012
On 2012-11-21 14:55, Ben Laenen wrote :
> On Wednesday 21 November 2012 14:29:31 A.Pirard.Papou wrote:
>> I think I was clear enough presenting the options I knew to help this guy.
>> No replies.
>> Now that I have prepared the quickest option 1, I receive all sorts of
>> contradicting replies.
>> Why not before I did the job?
> You should always give it some time before everyone who's interested has had
> some time to read the lists and think about it for a bit... A single day isn't
> enough... So yeah, you can prepare the work immediately, but you do risk doing
> unnecessary work once it's clear what the community wants. I didn't even think
> you were anywhere close to actually importing the data...
OK Ben. I didn't think myself that I would come up to that solution so
On the other hand, it can be undone instantly by removing a single
And as it can automatically trigger OSMI, OSMOSE, ... that's why I like it.
OpenStreetBugs is mostly a collection of already long solved issues, not
really a popular agora.
Can we spend the time you speak of checking that everyone's favorite
Inspector is highlighting the errors and that they are not masking other
errors or pissing off people. Making this error unusual (not mixing it
with usual ones) is necessary as well as avoiding that mappers erase it
without reading the tags or the node. Having the Inspectors display a
/*Be sure to read inside*/ would be ideal.
Any better tags suggestion is welcome.
It has to be definitive. Not easy to change the tags when part of the
nodes will have been erased.
OSMI Data from 2012-11-18, I had read "next day delivery".
OSMOSE seem to think it's not important to know.
Pity the tests cannot be more interactive.
I'm keeping ears and eyes open.
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