[Tagging] Coastline around a bridge?
baloo at ursamundi.org
Wed Oct 3 22:33:09 BST 2012
Wouldn't they be seas due to their size?
On Wednesday, October 3, 2012, Brad Neuhauser wrote:
> The Great Lakes in North America are freshwater lakes that are tagged as
> > wrote:
>> No, the bridge, called Hollandse Brug, is not a dam, although the bridge
>> separates two waterbodies. The one to the northwest is called the
>> Markermeer, and the other one is called Gooimeer.
>> On the other hand, the Houtribdijk (dijk Enkhuizen-Lelystad) is a dam,
>> but that is not indicated by the coastline. See
>> http://osm.org/go/0E7zb56-- The waterbody to the northeast is called the
>> IJsselmeer (IJssel lake), and to the southwest is the Markermeer again.
>> I think that the big lakes (IJsselmeer and Markermeer) should be tagged
>> as coastline. They form a distinct part of the outline of the Netherlands.
>> The Gooimeer, and the other lakes bordering Flevoland (like Veluwemeer,
>> etc.) are not.
>> Actually, that would be tagging for the renderer, which is bad. (The
>> bigger lakes are freshwater lakes.) Shouldn't coastlines be reserved for
>> the coasts of seas and oceans only?
>> 'cvml', 'dieterdreist at gmail.com');>>:
>>> 'cvml', 'imagic.osm at gmail.com');>>:
>>>> Any reason why the coastline should go around a bridge?
>>> that's obviously nonsense :D, or is it a dam?
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