[Tagging] noexit

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Tue Dec 3 16:08:32 UTC 2013


Or possibly somebody changed the meaning of the tag on the wiki, without
telling dinosaurs like myself. At first it was a tag that went on ways
which are a dead end for cars. It got an icon in JOSM when put on nodes and
people started using it on end nodes.
Op 3 dec. 2013 15:28 schreef "Mike N" <niceman at att.net>:

> On 12/3/2013 8:48 AM, André Pirard wrote:
>
>> I doubt very much that this tags helps anybody or any quality-check
>> program to understand anything. A note should suffice, and I think the
>> best option would be to remove that confusing tag.
>>
>
> It is a signal to quality checking programs such as KeepRight.   It shows
> that when a way ends near another way but doesn't connect, that there is no
> physical connection on the ground.
>
>  For your example, the usage is not correct because there is a track
> connected to the road.  Possibly the track was added later and the mapper
> did not notice the noexit tag on the road.
>
>
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