wendorff at uni-paderborn.de
Fri Dec 6 23:11:54 UTC 2013
IMHO the whole area may be a residential area, and residential includes
residential highways, houses, small parks and much more,
But I wouldn't say the whole area is a garden, so a garden should only
be tagged where there is a garden or mainly a garden.
In addition a single garden is a single garden, while a residential area
may consists of several blocks.
Two gardens are two gardens and should be mapped as two objects in OSM,
Am 07.12.2013 00:01, schrieb Wolfgang Hinsch:
> Am Freitag, den 06.12.2013, 15:20 +0100 schrieb Martin Koppenhoefer:
>>> Am 06/dic/2013 um 13:39 schrieb cracklinrain <cra_klinrain at gmx.de>:
>>> Well, I would say a stone garden without plants is probably still a
>>> garden. But an area made of concrete is still a (small) yard or else. If
>>> it's too strange it should be tagged as artwork maybe.
>>> But by definition it seems that the aspect of existing plants is important.
>> it will be decided by the mapper on occasion.
>> I have seen some quite unusual gardens with very few plants, but generally you'd expect them in a garden (something could be a garden and a piece of art or design at the same time). Also zen gardens which AFAIK are mostly pebbles rather than lawn, will still have some tree (or bonsaii tree).
> The question remains how to tag: one area of ~50-100 private gardens as
> leisure=garden including the whole residential area whith buildings etc.
> or garden by garden.
> cheers, Osmonav
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