[Tagging] Tagging proposition for a classification of a path, Vol 41, Issue 46 message 1

St Niklaas st.niklaas at live.nl
Wed Feb 27 11:55:10 UTC 2013


Balaitous wrote 
 1. Re: Proposition for a classification of path (Balaitous) > Also, the proposed path types would classify any path that ends in a cul-de-sac as the least-used and least-maintained category, which isn't necessarily the case.
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> When I say "cul-de-sac" I refer to paths that go nowhere, like this :
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> At the beginning, there look good, but there are more and more bad, and
> at the end there simply disappear !
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> I have corrected :
> "This path can be end in cul de sac without any POI." I dont see why you would make a definition like this, since theres a path grade 1 - 5 option.For instance in the situation of Cirque de Gavarnie, http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=42.6973&lon=-0.0017&zoom=14&layers=M theres a path with cul du sac, since a hiker wont climb up, but the path will be well maintaned. A path with a cul dus sac with POI ! And there will be more.I would tag it grade 5 without hesitation. But theres one point I like to ad to this discussion if you want to build a new order. What about the quality of a track usable for less valid or invalid people and thats not just the pavement or the lack of it but also about space.  		 	   		  
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