[Tagging] noexit=yes on ways ?

Richard Welty rwelty at averillpark.net
Wed Apr 9 13:05:36 UTC 2014


On 4/9/14 8:51 AM, Ronnie Soak wrote:
> As a means to communicate an intention from one mapper to the next, it
> simply is more clear when mapped on the node than on the way. I simply
> gave an example where the end of the dead-end way can not simply be
> deduced by its geometry. Regards, chaos
i honestly don't think we need this kind of redundant
tagging when we can simply put notes to the next mapper
using a generic key, like, for example, README or fixme
or description?

what makes no_exit so special that it needs its own key
for this purpose?

richard

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