[Tagging] noexit=yes on ways ?

John Packer john.packer7 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 17:31:11 UTC 2014


I agree with André Pirard that:
1. If we say it should be tagged on the way, it should be clearer how it
should be tagged (what if the cul-de-sac is splitted, etc)
2. "noexit" was a bad choice of name for this key

Personally I don't know if using noexit=yes on ways is used by any software
nowadays.
I wouldn't be surprised if the current legitimate uses of noexit=yes are
only on nodes.

But yeah, tagging on ways isn't exactly an error.




2014-04-10 13:17 GMT-03:00 Mike N <niceman at att.net>:

> On 4/10/2014 12:10 PM, Yves wrote:
>
>> I guess the problem arises from tagging dead-ends in a geo database.
>> QA tools should keep there false positives for themself, not in OSM,
>> don't you think?
>>
>
>   Except that I don't use QA tools when editing data.   But often as I
> create something that ends suspiciously near another object, I can flag it
> as correct to the QA tools at creation time.
>
>   Also there may be multiple QA tools.
>
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