[Tagging] maxspeed=signals vs. maxspeed:variable=yes + maxspeed=x
janjko at gmail.com
Sat Dec 20 08:42:45 UTC 2014
I like maxspeed:variable=* simply because it lets you use maxspeed=* in its
original sense. Maxspeed=signals robs you of that original tag and routers
now have to dig deep into tags to understand the real maxspeed.
Keep the simple tags, and build around them, that's what I say.
Dana 19. 12. 2014. 16:15 osoba "Volker Schmidt" <voschix at gmail.com>
>> * what is the maximum possible(!) speed limit
> The possible max speed limit is most likely the speed limit fo that type
> of road in that country, unless you have better information (from what
> source with what licence?), but that's not really helpful for a router
>> * what is the reason(!) for the variable speed limit
> A many of these panels are freely porgrammable, this information is most
> likely difficult to provide. The same panel may indicate at different times
> 30km/h Ice on Road
> 100km/h Rain
> 50km/h queue
> Volker, Italy
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