[Tagging] Replying to raw digests considered harmful
baloo at ursamundi.org
Sun Dec 28 01:04:14 UTC 2014
Could you please consider either subscribing to the nondigested version of
the mailing list <https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging> or use
procmail to split each digest into it's constituent messages
<http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/doc/#splitting_digest>? Replying to the
emails containing the digested mbox breaks threading by not preserving the
In-Reply-To or Subject headers and makes everyone else's mailboxes harder
to manage (particularly for folks filtering by thread; most folks are
likely to filter anything with "digest" in the subject straight to trash or
mute it without reading).
On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 7:03 AM, Ulrich Lamm <ulamm.brem at t-online.de> wrote:
> Some weeks ago, I have written something on reliable mapping, see
> For a special feature, I'd also added it to an existing article, but it
> was reverted, see "Attention" in the upper table of
> Am 24.12.2014 um 01:29 schrieb tagging-request at openstreetmap.org:
> Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 17:37:34 +0100
> From: Rainer Fügenstein <rfu at oudeis.org>
> To: "Tag discussion, strategy and related tools"
> <tagging at openstreetmap.org>
> Subject: [Tagging] Accuracy of survey
> Message-ID: <811143140.20141223173734 at oudeis.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> while we are at it, imagine the following situation:
> mapper A, by means of DGPS, MilStd GPS, crystal ball etc., is able to
> achieve an accuracy of, say, a few centimeters and uses it to add new
> nodes (POIs) to OSM.
> some time later, mapper B with his/her ancestors mechanical GPS device
> (*), achieving an accuracy of max., say, 15 meters, surveys the same
> area, figures out that (by his/her point of view) POIs added by mapper
> A are 15 meters off and corrects their location.
> what is needed here is some tag, saying "don't touch these
> coordinates, they've been surveyed with high(est) accuracy".
> I heard this argument from an pipeline expert, noting that marker
> surveyed with consumer GPS are (for their standards) way off their
> real location.
> maybe this is a non-issue after all, if consensus is that consumer
> GPS accuracy is sufficient enough.
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