[Tagging] Tagging of pitches within a campsite
dbannon at internode.on.net
Tue Apr 21 22:53:29 UTC 2015
On Tue, 2015-04-21 at 14:45 -0700, Bryce Nesbitt wrote:
> The fact that rendering on osm-carto is so far behind tagging is an
> But treating the campsite like a building, and the pitches like
> apartments, makes a lot of logical sense.
I don't see any theoretical issue with calling a caravan park a building
from a routing point of view. Wonder if it might give a misleading
result on a rendered map that shows buildings ....
> And it scales well to how much is known:
Bryce, what does osm-carto do with your example below ? As you noted in
another message, addr:housenumber, while wrong, gives some very positive
feedback, silly to ignore that fact.
I see a similar problem with some retirement villages, market stalls,
> 0) leisure=camp_site, drinking_water=no (nothing is known about
> 1) capacity=100 (we know
> there are 100 pitches, but not where they are)
> 2) addr:unit=1-50 addr:interpolation=all (we know pitches 1-50
> along this road or area, but not exactly where)
> 3) addr:interpolation=odd addr:unit=1-49 (tagging one side of a
> 4) addr:unit=1 (here's
> the center or entrance of pitch #1).
> 5) relation=site addr:unit=1 contains bench/parking/sewer dump/picnic
> table/gopher hole/tree/blades of grass (micro mapping extraordinaire)
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