[Tagging] landcover=trees definition
davefox at madasafish.com
Sat Aug 15 10:45:08 UTC 2015
If the grass is municipally maintained the I use landuse=grass (I'm on
the fence about using landcover). If I have the time or inclination I'll
separate it from residential with a multipolygon relation.
If it private then I mark it as landuse=residential & probably leave it
at that. If you ant to go into more detail you could use the
On 10/08/2015 11:29, Jean-Marc Liotier wrote:
> Take a look at this charming corner of Normandy: http://binged.it/1ht3p7v
> On the left, a dense urban location that is clearly
> landuse=residential. On the right, what is most definitely
> landuse=meadow. So what about the center ? We see residential
> buildings among a predominantly grass cover. In other areas, I have
> seen this mapped as landuse=meadow - but it is wrong because it is
> actually used as a residential areal.
> To me, it seems that mapping this area as a combination of
> landuse=residential and landcover=grass would be most fitting. I have
> thought about using the landuse=residential + natural=grass
> combination instead, but those lawns do not strike me as natural.
> What do you all think ? Is this a good illustration of the need for
> landcover=* ?
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