[Tagging] building=yes for multiple building

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Wed Mar 16 15:13:31 UTC 2016

IMHO we always allow and support progression from rough to more detailed.

If actual building outlines are difficult to determine then one outline
for the complex is completely OK. Typical example: medieval cities.

Am 16.03.2016 um 15:47 schrieb joost schouppe:
> Is it OK to map multiple buildings as one closed line with the
> building=yes tag? Or does building=yes imply it is one single building?
> There is the terrace value, but that implies one orderly structure,
> not the hodgepodge of houses, buildings and extensions that define
> organically grown blocks.
> There are a couple of "multiple" values too, which make sense, but is
> undocumented and maybe overly precise.
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