[Tagging] tunnel=building_passage or covered=yes
davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com
Sun Sep 11 10:46:36 UTC 2016
But it's *not a tunnel*
On 10/09/2016 12:23, Simone Saviolo wrote:
> Yes, an obvious one: a building_passage *goes through a building* :)
> Semantically it is quite important to distinguish between a
> colonnade/arcade and a building passage (BTW, also arcades and
> colonnades have their own tag). covered=yes just implies that the
> building is over the highway, but it might even mean that a protruding
> balcony "covers" the way.
> 2016-09-10 13:09 GMT+02:00 Dave F <davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com
> <mailto:davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com>>:
> The building_passage tag (65 445) is a new one to me.
> Looking at the wiki it's very similar to covered=yes (254 624)
> I thought there was a discussion here where it was agreed to be a
> tunnel it would need to be below natural ground (ie a mountain or
> river bed).
> These 'building_passage' all appear to be at ground level.
> Is there a difference I'm not aware of?
> Dave F.
> On 10/09/2016 11:42, LeTopographeFou wrote:
>> I've noticed several typo errors in tag values. I would like to
>> fix them when it is obvious. When they all came from one user,
>> it's easy to contact him and agree on a fix. When it's worldwide
>> and multi contributors it becomes difficult to identify the right
>> contributor for each tag and contact them one by one (unless
>> there is a tool to say "this value for this key of this/those
>> object(s) have been assigned by Xxx, Yyy..."). In all cases I
>> want to document the edit in the wiki. But do I have to ask for a
>> vote/discussion for automated typo edits? The wiki is unclear on
>> this point.
>> So I've made a proposal here for a first edit:
>> Thank you for your feedback
>> * vote is ok
>> * don't worry, document and do when it's obvious
>> * edit one by one/contact authors one by one
>> * do nothing and let the time do his work
>> * are you silly? automated edits are evil for typos!
>> * ... ?
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