[Tagging] Combined use of addr:place and addr:street
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Fri Jul 14 12:59:02 UTC 2017
Am 14.07.2017 um 14:32 schrieb Martin Koppenhoefer:
> 2017-07-14 10:16 GMT+02:00 Tobias Wrede <list at tobias-wrede.de
> <mailto:list at tobias-wrede.de>>:
> Have a look at this place "Siesel":
> <http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/51.22209/7.90369>. The
> hamlet is called Siesel and officially all the streets there do
> not have a name (you can check on the "NRW-Atlas: ALKIS" layer
> that all streets are just designated "Weg" i. e. "Street"). From
> an official address point of view all houses there should have
> addr:place=Siesel and addr:housenumber=nn.
> is "nn" meant to be literally the string "nn"? (btw: NN in German
> usage is a placeholder referring to people). In Italy, quite
> frequently in the countryside, there is the abbreviation "snc" to say
> "no housenumber", but I wouldn't add this in addr:housenumber as it's
> not a housenumber (you can find it in official lists in the
> housenumber field though).
Na. "nn" is meant to be a placeholder for the actual number: 12, 13, 14
> On the ground, tough, they have put up the usual German street
> name signs all showing "Siesel". So from an on the ground point of
> view all houses there should have addr:street=Siesel and
> addr:housenumber=nn. What to do now?
> it's by definition we refuse to have both tags, as addr:place is
> defined for places without streetnames
Well that's the question here, isn't it? Is it by definition or not?
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