[Tagging] addr:street=* combined with place=square, name=*

marc marc marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 15 00:38:21 UTC 2018


I din't understand your funny addr:park and so on...
addr:street when it's the name of a highway
and addr:place when it's the name of a not-a-highway
is not flexible and easy enought ?

Le 14. 08. 18 à 17:27, Johannes Singler a écrit :
> Hi
> 
> I understand that it is useful to use addr:place for neighborhoods, 
> hamlets, and isolated dwellings etc.  But here, it is a quite regular 
> street address, just that the referenced feature is not a highway, but a 
> square (we could limit it to place=square).  So why should this be ruled 
> out categorically?  It does not read addr:highway, does it?
> 
> I think OSM Inspector should check that there is *some* entity close by 
> that matches the street name, to avoid spelling mistakes etc.  In 
> another case, the street name actually references a park, e.g here
> <http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=addresses&lon=7.61170&lat=47.55898&zoom=18&overlays=street_not_found> 
> 
> So should I reference that with addr:park?  Or map the park as a place, 
> or as a highway?  Rather not, eh?
> 
> So I propose to be more flexible here.  Too many "false positives" in 
> the QA tools are frustrating to the users, and shadow the real mistakes.
> 
> Regards
> Johannes
> 
> 
>> Hi
>>
>> I'd rather use addr:place="Square Name" in that case. In don't agree
>> that addr:place is 'intended for larger objects like "villages,
>> islands, territorial zones"'. I also use addr:place e.g. for
>> settlements (place=neighbourhood) or hamlets, if there is no street
>> with the addresses' name (example: [^1]).
>>
>> [^1]: 
>> <http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=addresses&lon=7.59448&lat=47.54290&zoom=18&overlays=buildings,buildings_with_addresses,postal_code,entrances_deprecated,entrances,no_addr_street,street_not_found,place_not_found,misformatted_housenumber,nodes_with_addresses_defined,nodes_with_addresses_interpolated,interpolation,interpolation_errors,connection_lines,nearest_points,nearest_roads,nearest_areas,addrx_on_nonclosed_way> 
>>
>>
>> Regards
>> Markus
>> On Mon, 13 Aug 2018 at 21:05, Toggenburger Lukas
>> <Lukas.Toggenburger at htwchur.ch> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> I'm the main author of the address view of Geofabrik's OSM inspector: 
>>> http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=addresses , a QA tool for OSM, 
>>> whose sourcecode you can find at https://github.com/ltog/osmi-addresses/
>>>
>>> Some time ago I received the following issue and subsequent pull 
>>> request:
>>>
>>> - https://github.com/ltog/osmi-addresses/issues/111
>>> - https://github.com/ltog/osmi-addresses/pull/115
>>>
>>> The submitter johsin18 proposes the following:
>>>
>>> Given a (node|way) with addr:street=theName and a (node|way) with 
>>> place=square, name=theName, the first object should logically be tied 
>>> to the second. Correspondingly, osmi-addresses should recognize this 
>>> and not display it as an error as it is currently the case, e.g. at: 
>>> http://tools.geofabrik.de/osmi/?view=addresses&lon=7.59448&lat=47.54290&zoom=18&overlays=buildings,buildings_with_addresses,postal_code,entrances_deprecated,entrances,no_addr_street,street_not_found,place_not_found,misformatted_housenumber,nodes_with_addresses_defined,nodes_with_addresses_interpolated,interpolation,interpolation_errors,connection_lines,nearest_points,nearest_roads,nearest_areas,addrx_on_nonclosed_way 
>>>
>>>
>>> osmi-addresses currently expects either
>>> addr:street=* used in combination with highway=*, name=*
>>> or
>>> addr:place=* used in combination with place=*, name=*
>>>
>>> Both myself and the current maintainer of osmi-addresses (=Nakaner) 
>>> are unsure if this proposed change would be appreciated by the larger 
>>> public or not. We are therefore seeking your opinion.
>>>
>>> Best regards
>>>
>>> Lukas
>>>
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