[Tagging] My "weirdly unnatural aversion to relations"
yvecai at mailbox.org
Tue Oct 2 10:11:32 UTC 2018
Let's start another thread site VS multipolygons.
It's interesting and it would be godd to keep in the archives.
Le 2 octobre 2018 12:00:15 GMT+02:00, Mateusz Konieczny <matkoniecz at tutanota.com> a écrit :
>2. Oct 2018 05:15 by baloo at ursamundi.org <mailto:baloo at ursamundi.org>:
>>> - this data is basically not usable.
>> Sure it is. Say I want to know what amenities an RV park has in
>another city...you could go "hey, what does Somewhereville RV Park
>have?" or just throw Somewhereville RV Park and get a list of
>everything that belongs to the same site. Dump station, fuel pump,
>convenience store, information stand, mailboxes, laundry, showers,
>toilets...regardless of whether or not these things are named or not,
>or even share the same name as the RV park itself. Like, say, "Old
>Faceful Geyser" (actually a splashpad) in the "Jellystone Park" RV park
>at Lake Eufaula (to use something I might try if I was taking my
>boyfriend and niece truck camping and wasn't actually familiar with
>this being a delightfully furry, yet corny, and relatively comfortable
>for cheap truck-tent camping).
>I am not sure how it requires a site relation. Mapping feature as a
>polygon is sufficient tomark objects inside this polygon as, well,
>inside the polygon.
>In rare cases of holes/disjointed areas multipolygon is needed.
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