[Tagging] Variable position

bkil bkil.hu+Aq at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 09:58:01 UTC 2019

This is what note=* is for - when you'd like to disclose an important fact
with future mappers that is not that interesting to non-mappers. You may
also draw a way/area and indicate the count of benches there or the total
sitting capacity. We may need to submit a proposal this, though.

On Mon, Apr 22, 2019 at 2:53 AM André Pirard <a.pirard.papou at gmail.com>

> On 24/12/2017 02.21, Matej Lieskovský wrote:
> Hello,
> is there a way to map objects, whose position changes slightly?
> In fact, the position of all objects changes slightly over time and a
> coordinate should be a vector indicating a position and a (presently best
> value of) direction and speed of drift.
> The Greenwich meridian is presently 102m west away of the zero latitude of
> a GPS and it continues to drift.
> See Greenwich Meridian <https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/268533450>
> which is now 0.0014864° W by its nodes (which should have the same value
> BTW).
> All the best,
> André.
> Example:
> I know a park that has a few dozen benches. They are there practically
> all-year-round, but their position changes every now and then. A fixme
> would imply that the problem can be fixed (which does not seem practical),
> leaving them out completely is less than ideal and leaving them as nodes
> gives a false sense of precision, which is not perfect either. Is there a
> way of saying "there are benches somewhere around here"?
> Merry X-mas,
> Matej
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