[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Hierarchies route=bicycle)
pelderson at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 22:48:11 UTC 2019
Well, I regularly edit and maintain a lot of routes, route hierarchies and node networks. Id is fine for a few basic things, adding and editing tags, combining two routes in a superroute. Now try checking and sorting routes from hundreds up to thousands of members, including forward and backward roles. Try cutting a way belonging to 10 different routes and route systems, then repair the damage. I have tried very hard to do this with Id. Try splitting an old unmanageable damaged hiking route into manageable and reusable parts, each complete, sorted, and fitting together end-to-start. Try checking and repairing a node network.
I have checked the capabilities of P2. As with Id, basic things are possible: add, edit a member, edit tagging, as long as it stays simple and not too big. If it’s more complex, involves sorting and error checking/repair of multiple routes, networks, hierarchies: If anyone does a lot of work like that in Id or P2, I would like to know how, so I could do more work online.
Let’s start with sorting the members of a route relation containing 300 members. How would you do that in P2?
Mvg Peter Elderson
> Op 3 jan. 2019 om 16:25 heeft Andy Townsend <ajt1047 at gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:
>> On 03/01/2019 14:37, Peter Elderson wrote:
>> What about the same question without the “easily”?
> I occasionally (especially with a DWG hat on) have to modify relations on a member-by-member basis, and depending on what exactly what you want to do, JOSM, P2 or something else might be the best for the job - but both* can edit relations member-by-member and create and edit the sorts of things that you're talking about here (see e.g. https://api06.dev.openstreetmap.org/relation/4304873944 ). Whether that to you is "easily" I can't answer though - you'd have to try it yourself.
> Best Regards,
> * as can iD I suspect - I can certainly edit the (relation) members and tags of the example above.
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