[Tagging] track smoothness/quality

brad bradhaack at fastmail.com
Sat Jul 6 23:51:35 UTC 2019

Here's one,
Maybe gets some maintenance every 10 or 20 years or so.  It is probably 
never soft, so it doesn't fit any tracktype definition. It is still used 
for a couple of  mines (worked by 1 or 2 people), but mostly 
recreational use.   This is higher altitude than most, but not unusual 
in the western US.

I think tracktype as specified is only useful for a small portion of the 
world.  Useful for flat, wet regions.

On 7/2/19 11:02 PM, Mateusz Konieczny wrote:
> ...
>     2) Take the leading sentence mentioning Solid/Soft out of the
>     tracktype description (or de-emphasize it)
> I am dubious about redefining extremely
> popular tags. For start - can you link
> some photos of places where current
> definition is a problem?
> The best would be photos on licenses
> allowing upload to OSM Wiki or
> Wikimedia Commons.
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