[Tagging] Feature proposal - RFC - Line attachments

Sergio Manzi smz at smz.it
Fri Mar 8 01:00:20 UTC 2019


On 2019-03-08 01:39, Warin wrote:
> On 08/03/19 10:40, Sergio Manzi wrote:
>> On 2019-03-08 00:35, Fran├žois Lacombe wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>>
>>> The line attachments proposal has been updated according to comments received all along past weeks. Thanks to TOGA and Nakaner mainly.
>>> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Lines_clamps
>>>
>>> It is not restricted to power nor telecom lines. Any line can be anchored or held with suspension clamps over heads.
>>>
>>> This sounds to be ok for me and may be voted shortly.
>>> Feel free to raise objections or comments prior of this to help building a more useful tagging.
>>>
>>> All the best
>>>
>>> Fran├žois
>>
>> ... I suppose a vote for bolts and nuts is imminent too, isn't it?
>
> Nuts on trees?
>
> ------------
> Providing a way for something to be sensibly tagged is what this is about.
> If enough people map it and then a render shows it then it is justified.
> If few map it and no one renders it the it will wither on the line. (pun).
>
> Let the mappers vote on if it should be in OSM by using or not using it.
> Here we should be getting the best tags, not thinking 'this is not something for OSM' as that is one persons view.


... beside that "/this one person/" happens to have a name, Sergio, and feels fully entitled to express his opinion about "/this not being something for OSM/", as much as those who are using those tags which I'm convinced will be minimally and sparsely used.

Sergio

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