[Tagging] Mapping deforestation wikipage proposal
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Tue Mar 19 03:33:28 UTC 2019
On 19/03/19 11:27, marc marc wrote:
> Le 19.03.19 à 00:25, Warin a écrit :
>> On 19/03/19 10:14, marc marc wrote:
>>> Le 18.03.19 à 23:46, Warin a écrit :
>>>> landcover=artificial .. does not say what is there.
>>> this one doesn't look wrong.
>>> it is a category of several landcover (asphalt, concrete, ...)
>> Err the proposal is landcover=artificial for areas that are mining areas
>> (landuse=quarry), housing areas (landuse=residential) and industrial
>> areas (landuse=industrial).
> that's why I took the time to describe what a correct meaning
> of landcover=artificial could be.
Are you supporting the proposal for landcover=artificial for areas that are mining areas (landuse=quarry), housing areas (landuse=residential) and industrial areas (landuse=industrial)??? Because that is what someone could be thinking from the comments.
> practical example : industrial wastelands that have a few square meters
> of concrete, a few square meters of asphalt, some metal plate...
> I have no interest in making an object for every different surface but I
> may still want to to describe that this part of the landcover is
> artificial and that this part of the ground is of wild vegetation type.
OK, but I would strongly object to landcover=artificial for areas that are mining areas (landuse=quarry), housing areas (landuse=residential) and industrial areas (landuse=industrial)
> Other concrete use: some municipalities charge a variable fee for water
> collection depending on whether the landcover is artificial or not.
> Calculate the artificialisation index is currently impossible given the
> absence of generic tags by category (not everyone necessarily wants to
> split a landuse=residential into a few square meter of "vegetable
> garden", a few square meter of flower, 10m2 of lawn, 5m2 of bush, 1m2 of
> clay, grass, a terrace (whose coverings are sometimes so "imitation"
> that you are very lucky to be mistaken in trying to inform the ultra
> precise type... e. g. concrete imitation wood)...
? "not for OSM":) Joke.
Good Luck with that. Not something I would map.
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