[Tagging] New tag proposal: 'addr=milestone'

Agustin Rissoli aguztinqui at gmail.com
Wed Oct 2 20:54:35 UTC 2019


I think we can add a clarification, which says that these directions are
not exact, but usually based on the approximate position with respect to a
milestone on the road.

Agustín


Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2019 19:25:29 +0100
From: Paul Allen <pla16021 at gmail.com>
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On Wed, 2 Oct 2019 at 18:59, Agustin Rissoli <aguztinqui at gmail.com> wrote:

>
> > > Perfect! That is exactly what happens in real life when someone is
> seeking an address based on location markers once the precision of the
> distance used in addresses is low.
>
> This description should be in the eventual wiki
>

You think?  That's a description of how somebody navigates to an address
like that
without a map.  Keep an eye on the odometer.  Look for "milestones."  If
you see
a "milestone" numbered higher than in the address, you've gone too far.
But it's
not how you navigate if you have a map.  Especially if the map display is
capable
of using GPS to show your current position.

>
>
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Paul
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