[Tagging] new page for tree_lined=*
cmue81 at gmx.de
Fri Aug 14 22:25:13 UTC 2020
> On Fri, 14 Aug 2020 at 14:33, Paul Allen via Tagging <tagging at openstreetmap.org[mailto:tagging at openstreetmap.org]> wrote:
> Is there a serious need (other than, say, one person's dissertation) to perform
> database queries to find objects that are tree-lined? I can see the need to
> find the nearest car park with disabled spaces, or vehicle charging points, but
> not for trees lining it. That's probably just me, but trees lining a car park do
> not influence my choice of whether or not to use it.
It may be important to the crazy people that still use their bicycle
in an otherwise air-conditioned, motorized world. "Back in the days"
people with a less strange relation to mother nature knew that a tree
lined way has much more comfort cycling on if these trees spend shadow
on a sunny day. If you do long-distance cycling it may be of interest
to find a route not predominantly exposed to sheer sun.
Unfortunately, most people do not seem to care. Driving a car is
"god given" and if you say anything people go crazy. If you don't
own something that makes noise and pollutes the environment, di-
rectly by fumes or indirectly by production (the electro hype),
you're deemed impotent or low-performing. And anti-mobbing
courses are beyond the scope of OSM. :.p
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