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Wed Jan 15 20:58:12 UTC 2020
On Wed, 15 Jan 2020 at 20:39, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
> If the thing is still physically present then it is still of use from a
> navigation point of view.
> From an ease of rendering it would be useful to have a way of rendering
> any disused:* object.
For physical objects, yes. You wouldn't want
to be rendered as a place of worship but you do want disused:building=yes
rendered. Standard carto doesn't work that way, don't know about any of
because as soon as I realized standard carto doesn't work that way, I
tagging physical objects with a disused: prefix.
Currently, the best you can do is use the deprecated disused=yes for
objects to get the desired behaviour with standard carto. There is no
that other renderers will honour that. There is no guarantee that standard
will continue to honour that.
Cue the endless arguments about standard carto not being the only fruit,
tag for the renderer, etc. Because this is OSM, and rule one of OSM is that
we don't do joined-up thinking. So give up any hope that we'll get an
agreement with the most common renderers to have a sensible way of tagging
disused buildings so that they render at all (better still would be some
slight difference from buildings that aren't disused, but that will
Yes, I'm feeling cynical right now. That's because I remember the other
this has come up here.
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