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Wed Jan 15 21:53:03 UTC 2020
On Wed, 15 Jan 2020 at 21:17, Mateusz Konieczny <matkoniecz at tutanota.com>
I would not consider disused=yes to be
> deprecated for physical objects like
> building, adits, quarries etc.
The wiki for the disused prefix has been amended since the last time this
up, and a long way down the page, after several mentions that disused=yes
not be used, it concedes that disused=yes could be used on those objects.
suggest that explanation should be expanded to include all physical objects
exceptions given the first time disused=yes is mentioned.
OSM Carto will handle such objects,
> without checking whatever tag disused=yes is set.
English usage of modal verbs has subtle differences from other Germanic
particularly with respect to "will." OSM carto does currently ignore
Are you telling me that it is guaranteed, by the core developers, that it
will ignore disused=yes (or, at most, render slightly differently)? If OSM
core developers can give that guarantee then we can amend the wiki
describing when it is appropriate to use disused;key=value and when to add
disused=yes and what the effects of those two approaches will be on standard
If we have that guarantee, and document it, there's a chance other cartos
adopt the same approach. Otherwise all we can do is document that it works
that way on standard carto today, but there is no guarantee that it will
in the future.
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