davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com
Thu Jan 16 13:43:34 UTC 2020
On 16/01/2020 12:57, Paul Allen wrote:
>> So the wiki says now. It's not what it said in the past. But let's say you're
>> correct. We both know that standard carto doesn't render physical objects
>> with a disused prefix. I, and others, believe that it is important to
>> render physical objects whether they are used or disused because they are
>> navigational landmarks.
>> Joseph's example of a disused water tower is
>> a good one: it's a water tower and it exists and it's visible; whether or
>> not it is in use is of secondary importance (some might even argue it is of no
>> importance and shouldn't be tagged).
Then campaign to get Joseph/Carto to render disused:* prefix. To not use
disused:* because Carto doesn't currently render it is the tail wagging
the dog. Joseph has already said similar.
I'm unsure why Carto ignores such a popular tagging scheme.
>> So if you get your way and disused=yes becomes forbidden,
I never said any such thing.
>> or is treated the
>> same way as the disused prefix by standard carto
I want the opposite.
>> I don't see any upside to your position but I do see plenty of downside.
TBH, I think you've misinterpreted what I've said.
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