[Tagging] Waterway equivalent of noexit=yes?

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Sat Jul 18 18:40:50 UTC 2020

Jul 18, 2020, 19:52 by tod at fitchfamily.org:

> During this period of “social distancing” I’ve been trying to work down the number of errors that tools like Osmose have reported about my editing. I am getting close to starting on the warnings about waterways not connecting properly. There are a couple of situations that I’ve mapped that I believe would benefit from having a waterway equivalent to the noexit tag used on highways:
> A number of housing developments in my semi-arid area have concrete lined exposed drainage ditches installed on hill side cuttings to control erosion. Those ditches usually lead to a grates to an underground storm water piping system. The issue is that there is little or no evidence where those underground pipes go. So the exposed drainage ditches I’ve mapped just end at the grate and I get warnings from QA tools.
Is there some existing OSM tags to map such grates? QA too should not complain about ditches
disappearing into them.

It may require inventing a new tag.

> drain:point_feature=inflow_pipe”
But this tag is horrible, looks like something from an import.

man_made=drain_grate ?

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