[Tagging] Overlapping naturals
Rafael Avila Coya
ravilacoya at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 08:50:48 UTC 2020
This is interesting. But what if the (for example) silvopasture would
occupy exactly the same area fo the landuse=forest and the
landuse=meadow? Of course we could handle this with a new tag
landuse=silvopasture. But for other cases? Would it be good to have to
exact different way, one with each tag? or better one with the 2 values
separated with ; ? Y guess the second solution would be better. But I
can't imagine a real case now. For example, the forested military would
be probably landuse=military, as it is the main use of the land. The
residential area in forest would be just a landuse=residential.
Industrial areas in military would again be landuse=military in my
opinion, unless the industrial area inside is just let by the military
body as a lease for an enterprise to use that piece of land. Same for
railways inside military base.
In general, like Florian, I hesitate to have two intersecting areas with
the same key (and different values), but Joseph Eisenberg answer makes
O 02/06/20 ás 23:19, Mateusz Konieczny via Tagging escribiu:
> Jun 2, 2020, 21:37 by f at zz.de:
> Hi Rafael,
> On Tue, Jun 02, 2020 at 04:05:47PM +0200, Rafael Avila Coya wrote:
> Hi, all:
> Let's say we have a natural=scrub for example. Inside it (a
> part of it)
> becomes seasonally wet, for example during the rainy (wet)
> season. How would
> you better map this? Some possible approaches:
> 1. Having the area of all the scrub as natural=scrub, and the
> area that
> becomes wet in its interior as natural=wetland + seasonal=yes (or
> 2. Having a natural=scrub for the whole area, and for the
> wetland area
> temporary:natural=wetland @ (May-Oct) or
> temporary:natural=wetland @
> 3. Using a relation, with the tag natural=scrub, and the inner
> way with the
> tags natural=scrub + temporary:natural=wetland @ (...)
> For me overlapping natural or landuses are broken. An area can either
> be a natural=wood or a landuse=farmland. You cant include the same
> area in two types of usages or naturals.
> You can.
> You can have silvopasture ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvopasture )
> You can have forested military base with wetland (real case).
> You can probably find military base (landuse=military) with
> There are residential areas in forests, there are industrial zones in
> military bases,
> there are railway areas in military bases.
> etc etc
> You will have overlapping areas or stuff like
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