[Tagging] Overlapping naturals

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Fri Jun 5 12:06:15 UTC 2020


And you are missing

(1) word "mainly"
(2) "Note: Two values of landuse=* may be view as not strictly land use.
       These are landuse=grass and landuse=forest. Please refer to the pages
       of these for more information."

present on this page.

Jun 5, 2020, 10:49 by ravilacoya at gmail.com:

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> I think you are missing one point here, and that's the one we      have in the landuse key wikipage:
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> "Mainly used to describe the primary use of land by humans."
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> If 2 or more uses, we should select the main one.
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> For your example, you might add the forest with a landcover tag,      or, if the main use of that inner forest is forestry rather than      farmland, a relation would be the best solution.
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> Cheers,
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> Rafael.
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> O 05/06/20 ás 01:43, Warin escribiu:
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>> On 3/6/20 5:37 am, Florian Lohoff        wrote:
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>>> For me overlapping natural or landuses are broken. An area can eitherbe a natural=wood or a landuse=farmland. You cant include the samearea in two types of usages or naturals.
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>> You can.
>> Farm land here can have trees to shelter animals from wind/sun and also to provide a wildlife corridor/refuge.So an area of landuse=farmland with an inner or overlap of natural=wood can be correct. An area of landuse=farmland with any other landuse could be wrong. However some areas are used for more than one thing.  
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