[Tagging] Update - RFC - Special Economic Zones

Frederik Ramm frederik at remote.org
Tue Nov 3 09:33:52 UTC 2020


my opinion is that stuff that is not visible on the ground and not
meaningfully editable by mappers needs a very strong reason to be mapped
at all.

1. Are SEZ boundaries visible on the ground (signage, physical separation)?

2. If not, do SEZ boundaries usually coincide with existing
administrative boundaries (counties X and Y as well as the city of Z
together form the SEZ)?

3. If not, how would you get your hands on the SEZ boundary?

4. In how far is it useful for mappers to modify the SEZ boundary based
on their knowledge or aerial imagery?


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