[Tagging] remove “rendering” from proposal template

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Thu Apr 22 20:53:41 UTC 2021

Apr 22, 2021, 16:08 by mail at jeroenhoek.nl:

> On 22-04-2021 15:39, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> The proposal template adds a Rendering section, but it doesn’t make
>> sense. There is some point of having such a section for tag
>> definition pages (in case there is a representation on the “standard”
>> map(s?)), but for a proposal I believe this only creates false
>> expectations. Tag proposals are about the way we describe the world,
>> if and when the tags will have an effect for a map rendering is a
>> completely different question, one that is not influenced by tagging
>> proposals.
> Proposal authors often do have a clear vision of how a proposal could
> affect renderers, and tagging proposals do have an (eventual) impact on
> rendering. Often tagging proposals address rendering issues that arise
> from lacunae in the tagging documentation.
In such cases it can be definitely mentioned.

It is not proposal to ban mentions of rendering.

But to stop suggesting that mentioning it is mandatory.
What is a good idea.
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