[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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