[Tagging] Tagging piste:difficulty for track piste:type=nordic; skitour
mira.mikes at gmail.com
Wed May 5 19:19:16 UTC 2021
sorry for the late answer.
Alternative 1) and also 2) is very time consuming and not very easy and
I saw quite a lot of piste:grooming=skate;classic or
piste:grooming=skate+classic used in Czech mountains and also some cases of
piste:type=skitour;nordic or piste:type=downhill;nordic
So I wouldn't say it is a rare cases ... and maybe they would be even more
usual if there would be a defined way to tag them.
I've also contacted OsmAnd support ( my favorite map app) with this
question and you were right two values separated with semicolon are not
I've opened a bug in their tracker with this topic because I believe there
are such cases in real situations.
čt 29. 4. 2021 v 12:49 odesílatel Yves via Tagging <
tagging at openstreetmap.org> napsal:
> 2) Paul's second option is not very advisable when you map difficulty and
> grooming on each way of the route.
> Both several difficulties (or grooming) semicolon separated and adjacent
> ways are present in the database, but they are very rare.
> The semicolon variant is not likely to be used by data consumer, and
> multiple ways are a pain to edit, so I'm afraid that there is no formal and
> good solution to this yet.
> Yves - Opensnowmap
> Le 29 avril 2021 09:38:20 GMT+02:00, Paul Allen <pla16021 at gmail.com> a
> écrit :
>> On Thu, 29 Apr 2021 at 06:44, Jaromír Mikeš <mira.mikes at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Would something like this make sense?
>>> Different difficulty in same order as piste types?
>> It makes sense to the extent that something similar was done for
>> electricity pylons, but data consumers may not bother to implement
>> Two alternatives:
>> 1) Duplicate the way, make one piste:type=nordic + piste:difficulty=
>> intermediate; make the other piste:type=skitour; piste:difficulty=easy.
>> 2) Use route=piste to create two routes that both incorporate the same
>> way, one route for nordic and the other for skitour.
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