[Talk-GB] B72 is a wrap
Andy Robinson (blackadder-lists)
ajrlists at gmail.com
Tue Feb 15 16:42:58 GMT 2011
One thing I forgot to add. On occasion where it's difficult to add stuff
without it conflicting with something else (like a snooker hall over shops
for example) I might make closed ways for the retail units and then simply
add a node for the snooker hall. Better than ignoring the data completely.
In a couple of occasions this week I have tried overlapping closed ways over
each other (some shared boundaries some not) to represent diffent uses at
different levels. It sort of works in the model ok but it doesn't render
>From: Laurence Penney [mailto:lorp at lorp.org]
>Sent: 14 February 2011 9:15 PM
>To: Andy Robinson (blackadder-lists)
>Cc: talk-gb at openstreetmap.org
>Subject: Re: [Talk-GB] B72 is a wrap
>Stunning work, Andy. I've recently been pointing people to Sutton Coldfield
>an example of the standard to which we Bristolians should be aspiring.
>One rambling question for now... As one maps an area in such detail, what
>kind of principle do you operate when you encounter useful information that
>can't yet usefully go into OSM for now. The blurry lines between pub,
>cafe, restaurant and fast food are well-known examples, that I am often
>tempted to represent using the semicolon. Buildings with multiple uses,
>as art centres with galleries, cinemas and cafe-bars, are another common
>complexity for which multiple nodes feels like a hack that will cause too
>information, or at least too much text, on most renderers. And you mention
>the issue of multiple floors - Bristol's new Cabot Circus shopping centre
>scary mapping prospect on that score alone. Maybe in other words I'm
>how often and with what methodology do you use the 'note' key?
> i.e. render, or be useful in other well-known OSM-powered services...
>at least be added without confusing simple-minded renderers that can't
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