[Talk-scotland] (no subject)
eric.grosso.os at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 17:14:12 UTC 2015
Craig, thanks a lot for that.
I'll follow your recommendations except the last one (even if I agree that
it would probably be better) because the person who mapped these boundaries
wants probably to be able to download them in an easy way. If we use a
relation here, it'll be not so easy to do it (even if possible using JOSM
or tools like http://polygons.openstreetmap.fr/).
On 6 October 2015 at 16:11, Craig Wallace <craigw84 at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> On 2015-10-06 13:12, Eric Grosso wrote:
>> These boundaries have been created in the context of the last elections
>> and represent the Scottish Parliament Constituencies for Edinburgh.
>> You can see them on the OS website as well:
>> The different boundaries aren't topological (i.e. they don't share the
>> same common boundaries).
>> I fully agree with what Donald wrote about it. As he suggested to
>> improve tagging, do you think something like "Edinburgh Southern
>> Parliamentary Constituency" rather than "SOUTH" would be more
>> appropriate? If yes I can improve them (as I have to improve one of them
>> which has been accidentally orthogonalised).
> Constituency boundaries should be tagged as boundary=political. See this
> page: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:boundary%3Dpolitical
> Plus there is a tag for political_division=parl_const
> Though that seems ambiguous, as it doesn't specify if its the Scottish or
> UK parliament. And what about Scottish parliament electoral regions?
> The name tag should be the full official name of the constituency, ie
> "Edinburgh South".
> Also would probably be better to map them as boundary relations, instead
> of just ways. As that means they can share ways where they overlap.
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