[Talk-transit] validator rule for public_transport=platform
winfixit at gmail.com
Thu May 7 09:32:04 UTC 2015
There is a reason why we are keeping the nodes representing the poles. They
have all the details since the beginning and we need them to keep track of
changes coming in from the PT operators upstream.
It's also easier to keep track of the history of that particular bus stop.
Moving from node to way breaks the continuity of the history. There is no
practical way to know what (deleted) node the new platform way was based on.
2015-05-07 11:26 GMT+02:00 Nounours77 <kuessemondtaeglich at gmail.com>:
> > On 2015-05-07 10:13, Jo wrote:
> >> I'm getting messages from the validator claiming
> >> can only be used on way or closed_way. This is not true. It can be used
> >> perfectly well on nodes. In that case the node represents the position
> >> the pole.
> > A platform is not a pole…
> It is also common practice in Switzerland to map poles with
> "public_transport=platform". In difference to what jo writes, we normally
> do not have BOTH, poles and plateform. If the platform is mapped, the
> properties of the pole are then transfered to the platform, and the pole
> node removed.
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