[OSM-talk] junction_ref=<whatever>

Robert (Jamie) Munro rjmunro at arjam.net
Fri Mar 16 14:30:50 GMT 2007


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David Earl wrote:
>> I appreciate the work you're putting into the proposals process.
>> However, I won't vote on this, or practically any proposal, without
>> seeing what is actually being proposed (as opposed to the general
>> concept, which is often quite clear). I see a long conversation on
>> that page, but nothing else. Nothing technical, nothing specific.
> 
> That's because the page is a link from the proposed_features page (linked
> from the top), which is where the tag and context is stated explicitly.
> 
>> On the page for each proposal, please make sure that the proposal is
>> clearly stated. Is this applied to a node, a way, an area etc?
> 
> It quite clearly says in the proposed_features page in the appropiate column
> that it is applied to a node.

I think it should be applied to all the ways that make the junction
(i.e. tagged highway=motorway_link, or junction=roundabout etc.). It
only makes sense as a node if it is a simple crossroads in a non-dual
carriageway.

Also, we need a way to keep junction 12 of the M25 with junction 2 of
the M3, which are both the same junction, but not allow confusion with
junction 2 of the M25 or junction 12 of the M3, which are completely
different places.

Robert (Jamie) Munro
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