[OSM-talk] England, Wales, Scotland borders
richard.mann.westoxford at googlemail.com
Tue Oct 6 18:33:30 BST 2009
The regional development agencies have quite big budgets, actually. But I'd
agree that "England" needs to have it's own level.
On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 4:29 PM, Ed Avis <eda at waniasset.com> wrote:
> Igor Brejc <igor.brejc <at> gmail.com> writes:
> >For days now I've been trying to figure out how I could render borders
> >between England, Wales and Scotland using OSM data,
> > 1. Borders between these countries are tagged with the same
> > admin_level=4 as that of subdivisions inside England (example:
> > North East England, http://osm.org/go/evykef-?relation=151164).
> > Now I'm not a constitutional expert, but I think Wales and
> > Scotland represent different level of territorial division than
> > just a collection of England's counties.
> Agreed. These English regions are largely spurious (they have some kind
> of 'development agency' with a small budget, but no real political
> existence or power) and certainly not equivalent to the border between
> England and Scotland or between federal states in countries like the USA
> or Germany. They look very odd on the main slippy map.
> I propose to just retag them as anything other than admin_level=4, any
> Ed Avis <eda at waniasset.com>
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