[OSM-talk] [tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (boundary=military)
nelson at crynwr.com
Thu Oct 15 19:33:15 BST 2009
> On Wed, 14 Oct 2009, Shaun McDonald wrote:
> > Before you propose a tag, you should be using it.
To show people how you're using it. http://osm.org/....
> Doesn't it make sense to ask around before using something -
> someone may come up with a good example they are already using,
If I want to use key=value, and key=value isn't defined yet, then *by
definition* anybody else's example isn't good. If it was good, then
it would capture all the key=values that have the same meaning.
For example, if you think it should be boundary=military/service=army
rather than boundary=army, then you should put in a redirect from
Tag:boundary=army to Tag:boundary=military#army . If somebody
disagrees with you, they can edit that page away from being a simple
redirect, insert their reasoning and include
Tag:boundary=military#army as a link to "other people have different
> or a simple reason why your tag is not good.
Could you list some simple reasons, please? I don't understand what
you mean by "not good".
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