[OSM-talk] Detrimental validation software
andrew.r.buck at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 13:04:35 UTC 2014
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Yes, in a case like the sidewalk separating them as a barrier though,
you can simply add a noexit=yes on the road end. All major error
checkers override the warning when this is present.
I think this is the obvious solution and am surprised this thread has
gone on this long. A simple mistake was made, it was found and
corrected, and people will be more careful in the future. This is how
OSM works, why are we still discussing this?
> +0.95 (because "grass" is really not a landuse but a landcover), or
> a fence, or guard rail or retaining wall or wall, or waterway, or
> bollard, or .... As soon as you micromap the stuff between the
> unconnected roads it should become clear that they aren't
> connected. In some rare cases there might be something that is hard
> to map, e.g. a sidewalk separating the two roads (in my area often
> with parked cars preventing also physically the connection for
> cars), which still could be abstracted as a footway connection.
> cheers, Martin
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