[OSM-talk] Entances (was Layers and landuse)
ricoz.osm at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 10:47:52 UTC 2015
On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 03:47:14PM +0100, Lester Caine wrote:
> On 30/06/15 11:36, Richard Z. wrote:
> > On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 04:14:07PM +0100, Lester Caine wrote:
> >> On 29/06/15 15:08, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
> >>> The step from 2D to 3D would add a lot of complexity on the mappers, narrowing down the mass of contributors potentially willing and able to participate. Everyone would have to deal with this: It's difficult to imagine introducing 3D in parallel (as long as you don't do it completely disconnected, i.e. a fork), because everything is connected and someone not aware of 3D information would damage it inadvertently as soon as he was starting to make 2D edits on 3D data.
> >> I'm not so bothered about 3D, but rather making it a little clearer on
> >> 2D maps that one HAS to go a particular way when the road other side of
> >> the building IS 5 stories below, and the main road is three stories
> >> below that. People who have visited Malta will know what I am saying,
> >> but following a satnav somewhere you don't know after a long flight ...
> >> it would be nice if the map warned you :)
> > In some cases you could use embankment, natural=cliff or building=wall separating
> > the road and the building would that work here?
> http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/35.95833/14.36246 was where I had
> the fun at Christmas. Vertically this area is well over 10 stories high
> which the steps only hint at. We stayed at the Pergola Club Hotel and
> the osmand took me to the bottom of the Trig Adenau steps while the
> entrance to the car park was 5 stories above :) Other parts of Malta
> were just as much fun ... and while around here is not quite so steep,
> there are a number of places with similar problems when trying to work
> out just where to drive.
The map link does not tell me much, need a house object or something
like that to look at.
have you tried any of these?
imho a good routing program would display a list of existing
entrance points and let you choose from those.
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