[OSM-talk] OSM is a right mess (was: Craigslist OpenStreetMap Rendering Issue)
janjko at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 11:02:25 UTC 2015
I don't get the problem with k=v instead of just v. There is a function
called concatenate which solves that.
We should move away from mapping directly with tags, and to a system like
iDs, with descriptions that hide tags. For a database it's irrelevant if
it's "oneway=yes" or "4658". All this talk about correct k=v combinations
is bikeshedding to me. Only DB admins and tag proposers should ever see
what a tag looks like.
sri, 3. lip 2015. 12:22 Lester Caine <lester at lsces.co.uk> je napisao:
> On 03/06/15 10:30, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
> >> Just what combination is right for a single retail building with a
> >> > leisure facility on the ground floor and accommodation above?
> > I don't think a combination of tags is the best answer to this question,
> it's rather a combination of objects (3, one for the building, one for the
> ground floor facility, one for the accommodation facility)
> I think my point here was that there is a single building, but a number
> of uses within that outline. We don't have a convenient method of
> handling different objects on different floors within the one set of
> 'ways'. The areas I'm trying to tidy up are small shopping malls which
> have shops within shops on multiple levels ... with accommodation above.
> A combination of objects is just what I'm looking for, but with
> different outlines for each object ...
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