Re: [Potlatch-dev] [OpenStreetMap] #3798: Popdown display for footway

2017-03-24 Thread OpenStreetMap
#3798: Popdown display for footway
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  Reporter:  DaveF  |  Owner:  potlatch-dev@…
  Type:  defect | Status:  closed
  Priority:  minor  |  Milestone:
 Component:  potlatch2  |Version:  2.0
Resolution:  wontfix|   Keywords:  popdown basic footway
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Changes (by Richard):

 * status:  new => closed
 * resolution:   => wontfix


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Re: [Potlatch-dev] [OpenStreetMap] #3798: Popdown display for footway

2011-06-07 Thread OpenStreetMap
#3798: Popdown display for footway
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 Reporter:  DaveF  |   Owner:  potlatch-dev@…   
 
 Type:  defect |  Status:  new  
 
 Priority:  minor  |   Milestone:   
 
Component:  potlatch2  | Version:  2.0  
 
 Keywords:  popdown basic footway  |  
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Comment(by stevage):

 I mean, it's redundant to tag foot=yes and highway=footway, because
 highway=footway implies the latter (or rather, it implies
 highway=designated). See
 http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_tags_for_routing/Access-
 Restrictions

 It's the same for Designated etc. It's inconsistent to display it to
 allow only the amending of an existing tag but not adding new ones.

 Yep. Potlatch 2 is inconsistent. OSM tags are inconsistent. The current
 arrangement lets you express most situations. It could probably be
 improved further.

 I'm not sure if you're just unfamiliar with how PL2 works (dropdowns
 appear on the Basic tab either if they're set to always appear there, or
 if the value that they set happens to be set for the given object) or you
 have a particular change in mind.

 The existence of a footpath doesn't mean there's a legal right to walk it

 But a footpath that is not accessible to the general public is the
 exception rather than the rule, and that's why the dropdown box doesn't
 appear on the Basic tab, and why it *does* appear on the Pedestrian tab.
 Thanks for helping confirm that the current situation is probably right.
 :)

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