Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Stefano
2017-02-21 8:16 GMT+01:00 Malcolm Herring : > On 20/02/2017 20:14, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote: > >> agreed, the wiki page titled 'Harbour' gives an overview of both, maybe >> the page should be renamed >> > > I could rename it "Harbours and Ports" and add text to

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Malcolm Herring
PS: I was going to propose "landuse=port" as an obvious choice. ___ Tagging mailing list Tagging@openstreetmap.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Malcolm Herring
On 20/02/2017 20:14, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote: agreed, the wiki page titled 'Harbour' gives an overview of both, maybe the page should be renamed I could rename it "Harbours and Ports" and add text to cover ports, but first I need some agreed tagging for ports. That was the question asked

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
sent from a phone > On 20 Feb 2017, at 18:15, Malcolm Herring > wrote: > > Ports and harbours are not the same thing. A harbour is merely a sheltered > body of water protected by man made or natural structures. A port, on the > other hand, is the whole

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Malcolm Herring
Ports and harbours are not the same thing. A harbour is merely a sheltered body of water protected by man made or natural structures. A port, on the other hand, is the whole infrastructure for handling ships & their cargoes. This may include any number of harbour areas, but also wharves,

Re: [Tagging] Dead hedge

2017-02-20 Thread John F. Eldredge
In the USA, those would commonly be referred to as a brush pile or brush row. They are commonly seen at the edge of a field that has recently been cleared of bushes and saplings. Sometimes they are left to decay in place, sometimes they are burned, and sometimes they are ground up by a

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer
2017-02-20 16:58 GMT+01:00 : > I can't find any ports in my OSM data. I'm afraid I just forgot to add > this tag in styles when import. > Anyway, what is the correct way to get ports? > I would have expected them in man_made but apparently they are "hidden" in

Re: [Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread Nelson A. de Oliveira
On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 12:58 PM, wrote: > I can't find any ports in my OSM data. I'm afraid I just forgot to add this > tag in styles when import. > Anyway, what is the correct way to get ports? They are "harbours" You can take a look at

[Tagging] landuse=industrial with industrial=port

2017-02-20 Thread magno . abreu
I can't find any ports in my OSM data. I'm afraid I just forgot to add this tag in styles when import.Anyway, what is the correct way to get ports?In openstreetmap.org I can't find them too but I don't know if the port was just not added yet.This is the Rio de Janeiro port. When I query this area

Re: [Tagging] Dead hedge

2017-02-20 Thread Jerry Clough - OSM
Just re-read the section in the BCTV handbook and the form they describe under "dead hedging" is rather different from the straightforward brash pile. Both exist, although in my experience the latter is commoner, but I don't do conservation work in woodland suffering from too much grazing by

Re: [Tagging] Dead hedge

2017-02-20 Thread Jerry Clough - OSM
I've many such things: the material is called brash (sometimes brush) in the UK. It is often just collected in piles or in longer rows (typically at the edge of the area being worked on) and these are usually referred to as brash piles. Brash is also used to deliberately fill gaps to discourage

Re: [Tagging] knotted willows

2017-02-20 Thread Jerry Clough - OSM
There are problems with this approach. Many trees are pollarded once in their lifetimes: I'm currently looking out at some Beech trees which were probably pollarded 70 years ago, and there's a Birch which was pollarded rather crudely 50 years ago in the neighbours garden.  Ancient pollards can

Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - CoreIndoor

2017-02-20 Thread Simon Poole
Currently nothing breaks when SIT is used and additional ways are added as a stop gap measure to enable "current" routing engines to work a bit in such areas (just as it is common to do with pedestrian areas and so on), and nobody has suggested that such mapping be outlawed (if that was at all