Florian Lohoff writes:
> "Public roads of low importance within town and cities that are not
> residential may also be highway=unclassified."
> Residential roads are by definition:
Jan S writes:
> Am 22. Februar 2019 17:59:28 MEZ schrieb Paul Allen :
>>Residential areas, to me, are
> That may be true in Western Europe, but in many places in other parts
> of the world there may be areas of residential use that are not named
> or only have, sometimes
This will not suit the situation in Nederland, as explained earlier in this
thread. We would have tons of exceptions on all the ‘ usually’s’ and ‘
Fr gr Peter Elderson
> Op 23 feb. 2019 om 00:09 heeft Graeme Fitzpatrick het
> volgende geschreven:
>> On Fri, 22 Feb 2019 at
On Fri, 22 Feb 2019 at 20:48, Eugene Podshivalov wrote:
> The primary concern of mine about the current definitios of drain and
> ditch is that some people are differentiating them by size.
> or stay close to dictionary definitions which assumes some overlapping
> between the meanings. Here is
Am 22. Februar 2019 17:59:28 MEZ schrieb Paul Allen :
>On Fri, 22 Feb 2019 at 16:42, Florian Lohoff wrote:
>> I have never said that residential may only be used in city limits.
No, but other did. Sorry I didn't separate this from the reference to your
post. No offense meant.
On Fri, 22 Feb 2019 at 16:42, Florian Lohoff wrote:
> I have never said that residential may only be used in city limits.
> I have said that as soon as there is usage for residential purposes
> its not unclassified - Thats exactly the terminology from the wiki:
On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 05:23:36PM +0100, Jan S wrote:
> I understand the documentation of the highway tag as indicating that
> "unclassified" indeed designates a more important road than
> "residential". Under "usage" it reads: "See the table below for an
> ordered list from most important
Am 22. Februar 2019 16:20:23 MEZ schrieb Florian Lohoff :
>On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 04:54:09AM -0700, Richard Fairhurst wrote:
>> Florian Lohoff wrote:
>> > From the original meaning unclassified was the lowest class road
>> > in rural or off city limits. residential was the lowest class road
On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 04:54:09AM -0700, Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> Florian Lohoff wrote:
> > From the original meaning unclassified was the lowest class road
> > in rural or off city limits. residential was the lowest class road
> > within city limits. (Assuming that city limits mean
On 15.02.19 11:03, Stephan Bösch-Plepelits wrote:
> Example: There is this museum, which openened in 2011, but the building is
> much older, it was built in 1725:
The root of the issue is that two different features (a building, and a
On 21.02.19 21:46, Yuri Astrakhan wrote:
> Does this essentially mean that data consumers should treat
> architect:wikidata as an overriding tag?
I wouldn't want to tell data consumers that they should. Depending on
who contributed it, "architect" might have better or worse information
On 22.02.19 12:46, Ulrich Lamm wrote:
> if you map a dyke, ID-editor recently gives a warning that a dyke ought to be
> a closed (circular) line.
I put this into an id ticket:
Frederik Ramm ## eMail frede...@remote.org
if you map a dyke, ID-editor recently gives a warning that a dyke ought to be a
closed (circular) line.
On lowland coasts such as in Germany, this demand is a nonsense.
Some dyke lines (especially on the North Sea) have a length of several hundreds
of kilometers. Nobody can map them
The primary concern of mine about the current definitios of drain and ditch
is that some people are differentiating them by size.
Since there is no consent on "drain" tag deprecation, I suggest to at least
correct the current definitions to prevent the misuse.
We can either make a clear
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