Alright everyone, after a good night of sleep, things are somewhat clearer.
It seems that it is pretty clear what the tagging should be for those networks (man_made=pipeline + substance=water + usage=heat_transfer) - so lets not change that. (There was a minor issue that François had on how to map the nominal power exchange, but I'll send a different mail for that, so that the mails stay on-topic). I was however missing a page describing how to map those heat networks (my wiki searches didn't turn op anything), so that indicates a problem on the documentation side - and that is why I added the new wiki page. This is the first wiki/tagging page that I ever made; so I don't really know if I'm doing it "the right way". About the wiki page: I don't think it should go through the proposals; as there are no new tags proposed; but it rather serves a specific "how to tag"-manual. So IMHO, it can stay where it is (correct me if I'm wrong). Met vriendelijke groeten, Pieter Vander Vennet 2018-02-09 1:21 GMT+01:00 Pieter Vander Vennet <pieterv...@gmail.com>: > It is a bit of ordering my thoughts, and a page specific for these needs > (so that people can find it). > > As no new tags are introduced, I don't think it should go through the > proposal process, so I would indeed say it is a howto draft. > > Anyway, it's late, I'm rambling and have no idea what I am doing. > > > Met vriendelijke groeten, > Pieter Vander Vennet > > 2018-02-08 23:27 GMT+01:00 marc marc <marc_marc_...@hotmail.com>: > >> Le 08. 02. 18 à 20:53, Pieter Vander Vennet a écrit : >> >> > <https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Heat_distribution_netwo >> rk_pipelines> (a >> > tagging proposal >> >> if it's a proposal, please move it to the proposed_feature space >> but what's the proposed feature ? only adding substence=hot_water and >> temperature ? others tags already exist. >> or it's a howto draft ? or a user talk page related to this question ? >> >> 2018-02-08 20:45 GMT+01:00 Lorenzo Mastrogiacomi : >> > I would accept "hot_water" as substance >> > but "heat" is definely not a substance and says nothing about >> > (could be water, steam or oil or anything else). >> >> in this case, steam is also not a substance :-) >> if you want to be a purist about words, it should be >> substance=water or air (or oil although I don't know any of them) >> usage=heat_transfer >> and for substance=water, state=liquid or steam/gas >> _______________________________________________ >> Tagging mailing list >> Tagging@openstreetmap.org >> https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging >> > >
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