I would assume that the routing/navigation argument is a valid one. The
delivery van wants to stop as close as possible to the real entrance  of
the buildings, where he can ring the bell. In many case this is not on the
building but on the entrance to the property.. I have a real case
nearby (Mapillary
image <https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/Q8nGIgfrQcaB8pUmaabUaQ>).
This entrance gate has the house number 20, and  the people live in the
condominiums that are partially visible behind. Below the number-20 plate
are the door bells and to the left the letter boxes. It is at this gate
where the delivery van has to stop to ting the door bell.

On Tue, 7 Jan 2020 at 00:25, Dave F via Tagging <tagging@openstreetmap.org>

> On 05/01/2020 18:37, Marc Gemis wrote:
> > This depends on the country.
> > It is "forbidden" to put the address on the building in Denmark,
> Hi
> Where does it say that? Where does it say it's forbidden to add address
> data to building polygons in OSM?
> Keeping address data separate from buildings (which contain the primary
> tags) reduces the usefulness of the data. It prevents mail-sort
> compilations for residential houses. or locating all hairdressers in
> Randers.
> Recently, I asked a few people, including JKHougaard,  the creator of
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/user/autoAWS, but the all failed to confirm.
> He gave this as an explanation:
> "The reason we treat addresses in Denmark nodes is because that is how
> an address is legally defined here."
>   However, he failed to say how this Danish opendata licence prevents it
> from being transferred to buildings within OSM
> This was given to me by another user as justification:
> "The house number in the address shall refer to the exterior entrance
> door or similar to a building or part of a building which the address
> identifies." https://w2l.dk/file/661441/The_Danish_Adress_act.pdf
> But that says nothing about it relating to OSM
> This was provided by another user & I suspect is getting close to the
> real reason:
> "Transferring the data to buildings will mess up the maintenance"
> I asked JKHougaard why his bot couldn't be updated to check ways. "that
> is beyond my coding skills" was his reply.
> I may be wrong, but given the responses I can only conclude it's a smoke
> screen to cover up the limitations of the bot.
> DaveF
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