HEllo, Since the rendering is aware of the problem and its answer is "there's a schema missing able to be used." : - make a fork of rendering is useless if the data does not exist - it is enough to make a proposed feature to fill the gap.
Regard, Marc Le 22. 02. 18 à 10:41, Glenn Plas a écrit : > Mapping for the renderer is de facto wrong and what you experience now > (in france etc.) is the endresult of that attitude. I don't understand > why you get discouraged on OSM because of a map you don't like. It's > like saying: "I don't contribute to Wikipedia anymore because when I > print a page out, it's not aligned the way I want it." > > There are several options for anyone in your situation: > > 1. make your own map. There are several sites that allow you to make > custom maps. > 2. more technical: copy cartoCSS, change whatever you want, set up a > tile server and enjoy your perfectly suited map > 3. try to change the consensus, lobby for universal solution, try to get > the standard cartoCSS changed to your likings (and repeat later when > someone else does the same) > 4. Look for existing map alternatives (different renderings) > > You should realise that it has nothing to do with the source data. > There are already ton's of different map rendering out there, perhaps > one will be perfect for you. > > Don't stop mapping because of someone elses decision to represent a > feature in a way that doesn't appeal to you. It's the worst reason to > stop as that might just change in an instant. > > Glenn > > > On 19-01-18 16:43, Karel Adams wrote: >> When I first consulted maps - paper-only, at that time, of course - >> the famous Michelin 1:200000 had distinct symbols for (bigger) >> airports, (smaller) airfields, and glider fields. As of 2018, the >> generic map of openstreetmap has only a single icon to represent >> anything mapped with "aeroway:aerodrome" - and all of them rendered as >> from zoomlevel=13 - and none below. >> >> This is really very bad. Why should I want to contribute to a system >> that delivers poorer info than paper maps of 50 years old? >> >> Even worse, many active and able mappers are reluctant to update the >> database properly because the correct info will be so poorly rendered. >> Especially in France and Italy, where I had endless arguments with >> people removing the "aeroway=aerodrome" tag from real proper >> aerodromes, because they didn't want their local grass runway mapped >> the same as CDG Roissy airport. Even if I don't agree, I can fully >> understand their point of view! >> >> What is the proper place to question this matter, and discuss schemes >> of improvement? Is there a discussion site for the renderer? >> >> >> >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Talk-be mailing list >> Talkemail@example.com >> https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-be > > > > _______________________________________________ > Talk-be mailing list > Talkfirstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-be > _______________________________________________ Talk-be mailing list Talkemail@example.com https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-be