[talk-ch] Is it possible to adapt the "to" member of a "destination_sign" tag?

Raphaël Terrettaz r.terrettaz at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 09:43:10 CET 2022


Hello and happy new year !


My idea is to be able to visualize together on a map the indications of a
panel and the corresponding paths. For the moment this is not possible,
because the 2 relations are not linked.


There are also signs that offer several routes to reach another point. In
this case, it wille be easy to visualize the various proposal. For example,
this sign shows 3 different routes to reach "Col de la Forclaz":

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chemin_p%C3%A9destre_-_Poteau_inducteur_-_L%27Arpille_-_Alpage.jpg


Best regards

Raphaël



Le lun. 20 déc. 2021 à 22:30, Raphael <dafadllyn at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Hi Raphaël
>
> On Mon, 20 Dec 2021 at 15:39, Raphaël Terrettaz <r.terrettaz at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > When I display the map, I can only seen 2 circles. That will not really
> help users. In the destination_sign I could indicate the first way, it will
> be little more explicit. But if I could enter the relation to the
> destination in the "to", there would be a great gain of information.
> >
> > Do you know why the "to" member is not accepting a relation ? Is it
> possible to change it ?
>
> The purpose of the `type=destination_sign` relation is to record the
> information that is written on a direction sign (signpost) as well as
> its direction. Therefore a node with a `intersection` role and a node
> or way with a `to` role are sufficient, see also [^1] and [^2].
>
> I don't see much benefit in adding the hiking route relation to a
> `type=destination_sign` relation. Instead this would likely make it
> much more complex for applications that use OSM data to support it.
>
> [^1]: https://hiking.waymarkedtrails.org/#guidepost?id=983522585
> [^2]:
> https://osm.mueschelsoft.de/destinationsign/example/index.htm#node=983522585
>
> By the way, guideposts are usually mapped at its real position next to
> a `highway=*` way and it seems that most mappers agree that the
> `name=*` of a hiking route should be reserved for real route names
> (e.g. the Via Alpina or the Alpine Passes Trail).
>
> Best regards from a namesake :)
>
> Raphael (dafadllyn)
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