[talk-ch] beta-test winter sports map
yvecai at gmail.com
Tue Mar 26 21:24:18 CET 2013
On pistes-nordiques I tried to avoid the colour scheme
green/blue/red/... to promote relation mapping and the color tag on
crosscountry pistes. I admit it's not very nice in Switzerland, because
XC ski organizations tendto quit color marking of the pistes here . The
dashing scheme of openpistemap wasn't that bad.
About color coding, one thing I have in my todo list but never done is a
different scheme for North America :
On 03/26/2013 08:35 PM, Michael Spreng wrote:
> I see the need for a more fine grained rendering of Nordic slopes, but
> there is always the map colouring dilemma. There are only a handful of
> easily recognized and differentiating colours available.
> There was the idea of splitting up the map into the different modes of
> transportation. I didn't do it, but it is an option.
> The drawing of downhill slopes is pretty standardized, but Nordic pistes
> vary in colour, or are arbitrarily coloured by route, which makes it a
> bit difficult to find a simple, concise colouring or dashing scheme. I'm
> open to good suggestions.
> So in the end, your awesome map at http://www.pistes-nordiques.org
> already does the job for Nordic skiers, so people specifically
> interested in nordic skiing can directly go there and are very well
> served. So what I did now is maybe more directed at the 'Sissies' ;).
> On 23.03.2013 16:55, yvecai wrote:
>> Good job!
>> Would be great to have the nordic pistes and relations in color too. I
>> mean, other than pink, *lifts* are for sissies :)
>> On 03/23/2013 10:23 AM, Michael Spreng wrote:
>>> Dear fellow mappers
>>> During this winter, I have taken lonvias excellent route map 
>>> framework  and extended it to render skiing slopes, sledding pistes
>>> and snowshoe trails. If you want to have a look go to
>>> http://slopemap.osmd.ch, and look for your favourite winter sports area.
>>> The map displays ways and relations tagged with piste:type, and for
>>> downhill skiing requires the tag piste:difficulty.
>>> A short remark for the tagging: pistes are usually mapped as ways. I
>>> have seen quite a few examples where the name of the piste was mapped as
>>> the name tag, or the number as ref. To avoid ambiguity, use the
>>> piste:ref tag for the number/letter and the piste:name tag for the name.
>>> Have a nice weekend
>>>  http://waymarkedtrails.org
>>>  https://github.com/lonvia/waymarked-trails-site
>>>  http://slopemap.osmd.ch
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