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Opened 20 months ago

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#22284 new enhancement

Warn about indoor=no inside and indoor=yes outside of a building polygon

Reported by: skyper Owned by: team
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Core validator Version:
Keywords: indoor building Cc:

Description

I recently found objects with indoor=no inside a building polygon. Without any or identical value of layer=* this should trigger a warning. Similar is true for indoor=yes without a surrounding building polygon.

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comment:1 by Hufkratzer, 20 months ago

Some mappers think that something can have indoor=yes and outdoor=yes at the same time. Maybe this is not a good idea, but it is in the wiki, see:

comment:2 by Klumbumbus, 20 months ago

Also I just think of a building overhang or arcades (e.g. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arkade#/media/Datei:Arkadenhof_der_Universt%C3%A4t_Wien-2_1200.jpg) then a feature can be outside while being inside the building polygon in osm.
This was maybe even the reason for indoor=* and outdoor=* in the first place to mark things e.g. as outdoor while it seems to be indoor in the osm data.

comment:3 by skyper, 20 months ago

I think both indoor=* and outdoor=* with identical values does not make sense but thanks for the reminder of outdoor=*.
In my opinion, we still need a layer=* for overhangs of buildings, like arcades or roofs, respectively for features on top of buildings.

A situations where one of the tags is really useful are feature mounted on the wall like node/9819487704/history.

in reply to:  3 ; comment:4 by skyper, 20 months ago

Replying to skyper:

I think both indoor=* and outdoor=* with identical values does not make sense.

Regarding the examples, we probably need a new tag for features which are partly indoor and partly outdoor.

in reply to:  4 ; comment:5 by anonymous, 20 months ago

If indoor=yes means "completely indoors" and outdoor=yes means "completely outdoors" then something that is partly indoors (and partly outdoors) could be described with
indoor=no + outdoor=no
(not completely indoors and not completely outdoors).

indoor=yes + outdoor=yes used 65 times.
indoor=no + outdoor=no used 2 times.

in reply to:  5 comment:6 by Klumbumbus, 20 months ago

Replying to anonym:

... then something that is partly indoors (and partly outdoors) could be described with
indoor=no + outdoor=no

That would be too confusing.

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