hello,

no tag to explain in the middle of an abandoned road a huge amount of soil with sometimes some small stones to block cars ???

http://eichlervision.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/mini-090422_04-dirt.jpg

how to create a new tag ?

asked 01 Feb '12, 15:29

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https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Template:Map_Features:barrier

just added "debris" tag... it's a pity than the tag photo was a slope :-(

(03 Feb '12, 16:57) willemijns

That looks like a temporary dump of earth for a construction, and if so you might not bother to map it since it will be gone soon-ish ?

Otherwise, that looks like a barrier=block or barrier=debris to me. Check taginfo for inspiration if the wiki doesn't have a fitting tag.

Tags and values in OSM follow some conventions but are otherwise free-form. You do not need to "create a tag" before using it. The online editor (potlach) shows some handy presets, but if you click on the "advanced" tab you will be able to set any tag and value you want (think hard before deciding that the usual keys/values are not adapted, though).

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answered 01 Feb '12, 17:24

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on my case it is a dump of gound in the middle of the official road of the only old abandonned swimming-pool road access (the swimming poll was destroyed since X years, the road itself is abandonned)

IMHO i think soil can be used... i will post a photo tommoroy...

(01 Feb '12, 18:20) willemijns
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Yes, you can use any tags you like.

(02 Feb '12, 00:47) SomeoneElse ♦
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In my area (mid UK) vacant sites and gate ways are often blocked with large concrete blocks,heavy agricultural kit or piles of soil to stop travellers from setting up caravan sites without permission.It is usually easy to walk or cycle around these obstructions if it takes you to a right of way for those modes of transport. In think a bollard indicates that vehicles cannot get through if tagged correctly.

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answered 01 Feb '12, 21:03

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edited 03 Feb '12, 23:00

Bollards can be ignored by pedestrians and cyclists, a big pile of dirt - not so much. Not to speak that there is no bollard in that place.

(02 Feb '12, 01:12) LM_1
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