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Is a multipolygon needed here? I'm thinking about the residential area which is contained inside of the leisure=common. Should that area be an inner, or is it ok as it's mapped now?

asked 14 Oct '13, 07:06

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I don't think it is absolutely necessary, but if you do make the outer way of the residential area an inner member of a leisure=common multipolygon, you will then need to add tags to the inner area http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/way/242006119 of the residential area http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/relation/3267104 as at the moment the hole in the residential area looks to be rendering as what surrounds the residential area, but if you make the whole residential area a hole in the common then that bit in the middle will be part of the hole too. I think.

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answered 14 Oct '13, 08:41

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I created the residential multipoly after I asked this question, but thanks for pointing it out. I'm also not sure if the inner area needs to be a multipolygon inner either, or it can just be tagged as leisure=common, but then it's leisure=common on leisure=common and that's seems a bit strange... If no one else objects I'll keep it as it is.

(14 Oct '13, 08:44) Grillo
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