v4.13 router profile for cross country skiing: make it less strict for walking sections
In v4.13 a router profile for cross country skiing has been added. It is really strict, which I like concerning e.g. oneway pistes, but it's IMHO too strict concerning short walks – considering it's quite comfortable to walk with back & cross country ski boots and I am unable to mix sections of different profiles in one route 🙊 making it quite inconvenient to manually fill the gaps with other profiles (recommendation in the annocuncing blog post).
For example, in https://link.locusmap.app/r/r34rug it prefers to send me 22km more instead of walking 100m:
While in this case, the root cause is that the existing piste is not imported (see Sledge piste only displayed green for ways, not relations), the behaviour also exists at other places. In such cases, I'd prefer if the router would ask me "There are 2 gaps of 100m in total. Do you want to walk them or strictly stay on piste but have 22km more distance?" or simply assume I wanna walk distances <500m (if no barrier like a fence, cliff or river is mapped there) and display a point with some warning icon on each walking passage, so I become aware and can look into details.
At https://link.locusmap.app/r/hko7fp at point 2, the two pistes with inverse directions are in fact accessible from each other, so no need to continue further east. IMHO if pistes are closer than around 25m to each other and no barrier (see above) is mapped in between them, it is sufficiently likely both can reached from each other to let the OSM data import for router insert a connection between both pistes.