[Accessibility] wheelchair=yes/no vs. public_transport=stop_position/platform
email at michael-forster.de
Tue Oct 4 18:52:49 BST 2011
2011/10/4 Holger Dieterich <mail at holger-dieterich.de>:
> Holger from http://wheelmap.org here. We hope no edits get overridden
> by wheelmap edits. If it does, please email me an example so we can
> look into that.
When I said "overridden", then this is about cases where I moved the
wheelchair from the stop_position to the platform. wheelmap.org added
them back on the stop position.
> "stop" vs. "platform":
> We naively thought stop signs would be the appropriate place to put
> the wheelchair-tag. Now we are learning that it is more complex:
> First, you are right and the "platform" seems like a good place as
It seems consensus in this thread that both the stop_position and the
platform are potential targets for the tag. I for my part will stop
interfering and leave the tags where they are.
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