[Tagging] [OSM-talk] Feature Proposal - Voting - Craft
dieterdreist at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 21:03:03 BST 2010
2010/9/7 Peter Körner <osm-lists at mazdermind.de>:
> Am 07.09.2010 18:27, schrieb John Smith:
>> I'd also consider things like hairdresser to be in shop, even though
>> it might be seen as a craft,
> I'd too regard craft=hairdresser as an uncommon combination. Any votes
> against removing craft=hairdresser from the list of common values?
for me it's fine shop=hairdresser, but they are considered in Germany
to be part of the "Handwerk" (they are organized in a "Innung"). But
first come, first serve, shop is documented since Oct. 2009:
>> same with handicraft (shop=craft),
> I see a differenct between producing handicraft work (craft=handicraft) and
> selling it (shop=handicraft). If both is located in a single place, there's
> no problem in dual-tagging with both keys.
> I don't see a locksmith as a shop, even if it's usually called like that. In
> german it's called dienst (service) so it should maybe be office=locksmith
> but that doesn't match it either.
to me this is clearly a craft, but it is also a wide field (in German:
"Schlosser", divided in industrial and craft, with several
specialisations: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlosserei ). On the
other hand "Schlüsseldienst" (in English probably still "locksmith" or
" lock and key service") is maybe not a craft but a shop. Sometimes
English is poor ;-) (or maybe that's just my English)
>> optician (shop=optometrist)
craft IMHO, optometrist seems AE; BE: optician
is already there, but this depends: there are shops that only sell
glasses and others that have the ability and license to fit them.
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