[HOT] Import UNICEF data in Central African Republic, act II

Tom Taylor tom.taylor.stds at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 13:45:20 UTC 2014


Severin, taginfo shows exactly 9 instances of address:full. Unless you 
have positive consent from the community, I would really hesitate to use 
that form.

Sorry to get started so slowly -- I had some essential work to get out 
of the way.

Tom

On 22/01/2014 6:25 PM, Severin MENARD wrote:
> Hi Tom,
>
> Thank you so much for your answers. My comments are inline.
>
>     Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 07:34:35 -0500
>     From: Tom Taylor <tom.taylor.stds at gmail.com
>     <mailto:tom.taylor.stds at gmail.com>>
>     To: hot at openstreetmap.org <mailto:hot at openstreetmap.org>
>     Subject: Re: [HOT] Import UNICEF data in Central African Republic, act
>              II
>     Message-ID: <52DE695B.5010405 at gmail.com
>     <mailto:52DE695B.5010405 at gmail.com>>
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>
>     We could simply import the non-controversial items while you hash the
>     rest out. That is, delete all questioned labels.
>
> I think there is only one pending we can fix, see below.
>
>
>     Tom Taylor
>
>     On 21/01/2014 3:45 AM, Severin MENARD wrote:
>      > Hi,
>      >
>      > Anyone interested to make this topic going forward?
>      > For info, Central African Republic is rated Crisis Level 3, as
>     only Syria
>      > and Philippines, and the situation there is now compared to the
>     tragic
>      > crisis that occurred in Rwanda an Bosnia, read
>      >
>     here<http://reliefweb.int/report/central-african-republic/ocha-operations-director-john-ging-opening-remarks-press-central>.
>      >
>      >
>      > Sincerely,
>      >
>      > Severin
>
>     Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 22:31:28 -0500
>     From: Tom Taylor <tom.taylor.stds at gmail.com
>     <mailto:tom.taylor.stds at gmail.com>>
>     To: Pierre B?land <pierzenh at yahoo.fr <mailto:pierzenh at yahoo.fr>>,
>     "hot at openstreetmap.org <mailto:hot at openstreetmap.org>"
>              <hot at openstreetmap.org <mailto:hot at openstreetmap.org>>
>     Subject: Re: [HOT] Import UNICEF data in Central African Republic, act
>              II
>     Message-ID: <52DF3B90.1040108 at gmail.com
>     <mailto:52DF3B90.1040108 at gmail.com>>
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>
>     Just to confirm: I will delete the admin_level tags after checking, and
>     delete the fixme tags unconditionally. I will delete any other tags not
>     found in the tagging plans listed on the following wiki pages:
>
>     (Health<http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import_CAR_UNICEF_FOSA>,
>     Education
>     <http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import_CAR_UNICEF_Education>and
>     Water
>     <http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import_CAR_UNICEF_WASH>facilities)
>
> Actually the discussion on this topic reached that point:
>
>     /Frederik Ramm: I understand your admin level explanation but I
>     don't think it is
>     sufficient reason for adding the highly unusual three "is-in" type of
>     tags that you are proposing. I wonder how addresses in CAR are
>     constructed - is it possible that the correct postal address for a
>     location like that might be "XYZ Hospital, Adminarea 3, Adminarea 2,
>     Adminarea 1, CAR" or so? In which case a potential compromise could be
>     using the addr:full tag (Wiki: "Use this for a full-text, often
>     multi-line, address if you find the structured address fields unsuitable
>     for denoting the address of this particular location.").
>     /
>
> /Me: This is a good idea, if everyone agrees I change the wikipages to
> reflect that /
>
> This is why the admin_levels had not been modified in the wiki, just to
> be sure we were OK with how to modify the wikipage. Are you OK with the
> idea of replacing the admin_levels tags by one single addr tag
> (addr:full or another one)?
> /
> /
>
>     I will also fix the health facility substitution of "_" for ":" tag
>     problem pointed out by Rafael Coya Avila.
>
>     Tom Taylor
>
>
>
>
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