[Imports] Japan, KSJ2 municipality administrative boundary re-import
nyampire at gmail.com
Mon May 12 13:46:04 UTC 2014
> county & state key
OK, I'll tell JP community if we could change "district" to "county".
& I hope to keep "state" bit.
> "admin_centre" role
I got it.
As you mentioned, "label" role is more appropriate to my purpose.
And in Japan, each prefecture has their government system and office.
So if "admin_centre" role is used, that office/facility is more proper
object to be.
If I misunderstood the point, excuse me, please tell me.
2014-05-12 21:03 GMT+09:00 Sarah Hoffmann <lonvia at denofr.de>:
> On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 09:44:55AM +0900, Satoshi IIDA wrote:
> > > place=county instead of place=district
> > This is reasonable & possible.
> > But, as I'm not a native speaker, I could not understand the correct
> > of 2 words. :)
> > Is County a better word to represent that "A municipality unit which is
> > larger than City/Town/Village, and smaller than State/Province"?
> Yes, place=county fits that description.
> place=district is a rare tag, only 105 uses so far, see
> It look s like it is used mostly for city districts or
> > > place=state instead of place=province
> > Hence, I think this is not...
> > There are some arguments to change "Prefecture" system to "State" system
> > Japan politics.
> > (yes, it would take long years indeed...)
> > If this change would be applied even as partially, we could not keep a
> > to represent the new systems.
> > So I'm reserving "admin_level=3" bit to represent "state" level.
> > In fact, "都道府県" level (like Tokyo, Chiba or so) is so called "prefecture"
> > in Japan.
> > And I think this is a similar structure to "province".
> > What is your opinion?
> I see, thanks for explaining that. If you need to keep
> place=state reserved then it makes sense to stay with
> Another small point about adding the place nodes to the
> boundary relations: using the mebmer role 'label' might
> be more appropriate for most cases. The 'admin_centre'
> role should be used for the city/town/etc. where the
> government for the administrative unit resides, see
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