[Imports] Walmart import
carriere.denis at gmail.com
Sat Dec 16 01:28:16 UTC 2017
@Damian: A few import review comments:
- I agree with Clifford, we should try including the *`operator=Walmart`*
to make it easier in the future to query all Walmarts regardless if it's a
Superstore or Neighborhood Market.
- `*addr:housenumber` *&* `addr:street`* tags should be added which can
be extracted from *`addr:full`*
- *`phone`* should be written in the following order: +<country
code>-<area code>-<local number>
- Parse street addresses using OSM convention (ex: 199 W 5Th St => 199
West 5th Street)
- Lower casing "th" in street numbers (5Th => 5th)
- Abbreviations in full (St => Street, W => West)
Other than that, it looks great! I really like the way the import was
displayed for a review, makes it really easy to look at the entire dataset
without having to open a software.
Best of luck with the Walmart import!
On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 7:36 PM, Clifford Snow <clifford at snowandsnow.us>
> On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 4:27 PM, Paul Norman <penorman at mac.com> wrote:
>> My experience here is based on Canadian stores, but I have been to plenty
>> of US Wal-Marts.
>> There's often an inconsistency in signage. Not from store to store, but
>> within a store. I'd be inclined to not have Supercenter in the name tag,
>> since that agrees with what they seem to be signing most often.
> I would go with the name = what's on the building and operator=Walmart or
> whatever is the current corp name they are using. The name is helpful to
> someone trying to decide which store to visit. For example, in my previous
> message I mentioned a third type, "Walmart Neighborhood Market" which is
> basically a grocery store. I'm sure there must be a difference between a
> Superstore and a regular store, but since I don't shop at Walmart I don't
> know the difference.
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