nighto at nighto.net
Thu Dec 3 15:56:13 GMT 2009
Ok, but backing to the first point. It is clear that in most, if not all
places bycicle=no means that you cannot ride, but you can push unmounted.
How about places that you cannot have a bike at all (such as inside of a
shopping mall for instance)?
2009/12/3 Pieren <pieren3 at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 3:00 PM, James Livingston <doctau at mac.com> wrote:
> >> So there is a distinction, but it can probably be achieved by using
> bicycle=no for situations where riding is not allowed, and
> access=private+foot=permissive for situations where bicycles aren't allowed.
> > That sounds reasonable to me. If everyone like that, is it worth putting
> on the 'access' wiki page as an example for how to tag something not
> completely obvious?
> I don't understand what access=private is doing here. "private" is
> about the owner and the public access or not, it has nothing to do
> with pedestrians or bikers.
> Definition on the wiki:
> access=private The owner may give permission on an individual basis.
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