deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 1 16:32:37 BST 2010
On 2 August 2010 01:20, Dave F. <davefox at madasafish.com> wrote:
> The database can handle a infinite definitions. (actually probably not
> infinite, but you know what I mean).
Storage capacity isn't really relevant, because at some point the keys
would become unintelligible...
> For some reason Liz claimed that the problem was with the long list in the
This isn't just a wiki issue, the wiki just exemplifies the problem.
> I don't think it is. Amenity has a meaning & most in map features are
> correctly tagged for it (not sure about architect office though).
Any meaning amenity had, is quickly becoming lost in the noise, in
fact most things in that name space don't even come close to any
dictionary definition that I could find on 'amenity':
1. an agreeable way or manner; courtesy; civility: the graceful
amenities of society.
2. any feature that provides comfort, convenience, or pleasure: The
house has a swimming pool, two fireplaces, and other amenities.
3. the quality of being pleasing or agreeable in situation, prospect,
disposition, etc.; pleasantness: the amenity of the Caribbean climate.
4. amenities, lavatory; bathroom: used as a euphemism.
How does that describe hospital or schools or .... ?
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