[Tagging] What do others call this?

Paul Johnson baloo at ursamundi.org
Sun Aug 8 19:47:01 BST 2010


On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 18:02:54 +1000, John Smith wrote:

> On 30 July 2010 17:42, Steve Bennett
> <stevagewp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My two cents:
>>
>> "winery" is a better term than "vineyard" because, in some contexts at
>> least, the two have distinct meanings. "cellar door" is a bad term
>> because it will be taken literally by many people and lead to
>> confusion.
>>
>> Given that there are wineries that don't sell direct to the public, and
>> there are wine shops not attached to wineries, and that a cellar door
>> is really no more than a wine shop within a winery, I would suggest:
>>
>> tourism=winery
>> (arguably, industrial=winery or something along those lines)
>>
>> and
>> shop=wine
>>
>> A cellar door could either tagged as a single node: tourism=winery
>> shop=wine
>>
>> Or as one shop=wine node within a tourism=winery area.
> 
> To put this another way: tourism=cellar_door implies tourism=attraction
> and shop=winery

Why not tag it that way?  That seems more clear, particularly since at 
least in American English, a cellar door is something you dive under when 
there's a tornado coming right for you.





More information about the Tagging mailing list