[Tagging] How do you map handicapped parking? (and other questions)

Nathan Edgars II neroute2 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 07:40:14 BST 2010

On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 2:35 AM, John Smith <deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29 August 2010 16:28, Nathan Edgars II <neroute2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> To me pavilions have walls, is this another cultural issue?
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Z%C3%BCrich_-_B%C3%BCrkliplatz_IMG_0525_ShiftN.jpg
>> (or something less fancy) is what I think of a pavilion as.
>> http://apps.ocfl.net/dept/cesrvcs/parks/parkdetails.asp?parkid=66
>> agrees that the park has "rental pavilions" (second icon in the
>> amenity list).
> We can sit here all day and trade links to wiki pages and images that
> agree with our point of view, which is why I made the comment about
> being a cultural thing:
> http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/goyder-pavilion-to-open-at-showground/story-e6frea83-1111117228620

Yes, pavilions can have walls. But do they usually? Do you have a
better suggestion for what I and the park department call a pavilion?
>> It seems to be the same difference between natural=wood and
>> landuse=forest. In one case they left the old natural trees, while in
>> the other they planted new trees (usually palm trees around here). If
>> you have a bench next to a tree, the former is likely to provide more
>> shade.
> You asked about trees suitable for climbing, not about shade trees,
> you can always tag the species if you just care to distinguish between
> species.

I asked about old gnarly trees, which will generally provide more
shade. A newly-planted tree of the same species won't. Do you have a
useful suggestion?

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