[Tagging] outdoor nature bath

Johan Jönsson johan.j at goteborg.cc
Mon Jan 10 18:01:20 GMT 2011


Johan Jönsson <johan.j at ...> writes:
> --- Steve Bennett <stevagewp at ...> skrev:
> > 2011/1/10 Johan Jönsson <johan.j at ...>:
> > >
> > > My thoughts have been on a physical tag like leisure=bathing_area,
> > > leisure=public_bath or just simply leisure=bath. The later one would
> > be a tag
> > > for all kind of bathing facilities, both outdoor and indoor. Maybe the
> > noun
> > > "bath" isn´t a good one, it might imply some kind of building or
> > pool.
> > 
> > How about leisure=swimming? IMHO the word "bathe" is rarely used these
> > days, and is confused as noted above. Yes, there will be a confusion
> > between leisure=swimming and sport=swimming, but at least it will be
> > an obvious one that we can easily document and explain.
> > 
> > Steve
> 
> leisure=swimming
> I suppose that swimming in this use also is synonymous with taking a swim,
> taking a dip. 
> In most uses of the tag it could also mean bathing (that is bathe, the wading,
> floating and splashing experience), it could be a place also for those that
> can´t swim too. 
> But not directly "taking a bath" (with soap and shampoo), although there might
> be showers and soap-and-water-baths around too, that might have its own
amenity-tag.
> 
What I have learned from the thread.

Do not use the word bath/bathe as it has confusing double meanings. Maybe bath
could be used for some speciality markings later on.

The use of the key "sport:" could mean trouble if it isn´t a place where the
sport should be exercised for competition or closely connected to that.

I will start a new thread with another suggestion.

/Johan Jönsson 







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