[Tagging] Fwd: Door to door routing to buildings with multiple occupants

Ronnie Soak chaoschaos0909 at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 2 01:12:17 GMT 2012


Hi Rob,

We already had this discussion some time ago. There wasn't a complete
consensus on the matter, but here is how I tag now:

One amenity per building: the addr: tags and the amenity tags on the
building outline. One or multiple entrance nodes on the outline.

Several amenities per building, but each with it's own entry: addr: on the
building outline, multiple entrance nodes on the outline, amenity tags on
the entrance nodes.

Several amenities per building with more than one amenity per door: addr:*
on the building outline, several entrance nodes along the outline, amenity
tags on extra nodes near the entrances inside the building outline.

Several addresses per building: addr:* tags on entrance nodes along the
building outline.

Some also prefer to put amenities and building into a site relation.

Pros: scales the solution with the complexity of the problem.
Cons: not very consistent, renders poorly

Regards,
Chaos
Am 30.11.2012 23:42 schrieb "Rob Nickerson" <rob.j.nickerson at gmail.com>:

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> Hi,
>
> A mapper who is new to my area is interested in mapping disabled access at
> a micro level. Specifically he would like to achieve door-to-door mapping
> for key shops and amenities, and has made a good start by adding entrance
> doors to several buildings.
>
> My Question:
>
> Where should amenity=* and addr:*=* be tagged? One suggestion was to add
> all the detail to the entrance node, but this seems odd to me. For single
> occupancy buildings I suggested tagging the building as amenity=*, etc as
> the entrance node on the building can be easily matched with these.
>
> But what about a building with multiple occupants and entrances. For
> example 2 shops in one building. One option is to tag the building with
> building=yes and then add the amenity tags to individual nodes, but then
> how would door to door routing work? An alternative is to just split the
> building in to 2 areas (but technically its 1 building). Can we use some
> form of indoor mapping (e.g. room=yes, amenity=*)?
>
> Is there a better solution? All ideas welcome.
>
> Regards,
> Rob
>
>
>
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