[Tagging] Amenity swimming_pool (was Amenity parking)

LM_1 flukas.robot+osm at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 19:45:40 GMT 2012


> Given that absolutely everything on the planet is accessible by at least someone with the right authority, permission, ownership, special equipment, etc. is there ever a need for access=no ?

As a default in combination with eg. access=no, foot=yes meaning
nothing except foot - it is easier than excluding each use
individually.
access=no alone is really not usable. Maybe for paths in places of
nuclear explosions.
LM_1

2012/1/15 Ben Johnson <tangararama at gmail.com>:
> On 13/01/2012, at 23:34, Michael Krämer <ohrosm at googlemail.com> wrote:
>
>>> If you'd read what I was replying to, you'd see that I don't think
>>> access=permit would be a valid change.
>> Well, I in fact I did - being a non-native speaker I tried to answer
>> the question you've asked.
>>
>> So either I missed some point or my answer has been ambigous. In case
>> the latter is true I'll give another try:
>> - access=yes and access=private should be pretty clear to everyone.
>
> Well this raises an interesting question:
>
> Given that absolutely everything on the planet is accessible by at least someone with the right authority, permission, ownership, special equipment, etc. is there ever a need for access=no ?
>
> BJ
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