[Tagging] tagging awards and ratings
aschoell at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 23:15:55 BST 2012
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 3:02 PM, Martijn van Exel <m at rtijn.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 11:10 AM, Johan Jönsson <johan.j at goteborg.cc>
> > example 1
> > Tripadvisor have some awards called Travelers' Choice
> > If someone of some reason would like to tag that, they can use
> > travelers_choice=top25 / best_service
> I think it's better to just link to the TripAdvisor page. It's their
> data and they are probably protecting it. Re-releasing it under ODbL
> (yes I am ahead of the times) may not even be legally acceptable.
> Same goes for all these ratings. Exception is if you can survey it (is
> there a plaque / sign?). And have surveyed it, for that matter.
> Advantage of just linking to the source is that it's in the best
> tradition of linked data, and we don't have to keep it current if a
> three star chef leaves a paper towel in the soup that he serves to the
> Michelin people when they come to re-assess.
Even linking is of questionable use. OSM should be turned into a
replication of the whole info available in the internet. soon we will have
a single POI with a link to Wikipedia, Michelin, Zagat, Facebook, their own
native homepage, Tripadvisor, Google+, Linkedin, Twitter ...
where will it end?
And what is the advantage of having this in OSM. If I am interested I will
definitely not rely on osm data but go directly to these 3rd party services
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