[Tagging] tagging awards and ratings

Volker Schmidt voschix at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 09:16:43 BST 2012


Apart from the legal aspects, which exclude it anyway, I find it completely
wrong to copy data statically into OSM that is by definition variable
(TripAdvisor "awards" are automatically generated data from user input).
Such data should not be inserted into the OSM database.
A similar argument goes for Michelin stars, even if they are "created" by
humans, but they are awarded - if I'm not mistaken - on a yearly basis.

(... not to speak about the data maintenance)

Volker
Padova, Italy

On 27 July 2012 09:53, Johan Jönsson <johan.j at goteborg.cc> wrote:

> Martijn van Exel <m <at> rtijn.org> writes:
>
> > Linked data is not about linking to every possible source from one
> > source, but rather publishing your data as RDF thus allowing linkages
> > with other datasets. See here[1].
> > I don't think it gets much attention in the OSM community, and I don't
> > claim to know a whole lot about it, but the concept is applicable to
> > what you would want to do. Given, of course, that these third party
> > datasets are also available as RDF. In the brave new world, they will
> > be.
> >
> > [1] http://linkedgeodata.org/About
> >
> This was an awarding discussion.
> So far I have catched that there could be need of a common top-level key
> award: to put in front.
>
> I think I will go forth and make the draft of the proposal on award:
>
> There seem not to be any need of further narrowing the key with hotel: or
> similar, which is good since it could easy become a lot of parts of the
> key.
>
> There are of course also doubts on why one should map this at all, if it is
> allowed and some interesting notes on something called linked geodata.
> There
> are some things that are more usable to map than others
> (tripadvisor-awards beeing the opposite :-), but they had some nice text-
> values usable to test the tagging-scheme)
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