[Tagging] Observations on use of the diet: tag

fly lowflight66 at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 2 17:59:11 UTC 2013


Am 01.07.2013 18:29, schrieb Serge Wroclawski:
> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 11:32 AM, fly <lowflight66 at googlemail.com> wrote:
> 
>> * I did add diet:gluten_free= to all objects with gluten_free=.
>> * I did add diet:lacto_free=* and diet:lactose_free=*
>> * I did add links to diet from both pages and moved both under the
>> proposal namespace and marked both for deletion
>>  * Maybe we could delete lactose_free=* right away as its usage is zero.
>>
>> Anything else todo ?
> 
> Fly,
> 
> I can't speak for others, but I'm deeply bothered by this set of
> changes you've made, and I'm bothered for several reasons:
> 
> * This appears to me to be an automated edit (since I doubt you went
> around the world looking for every object). I n
> 
> Unless you specifically went to New York City, and visited at least
> one of the places I tagged as gluten_free, then you're making
> assumptions.

Please, tell me the difference between gluten_free=* and
diet:gluten_free=* and document them in the wiki.

> * The wiki reflected *actual usage* of the gluten_free tag, of which
> there were over 2x (nearly 3x) more than there were diet:gluten_free,
> until your mass automated edit.

We are talking about 50 objects.

> That means the wiki was accurate.

No, as this pages should have never been created. As diet:gluten_free=*
was approved over a year before the other pages where created. I did not
find any discussion about these tags on this list nor any proposal. All
I did was to move the pages to a proposal namespace and highlighted the
approved tag to use.

I will change diet:lacto_free to diet:diary_free cause of different reason.

> Please revert your edit, and undo your wiki changes.

I did just add one tag to the objects with the same meaning. Thought
that is the way to silently move from one tag to another. I did not
delete anything. What is your problem with diet:gluten_free ?

Please do not get me wrong. I just wanted to straighten out a tagging
duplication before the usage grows on both sides.



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