[Tagging] tagging of "sticker"
higa432 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 5 10:49:47 UTC 2013
2013/7/5, Shu Higashi <higa432 at gmail.com>:
> Thanks for many comments.
> I found I've forgotten one important explanation. Sorry.
> The concept of Heart Barrier Free Project is different from Wheelmap.
> (I'm an ambassador of Wheelmap.org in Japan and talked on this with
> Raul and Chris - the developer of wheelmap.org - several weeks ago.)
> Wheelmap.org's evaluation criterias are phisical ones.
> On the other hand, Heart Barrier Free Project's evaluation criteria is
> very subjective.
> A restaurant may be tagged with wheelchair=no if there are steps at
> the entrance.
> But, If the owners and employees have a warm heart to welcome disabled
> and have some lecture on disability, they can lift a wheelchair and
> can help to go to
> toilets and can put on a sticker in front of their restaurants.
> Disabled persons like wheelchair drivers can assess the hospitarity of
> the restaurant.
> Several week ago, I consulted Raul about "wheelchair=welcoe" tag.
> But, he thinks it may confuse users of wheelmao.org.
> So, I proposed more generic tag.
> Shu Higashi
> 2013/7/5, Ronnie Soak <chaoschaos0909 at googlemail.com>:
>> On 05/lug/2013, at 04:28, Shu Higashi <higa432 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > amenity=restaurant
>>> > sticker=yes
>>> > image:sticker=http://www.heartbarrierfree.com//image/logo.png
>>> > website:sticker=http://www.heartbarrierfree.com/
>>> > name:sticker=Heart Barrier Free Project
>> How about an even more generic tag? Nobody would know what
>> 'heartbarrierfree' would mean as a value to any tag without doing
>> additional research.
>> Also the same service could be organized by another group. it surely will
>> in other countries.
>> wheelchair:trained_staff = yes
>> Would be my suggestion.
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