[Tagging] Bitcoin and Online shops

Yves yvecai at gmail.com
Wed Nov 27 17:24:09 UTC 2013


offfice=... is a good key for a ground-truth feature, even if it operates in the cloud.


"Janko Mihelić" <janjko at gmail.com> a écrit :
>2013/11/26 Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org>
>
>>
>> The probably don't care where the pin is as long as it somehow
>> increases their search engine ranking ;)
>>
>
>I found a few of those. A travel agency adds a node to the destination,
>not
>where their office is.
>
>2013/11/27 SomeoneElse <lists at mail.atownsend.org.uk>
>
>> Ignoring the online businesses, there are plenty of real-world
>businesses
>> that have been added without real tags, and iD doesn't exactly make
>it
>> obvious that it's useful for a shop to have a "shop" tag. The main
>> discussion area seems to be here:
>>
>>
>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?PHPSESSID=5cbm6g9p0nsgu1ui19v8hmrf41&topic=175900.0;all
>>
>
>I agree, I try to fix those that I find. It's hard to make a tool that
>a
>user on his first and last try will get. We have to try though.
>
>2013/11/27 Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
>
>> "online" is very generic, my preference would be something slightly
>more
>> specific like "office=e-commerce" or
>"office=internet_service_provider",
>> etc (still leaving a lot of room for subtags).
>>
>
>I was hoping for a general tag that would indicate that something is
>more
>online than offline. But I guess that kind of generalization is not
>really
>needed and is hardly accurate.
>
>office=e-commerce sounds good. I'll start putting those on the nodes
>and
>see where it get us.
>
>Janko Mihelić
>
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