[Tagging] Mapping of kids areas

Никита acroq3 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 15:55:33 UTC 2014


> but some people at least are starting to use amenity=childcare.
Please don't link to tags without proposals they are meaningless without
actual data/definition. No reason to discuss them here.

kids_area=* is clearly defined as more advanced leisure=playground in the
proposal.

I will use this tag for malls and shops, fast_foods and restaurants, it
perfectly makes sense and not because it's "indoor". But
because equipment is different from what you will see at regular
"leisure=playground" _without_ kids_area=*. This
schema perfectly makes sense in some territories, you just need live there
to understand it.


2014-12-17 19:38 GMT+04:00 Brad Neuhauser <brad.neuhauser at gmail.com>:
>
> About supervision vs. childcare, we have lots of free supervised
>> playgrounds here which do not offer child care, and and I have no
>> experience with staffed child care facilties at malls etc. But for me
>> amenity=kindergarten seems to be an good match to child_care you would
>> have in a mall.
>>
>>
> I know this tag has been at times contentious in the past, due to cultural
> and linguistic issues, but some people at least are starting to use
> amenity=childcare. According to
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:amenity%3Dchildcare, it's for a
> place where amenity=kindergarten doesn't seem appropriate, for example
> because there's no educational component. I think staffed child care at
> malls (or at Ikea) would be a case where this would apply.
>
> Brad
>
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