[Tagging] Mapping of kids areas
acroq3 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 16:42:57 UTC 2014
> We are in a geographical database and the relative position (inside=part
of /OR/ outside) of elements are known.
This is not how hotels\motels or playground\childenarea works. Hotels are
hotels, regardless of your position.
The only part that relies on geo functions in my definition is "get
opening_hours=* value from parent shop=* or building for children_area=* if
opening_hours=* was missing for that children_area=*". This part is
advanced and optional and only for developers of geocoders, you can use
opening_hours=* directly with children_area=*.
> So childrens_area is probably better. I, for one, would be uncomfortable using
a tag "kids_area".
Sure thing, we are just not aware of this! Dictionaries do not provide
numbers about slang vs normal meaning, it's hard to judge if something will
be meaningful based on full definition.
2014-12-19 19:21 GMT+04:00 Philip Barnes <phil at trigpoint.me.uk>:
> On Fri, 2014-12-19 at 15:13 +0000, ael wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 01:52:22PM +0100, Martin Vonwald wrote:
> > >
> > > I would prefer leisure=playground for standalone and kids_area=yes for
> > > additional feature. This seems intuitive to me.
> > Just a quick interjection from a native English speaker. "Kids" is
> > slang. The proper English term is children. A kid is young goat.
> > Of course, kid is widely used in English, but is not really acceptable
> > in formal English. I have be watching this thread with mild interest and
> > am slightly surprised that no other native English (GB) speaker has
> > raised the point.
> I had spotted it, and was considering brining it up, but had taken it no
> further than a joke on @talk-gb.
> > So childrens_area is probably better. I, for one, would be uncomfortable
> > using a tag "kids_area".
> Phil (trigpoint)
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