[Tagging] tag man_made=campanile to be replaced withman_made=belfry?

Tomasz Rojek tomroj at gmail.com
Fri Feb 14 07:57:14 UTC 2014


And what about "dzwonnica parawanowa" (
https://www.google.com/search?q=dzwonnica+parawanowa&tbm=isch ).
Would it be bell_cage or tower or sth. else?

On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 5:41 AM, Dave Swarthout <daveswarthout at gmail.com> wrote:
> My thoughts exactly about those open structures that house bells;
> man_made=bell_cage (along with building=yes perhaps) would seem the best fit
> in those cases, especially seeing as that tag is already in use. As for
> adding subtypes to the tower:type tag, that seems an overly complicated way
> to go about it. I cannot imagine how long it would take renderers to catch
> up with such a scheme.
>
> Moreover, isn't a campanile merely a type of bell_tower? Why would another
> special tower:type=campanile be necessary? I would push for:
> man_made=tower
> tower:type=bell_tower
> for all structures that are much taller than they are wide, i.e., towers,
> that also contain bells, including steeples and campaniles.
>
> For cases where you have a structure more like a house that contains bells,
> man_made=bell_cage
> building=yes
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Dave
>
>
> On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 5:13 AM, Frank Little <frankosm at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>>
>> Andreas Labres wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> For me those are rather synonym (but different regions/cultures obviously
>>> build
>>> them much different).
>>>
>>> In German the word "Glockenstapel" doesn't exist (at least in our
>>> latitude,
>>> 48°). The Nordic "Klockstapel" as well as the Italian "Campanile"
>>> translate to
>>> "Glockenturm" (which means bell tower) in German.
>>>
>>> As those are all towers, I'd prefer
>>>
>> >   man_made=tower
>>>
>>>
>>> for all of them. And then I'd detail
>>>
>>>    tower:type=belfry for those Nordic belfries
>>
>> >   tower:type=campanile for those stand-alone Italien Campaniles
>> >   tower:type=bell_tower for any "ordinary" bell tower
>>>
>>>
>>> Or even more extreme
>>>
>>>    man_made=tower
>>>    tower:type=bell_tower
>>>
>>> (as we probably agree those all are bell towers) and optionally
>>>
>> >   tower:subtype=belfry
>>>
>>>    tower:subtype=campanile
>>> /al
>>
>>
>> Confusingly, some of the pictures on the wikipedia page for 'Klockstapel'
>> (Swedish) are not towers but open structures (and not very tall structures
>> at that). Similarly 'Klokkestabel' (Danish). Are these towers at all? They
>> look like the kind of thing which the bell_cage proposal was intended to
>> cover (and which have been used for such free-standing, non-tower bells here
>> in the Netherlands (Dutch: 'Klokkenstoel').
>> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Bell_cage
>> I notice that the Dutch wikipedia page for Klokkenstoel links to a German
>> wikipedia page for Glockenstuhl.
>>
>>
>>
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