[Tagging] Simple Indoor Tagging

Janko Mihelić janjko at gmail.com
Sun Sep 21 20:51:19 UTC 2014


I've been thinking recently about simplified indoor tagging. I've made the
next picture:

http://i.imgur.com/V09c2KG.png

We have two shops and three entrances, and it would be nice to know which
entrances lead to which shops. Full indoor tagging would mean that we
should draw rooms for both shops, but what if an average mapper doesn't
want to draw all rooms for all shops? Would it be OK to tag the red lines
as indoor=corridor?

I'll be looking at this proposal a bit more, but for now it looks great.

Janko

2014-09-21 3:57 GMT+02:00 Matthijs Melissen <info at matthijsmelissen.nl>:

> On 20 September 2014 11:11, Peter Barth <osm-tagging at won2.de> wrote:
> > starting after the SOTM-EU we've worked hard on a new proposal for
> > indoor tagging: Simple Indoor Tagging. The Proposal can be found here:
> > https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Simple_Indoor_Tagging
>
> Thanks for your efforts. Two points:
>
> - Should the level tags be subsequent numerical values, or the level
> names signposted in the building (for instance in the lifts)? In
> England, levels are often named basement/lower ground/upper ground
> floor. In Germany, I have seen buildings that distinguish floor 0 and
> floor -0. If a building starts with for instance Ground, Mezzanine,
> Floor 1, Floor 2, then it might be confusing to use levels 0, 1, 2, 3
> for that, as then each level key would be off by one with the signed
> level. Why not use level for signposted levels and layer for a
> numerical order?
>
> - What is the reason for using indoor=corridor rather than
> highway=footway and stairs=* rather than highway=steps? Can a way have
> both tags? Sometimes routing through shopping malls is optimal even
> for long-distance foot routing, so it would be nice if regular routers
> could keep make use of such footways.
>
> -- Matthijs
>
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