[Tagging] Proposal: Rename wiki status "Approved" to "Published"

Chris Hill osm at raggedred.net
Fri Apr 3 11:12:21 UTC 2015


-1

'Endorsed' is just another way of saying approved. We need to remove 
this status that 'some authority' has given their blessing to use the tag.

'Published' is a useful statement which demonstrates community 
discussion and some consensus but nothing else.

-- 
Cheers, Chris
user: chillly



On 03/04/15 11:56, Jan van Bekkum wrote:
> One more idea: why do we need a binary outcome of the voting? 
> Something like endorsement= positive/neutral/negative (the current 
> approve, abstain, reject) as an indicator tells much more (together 
> with tag use). Examples:
>
>   * Endorsement=50/0/2 - very good, important tag (much involvement) -
>     go on and use
>   * Endorsement=10/0/1 - good tag, of interest to a small group - go
>     on and use
>   * Endorsement=35/4/28 - not a very good tag, but about an important
>     topic - nothing better possible?
>   * Endorsement = 4/0/3 - not a very good tag, but few people care -
>     use as you see fit
>
>
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 12:05 PM Jan van Bekkum 
> <jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com <mailto:jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     Will it be clear for new mappers what the difference is between
>     published and documented (i.e. someone created a wiki page that
>     describes a tag without voting or one that didn't collect enough
>     votes)? Wouldn't endorsed be better?
>




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