[Tagging] Changes + additions: shop= photo, hobby, model
john at jfeldredge.com
Sat Jun 6 02:01:26 UTC 2015
Also, there are a lot of so-called hobby shops that carry supplies for
decorative crafts such as beading, embroidery, and jewelry making.
John F. Eldredge -- john at jfeldredge.com
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On June 5, 2015 5:33:22 PM John Willis <johnw at mac.com> wrote:
> Yea - in America hobby shops like the wikipedia entry exist - they are
> model/rc/train/craft stores - they have a mix of all the types - they are
> not a specific specialty store, which exist too.
> Generic shop:
> http://goo.gl/maps/cy4I2 "hobby people"
> Just model trains:
> http://goo.gl/maps/p9D3n reeds train shop.
> and "table gaming" stores selling DnD supplies (dice, figures) and
> warhammer and similar figure pacs, along with adult oriented card games
> (Magic) and the adult oriented board games (settlers of kattan, etc)
> http://goo.gl/maps/NHT3m game empire
> In Japan, there are those too - but with the prevalence of plastic models -
> some shops cater only to plastic model kits
> http://goo.gl/maps/325oN "toy box Okazaki"
> Shop=model trains
> The better choice (I think) is to create a subkey for hobby and define out
> the different shops that way.
> That way the shop types can be mixed and matched - and still under the
> umbrella of "hobby".
> And I'm sure there are a multitude of others.
> Plus there are a lot of these things in more dedicated crafting stores (for
> painting, scrapbooking, etc) and toy stores as well.
> > On Jun 5, 2015, at 9:09 PM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 5/06/2015 9:14 PM, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
> >>> Am 05.06.2015 um 11:25 schrieb Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com>:
> >>> Consider these to be forthcoming drafts ... better than what was there.
> >>> If the past mappers find and disagree .. good. I'll try to contact them
> latter .. and some of the other 'model' values too (model_train
> model_railway etc) though there are fewer of them again. This way they will
> have something to look at and consider.
> >> there are different kind of model shops, your definition is for one
> kind, there are also other ones that don't deal with rc models, train or
> car models, eg this one here:
> > 'My' definition is broad, like a shop=supermarket .. they don't all have
> the same things.
> > The one I have to tag is https://hobbyco.com.au
> > Sells rc models, train, car, aeroplane, boat, ship ... kits or ready
> made, you name it they do it...
> > Depends on how much detail 'we' want ...
> > If shop=photo includes frames, cameras .. why not shop=model to include
> all models? :-\
> >> http://www.modulor.de
> > https://hobbyco.com.au/product-taxonomy/balsa-metal-polystyrene
> > Same shop as above...
> >> There are also workshops specialized in architectural models.
> > That to me is a craft .. like a professional photographer.
> >> I would generally dispute the tag shop=model because of its ambiguity
> and would prefer something like those you cited above (model_railway,
> model_aviation etc)
> > In which case https://hobbyco.com.au would have 11+ tags?
> > One each for car, boat, ship, railway, aeroplane ...
> > I suppose military vehicles and motorcycles and trucks and farm machinery
> will be combined with car... or do you want those separated too?
> > then one for each type of rc ... if rc stands for remote control .. if it
> stands for radio control then 'we'll' have to add wire control, infra-red
> control ...
> > Way too many variations?
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