[Tagging] Feature Proposal - Voting - Reception Desk.

Kotya Karapetyan kotya.lists at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 14:44:50 UTC 2015


It's really a pity if the proposal will be rejected. Its need is clear,
even though the exact wording may not be perfect. But do we need to have a
*perfect* proposal before we can get anything? I would suggest to those who
oppose it to accept it and then propose a modification. Otherwise we'll
stay where we are forever. No proposal can be perfect.

That said, I do agree that a *reception_facility* option is not a bad idea
at all. If the majority of those opposing this proposal do so because of
the word "desk", I would suggest replacing it and voting once again. I
agree with Warin's argument that "area" (another proposed wording) is not a
good option, also because of the mapping ambiguity (what to include—the
thing with the word "reception" above it or the whole area from which this
word can be seen?)

Cheers,
Kotya

On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 2:52 AM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I will close this proposal on Tuesday 23 June unless more votes come in. A
> the moment it is rejected by 11 approved votes to 5 opposed votes (68%). To
> be approved would require 4 more approval votes without any more opposed
> votes.
>
> If you have not voted .. vote.
>
>
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_Features/amenity%3Dreception_desk
>
> If rejected I will probably pursue other related reception_desk proposals.
> Your help and patience is appreciated.
>
> Possible forth coming proposals? amenity=reception, amenity=reception_area
> (I would vote against both these), amenity=reception_point (I think this
> came from Bryce?).
>
> I may run these concurrent so votes can take place at the same time. What
> ever one gets the most number of approvals I'd make a page for, no matter
> the 'rules' for 'approved' or 'rejected'.
>
>
>
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