[Tagging] paving_stones:n

johnw johnw at mac.com
Thu Mar 5 02:50:19 UTC 2015


> On Mar 5, 2015, at 9:20 AM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> On 5/03/2015 11:03 AM, Dave Swarthout wrote:
>> 
>> >But what we really need is:
>> 
>> >paving_stone:geometry=
>> >paving_stone:concrete:grain_size=
>> >paving_stone:spectral_reflectance_curves=
>> >paving_stone:manufacturing_date=
>> 
>> 
>> +1
>> 
>> Now we're getting somewhere. I think too that we need a way to tag how the stone was formed, also color
>> paving_stone:genesis=igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary, artificial, etc.

Dont forget 

paving_stone:quarry=
paving_stone:quarry_extraction_date=
paving_stone:quarry_lot_ref= 

You should be able to trace the stone back to it’s original quarry, and by lot, in case the stones are recalled or you need to prove they are fair-trade stones (assuming they are finished stones and not some kind of concrete pavers). 

paving_stone:concrete_origin=
paving_stone:gravel_quarry_origin=
paving_stone:concrete_colourant_ref= 

If ti’s concrete, the name of the dye / pigment / colourant (does colorant have a U version?) should be noted for future replacement stones.

paving_stone:underlayment_type=
paving_stone:underlayment_material=
paving_stone:underlayment_depth=

It’s always useful to know the underlayment type, for repair procedures and expected life.


paving_stone:access=poodles  

to note if the surface is poodle friendly and not arranged in some geometric pattern that will confuse or frighten them. 

Javbw

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