[Tagging] Accepted or rejected?

Kotya Karapetyan kotya.lists at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 14:04:14 UTC 2015

Dear all,

I think we deviated from the original question quite a bit. The point was
that the current number of votes proposed in the wiki for accepted/rejected
decision was self-contradicting. Even if there may be different opinions on
that, the very discussion shows that the situation is not clear.

I propose to clarify it by changing the recommended number of votes in
from "...*8 unanimous approval votes* *or **15 total votes with a majority
to "*...8 or more **unanimous approval votes or 10 or more total votes with
more than 74 % approval...**".*
This will not change anything in terms of the ongoing discussion of *how* the
approval influences other things. So the discussion can continue. But we'd
introduce some mathematical logic in the process.

I don't think there is a procedure to vote on such proposals, so please
just give it +1 here if you agree. We change it when we have 8+ "plus ones"
if there are no significant objections to *this* change. Once again, please
note: we are not discussing the consequences of approval/rejection, we just
change the rule of thumb recommendation to a mathematically more sound one.


On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 7:35 AM, Marc Gemis <marc.gemis at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 10:04 PM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> inscription
>> note (not rendered .. for use by mappers to make notes to other mappers ?
>> thus not required to be rendered?)
> Visible in a popup in geschichtskarten for historical items.
> But you were talking about all renderers I thought. Now you seem happy
> that there is 1 renderer showing the feature/data ?
> I'm still convinced that features that people want to map will be mapped,
> regardless of the state of the tagging proposal.
> m.
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