[Tagging] Tagging established, unofficial and wild campings
61sundowner at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 05:31:51 UTC 2015
On 25/03/2015 12:38 PM, David Bannon wrote:
> On Wed, 2015-03-25 at 11:06 +1100, Warin wrote:
>> No, not a decision for the render but information for the end user .. the most important person is the end user!
>> 'Customers' first! :-)
> I don't think there are too many "end users" who look up the raw data!
>> The map user wants to search for the closest camp sites and then select for the features they want.
> Agreed, whole heartedly !
>> None= nothing other than an area to pitch a tent or park a vehicle.
>> Basic = None + a toilet
>> Standard = Basic + water
>> Comfort = Standard + shower
>> First Class = Comfort + cloths washing (+ power?)
>> Luxury =Comfort + camp kitchen/swimming pool/restaurant
> the water drinkable ?
Yes. ... forgot to stipulate that.
> BBQ, fire places, defined 'pitches', metered/unmetered power, disabled
> toilets, shade, grass, cooking facilities, rec room, launching ramp,
> fish cleaning facilities, internet access, pets allowed/not, child/dog
> minding capability, credit card facilities .....
Distractions form the major features that I'd use to separate them. .
> Need a category system, for sure, but need a lot of extra data not
> implied by the category.
The 'extra data' can be tagged separately? This give a clear boundary between the class system. And still enables the other things to be tagged.
Fee payment may cover credit cards,
shade by marking tree/s on the map,
disabled toilets as a sub tag to toilets
power is covered by a tag
pitches yet to be defined .. but a draft proposal exists,
internet .. has a tag, \
So quite a few things already covered by tags.
What I think is needed here is a simple system to separate the levels .. readily identified and easy to implement. The other things are, as I said, distractions.
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