[Tagging] Camp Ground Categories - Tagging established, unofficial and wild campings

Jan van Bekkum jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 21:51:10 UTC 2015


> IMHO these amenities are not "stand alone", they are attributes of the
> camp ground itself. For things like fire places and BBQ, might be one
> for every pitch. I'm not into micro mapping !
> This is correct  for BBQ's, but not for big amenities like restaurants,
bars and shops, which sometimes are and sometimes are not accessible for
the general public. This is useful information.

> And if we map them as individual nodes, should they be marked
> "private" ? Don't want them rendered in some cases, people may they
> think they are public assess. But the Camp operator might want to map
> his whole ground and that would make sense. Sigh ....
> > Relations make a lot of sense except they are tricky to get right.
> > Noobies will inevitably screw them up.
> Indeed. Especially as there is no example of the tagging on the wiki. An
> active discouragement to their use ?
> Why can't we make an example then. Site relations are much simpler than
relations for bus routes and turn restrictions .

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