[Tagging] Tagging method of amenities at camp_sites
Jan van Bekkum
jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 06:17:12 UTC 2015
What do I see on the map when I use the stacked amenity model? A campsite
symbol with a restaurant below it or a restaurant symbol with a campsite
below it? A search in OsmAnd will give me the campsite in all cases, but it
cannot always show all tags below it, so I don't know all amenities by
looking at the node. If I have separate nodes I always see them all.
If I (roughly) know the camping perimeter I can place the amenities as
nodes or buildings within them. Having three nodes close together but not
at the exact location is not worse than having a single stacked node which
isn't a the exact place either. If you don't know the perimeter at all draw
something that clearly isn't the real shape ( a small square or a circle)
and put all nodes within it.
On Sat, Mar 28, 2015 at 1:34 AM Bryce Nesbitt <bryce2 at obviously.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 2:24 PM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> OR .. you could place each node of the separate features close together
>> with a fixme tag on them ...
>> This way you don't need two systems for tagging the same thing. And it
>> makes it easier for a mapper to move them to the correct location when they
>> are found. And it conveys the information and being spacialy close they
>> indicate that the loctions are not absolutely correct. ANd the renders
>> don't need to recognise two different systems for the same thing.
> The advantage of the single node approach is you can make a list of camp
> sites and their amenities really easily,
> and you can click once on a campsite tag, and understand what's there.
> Look at camp and caravan sites in New Zealand for examples of full on
> "ammenity" style tagging.
> I think piling a bunch of nodes in the wrong place is not particularly
> kind to the next mapper, or the reader.
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