[Tagging] new access value
johnw at mac.com
Tue Oct 6 11:06:12 UTC 2015
> On Oct 5, 2015, at 7:01 PM, Friedrich Volkmann <bsd at volki.at> wrote:
> Maybe *=visitors?
> or *=guests (but this could make believe that deliverers are excluded)
> or *=contact (puzzling?)
> or *=contact_with_residents (too bulky?)
> or *=contact_with_abutters (same)
> or *=in_touch... ?
Guests sounds way too much like customers. Customers of hotels are referred to as guests.
Contact (to me) sounds confusing compared to contact=* key
I would use something a little odd sounding like transitors or something, though that sounds like homeless people or electronics.
visitors is also really close to guests and customers, so I wouldn’t use it either.
Locals! people who live there. delivery people and visitors certainly are not locals, so..
what word implies locals + delivery + customers? But not people just um.. wandering about?
I can’t think of one. I don't’ think there is one.
Destination is very good, because it implies people who are going to a destination on that street/area. not free to roam around, not free to park and wander off.
=Destination is for people *visiting* the destination the road services. it doesn’t matter the purpose - as long as their destination is one of the residences. Which excludes sightseers and shortcut-takers.
There’s no way to find a word that means all those different groups, for so many different purposes - so define it by their action - “Destination” .
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