[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Discourage tourism=gallery
John F. Eldredge
john at jfeldredge.com
Fri Feb 12 22:24:43 UTC 2016
I am dubious about tagging the artists that the gallery represents,
since this is likely to change on a fairly frequent basis. My
impression is that most exhibitions are only for a period of a week or
two, meaning that the tag information would frequently be out of date.
On 02/03/2016 02:52 PM, Max wrote:
> On 2016년 02월 03일 10:27, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> I'd prefer amenity=museum, but I see that putting it under the tourism
>> key is quite established so it would have to be discussed if a change
>> would make sense (if it hurts less to do this change one and forever or
>> if it is better to bear the little pain when putting tourism=museum as
>> main tag on a museum).
>> I would be more explicit with the key names, to avoid situations like
>> amenity=parking, parking=surface, surface=asphalt ;-)
>> amenity (or tourism)=museum
>> museum_type (or museum_for or museum:topic or ...) = art / railway /
>> history / war / mathematics / ...
>> art_form = painting / photography / sculpture / prints / ....
>> art_genre = still_life / landscape / portrait / religious / .... (if
>> applicable, many collections will be more diverse, but some might be
>> art_style = expressionism / futurism / impressionism / mannerism / ...
>> (if applicable)
> So we are now at:
> tourism=museum (nicer would be amenity, but for the sake of not changing
> too much)
> museum:topic= art / railway / history / war / mathematics / ...
> art_form = painting / photography / sculpture / video / ....
> art_genre = still_life / landscape / portrait / religious / .... (if
> applicable, many collections will be more diverse, but some might be
> art_style = expressionism / futurism / impressionism / mannerism / ...
> That sounds good to me.
> Maybe we should have a way to add the names of the artist this gallery
> Are there any objections to this?
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