[Tagging] Artworks inside the Louvre

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Sun Jul 24 09:38:01 UTC 2016

Isn't this a bit of a non-question, given that neither the indoor, nor
the level tag is currently imported in to the rendering database, so you
really only have the option of testing if the object in question is in a
building outline or not (which may be a bit expensive).


Am 24.07.2016 um 00:42 schrieb Daniel Koć:
> We are on the way to render artworks on osm-carto (default map layer
> on main website), but during testing phase I've found that in Louvre
> they are tagged not only on the exterior, but also some of them are
> inside the building (as part of the permanent exposition, I guess).
> This made me think if - and how - should we tag such features? Current
> definition is laconic and does not help in this case ("A tag for
> public pieces of art"). Should we just add "indoor=yes" (currently
> 67k+ uses), find new tagging scheme or just introduce a policy which
> doesn't let tagging them?
> It is important for a rendering strategy - we're not able to recognize
> which are visible outside and which are not and it creates a visual mess:
> https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/pull/2236#issuecomment-234687333

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