[Tagging] Artworks inside the Louvre

Warin 61sundowner at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 09:49:22 UTC 2016


Some exceptions?

Some could be on the roof .. and therefore 'outside' and visible from outside.

Some could be visible through a large glass 'window' from the outside.


  the On 7/24/2016 7:38 PM, Simon Poole wrote:
> 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).
>
> Simon
>
> 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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