[Tagging] Wrong use of landuse=village_green - but what else to use?
marczoutendijk at mac.com
Sun Jan 8 20:02:39 UTC 2017
> Op 8 jan. 2017, om 20:20 heeft Tod Fitch <tod at fitchdesign.com> het volgende geschreven:
> Based on usage in the United States, it sure sounds like leisure=park is the tag to use for what you are describing. I see nothing in the wiki page  for park that indicates it must be a minimum size, have a wall, a discrete entrance or that it has to have a name. There are a lot of areas local to me called parks, that are tagged with leisure=park and which do not have fences/walls/or gates. And some of the smaller ones (colloquially called “mini-parks”) don’t seem to have names either.
To me a park is some place that you gan "go into”. E.g." let’s go out for a stroll in the park.”
"Typically open to the public, but may be fenced off, and may be temporarily closed e.g. at night time.”
But i’m talking also about the areas that you find also in the middle of a roundabout.
Adn I wouldn’t call an area of 14m2 between two sections of a highway, covered with grass and some flowers a “park”.
No, there really must be something better (I hope) to describe this sort of landuse.
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