[Tagging] landuse=aquaculture with wateruse=aquaculture
daveswarthout at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 13:35:07 UTC 2017
I have no problem with tagging mariculture operations
with landuse=aquaculture although it is a bit odd sounding. I wonder if the
key salt=yes will be sufficient (or even acceptable) to indicate when such
aquaculture is occurring in the ocean?
As for whether this is refining/redefining or redefining the landuse tag, I
would rather say we're "expanding its definition" to include watery
On Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 6:04 PM, Tom Pfeifer <t.pfeifer at computer.org> wrote:
> On 12.01.2017 10:27, Warin wrote:
>> On 12-Jan-17 07:55 PM, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>>> 2017-01-12 1:19 GMT+01:00 Dave Swarthout:
>>> I honestly don't see the need for another top-level tag for this
>>> +1, IMHO we can use landuse for all kind of surface use, be it "land"
>>> or "water" or sulfuric acid, or whatever. In case of stacked
>>> "surfaces" (e.g. oysters in the water and something different above
>>> them on the surface), this can be solved with "layer"s and maybe other
>>> indications like "depth", "ele", "height", etc. (also in case of land,
>>> the landuse is about all or the principal use above and below the
>>> surface, ie. there's an implied thickness)
>> Nice .. some mines are underground ... with possibly separate use on the
>> ground itself.
>> As far as artificial oyster beds (the ones humans use to 'farm' oysters)
>> ... these as so close to the surface I'd not bother with a layer, there
>> is no other use above these as far as I am aware, at least not in my
>> part of the world.
>> So .. anyone against redefining 'landuse' to include water?
> If you mean _refining_ and not _redefining_ that is fine, i.e. adding to
> the definition that it can include water. As Martin said, you could use a
> layer tag for your mines, we have location=underground as well for such
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