[Tagging] memorial:type and memorial
janjko at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 12:56:36 UTC 2017
There was a similar topic about memorials and artworks a while ago, and I
mentioned my idea of a tag like sculpture_shape. It would have values like
bust, person_standing, person_sitting, person_on_horse, abstract and so on.
Then there's already a well established tag subject:wikidata=Qxxx. With
those two tags we have the way it looks (if it's a sculpture), and who/what
it's dedicated to.
If a memorial is about a specific battle, data consumers would still like
to know that it is a war_memorial. So subject:wikidata=* (or subject=*)
should point to the specific battle, but some other tag should explain the
broader subject. Maybe topic=* or theme=* with values like battle,
mass_killing, war_hero, notable_person_death, notable_person_home,
notable_event, archeological_finding ...
memorial=stolperstein is fine by me because it describes the shape and the
topic in one tag.
Also memorial:type=plaque, plate, stele, obelisk seem ok to me.
pon, 16. sij 2017. u 10:06 Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
> What is the "type" or "kind" of a memorial?
> There are currently different ideas crammed together in the subkeys, some
> referring to the physical appearance, others referring to the topic or
> E.g. the suggested/documented tags:
> all refer to the physical aspect of the memorial.
> The suggested tag:
> memorial=war_memorial refers to the topic of the memorial
> the suggested tags
> because they are very specific, refer to both, the physical aspect and the
> IMHO we should have distinct tags for these properties, because they occur
> indepently/are different properties.
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