marc.gemis at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 14:03:54 UTC 2017
I guess that for every categorization, whether you use shop=x or,
sell=x;y;z or sell:x=yes someone will come by and want to divide that
category into two. So x will be split into x' and x'', both
subcategories of x, until we end up with the categories containing
exactly one product :-)
imho we should stay pragmatic and not to try to add too much detail.
In the end the user will still have to consult the pricelist of the
shop to see whether she wants the specific product for the price
offered by the store and whether the product is available at the
moment of the purchase.
On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 12:19 PM, joost schouppe
<joost.schouppe at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There are general stores (shop= ) that sell fuel too ...
> Well, that goes for any product and any shop. While your suggestion does
> make sense, we already have a long list of shop types. No one made this
> particular suggestion during the fuel-shop discussion (unless I'm mistaken).
> But it is true that it might have been more logical to only use shop=[shop
> type] for shops that sell a range of products that people have an idea of
> (e.g. diy, supermarket). Any shop that specializes in just one product (or
> an unusual combination of things) could then be tagged with shop=yes + sells
> (or vending:*=*?) to specify what you can buy there. That would have made
> tagging specialty stores a lot easier i guess. You could then add stuff like
> vending:bread=no to supermarkets if their range excludes something you would
> expect (in stead of tagging every little thing they sell with a positive).
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