[Tagging] Recommendation for building tags

Warin 61sundowner at gmail.com
Fri Jul 28 00:09:34 UTC 2017

On 27-Jul-17 10:21 PM, Vozniuk Taras wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Thanks for the feedback.
> Thanks, more detail is always better, so that the data is cleaner, 
> however we will like to leave it for the user to specify if he wants 
> to add underground levels or not.
> Got it, didn’t think about inclined building like tower of pise in the 
> first place. Will just use *ground:incline=yes *or*landuse:incline=yes 
> *as you guys decide in the follow up.

An incline is not a landuse. So do not use that.

> Best,
> Taras.
>> On 27 Jul 2017, at 8:14 PM, marc marc <marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com 
>> <mailto:marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com>> wrote:
>> Le 27. 07. 17 à 13:30, Vozniuk Taras a écrit :
>>> 2. *Whether building has basement or not.*
>>> Ok, so I guess when user selects basement -> yes, he then needs to
>>> specify how many underground floors building contains.
>> you can, it's better.
>> if unknown or if you don't want/need this detail,
>> you can also just tag it with building:levels:underground=yes
>>> 4. *Slope of the site where building is located.*
>>> I mean exactly this case - https://goo.gl/images/2ofQXr
>>> It would be good if we have a choice of just specifying whether the 
>>> site
>>> is steep or not.
>> 2 things :
>> you can't put up/down to an area because a area have no direction
>> or if really needed, you need to add direction, it think it is unneeded
>> for your case.
>> yes/no 'll be enough for an area
>> use up/down on way or entrance
>> building:incline=yes mean for me that the building itself is like the
>> tower of Pise, not the ground
>> maybe something like ground:incline=yes or landuse:incline=yes
>> Let's see what other mapper think about that.
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