andrew.harvey4 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 09:22:01 UTC 2018
Terminology does seem to vary around the world with apartment, flat, unit
all being interchangeable, I see the building:flats tag as the number of
self-contained residential units (where a unit has it's own front door,
kitchen, toilet (room) and bathroom).
I wouldn't recommend building:flats=1 on a house, according to the wiki
house is already "A single dwelling unit usually inhabited by one family."
On 5 August 2018 at 18:43, marc marc <marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Le 05. 08. 18 à 01:39, Warin a écrit :
> > On 05/08/18 08:59, marc marc wrote:
> >> Le 05. 08. 18 à 00:47, Andrew Harvey a écrit :
> >>> What's the process to change the Status from "In use" to "Approved"?
> >> write a propal, request for comment, call for voting
> >> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposal_process
> >> it would be interesting to see how much to see the tag was used
> >> exept by the 2 imports having used it
> >> _______________________________________________
> > And the description? documented on the wiki as "number of residential
> > units (flats,
> > apartments) in an apartment building, residential building, house,
> > detached house or similar building".
> > Sounds like any kind of building .. that has a number (1?) of
> > residential "units".
> > Could be anything residential - a single family home with that
> > description qualifies.
> Sorry I didn't understand what you mean
> of course single family hone qualifie for a (a little useless in this
> case) building:flats=1
> but what's the issue with it ?
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