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Mon Dec 10 01:38:00 UTC 2018
On 10/12/18 10:47, Sergio Manzi wrote:
> ... beside, are you sure those hooks are for hammocks? How can you
> hang 3 hammocks radially from the center point? There doesn't seems to
> be enough "angle" between them... Have you ever seen an actual hammock
> hanging from there? Presence of the ropes makes me think they are
> thought for something else...
A spiders web made out of rope - made for people to climb on?
Possibly removed due to the probability of a fall resulting in serious
I too would not map it .. until I saw it in use.
> On 2018-12-10 00:40, Sergio Manzi wrote:
>> Wow! Either those things are high enough that a would be suicide
>> could make good use of them, or sooner or later a kid will loose an
>> eye on one of those hooks... :-/
>> My advice? Don't map those: you could be held liable...
>> On 2018-12-10 00:29, Sérgio V. wrote:
>>> Hi, I've found a playground equipment that is made to hang hammocks.
>>> It's a kind of industrialized urban furniture specially made for it.
>>> This one consists of a central fixed pole and hook that can hang a
>>> limited number of hammocks in a radial disposition,
>>> each one with its other pole and hook (but it might exist other
>>> dispositions), as it can be seen here:
>>> In portuguese it was named "redário" ("a place for hammocks": "rede"
>>> meaning the mesh; the suffix "-ario" as the latin for "a place for",
>>> like in "orchid-arium").
>>> It was found here:
>>> It would be nice to have a tag to it.
>>> Also considering that the representative image for "key:leisure", as
>>> it is in the wiki page of
>>> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:leisure ,
>>> actually is a hammock:
>>> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/File:Hammock_-_Polynesia.jpg ,
>>> and which also represents the wikidata image for "leisure":
>>> We have no tag for "places for hammocks" until now.
>>> I was thinking if it could be tagged as:
>>> since what effectively assures its proper function is that it has
>>> hooks to hang hammocks.
>>> What do you think? Thank you in advance.
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