[Tagging] Missing access value (access=license / authorization?)
voschix at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 09:54:24 UTC 2018
I would make the distinction bub from a map-data end-user's point of view:
can I walk/drive up to the place and obtain a permit on the fly, with or
without paying a "fee". The on-the-fly payment may include payment of
membership of some kind on first entry, or similar arrangements. If access
requires prior membership in a club or an association, I would suggest to
use access=members. Admittedly there is a soft border with "customers", for
example in case of access to the car park of shops that requires membership
(e.g. REI in the US).
On Mon, 30 Jul 2018, 00:46 marc marc, <marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Le 29. 07. 18 à 22:35, Martin Koppenhoefer a écrit :
> >> On 27. Jul 2018, at 17:53, marc marc wrote:
> >> I didn't understand how getting a license in your example is different
> >> from getting a license from a sports club.
> > I would understand that the permit will be obtained by everybody
> following the application rules, while the sports club doesn’t give you a
> “license”, it requires you to be a member, where it is usually at the
> discretion of the other members if they take you or not.
> maybe for a golf sport club.
> but for all other sport club I have or I had be a member,
> no other members have to (dis)agree or not.
> I only need to fill a form, follow the rule and sometime pay a fee
> So I now understand that what somebody call a permit is
> a license for somebody else :)
> > I would certainly not call the visitors “customers of the castle”.
> > Similarly, the members of a sports club are not “customers”
> so who are the customers of a POI ?
> how to map a "for customers only" ?
> I often see this tagged as "access=customers"
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