[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Lounges
tohaklim at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 05:16:53 UTC 2018
There are hotel lounges that offer showering facilities, but to access these lounges (executive lounges, clubs - they are called different names), you normally need to check in/be of elite status (hence the need for an access scheme described in the RFP). There are usually various amenities (food/drink/wlan) provided, if not showers, so a separate tagging scheme as suggested would be more convenient, rather than lounge=yes on the main node.
I feel like making this a PT tag limits it quite a bit, since some of these are a bit more than just a waiting room. Although admittedly most are connected to (public) transport, having a universal tag seems to allow better coverage overall.
> 10/06/2018, 4:33, Johnparis <okosm at johnfreed.com>:
> I would think hotel lounges don't qualify, then, under what you're describing. I've never seen one that offers showers. Hotel lounges are just alcoholic bars in a hotel. You want a shower, you have to check in to the hotel.
> As a node or area (room?) within a public_transport=station, it makes sense to me. I'd limit it to those.
> Are they really amenities? Maybe public_transport=lounge? Or public_transport=station + lounge=yes ? Either way you would have the option of wlan=yes/no, shower=yes/no, etc., though with the latter it's not clear whether those options apply only within the lounge.
>> On Sat, Jun 9, 2018 at 11:25 PM, Anton Klim <tohaklim at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the reply Volker!
>> I had in mind a tag to describe the first 2 of the definitions given by you (a hotel “lounge” in my mind is more like an airport lounge than a plain lobby).
>> For alcoholic bars the current tagging scheme appears sufficient so I didn’t mean to cover that. That is not to say that there isn’t alcohol served at the other 2 types of “lounges”.
>> I believe a general approach might be too complicated/convoluted, especially in the case of waiting rooms at gov offices and the like - more indoor mapping territory to me.
>> The proposal was designed to cover all the other, usually transport-related glorified waiting rooms/lounges. It can be used for simple waiting rooms, but is really useful for lounges with added amenities, e.g showers, food.
>> 9/06/2018, 22:20, Volker Schmidt <voschix at gmail.com>:
>>> The term Lounge has several distinct meanings, amongst them
>>> Airport Lounge
>>> Hotel Lobby
>>> Alcohol Bar
>>> Which one do you have in mind?
>>> If the first one, then maybe a more general approach should be taken to deal with all kinds of waiting rooms (at a train station, at a bus station, at airports, at a medical facility, at the tax office, ...
>>> An Airport Lounge is more or less modelled on a first-class train-station waiting room.
>>>> On 9 June 2018 at 14:02, Anton Klim <tohaklim at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hey everyone,
>>>> A prolonged waiting period spend sitting in a lounge gave me an opportunity to send out the draft proposal for lounges, which can be found here:
>>>> What is proposed:
>>>> A distinct amenity=* value for lounges ( Lounge), usually used to describe a comfortable waiting area with optional food/drink/other facilities, is proposed.
>>>> I was quite surprised to see no tag was already in wide use/agreed on, but happy to be proven wrong if I missed it.
>>>> As usual with these things, suggestions/comments are very welcome.
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