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Thu May 10 20:44:46 UTC 2018
On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 9:23 PM, Nick Bolten <nbolten at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree that capacity:*=yes isn't as information-rich, it's just the
> convention listed on the wiki: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:
Not the convention but A convention. More precisely, an option:
> I suppose it could help communicate different certainties in mapping.
> There is *some* value in knowing
whether any spaces are available, versus the exact number.
There's a benefit to knowing if there are/are not disabled spaces available
rather than not knowing at all.
But if you know the number it's far better to use that rather than "yes."
Combining `capacity:disabled=5` with `capacity:disabled:ramp=4` would imply
> that 1 disabled parking space doesn't have dedicated room for a van ramp,
> if I understand your question right.
That was what I had in mind. Because capacity:disabled=5 and
capacity:disabled:ramp=yes would imply
they all have room for a ramp, which may not be the case (and it's probably
better to give the number for ramps
anyway, so there is no ambiguity). Leaving room for a ramp means less room
for parking in general, so you
might get 5 disabled spaces and only 2 with room for ramps.
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