[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (consulate)
allan at mustard.net
Thu Oct 25 17:01:55 UTC 2018
Good point. Many embassies and consulates are an office in an office building, not an area. I represent them with a node in my mapping of Ashgabat (see the Embassy of Qatar in Ashgabat). Landuse is thus not a good solution, I fear.
There is also the issue of multiple sites for an embassy (in Ashgabat my embassy has four locations, two of which are offices in office buildings). I mapped those two as nodes and tagged amenity=embassy. Seems to work.
If there is no consensus yet on an alternative, for now I will leave the proposal as amenity=consulate since that matches amenity=embassy. We still have lots of time to consider alternatives, however! Any new ideas?
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> On Oct 25, 2018, at 2:57 PM, marc marc <marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com> wrote:
> if you known the "land scope" of a consulate,
> of course you may add it like we did sometime for school
> and thus all tag are only on one polygon.
> but landuse can't be the main tag, because if you have no idea about the
> scope of a consulate, or if the consulate only have a level inside a
> building, you can't add a landuse tag.
> which is why I think it's best to keep the two subjects separate.
>> Le 25. 10. 18 à 03:25, Allan Mustard a écrit :
>> I like Graeme's idea. Round peg in round hole. How would people feel
>> about modifying the current Consulate proposal to encompass this? Or
>> should I leave the proposal for amenity=consulate as it is?
>>> On 10/25/2018 3:13 AM, Graeme Fitzpatrick wrote:
>>> Just had a thought :-)
>>> Would this work under the landuse=government / civic_admin /
>>> public_admin that was being discussed t'other day?
>>> Maybe something like:
>>> government=diplomatic (rendering with the current "embassy" flag)
>>> diplomatic=embassy / consulate etc
>>> services=visa; passport etc
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