[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Baby changing table

marc marc marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 25 23:19:19 UTC 2019

no:) (or more exactly: it has been said but I say it again
in case you missed it)

I notice that the page has almost doubled in size :(
I wonder if you shouldn't split the proposal into two:

a minimalist proposal that takes the rela data from the diaper=* tag
and provides a better schema to encode it, an idea that I fully support.

another proposal to promote all other information (fee: there are really 
paid changing tables in the free toilets ? presence of straps or
a pillow: there is really a parent who will base his choice on this 
criterion ? changing_table:wheelchair:description:xx : there is really
a utility that a contributor describe in his own language that the 
changing table is inaccessible like all those I have seen ?
maybe my experience is not diversified enough

furthermore the proposal was based on the principle of harmonizing tags 
with what is done for other objects, but now it introduces 
inconsistencies (features=bench <> bench=yes for example)

Le 25.04.19 à 19:16, Valor Naram a écrit :
> There's no discussion concerning the proposal of "baby changing table" 
> anymore. What's happening? Should I start the voting process? Are all 
> words said?
> Answer "no" (with or without any reason) and I won't start the voting.
> Cheers
> Sören alias Valor Naram
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Baby changing table
> From: Valor Naram
> To: tagging at openstreetmap.org
> CC:
>     *Definition:* A tag to mark the possibility to change the baby's nappy
>     *Proposal page:*
>     https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/baby_changing_tables
>     Please join the discussion and I will spend time to make changes.
>     Cheerio
>     Sören alias Valor Naram
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