[Tagging] Trailhead tagging

Tobias Wrede list at tobias-wrede.de
Sun Jan 6 11:10:16 UTC 2019

Am 03.01.2019 um 00:57 schrieb Peter Elderson:
> About the use of referencing tags. I agree this is not yet the best 
> result. Wikipedia links to the dutch page for TOP's (as they are 
> called here), I think that is correct. url links to a site which lists 
> all the official dutch trailheads. website links to the recreational 
> publishing sites of different official operators. Each province has 
> its own operator (and trailhead style).  Some of those have a web page 
> for each trailhead, others have a simple list, others an interactive 
> map or search function... and they reorganise quite often. Permalinks? 
> What? Never heard of...) so we don't link deep but refer to a 
> list/search/map/filter page.
> Op wo 2 jan. 2019 om 23:43 schreef Tobias Wrede <list at tobias-wrede.de 
> <mailto:list at tobias-wrede.de>>:
>     As a side note: Looking at the examples I found that you added
>     keys like
>     wikipedia=nl:Toeristisch Overstappunt
>     url=https://gpsfietsroutesnederland.nl/toeristische-overstappunten/
>     website=https://www.natuurpoorten.nl/
>     <https://gpsfietsroutesnederland.nl/toeristische-overstappunten/website=https://www.natuurpoorten.nl/>
>     These are all generic references that could be added to the OSM wiki
>     page. On the individual trailheads I would expect a website of the
>     specific trail.
Would you add https://www.government.nl/topics/primary-education to all 
amenity=school in the Netherlands? Or 
wikipiedia=nl:Lijst_van_hogeronderwijsinstellingen_in_Nederland for all 
amenity=university? Or wikipedia=nl:Lijst_van_rivieren_in_Nederland to 
all the rivers? Or even wikipedia=nl:Rivier?

I think the Wikipedia and website links should be very specific to the 
individual object and not replace a dictionary.


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