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Tue Jan 8 14:50:34 UTC 2019
> On Jan 8, 2019, at 2:30 AM, Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> wrote:
> Am 07.01.2019 um 16:12 schrieb Bryan Housel:
>> On “both is OK”. the `service:vehicle` issue was because we can’t use the same key `service=*` to contain both things like `tyres` (a few thousands) and `driveway` (a few millions). Sorry, but the `service=tyres` has to go. A few thousand uses is not “established tagging practice”. And I doubt that that usage was ever discussed here or proposed either. If it was, I missed the proposal where someone said “lets put tyres in a tag already used 3 million times for something else”. My “no” vote on such a thing would not have mattered anyway.
> This is not a given, your problem exists just as a consequence of iD
> retrieving tag values from taginfo and how iD presets are designed.
> Everything else (as in any other editor) definitely doesn't have an
> issue with sub-tag keys using the same name as there is more than enough
> context to be able to differentiate the different usages.
How does Vespucci work around this?
- just build in lists of what all the acceptable values are that people are allowed to enter in different contexts?
- or let people type anything but expect them to already know what the good values are from wiki research?
- or just don’t support the `service=` key in some contexts?
- or something else?
(skipping the rest of the email about `sells=`.. it’s way off topic)
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