[Tagging] Deprecation of non-approved values for diplomatic=?
lionel.giard at gmail.com
Fri Jun 14 11:02:15 UTC 2019
I think that the only deprecated tag in the accepted proposal is
"amenity=embassy" (which is indicated on the wiki page too).
The wrong diplomatic value are just what old tagging scheme lead to. It
doesn't need to be deprecated to me as it never existed officially (i
think) - and it will probably be fixed at some point in the future when
contributor update the embassy/consulate/...
The only action i would take is to *add the note on the wiki page of
"diplomatic=*" for each of the "non-approved" value*, where we specifically
tell what is the new approved *sub-tag* (so people know that there is an
alternative). Like for "diplomatic=honorary_consulate", note in the
description that it could be tagged as "diplomatic=consulate" +
"consulate=honorary_consul" with the new tagging scheme.
Le ven. 14 juin 2019 à 12:32, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> a écrit :
> in general, I try to avoid marking anything as deprecated. I think the
> term only gives people wrong ideas. If anything, try to find wording
> that says "today, most mappers prefer the X tag", but don't say "this
> tag is deprecated" except in very clear circumstances, where an
> overwhelming majority has actually decided that this tag should be
> listed as "deprecated".
> Claiming something is "deprecated" should never be a silent side-effect
> of some other vote.
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