[Tagging] Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Aerialway stations

Colin Smale colin.smale at xs4all.nl
Sat Aug 15 13:03:56 UTC 2020

It seems we can't even agree on what question to ask an "expert". @dktue
I think you started this discussion... What was your intention at the
time? Was it "how do we identify top/bottom stations on a cable car"? If
you ask an "expert" you might get an answer involving the project
numbers for the build phase, or the serial numbers of the pylons. Let's
stop looking for even more solutions until we have clearly defined the
problem. Otherwise you will end up with 100 different "solutions" and an
argument about which is best. If it's about tagging the stations as
upper/mid/lower according to their altitude and topological location,
then we are there already; you should prepare a tagging proposal and put
it to the vote.

And bear in mind the values should ultimately be meaningful to a normal
person, not just to a ski lift engineer, and to people with limited
English (so using French/German/Italian nomenclature for example would
not be helpful). 

On 2020-08-15 14:37, Yves wrote:

> Maybe (as always here) we are too few specialists on this list to find the right values. I know of two forum funivie.org and remontées-mécaniques.net that specialize in the field, but in Italian and French. Does anybody know of a similar community, but English speaking?
> Maybe we could have good advice and get a few new mapper's on board.
> Yves
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