[Tagging] Feature Proposal - Voting - Green alley

- - 162553 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 04:14:25 UTC 2020


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> Then it would be good idea to clearly
> communicate this requirement in tags.
>
> official_green_alley?
>

> [...]
>

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Because if you introduce green_alley
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tag with intention to use it only for
>
some green alleys then it will be confusing,
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and tag will likely change meaning anyway.
>

Good suggestion. I have amended the proposal with *official_green_alley.*


Le lun. 17 août 2020 à 05:32, Mateusz Konieczny via Tagging <
tagging at openstreetmap.org> a écrit :

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> 17 Aug 2020, 07:36 by 162553 at gmail.com:
>
> ***Ops: this feature is not currently subject to a vote. Wrong subject,
> sorry all. Current status is RFC.***
> Thank you for your welcome.
>
>
> Is it just about signposted and officially recognized places?
> Or is it supposed to be similar to tree_lined tag.
>
>
> They are indeed signposted and officially recognized places.
>
> Then it would be good idea to clearly
> communicate this requirement in tags.
>
> official_green_alley?
>
>
> How mapper is supposed to distinguish
> where it is done by local residents and one
> where it is done by city?
>
>
> Every green alley I know have been initiated by local residents, then have
> received some help by the city, but other cities have their own ways. Would
> this distinction be important?
>
> Because if you introduce green_alley
> tag with intention to use it only for
> some green alleys then it will be confusing,
> and tag will likely change meaning anyway.
>
> See natural=tree originally intended
> to be used only for notable trees.
>
> Is it possible that such green alley will not include any plants?
> If yes - name is confusing. If no - why mention this bonus equipment as
> distinguishing feature.
>
>
> No, plants are the central aspect of a green alley, but the various
> "furniture" is worth a mention, since the alley is also a kind of a
> collective achievement (not sure if the phrasing is good, I mean "oeuvre
> commune") where citizen fill the space with arts and furniture as they deem
> relevant. Like a park: a park is also, most of the time, tree-lined, but it
> can also include some public furniture that are worth mentioning if you try
> to describe the idea of a park to someone who never saw one.
>
> This concept might be new to many, but it is definitely something that is
> recognized by all who live nearby one, and officially signposted and
> recognized by the city in it's own maps. It would also be a useful thing to
> add to OSM, as many residents or outsiders look forward to them.
>
>
> Le dim. 16 août 2020 à 03:44, Mateusz Konieczny via Tagging <
> tagging at openstreetmap.org> a écrit :
>
> Thanks for posting on mailing list!
>
> Is it just about signposted and officially recognized places?
> Or is it supposed to be similar to tree_lined tag.
>
> How mapper is supposed to distinguish
> where it is done by local residents and one
> where it is done by city?
>
> Why it is using alley=green_alley if
> it is restricted only to some green alleys?
>
> "Some are public art places, furnished with benchs,
> playgrounds for kids, tables, public bookcases or include urban gardening
> spots."
>
> Is it possible that such green alley will not include any plants?
> If yes - name is confusing. If no - why mention this bonus equipment as
> distinguishing feature.
>
> Aug 16, 2020, 00:42 by 162553 at gmail.com:
>
> Hi all,
> I'd like to revive an old proposal, namely the "*Green alley*".
> Description:
> A green alley is a service alley that a group of local residents embellish
> with vegetation, such as trees, vines and flowers. This collective effort
> results in a better quality of life for residents in addition to reduce the
> phenomenon of urban heat islands.
>
> Cities with a special program can support these renaturalization efforts
> by providing tools and special materials, or by performing special roadwork
> such as digging holes for plants and trees.
>
> Link to the wiki:
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/green_alley
>
> Original discussion on tagging mailing list:
> https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/tagging/2013-August/014514.html
>
> Cheers
>
>
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