[Tagging] How to tag a threshing floor
antoniomadeira at gmx.com
Fri Nov 6 20:08:29 UTC 2020
This is not correct. Threshing floors do not have protected status in
Portugal. There are some that are included in open air museums and maybe
in archaelogical sites, but there are thousands all over the country and
only maybe 10 or 20 are "protected".
As I said, they're still used, although rarely with the original intent.
Here's a proposal on how to map these features, from the Portuguese
(**) "man_made" is mandatory
(***) "historic" is optional, but *highly recommended*, if
"historic" is relevant
(****) optional, any value admissible for tag "surface"
(*****) optional, any value admissible for tag "access"
Às 05:26 de 06/11/2020, Jez Nicholson escreveu:
> I believe that a key point is that these threshing floors have
> protected status in Portugal and Spain due to their historical
> significance. The suggestion of using 'historic[al]' is to represent
> In other parts of the world, where it is in current use and not
> ancient/protected then perhaps it is an 'amenity'?
> Is there a subtag to distinguish an historical/protected amenity from
> a straight/unprotected one?
> On Thu, 5 Nov 2020, 23:08 António Madeira via Tagging,
> <tagging at openstreetmap.org <mailto:tagging at openstreetmap.org>> wrote:
> Yes, as I said in the previous message, it was my
> misunderstanding. Sorry about that.
> Às 20:02 de 05/11/2020, Mateusz Konieczny escreveu:
>> I was referring to
>> I see there's a reference to this feature in this
>> wiki page, but wouldn't it fit better in the man_made tag? After all,
>> this is still an used feature, although not always with the original intent.
>> Nov 5, 2020, 19:55 by tagging at openstreetmap.org
>> <mailto:tagging at openstreetmap.org>:
>> I didn't get it, Mateusz.
>> What does historic=wayside_shrine have to do with threshing
>>> On Thu, 5 Nov 2020 at 11:37, Mateusz Konieczny via
>>> Tagging <tagging at openstreetmap.org
>>> <mailto:tagging at openstreetmap.org>> wrote:
>>> We also have historic=wayside_shrine that is
>>> used for ones that are not historic at all.
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