[Tagging] Clubhouse vs Community Centre
robin.burek at gmx.de
Thu Apr 1 14:21:37 UTC 2021
Am 01.04.2021 um 15:59 schrieb nathan case:
> Even if we hold the assertation that a club is a type of community,
> you seem to be saying that any place where any community meets is
> therefore a community centre.
No, but a place that is only used by a club would be a community_centre
I can also meet regularly with a club in a restaurant, which doesn't
mean that it becomes a "community_centre".
> That is what I disagree with.
> A community centre is a very specific term. It has far more
> requirements to it than simply being the meeting place of a club (or
> in your definition a very specific community). Wikipedia gives a list
> of example activities which one normally expects a community centre to
In this description after the Wikipedia article, my execution is
1. "in their communities" -> community = club
* -> "As the place for all-community celebrations at various
occasions and traditions."
* -> "As a place where community members meet each other socially."
* -> "As a place housing local clubs and volunteer activities."
* -> "As a place for community resources."
Attention my opinion: I have to honestly say that I don't understand why
you can't just continue using a more established tag that is also
grammatically correct ...? "Community_centre" shouldn't just be
interpreted too narrowly, because community is more than just a
neighborhood or something similar.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Tagging