[Tagging] webpage=*

mail at marcos-martinez.net mail at marcos-martinez.net
Thu Mar 18 18:08:46 UTC 2021


Sorry for getting our own abbreviation wrong: this should have been
"...one of the weak points of OSM"... 

Am 18.03.2021 18:47, schrieb mail at marcos-martinez.net:

> This topic perfectly reflects one of the weak points OMS: Data consistency. Coming up with new tags is perfectly fine if you try to reflect reality in a way we couldn't before. Just starting to use a new tag that very easily can get confused with an existing one implies a high risk of getting "corrected".  Situation nowadays is: The standard to indicate a POI reference on the internet where people can consult further information is "Webpage", no discussion about that. People, myself included, haven't thought about the definition of what a webpage vs website is. 
> 
> - Someone thinks this is not the right terminology? 
> 
> Let's discuss it, agree on the right one and deprecate the other. 
> 
> - Someone believes it makes sense to make the distinction? 
> 
> Let's discuss it and if we agree we document it and try to promote the new scheme. 
> 
> Until any of these options has happened I believe nobody can be blamed for trying to keep the database clean. 
> 
> Cheers, 
> 
> Marcos (Mar Mar) 
> 
> Am 18.03.2021 14:51, schrieb Paul Allen: 
> 
> On Thu, 18 Mar 2021 at 13:45, Robin Burek <robin.burek at gmx.de> wrote: 
> 
> Overall, I would assume that there are no automatic edits here, but rather a good quality management tool is used. I would - even if it is perhaps wrong from a linguistic point of view - primarily (if it is the only list on the Internet) to display such pages under "website" - here you just have to think about the data consumer. 
> 
> Long, long ago you could have made the argument that everything should be 
> website=*.  But now we can tag wikipedia webpages.  Facebook user/group 
> pages.  And images (I've seen a couple of website that consist entirely of 
> an image with text on it).  So the data consumer already has several 
> things to check for rather than assuming that if it's accessible to a web 
> browser then we've tagged it as website=*.  Or should we move all 
> of those under website=*? 
> 
> -- 
> Paul 
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