Bert -Araali- Van Opstal
bert.araali.afritastic at gmail.com
Sat Mar 20 12:56:48 UTC 2021
I like Zeke's simplicity though. However url might be to technical and
source for confusion again with URI
Why don't we use a common word for url / website / webpage, like
webaddress=* or internet_address=*.
Everything can fit there.
I see no added value using a prefix or suffix by the mapper.
The type of address it refers to is defined by the scheme in the URI or
For data consumers or OSM API it is, to avoid being truncated (we still
have a 255 limit on values
So if webaddress=* or internet_address=* or even the existing webpage=*
and website=* need suffixes/prefixes if you want to store more then one
url or even long url's. URL's don't have a 255 limit.
On 19/03/2021 17:15, Marc_marc wrote:
> Le 19.03.21 à 15:09, Zeke Farwell a écrit :
>> I'd say use "url" as a namespace
> 1st schema without a prefix
> 2nd schema with contact: for contact infos
> 3th schema https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/standards.png
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