annekadistel at web.de
Sat Sep 18 11:07:56 UTC 2021
I linked three in a previous email which have several photos. I have
come across some which have a commemorative plaque outside, so it's not
just memory; it is recorded.
On 18/09/2021 07:46, Mateusz Konieczny via Tagging wrote:
> Can you link photo of such place?
> Is there some building style/infrastructure there?
> Or is it case of people just remembering that some
> enterprise existed there?
> Sep 18, 2021, 01:22 by annekadistel at web.de:
> "we map what's present" - is that current use? What if it's
> vacant? Do we map what we see or what the locals see, i.e. "That
> looks like an interesting building, what is it?" - "Oh, that's the
> old creamery, but it closed in 1975." Do you tag that as
> building=yes or building=industrial or whatever the outcome of
> this discussion will be?
> On 17/09/2021 23:53, Dave F via Tagging wrote:
>> On 17/09/2021 20:44, Yves via Tagging wrote:
>>> Building=church is not used because it's a place of worship, but
>>> because the building have a church architecture.
>> If I was to build a residential property in a style that I, or
>> more importantly, you perceive as a church; & to then say it
>> should be tagged as a church, even though it's *never* been one,
>> is ridiculous.
>> The building:use tag inappropriately expects contributors to make
>> guesses bases purely on a building's visual appearance.
>> What does a 'architecturally like a church' church look like?
>> it's so varied.
>> This is a church:
>> In OSM we map what's current. When a building stops being used as
>> a church/school/whatever, the building tag get s amended
>> appropriated;. If someone wishes to record what it was, the
>> historic tag, or similar can be used.
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