[talk-au] TAGGING a 'club' to a suburb rather than its actual street address ot isolate risk of theft/abuse
ben.kelley at gmail.com
Thu Jul 6 06:17:34 UTC 2017
I think if the club has a location, then map a node at the club's
location. (e.g. some type of amenity tag) Use the normal tags for
contact details (phone number, web site).
I don't think it makes sense to add tags to the place node.
On 6/7/17 16:04, Gary Pope wrote:
> Intent: Would like to tag locations of many woodworking club houses
> around Australia
> Issue: * Woodworking clubs like to attract new members, or visiting
> members from other clubs
> * Woodworking clubs often contain expensive machinery -
> theft target
> * But they do have websites that we can link to
> * Some don't have websites, but newsletters
> * If newsletters are linked to, they often
> contain personal names & phone numbers
> Proposal: * Add a tag to suburbs (place=suburb) that have
> woodworking clubs. Such as:
> * place=suburb, club:woodwork=yes,
> * Add a tag to woodwork clubs that want their
> clubhouse location known, such as:
> * club=woodwork (note
> craft/shop=woodwork would be wrong, as
> these places are not for commercial use)
> * Contact woodwork clubs and ask them if / how
> they wish to be tagged
> * Worst case scenario would be to create a
> separate database and host that as an overlay to
> Issues: * Which tag(s) to use
> * Tagging suburbs with woodwork club facilities (Would
> very much like to know if this is ok, or if there are
> * Legal issues (privacy?) if we were to link to
> * Woodworking club houses are often owned by the
> council, but can be privately owned - some extra info
> Any feedback would be very welcome.
> For testing purposes we have identified 6 'example' clubs that don't
> mind their full exposure right to an address.
> But feedback from various parties suggest it might be better to have a
> POINTER only at a SUBURB level, along with some sort of description
> that demonstrates that there is a 'club' in the area "nearby"
> *Gary A. Pope*
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