[talk-au] Pathogen Control Stations
61sundowner at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 23:57:43 UTC 2018
To avoid future misuse of the tag there needs to be 2 tags
One for cleansing - elimination of contaminates
The other for cleaning - beautification
If only one tag were made people would use it for both functions.
I really do want to avoid the misuse of the tag by those who cannot be
bothered to make a more correct tag.
In order to separate the two I like to distinguish them by using shoe
for the beautification/cleaning and boot for the cleansing/purging.
The boot is usually seen as the more rugged of the two and usually taken
as the thing used for bush-walking/tramping etc.
Any other ideas as to words to use?
I like that purging is a significantly different form from cleaning -
leading to more visual separation between the two tags.
- On 30/06/18 01:43, Jonathon Rossi wrote:
> Thanks Warin,
> I read your suggestion for "man_made=boot_cleansing", I'd opt for
> "man_made=shoe_cleansing" since I don't wear boots but running shoes
> as a runner not a hiker. The QPWS web site mentions "footwear", I
> think shoe would be the most inclusive term.
> P.S. Sorry I didn't reply on the tagging list, don't know of any way
> to reply to that thread without having received those emails.
> On Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 9:06 AM Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com
> <mailto:61sundowner at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Don't know - nothing in OSM I can see.
> I'll ask on the tagging list and see what they say.
> Note .. it may well not render/show up on the maps for sometime even
> once there is a tag and there are a few 100 mapped.
> On 28/06/18 21:49, Jonathon Rossi wrote:
> > Throughout the Gold Coast Hinterland (including Lamington and
> > Springbrook National Parks) there are pathogen control stations.
> > are designed to be used by humans to reduce soil and other
> > contaminates being carried on shoes between sections of the
> > parks.
> > Many have big brushes (mounted facing up) to clean soil out of your
> > shoes and a disinfectant applier for the base of your shoe, example
> > photo:
> > I mapped one last week in Springbrook NP, however couldn't find any
> > relevant tags to apply to the node. Has anyone mapped them or seen
> > them mapped in OSM before? Is there anything similar that could
> be a
> > relevant tag?
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