[Talk-GB] Labelling a greasy spoon caff
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 18:55:49 UTC 2015
Oddly enough I was thinking about this only a couple of hours ago. I'm
aware of very few transport caffs on OSM.
Have they disappeared or do I just not encounter them anymore? The only
place which I thought fits the bill is on the Old Rufford Road
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/944504087, and I used cafe=transport to
Of course there are also lots of places in trailers or modified containers
situated in laybys and I suspect they are rarely mapped (I certainly tend
to ignore them).
On 24 April 2015 at 19:46, Lester Caine <lester at lsces.co.uk> wrote:
> On 24/04/15 18:28, Dan S wrote:
> > Any thoughts about tagging a greasy spoon cafe (a caff)? It's a
> > particular British type of food that we need to be able to locate
> > accurately ;)
> > In taginfo I see
> > cuisine=breakfast (282)
> > cuisine=british (73)
> > but both seem too vague to me. There are a handful of
> > cuisine=greasy_spoon (4)
> > so I'll go with that unless there's anything better I've missed.
> Interestingly all three of them have additional entries with upper case
> first letters!
> It surprises me that there are not more 'transport_cafe' references
> given the number of greasy spoon truck stops, but you are right that
> there does not seem to be anything actually documented for this type of
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