[Talk-GB] too many universities in Cambridge
david at frankieandshadow.com
Sat May 23 15:36:08 UTC 2015
As I said, I think the upward compatible change for this is to use a tag
with the unique ID of whatever operator (and I think URL would be a good
one, not as a link, but an ID, since two people can't have the same one,
and all orgs we'd be interested in would have one). That way operator
remains the human-friendly item it already is.
On Sat, 23 May 2015 at 15:24 Lester Caine <lester at lsces.co.uk> wrote:
> On 23/05/15 13:26, Dan S wrote:
> >> This thread seems determined to undermine the University of Cambridge
> map by
> >> > wanting to change everything it relies on.
> > Well no, clearly no-one's doing this with an intent to destroy the
> > university map! I assume everyone here just wants to make sure OSM is
> > good.
> On the particular point of what goes IN the operator tag ... which is
> all that is actually being discussed here ... Therre needs to be good
> reason to change data that is already in common use and is actually
> cleanly documented. If there is some overriding reason why the content
> of this tag needs changing I have yet to see it. In the absence of any
> other may of including the objects hierarchy, this seems to be the
> sensible way of handing things, and I can see the need for
> 'Collage-UofX-X' especially where even the collage's campus way be
> across several places. Does the University of Oxford have any satellites
> in Cambridge? The current documented sytle works and should perhaps be
> documented as the general standard?
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