[Talk-GB] Tagging Schools with fhrs:id

Warin 61sundowner at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 09:17:18 UTC 2017

On 21-Oct-17 07:13 PM, Lester Caine wrote:
> On 21/10/17 08:55, Gregrs wrote:
>>> Bottom line ... there should be separate objects where that is necessary
>>> and it would be nice if the larger operations such as Rugby School
>>> helped with detailed campus maps as many of the collage and university
>>> sites have been doing?
>> I agree that in the case of more complex campuses each separate FHRS ID
>> should be attached to the relevant building if possible, and I think
>> that the associated postcode should also be attached to that building
>> rather than to the school boundary in these cases. This is what I have
>> done in the case of Rugby School (with the added bonus of local
>> knowledge) and it seems to work well e.g. Stanley House within Rugby
>> School: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/259571188.
> This does keep showing the holes in the whole process :( While I
> appreciate that one camp seem to think that scanning the whole database
> for other objects with enclosing boundaries that MAY relate to the
> contained object, information such as the edubase ref and even the fact
> that Stanley House is part of Rugby School and not simply a house in
> Rugby seems to get lost. I think that this still goes back to the
> macro/micro mapping problem. At one level we only need an icon for
> 'Rugby School' and all the secondary tags appear against that, but with
> all the fine detail now contained inside the likes of 'Rugby School',
> some consistent way of combining that at the higher level is what is
> missing?

Would a site relation help?

>   I STILL think there is a 'place' for 'place=Rugby School' much
> as Nominatim adds and that the place elements hold the macro view with
> links to the micro elements ...
> Other thought on this is ref:edubase defines the edubase link, so why
> are we not using ref:fhrs for the food hygiene link. We then define
> lookups from ref:xxx to the secondary dama on each of those database ...
> I don't think we need to add fhrs:authority everywhere. It's inherited
> from the ref:fhrs ...

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