[talk-ph] Tagging convention: names for city, municipal and barangay halls
Eugene Alvin Villar
seav80 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 17:25:08 BST 2011
My personal preference is to place the POI name of the city or
municipality in the poblacion or downtown area instead of where the
city hall or the municipal hall is.
Here's an example: Puerto Princesa
Here is where the (new) Puerto Princesa City Hall is:
Here is where the downtown area is (and where the name of the city is
As you can see, they are located far apart.
I think it makes more sense to place the name of the city close to
where all the center of activity is, and that's usually the downtown
or poblacion, or the central business district. In rural areas, that's
usually where the town plaza is, surrounded by the church and public
market, and the municipal hall (if the municipal government hasn't
decided to move the town hall to a less congested area).
On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 8:39 PM, Gerardo Calimoso <gcalimoso at gmail.com> wrote:
> well, that's good if we identify barangay halls, health centers, day
> care centers etc. which are all the basic unit of governance in the
> barangay. also, may i suggest that we place, if possible, the names of
> barangay, city, municipality and the province in the exact location of
> the building where it is located like the barangay hall, city hall,
> municipal hall and the provincial capitol.
> gerry calimoso
> On 5/29/11, Eugene Alvin Villar <seav80 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> Here's a tagging convention for the names for city, municipal and
>> barangay halls.
>> If you have any suggestions, questions or violent reactions, just reply. :-)
>> name=<name of city> City Hall
>> Example: Baguio City Hall
>> name=<name of municipality> Municipal Hall
>> Example: Silang Municipal Hall, Cavite
>> name=<name of barangay> Barangay Hall
>> Example: West Triangle Barangay Hall, Quezon City
>> Barangays whose names are numbers (e.g., in Manila, Pasay, Caloocan):
>> name=Barangay <number of barangay> Hall
>> Example: Barangay 8 Hall, Pasay City
>> Notes and links:
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