[Talk-us] Things that are not buildings but are used as one
bryan at 7thposition.com
Mon Jun 1 14:59:50 UTC 2015
Yes, this is commonly done in OSM. Generally speaking, anything with a footprint and some kind of roof can get a `building=*` tag. In most cases people tag it as `building=yes` but you could really just make up anything for the tag value. `building=riverboat` or `building=train_car` would be fine.
`building=no` is the only one (afaik) that downstream consumers need to watch out for.
> On Jun 1, 2015, at 10:40 AM, Jack Burke <burkejf3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it correct to tag a non-building object with building=yes if it is functionally used as one?
> As examples, I'm thinking about restaurants that use an old train car as a dining room, or this unusual example of a riverboat as a welcome center http://osm.org/go/Tv8f5t42q?layers=N&way=349671718 <http://osm.org/go/Tv8f5t42q?layers=N&way=349671718>
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