[OSM-talk] [HOT] Nametagging: Local script versus "international" latin script (for Libya)
steve.doerr at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Feb 28 11:29:17 GMT 2011
On 28/02/2011 10:33, Jean-Marc Liotier wrote:
> Jean-Guilhem Cailton wrote:
>> It would not solve the problem for all tools, of course. For example,
>> MapOSMatic of Tripoli apparently uses the name field. So my
>> recommendation, given the feedback received so far, would still be to
>> use Latin + Arabic in the name field.
> Do that if it is the most expedient way to satisfy the requirements of
> users... But isn't it recommended to also use the tags that will let
> people generate maps in a specific language ?
> By the way, for latin script names, should we use int_name, name:en or
> both ?
In my opinion, the int_name can usefully be used for the direct
romanization of the Arabic name, as it now (as of yesterday) is for
Tripoli, i.e. Ṭarābulus (previously, it said 'Tripoli').
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