[Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Mihkel Rämmel
Someone (Suslikk) has recently added shop=bag shop=haberdashery to map features page. Both tags are only very few times used. shop=haberdashery is used 20 times and shop=bag is used 33 times (shop=bags is used 70 times). Haberdashery doesn't have it's own wiki page an is quite an complicated

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Philip Barnes
haberdashery is probably the most correct. Luggage may be more useful as that type of shop will usually also sell suitcases. Bag shop just sounds wrong. Phil -- Sent from my Nokia N9 On 13/05/2012 11:38 Mihkel Rämmel wrote: Someone (Suslikk) has recently added shop=bag shop=haberdashery

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread fly
On 13/05/12 13:38, Philip Barnes wrote: haberdashery is probably the most correct. Luggage may be more useful as that type of shop will usually also sell suitcases. Bag shop just sounds wrong. +1 On 13/05/2012 11:38 Mihkel Rämmel wrote: Someone (Suslikk) has recently added shop=bag

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Jaakko Helleranta.com
Since Haberdashery doesn't have it's own wiki page an(d) is quite an complicated word may I ask: Wtf is it? .. And why on earth would we use it (over luggage or bag(s), which are understood by pretty much anyone)? -Jaakko Sent from my BlackBerry® device from Digicel -- Mobile: +509-37-26 91

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Craig Wallace
On 13/05/2012 18:37, Jaakko Helleranta.com wrote: Since Haberdashery doesn't have it's own wiki page an(d) is quite an complicated word may I ask: Wtf is it? .. And why on earth would we use it (over luggage or bag(s), which are understood by pretty much anyone)? I think you are confusing

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Philip Barnes
On Sun, 2012-05-13 at 17:37 +, Jaakko Helleranta.com wrote: Since Haberdashery doesn't have it's own wiki page an(d) is quite an complicated word may I ask: Wtf is it? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haberdasher Haberdashery is a shop, or a section of a department store selling sewing

[Tagging] (Mini)Roundabout: examples

2012-05-13 Thread Martin Vonwald
Hi! As promised I created a few (positive/negative) examples of roundabouts, mini-roundabouts and turning circles to prevent misinterpretations in the future. I respected the current tagging scheme as described in the wiki, but also used once the suggested junction=roundabout on a node, which was

Re: [Tagging] Two lane expressways

2012-05-13 Thread Pieren
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 10:37 PM, Nathan Edgars II nerou...@gmail.com wrote: Since oneway=yes is the default for motorways (per the wiki, and apparently some routers), these should be tagged as oneway=no (as these two in fact are). NE2 is in favour of oneway=no for exceptions in motorways but

Re: [Tagging] Two lane expressways

2012-05-13 Thread Nathan Edgars II
On 5/13/2012 5:25 PM, Pieren wrote: On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 10:37 PM, Nathan Edgars IInerou...@gmail.com wrote: Since oneway=yes is the default for motorways (per the wiki, and apparently some routers), these should be tagged as oneway=no (as these two in fact are). NE2 is in favour of

Re: [Tagging] Shop=bag shop=haberdashery in wiki map features page

2012-05-13 Thread Jaakko Helleranta.com
shop=craft_materials (with perhaps craft_materials=sewing/what_ever) sounds much better than an ambiguous and difficult shop=what_was_it_again.. Also, shop=luggage sounds imho good over shop=bag(s). Cheers, -Jaakko Sent from my BlackBerry® device from Digicel -- Mobile: +509-37-26 91 54,

Re: [Tagging] (Mini)Roundabout: examples

2012-05-13 Thread Anthony
Please pardon the ignorant American question: What is the difference between traffic_calming=chicane and a small roundabout? Is it based on who has the right of way? Does anyone have an example of something like this in the US? Or is it safe to say that these don't exist here? On Sun, May 13,

Re: [Tagging] (Mini)Roundabout: examples

2012-05-13 Thread Clifford Snow
On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 6:51 PM, Anthony o...@inbox.org wrote: Please pardon the ignorant American question: What is the difference between traffic_calming=chicane and a small roundabout? Is it based on who has the right of way? Does anyone have an example of something like this in the US?

Re: [Tagging] Two lane expressways

2012-05-13 Thread Martijn van Exel
Oh come on people, let's just at least try and keep it constructive and take the personal vendettas off list. Martijn On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 4:20 PM, Nathan Edgars II nerou...@gmail.com wrote: On 5/13/2012 5:25 PM, Pieren wrote: On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 10:37 PM, Nathan Edgars

Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - TMC - New tagging scheme for TMC

2012-05-13 Thread Eckhart Wörner
Hi, Am Samstag, 12. Mai 2012, 18:31:26 schrieb fly: The inspector shows wrong data. Seems to me that the system was not updated after the last proposal changes and now the tags are mixed up.