I can't believe I've had only three responses to my question about
tagging marijuana growing facilities. I've seen this list run on and on
with discussions about how to tag wastebins and such but for this one, an
arguably important future tagging construct, hardly a ripple. And members
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 4:23 PM, Warin <61sundow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11-Mar-17 08:51 AM, Frederik Ramm wrote:
>> On 03/10/2017 09:43 PM, Micah Cochran wrote:
>>> #2. Single-stall versus Multi-stall tagging
>> There's also those male toilets with a discrete number of
Tom Pfeifer writes:
> On 13.03.2017 15:55, Nelson A. de Oliveira wrote:
>> "landuse" says that a specific piece of land is being used for something.
>> Then "disused" says that it's being used for nothing.
> Yes that is a form of troll tagging, negating the key. Thus
On 10.03.2017 21:43, Micah Cochran wrote:
I am looking to improve tagging of toilets. Specifically, I'm
interested in tagging gender neutral toilets (unisex or "family
toilets") and single-stall toilets.
This is a great idea. Did you know about http://www.refugerestrooms.org/
? It's a
On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 10:27:40AM +1100, Warin wrote:
> On 14-Mar-17 09:13 AM, ael wrote:
> > > English is not my primary language, but it seems a little contradictory
> > > here.
> > >
> > > "landuse" says that a specific piece of land is being used for something.
> > > Then "disused" says
On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 10:40:24PM +0100, Richard wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 08:24:35PM +1100, Andrew Harvey wrote:
> when using natural=water + water=pool they would become distinct (though
> water body from the river/creek which they are part of which is not quite
On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 09:39:51PM -0500, John F. Eldredge wrote:
> At least in American English, there is an intermediate term, pond, for a
> body of water smaller than a lake but larger than a mere wide spot in a
> stream. Ponds can be man-made or natural.
But in British English, ponds are
2017-03-14 2:55 GMT+01:00 John Willis :
> I was unaware of a pollution angle.
I get this both explicitly from a dictionary and from wikipedia as also
implicitly from the osm wiki: "Brownfield is a land scheduled for new
development which was previously used for industrial