Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-28 Thread Paul Allen
On Mon, 28 Sep 2020 at 06:55, Michael Patrick  wrote:

>
> > Not pertinent.  The general policy is tags use British English.
>
>
> Tom McArthur in the *Oxford Guide to World English*, British English
> shares "all the ambiguities and tensions in the word 'British' and as a
> result can be used and interpreted in two ways, more broadly or more
> narrowly, within a range of blurring and ambiguity"
>

You are now clutching at straws.

>
> Perhaps you mean one of the many versions of 'Standard' English:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_English ?
>

No, I mean the various wiki pages stating that OSM uses British English
where possible.  Only those clutching at straws would interpret that as
meaning non-dialectal British English.

Despite the large difference in area and population, there is far more
> variation between UK Englishes than within the USA ( and probably Canada
> also ).
>

And there are also commonalities within all the varieties of British
English.
Commonalities in British English which differ from the varieties used
in other countries.  You've now clutched at an entire haystack.

>
> Nor is there any requirement to use any number of linguistic tools to
> determine
> prevalence and alignment of meanings, but since OSM is an international
> project,
> my practice is to make it as easy as possible for non-native English users.
>

I'm impressed.  You've taken all those straws you clutched at, fashioned
a straw gun and shot yourself in the foot with it.

If we tag things using British English then non-native speakers need only
look up what the word(s) mean in British English.  If we tag things using
your scheme they must look up what the word(s) mean in all varieties
of English then try to ascertain which one was chosen based on
linguistic prevalence or some other unspecified criteria.  This,
according to you, will make it easier for them.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-28 Thread Steve Doerr

On 27/09/2020 18:38, woll...@posteo.de wrote:
At the same time, may I ask for comments on "funeral viewing rooms"? 
Apart from its length, it only seems to have advantages. 


I don't like it. To me it implies a room from which you can view a funeral.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread Michael Patrick
> > Not pertinent.  The general policy is tags use British English.


Tom McArthur in the *Oxford Guide to World English*, British English shares
"all the ambiguities and tensions in the word 'British' and as a result can
be used and interpreted in two ways, more broadly or more narrowly, within
a range of blurring and ambiguity"
...  Leeds University stated:... that they were "very pleased"—and indeed,
"well chuffed"—at receiving their generous grant. He could, of course, have
been "bostin" if he had come from the Black Country, or if he was a Scouser
he would have been well "made up" over so many spondoolicks, because as a
Geordie might say, £460,000 is a "canny load of chink"

Perhaps you mean one of the many versions of 'Standard' English:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_English ?

Despite the large difference in area and population, there is far more
variation between UK Englishes than within the USA ( and probably Canada
also ).

> There is no requirement that they survive round trips through google
> translate.
>

Nor is there any requirement to use any number of linguistic tools to
determine
prevalence and alignment of meanings, but since OSM is an international
project,
my practice is to make it as easy as possible for non-native English users.




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> > Links:
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> > [1]
> >
> https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist
> > [2]
> > https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/
> > [3] https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/
> > [4] https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
> > [5]
> >
> https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf
> > [6] https://www.colinphillipsfunerals.com/our-services/private-chapel/
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> >> landuse=forest is used to tag tree covered area, not for how land is
> used
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> > I don't believe everyone around here will agree with that interpretation.
> > I live in an area with significant logging. Typically I will see logging
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> I did a check of Washington and saw that there are a number of
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> > our state studies where it's dangerous to clear cut because the area is
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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread Paul Allen
On Sun, 27 Sep 2020 at 18:56, Peter Elderson  wrote:

> Funeral viewing room sounds like a room where you can view the funeral. I
> suspect modern ones have very large screens and nice sound effects.
>

And perhaps even grandstands.

Funerals generally include the final disposition of the body.  Watching the
coffin being lowered into the grave.  Watching the coffin roll along the
conveyor belt to disappear behind a curtain (and maybe the sound of
the gas jets firing up).

So if it's a room at a cemetery from where you can watch the coffin being
lowered into the grave then maybe there is also a grandstand.

I'd say that "funeral viewing room" is a bad way of attempting to
describe a chapel of rest.  "Pre-funeral viewing room" would be
better, but is really clumsy.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread Peter Elderson
Funeral viewing room sounds like a room where you can view the funeral. I 
suspect modern ones have very large screens and nice sound effects.

Mvg Peter Elderson

> Op 27 sep. 2020 om 19:39 heeft woll...@posteo.de het volgende geschreven:
> 
> "In any case, the proposer seems to feel that chapel of rest
> should be used only for dedicated buildings and a different
> tag should be added to indicate a funeral director's with a
> viewing room."
> The proposer feels that a subtag should be used for a funeral director's with 
> a viewing room. But the proposer's preference goes to using the same term for 
> the amenity tag and for the subtag (examples given in the proposal).
> 
> At the same time, may I ask for comments on "funeral viewing rooms"? Apart 
> from its length, it only seems to have advantages.
> 
> Am 27.09.2020 13:55 schrieb Paul Allen:
>> On Sun, 27 Sep 2020 at 10:02, Michael Patrick 
>> wrote:
>> From: Paul Allen 
> Problem 1. "Viewing Service" is the name of a process, not the
 name
> of the building or room it takes place in. "Turn left after
 the Viewing
> Service" > makes no sense, any more than "Turn right after the
 prayer" as an alternative to "Turn right after the church."
>>> Mmmm  I agree, that's my point. 'Chapel of Rest' isn't a place,
>>> at best it
>>> sometimes might be a dedicated room in a funeral establishment.
>>> Apparently,
>>> it is not infrequently the showroom for caskets if a larger
>>> attendance needs to
>>> be accommodated.
>> It may be as you state it in some cases.  It is not true of all.
>> Here's
>> one where the chapel of rest is a building solely for that purpose:
>> https://www.colinphillipsfunerals.com/our-services/private-chapel/ [6]
>> That does not serve any other purpose.  It is not his offices or
>> showroom.  I know of another one like that a few miles from it.
>> Also, a chapel, even in the religious sense, is not necessarily a
>> separate building.  It originally referred to a small room within
>> a church with its own altar, or a room with an alta in a
>> non-religious building.
>> In any case, the proposer seems to feel that chapel of rest
>> should be used only for dedicated buildings and a different
>> tag should be added to indicate a funeral director's with a
>> viewing room.
> Problem 2. "Viewing service" implies some sort of formalized
 event,
> probably religious with a speaker delivering a eulogy. A
 Chapel of
> Rest is for looking at a dead body, with no formal ceremony.
 Possibly
> in complete silence. Possible with only one live person in the
 room.
> Contrast this with a religious service, which has prayers,
 hymns,
> a sermon, bouts of kneeling, etc.
>>> Connotation of 'service' as in 'floral service', embalming service',
>>> 'cremation service' or otherwise business task / activity like
>>> 'automotive repair service', rather than the religious service
>>> denotation like a mass.
>> I wouldn't expect a religious service at a florist or a car mechanic.
>> When it comes
>> to funerals, however...
>>> From the US Federal Trade Checklist at
>> https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist
>>> [1]
>>> Visitation/viewing — staff and facilities __
>>> Funeral or memorial service — staff and facilities __
>>> Graveside service, including staff and equipment __
>> That's nice.  But it's not British English.  You can, however, use it
>> to argue that editor translations for US English should use visitation
>> for the preset name.
>>> UK funeral industry shows both 'Chapel of Rest', or that term with
>>> visitation / viewing, some just have 'venue rental'. CoR is fairly
>>> typical.
>> Precisely.  CoR seems to be the commonest term for it.  And less
>> ambiguous than "visitation" (people visit patients in hospitals) or
>> "viewing" (people view paintings in art galleries).
> Problem 3. I've not encountered that term as a synonym for a
 chapel of
> rest. But I've not looked very hard. Citation needed.
>>> https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/
>>> [2]
>>> https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/ [3]
>>> https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
>>> [4]
>> The first two are in the US.  The third gives me a "problem loading
>> page"
>> error.
>>> ... and hundreds more. Canada seems to be similar to the US.
>> None of which are renowned for using British English.  Again, this is
>> for editor preset translations.
>>> Viewing / Visitation seem to translate well
>> https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf
>>> [5]
>>> زيارة مشاهدة الجنازة ( Arabic ) goes to 'Funeral
>>> watch visit', i.e. it survives round trips through google Translate.
>> Not pertinent.  The general policy is tags use British English.  There
>> is no
>> requirement that they survive 

Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread wolle68

"In any case, the proposer seems to feel that chapel of rest
should be used only for dedicated buildings and a different
tag should be added to indicate a funeral director's with a
viewing room."
The proposer feels that a subtag should be used for a funeral director's 
with a viewing room. But the proposer's preference goes to using the 
same term for the amenity tag and for the subtag (examples given in the 
proposal).


At the same time, may I ask for comments on "funeral viewing rooms"? 
Apart from its length, it only seems to have advantages.


Am 27.09.2020 13:55 schrieb Paul Allen:

On Sun, 27 Sep 2020 at 10:02, Michael Patrick 
wrote:


From: Paul Allen 



Problem 1. "Viewing Service" is the name of a process, not the

name

of the building or room it takes place in. "Turn left after

the Viewing

Service" > makes no sense, any more than "Turn right after the

prayer" as an alternative to "Turn right after the church."


Mmmm  I agree, that's my point. 'Chapel of Rest' isn't a place,
at best it

sometimes might be a dedicated room in a funeral establishment.
Apparently,
it is not infrequently the showroom for caskets if a larger
attendance needs to
be accommodated.


It may be as you state it in some cases.  It is not true of all.
Here's
 one where the chapel of rest is a building solely for that purpose:
https://www.colinphillipsfunerals.com/our-services/private-chapel/ [6]
That does not serve any other purpose.  It is not his offices or
showroom.  I know of another one like that a few miles from it.

Also, a chapel, even in the religious sense, is not necessarily a
 separate building.  It originally referred to a small room within
a church with its own altar, or a room with an alta in a
non-religious building.

In any case, the proposer seems to feel that chapel of rest
should be used only for dedicated buildings and a different
tag should be added to indicate a funeral director's with a
viewing room.


Problem 2. "Viewing service" implies some sort of formalized

event,

probably religious with a speaker delivering a eulogy. A

Chapel of

Rest is for looking at a dead body, with no formal ceremony.

Possibly

in complete silence. Possible with only one live person in the

room.

Contrast this with a religious service, which has prayers,

hymns,

a sermon, bouts of kneeling, etc.


Connotation of 'service' as in 'floral service', embalming service',
'cremation service' or otherwise business task / activity like
'automotive repair service', rather than the religious service
denotation like a mass.


I wouldn't expect a religious service at a florist or a car mechanic.
When it comes
to funerals, however...


From the US Federal Trade Checklist at


https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist

[1]
Visitation/viewing — staff and facilities __
Funeral or memorial service — staff and facilities __
Graveside service, including staff and equipment __


That's nice.  But it's not British English.  You can, however, use it
to argue that editor translations for US English should use visitation
for the preset name.


UK funeral industry shows both 'Chapel of Rest', or that term with
visitation / viewing, some just have 'venue rental'. CoR is fairly
typical.


Precisely.  CoR seems to be the commonest term for it.  And less
ambiguous than "visitation" (people visit patients in hospitals) or
"viewing" (people view paintings in art galleries).


Problem 3. I've not encountered that term as a synonym for a

chapel of

rest. But I've not looked very hard. Citation needed.


https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/
[2]
https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/ [3]
https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
[4]


The first two are in the US.  The third gives me a "problem loading
page"
error.


... and hundreds more. Canada seems to be similar to the US.


None of which are renowned for using British English.  Again, this is
for editor preset translations.


Viewing / Visitation seem to translate well


https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf

[5]
زيارة مشاهدة الجنازة ( Arabic ) goes to 'Funeral
watch visit', i.e. it survives round trips through google Translate.


Not pertinent.  The general policy is tags use British English.  There
is no
requirement that they survive round trips through google translate.

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Links:
--
[1]
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist
[2] 
https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/

[3] https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/
[4] https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
[5]
https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf
[6] 

Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread Paul Allen
On Sun, 27 Sep 2020 at 10:02, Michael Patrick  wrote:

>
> >> From: Paul Allen 
>>
>> > Problem 1.  "Viewing Service" is the name of a process, not the name
>> > of the building or room it takes place in.  "Turn left after the Viewing
>> > Service" > makes no sense, any more than "Turn right after the prayer"
>> as an alternative to "Turn right after the church."
>
>
> Mmmm  I agree, that's my point. 'Chapel of Rest' isn't a place, at
> best it
> sometimes might be a dedicated room in a funeral establishment. Apparently,
> it is not infrequently the showroom for caskets if a larger attendance
> needs to
> be accommodated.
>

It may be as you state it in some cases.  It is not true of all.  Here's
one where the chapel of rest is a building solely for that purpose:
https://www.colinphillipsfunerals.com/our-services/private-chapel/
That does not serve any other purpose.  It is not his offices or
showroom.  I know of another one like that a few miles from it.

Also, a chapel, even in the religious sense, is not necessarily a
separate building.  It originally referred to a small room within
a church with its own altar, or a room with an alta in a
non-religious building.

In any case, the proposer seems to feel that chapel of rest
should be used only for dedicated buildings and a different
tag should be added to indicate a funeral director's with a
viewing room.


> > Problem 2.  "Viewing service" implies some sort of formalized event,
>> > probably religious with a speaker delivering a eulogy.  A Chapel of
>> > Rest is for looking at a dead body, with no formal ceremony.  Possibly
>> > in complete silence.  Possible with only one live person in the room.
>> > Contrast this with a religious service, which has prayers, hymns,
>> > a sermon, bouts of kneeling, etc.
>>
>
> Connotation of 'service' as in 'floral service', embalming service',
> 'cremation service' or otherwise business task / activity like 'automotive
> repair service', rather than the religious service denotation like a mass.
>

I wouldn't expect a religious service at a florist or a car mechanic.  When
it comes
to funerals, however...

>
> From the US Federal Trade Checklist at
> https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist
>
>
> *   Visitation/viewing — staff and facilities __   Funeral or
> memorial service — staff and facilities __   Graveside service,
> including staff and equipment __*
>

That's nice.  But it's not British English.  You can, however, use it
to argue that editor translations for US English should use visitation
for the preset name.

UK funeral industry shows both 'Chapel of Rest', or that term with
> visitation / viewing, some just have 'venue rental'. CoR is fairly
> typical.
>

Precisely.  CoR seems to be the commonest term for it.  And less
ambiguous than "visitation" (people visit patients in hospitals) or
"viewing" (people view paintings in art galleries).

>
> > Problem 3.  I've not encountered that term as a synonym for a chapel of
>> > rest.  But I've not looked very hard.  Citation needed.
>>
> https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/
> https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/
> https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
>

The first two are in the US.  The third gives me a "problem loading page"
error.

... and hundreds more. Canada seems to be similar to the US.
>

None of which are renowned for using British English.  Again, this is
for editor preset translations.

>
> Viewing / Visitation seem to translate well
> https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf
>  زيارة مشاهدة الجنازة ( Arabic ) goes to 'Funeral watch visit', i.e. it
> survives round trips through google Translate.
>

Not pertinent.  The general policy is tags use British English.  There is no
requirement that they survive round trips through google translate.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-27 Thread Michael Patrick
> >> From: Paul Allen 
> >> The euphemistic 'Chapel of Rest' is more generically known as 'Viewing /
> > >Visitation Service', most commonly a room(s) where folks can pay their
> > >respects outside the ceremony itself,minimally with a guest registry,
> >> sometimes with scheduled hours, etc.
>
>
> > Problem 1.  "Viewing Service" is the name of a process, not the name
> > of the building or room it takes place in.  "Turn left after the Viewing
> > Service" > makes no sense, any more than "Turn right after the prayer"
> as an alternative to "Turn right after the church."


Mmmm  I agree, that's my point. 'Chapel of Rest' isn't a place, at best
it
sometimes might be a dedicated room in a funeral establishment. Apparently,
it is not infrequently the showroom for caskets if a larger attendance
needs to
be accommodated.

> Problem 2.  "Viewing service" implies some sort of formalized event,
> > probably religious with a speaker delivering a eulogy.  A Chapel of
> > Rest is for looking at a dead body, with no formal ceremony.  Possibly
> > in complete silence.  Possible with only one live person in the room.
> > Contrast this with a religious service, which has prayers, hymns,
> > a sermon, bouts of kneeling, etc.
>

Connotation of 'service' as in 'floral service', embalming service',
'cremation service' or otherwise business task / activity like 'automotive
repair service', rather than the religious service denotation like a mass.

>From the US Federal Trade Checklist at
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0301-funeral-costs-and-pricing-checklist


*   Visitation/viewing — staff and facilities __   Funeral or
memorial service — staff and facilities __   Graveside service,
including staff and equipment __*
UK funeral industry shows both 'Chapel of Rest', or that term with
visitation / viewing, some just have 'venue rental'. CoR is fairly
typical.

> Problem 3.  I've not encountered that term as a synonym for a chapel of
> > rest.  But I've not looked very hard.  Citation needed.
>
https://funeralresources.com/resources/viewing-and-visitation-costs/
https://funerals.org/?consumers=read-funeral-home-price-list/
https://www.thefuneralsite.com/ResourceCenters/Costs/How_much.html
... and hundreds more. Canada seems to be similar to the US.

Viewing / Visitation seem to translate well
https://www.floridafuneralhome.com/Content/Media/FloridaFuneralHomeAndCrematory/Spa%20-%20Crem%20w%20View%202018-07-01.pdf
 زيارة مشاهدة الجنازة ( Arabic ) goes to 'Funeral watch visit', i.e. it
survives round trips through google Translate.

'Chapel of Rest' seems to be one of those terms like 'Take the goat to the
butcher and have the butcher butcher the animal into cuts of meat.' The
location takes on the name of an ephemeral activity that occurs in it, or
the entity temporarily occupying it.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-25 Thread Peter Elderson
I would suggest respectorium, but I do not want to start a new hype in the 
funeral branch. 

Mvg Peter Elderson

> Op 25 sep. 2020 om 17:10 heeft woll...@posteo.de het volgende geschreven:
> 
> "Wake rooms" was at one time my favorite, but then I was told that some 
> people might associate "wake" with a particular denomination as well.
> 
> I'm not a native speaker either, so I can't judge.
> 
> Something with "viewing" might be nice as well; "funeral viewing room" 
> (between quotation marks) yields some interesting results on Google. A bit 
> long, but at this point, I'd take that as a minor incovenience.
> 
> Am 25.09.2020 15:09 schrieb Martin Koppenhoefer:
>> sent from a phone
 On 25. Sep 2020, at 00:51, Michael Patrick  wrote:
>>> ( I once went to one in Detroit, where the open casket and reception line 
>>> was right there with tables of people eating brunch ('wake')).
>> so it could be “wake_room”?
>> Now this might sound a tad euphemistic as well, but search engines
>> actually restitute pertinent results.
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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-25 Thread wolle68
"Wake rooms" was at one time my favorite, but then I was told that some 
people might associate "wake" with a particular denomination as well.


I'm not a native speaker either, so I can't judge.

Something with "viewing" might be nice as well; "funeral viewing room" 
(between quotation marks) yields some interesting results on Google. A 
bit long, but at this point, I'd take that as a minor incovenience.


Am 25.09.2020 15:09 schrieb Martin Koppenhoefer:

sent from a phone

On 25. Sep 2020, at 00:51, Michael Patrick  
wrote:


( I once went to one in Detroit, where the open casket and reception 
line was right there with tables of people eating brunch ('wake')).



so it could be “wake_room”?
Now this might sound a tad euphemistic as well, but search engines
actually restitute pertinent results.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-25 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer


sent from a phone

> On 25. Sep 2020, at 00:51, Michael Patrick  wrote:
> 
> ( I once went to one in Detroit, where the open casket and reception line was 
> right there with tables of people eating brunch ('wake')).


so it could be “wake_room”?
Now this might sound a tad euphemistic as well, but search engines actually 
restitute pertinent results.

Cheers Martin 
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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Paul Allen
On Thu, 24 Sep 2020 at 23:51, Michael Patrick  wrote:

>
> The euphemistic 'Chapel of Rest' is more generically known as 'Viewing /
> Visitation Service', most commonly a room(s) where folks can pay their
> respects outside the ceremony itself,minimally with a guest registry,
> sometimes with scheduled hours, etc.
>

Problem 1.  "Viewing Service" is the name of a process, not the name
of the building or room it takes place in.  "Turn left after the Viewing
Service"
makes no sense, any more than "Turn right after the prayer" as an
alternative to "Turn right after the church."

Problem 2.  "Viewing service" implies some sort of formalized event,
probably religious with a speaker delivering a eulogy.  A Chapel of
Rest is for looking at a dead body, with no formal ceremony.  Possibly
in complete silence.  Possible with only one live person in the room.
Contrast this with a religious service, which has prayers, hymns,
a sermon, bouts of kneeling, etc.

Problem 3.  I've not encountered that term as a synonym for a chapel of
rest.  But I've not looked very hard.  Citation needed.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Michael Patrick
One could always refer to the industry codes and subcodes that define
product or service, for whatever jurisdiction. Along with industry trade
publications - 'Chapel of Rest' seems to be a dated UK specific term (
similar to  the US term 'undertaker') , whereas viewing / visitation would
be perfectly understood in the UK and pretty much translate to other
languages as well.

The euphemistic 'Chapel of Rest' is more generically known as 'Viewing /
Visitation Service', most commonly a room(s) where folks can pay their
respects outside the ceremony itself,minimally with a guest registry,
sometimes with scheduled hours, etc.

The 'Viewing Service' ( similar to other services, like the florists ) can
range from none, once it was basically a small rooms the size of a large
closet off a hallway, all the way up to full catered banquet facility for
some cultures ( I once went to one in Detroit, where the open casket and
reception line was right there with tables of people eating brunch
('wake')).

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Martin Koppenhoefer


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> On 24. Sep 2020, at 16:40, Clifford Snow  wrote:
> 
> I just happened to be talking to a funeral owner yesterday. To be clear he is 
> located in the US


then it is not so relevant for our discussion, because the standard is British 
English. Maybe it could make sense to provide an English(US) translation for 
editor presets and the like?

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Clifford Snow
On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 5:42 AM Paul Allen  wrote:

> I am a native speaker but don't have any recent experience of attending
> a funeral.  However, the term currently preferred by funeral directors is
> "chapel of rest."  See
>
> https://www.funeralguide.co.uk/help-resources/arranging-a-funeral/what-is-a-chapel-of-rest
>
> That preference might change in the future, just as funeral directors is
> a modern term for what used to be known as undertakers, but that is a
> risk we have to live with.  It is currently a term or art and the way most
> funeral directors in the UK describe their "Have a look at the corpse"
> room.
> It is therefore the term most likely to be recognised by native speakers.
>

I just happened to be talking to a funeral owner yesterday. To be clear he
is located in the US. I asked him the question - what do they call
themselves. He said funeral home or some might use the term mortuary. He
felt that mortuary is a more dated home. He did not offer up "chapel of
rest."

"Chapel of Rest" sounds to me more like a marketing term not something we
should be using in OSM.

Best,
Clifford
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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Paul Allen
On Thu, 24 Sep 2020 at 08:13, Janko Mihelić  wrote:

> On Mon, Sep 21, 2020, 22:16 Peter Elderson  wrote:
>
>> I have heard mourning chapel, mourning room, funeral chapel, funeral
>> room. Chapel of rest does not seem right to me, though I understand how the
>> funeral business would like that term better.
>>
>> But I'm not a native speaker. PCMIIW.
>>
>
> I tried to google images of all these terms. They all find the right
> thing, although IMHO images of chapel of rest and mourning room are most
> concentrated and on the target.
>
> But I'm also not a native speaker.
>

I am a native speaker but don't have any recent experience of attending
a funeral.  However, the term currently preferred by funeral directors is
"chapel of rest."  See
https://www.funeralguide.co.uk/help-resources/arranging-a-funeral/what-is-a-chapel-of-rest

That preference might change in the future, just as funeral directors is
a modern term for what used to be known as undertakers, but that is a
risk we have to live with.  It is currently a term or art and the way most
funeral directors in the UK describe their "Have a look at the corpse" room.
It is therefore the term most likely to be recognised by native speakers.

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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-24 Thread Janko Mihelić
On Mon, Sep 21, 2020, 22:16 Peter Elderson  wrote:

> I have heard mourning chapel, mourning room, funeral chapel, funeral room.
> Chapel of rest does not seem right to me, though I understand how the
> funeral business would like that term better.
>
> But I'm not a native speaker. PCMIIW.
>

I tried to google images of all these terms. They all find the right thing,
although IMHO images of chapel of rest and mourning room are most
concentrated and on the target.

But I'm also not a native speaker.

Janko

>
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Re: [Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-21 Thread Peter Elderson
I have heard mourning chapel, mourning room, funeral chapel, funeral room.
Chapel of rest does not seem right to me, though I understand how the
funeral business would like that term better.

But I'm not a native speaker. PCMIIW.

Peter Elderson


Op ma 21 sep. 2020 om 21:14 schreef :

> Dear all,
>
> As already mentioned, another ripple effect of my first proposal has
> materialised, the need to be able to properly tag chapels of rest as
> well.
>
> Therefore please comment on the following proposal:
>
> Chapel of rest: a room or building where families and friends can come
> and view someone who has died before their funeral
>
> Proposal page:
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Chapel_of_rest
> Discussion page:
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Talk:Proposed_features/Chapel_of_rest
>
> Thanks!
>
> Vollis
>
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[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - (Chapel of rest)

2020-09-21 Thread wolle68

Dear all,

As already mentioned, another ripple effect of my first proposal has 
materialised, the need to be able to properly tag chapels of rest as 
well.


Therefore please comment on the following proposal:

Chapel of rest: a room or building where families and friends can come 
and view someone who has died before their funeral


Proposal page: 
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Chapel_of_rest
Discussion page: 
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Talk:Proposed_features/Chapel_of_rest


Thanks!

Vollis


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