On 8/21/19 5:17 PM, Joseph Eisenberg wrote: > I agree with Martin. It's not good practice to use semicolons in the > value of the main feature tag, like amenity=bbq;bear_box, because this > is hard for database users to interpret with a simple algorithm.
Actually I've found the opposite. Importing into Postgresql doesn't support multiple tags of the same name. At least not when importing using ogr. I do produce maps from Postgresql, and have no problem with semi-colons. Course I'm using my own software for SQL queries. I'd be curious what OsmAnd does when displaying 'tourism' POIs. > At the proposal > (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Campsite_properties) > there are a list of property tags which are already approved or "de > facto" in common use on camp_site (and camp_pitch) features, like > this: I saw that, but they're proposed, so I've been trying to stick to what's approved. I already do use many of the existing properties. > Note that there are also feature tags for almost all of these, like: > amenity=drinking_water > amenity=recycling > amenity=sanitary_dump_station > amenity=toilets Using properties works fine for my purpose, and if it's ok to create a new property 'bear_box=(yes,no)', I can do it that way. I'm not in a hurry, so can also wait for the proposal to hopefully get approved. > Hence: amenity=bear_box on it's own node, right at the location of the > box. Or if you don't have that info or just want to say that "there is > a bear box at this campground", you can add bear_box=yes/no to the > tourism=camp_site So now it seems it'd be "bbq=yes', 'picnic_table=yes', 'bear_box'yes'. - rob - _______________________________________________ Tagging mailing list Tagging@openstreetmap.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging