Also do cosumers use destination:street:[lang code]? Is it a standard or just invented?
That seems to be in the Montreal area(guessing) so i'd put destination:street=Rue Regent destination:street:en=Regent Street just like street names. Name=default language and then you can addon name:fr or name:en On Sep 29, 2017 4:17 PM, "James" <james2...@gmail.com> wrote: Rue Regent St is incorrect. Rue Regent is french and Regent Street would be English. Just the fact that Street is shorten to St is wrong as osm fully expands names On Sep 29, 2017 4:10 PM, "Martijn van Exel" <m...@rtijn.org> wrote: > Hi all, > > How do you map bilingual signposts? Ones that say for example 'Rue Regent > St'? > My thought would be destination:street=[name in primary language for the > province] and destination:street:en / destination:street:fr for the name in > the other language. But I've also seen just 'destination:street:Rue Regent > St'. > > My team would like to help make this consistent if you're up for that, but > what should be the convention? From a machine parsing perspective, > separating out the languages in separate tags is preferable. > > We have a ticket for this question as well, https://github.com/Telen > avMapping/mapping-projects/issues/27 > > Thanks / Merci > Martijn > > _______________________________________________ > Talk-ca mailing list > Talkemail@example.com > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-ca > >
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