Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type

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Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type – It may be emerging that tagging boundary=protected_area (where correct) where leisure=park now exists and we delete it, begins to supersede leisur...
At today's creation of https://wiki.osm.org/wiki/Talk:Key:park:type , I introduce a proposal to reduce usage of the park:type tag (initially, in t...
The linguist in me feels compelled to be a bit pedantic: terms like "plain language" and "human language" used to distinguish...
> Jmapb <jmapb@...> wrote: > ...if I saw a playground on a map > and then arrived there and found it was just an empty lot or an &g...
On Sun, Apr 28, 2019 at 12:10 PM OSM Volunteer stevea <steveaOSM@...> wrote: > Does OSM tag these leisure=park? "We" (the peo...
On Apr 28, 2019, at 9:27 AM, Josh Lee <jleedev@...> wrote: > Where is the consensus or vote? The wiki page says "Status: de facto&qu...
The real problem is that we have two linguistic traditions: one is plain langauge, and one is tagging tokens. People keep blurring them, and of c...
It seems that plain language can be used here, and from the Oxford dictionary, a park is: " A large public garden or area of land used for r...
brad <bradhaack@...> writes: > It seems that plain language can be used here, and from the Oxford > dictionary, a park is: No. Plai...
On 4/29/19 4:11 PM, Greg Troxel wrote: > brad <bradhaack@...> writes: > >> It seems that plain language can be used here, and ...
brad <bradhaack@...> writes: >>> Why not simply call anything which is a 'large public area for >>> recreation', a park, ...
29 Apr 2019, 15:28 by bradhaack@...: > It doesn't restrict, as the leisure:park wiki does, to smaller, urban human-sculpted parks. > I ...
29 Apr 2019, 17:36 by kevin.b.kenny@...: > On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 11:24 AM Mateusz Konieczny > <> matkoniecz@... <mailto...
On 29/04/2019 17:04, Mateusz Konieczny wrote: > > > > 29 Apr 2019, 17:36 by kevin.b.kenny@...: > > On Mon, Apr 29, 201...
Andy Townsend <ajt1047@...> writes: > With regard to British English usage, I think you're > correct*. Something described here as a ...
Fwd: Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type – oops, sent to wrong list ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: Kevin Kenny <kevin.b.kenny@...> Date: Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 2:36 PM Sub...
Re: Fwd: Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type – Agreed, emphasis in Kevin's text is mine. It looks like some of this redefinition of the park tag is new?   ie the human sculpted part, and the...
Fwd: Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type – oops, meant to send this to the list... ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: Kevin Kenny <kevin.b.kenny@...> Date: Mon, Apr 29, 201...
On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 11:24 AM Mateusz Konieczny <matkoniecz@...> wrote: > Why not simply call anything which is a 'large public area f...
OSM Volunteer stevea <steveaOSM@...> writes: > It may be emerging that tagging boundary=protected_area (where > correct) where leisur...
On 4/29/19, Greg Troxel <gdt@...> wrote: > With leisure=nature_reserve, leisure=park, golf courses, cemetaries, > schools, etc., we r...
Joseph Eisenberg <joseph.eisenberg@...> writes: > On 4/29/19, Greg Troxel <gdt@...> wrote: > >> With leisure=nature_reser...
I do think it important we hear about distinctions between British English (and how it had a defining influence on much tagging in OSM), and Ameri...
James Umbanhowar <jumbanho@...> wrote: > Just to throw another curveball in here, there is also > leisure=nature_reserve which is freq...
On Sun, Apr 28, 2019 at 2:43 PM OSM Volunteer stevea <steveaOSM@...> wrote: > 1) As states are as sovereign as the federal government (f...
How much consensus IS there for tagging national_park on "large, (important?) state parks" which roughly (or not) meet the national_park...
29 Apr 2019, 05:12 by steveaOSM@...: > How much consensus IS there for tagging national_park on "large, (important?) state parks" ...
One of the things that has come up is "mixed-use parks", where an area is not clearly one thing or the other. I see two kinds of cases ...
On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 9:05 AM Greg Troxel <gdt@...> wrote: > The other case is a large area with subareas that are each clearly one >...
Kevin Kenny <kevin.b.kenny@...> writes: > The smaller state parks - the thousand-acre type that you contemplate > - are often not wha...
Sorry for a previous empty message. I clicked send too early by an accident. 29 Apr 2019, 15:02 by gdt@...: > So, I'd be in favor of havi...
29 Apr 2019, 15:02 by gdt@...: > The other case is a large area with subareas that are each clearly one > or the other. Consider: >...
OSM Volunteer stevea <steveaOSM@...> writes: > How much consensus IS there for tagging national_park on "large, > (important?) s...
Unless we're going to be clear that a national park is a park owned/operated by a nation,  I'd be on board with this. Associating it with size i...
Oops, I meant landuse=recreation_ground. (Not landuse=recreation_area). My apologies. SteveA _______________________________________________ Ta...
On 4/25/2019 8:39 PM, OSM Volunteer stevea wrote: > A hazy sort-of-emerging along with this is wider recognition that a proto_park thingy exist...
On 4/26/2019 9:49 PM, OSM Volunteer stevea wrote: >> Other than that I can't think of any tags that would be applicable to >> these so...
Jmapb <jmapb@...> writes: > On 4/26/2019 9:49 PM, OSM Volunteer stevea wrote: >> No, I think leisure=playground aligns a bit more...
Private playgrounds (was Parks in the USA, leisure=park, park:type) – 29 Apr 2019, 13:56 by gdt@...: > It does mean that leisure=playground access=private is going to happen, > in gated community-ish places...
On 4/26/2019 9:49 PM, OSM Volunteer stevea wrote: >> Other than that I can't think of any tags that would be applicable to >> these ...
Just to throw another curveball in here, there is also leisure=nature_reserve which is frequently (occasionally?) used for the city/county parks t...
On 4/25/2019 8:39 PM, OSM Volunteer stevea wrote: > A hazy sort-of-emerging along with this is wider recognition that a proto_park thingy exis...
Doug Peterson <dougpeterson@...> wrote (about "Parks in the USA..."): > It is just that there is so much variety to deal with....