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The Christmas season (in some parts of the world more than others) comes with many interesting features to map.

How to Map

Christmas Tree

It denotes big trees in public places, not every tree that stands in a front yard.

Christmas Market

The traditional Christmas markets are to be recorded herewith - not every single punch stall.

Christmas Pyramid

Christmas pyramids are Christmas decorations that have their roots in the folklore and customs of the Ore Mountain region of Germany, but which have become popular internationally. They comprise a decorated pyramidal outer frame with candle holders and a central carousel with a rotor at the top which is driven by warm air from the lit candles. The carousel is decorated with nativity scenes and other Christmas figures such as angels and wise men, as well as worldly motifs such as mining folk and forest scenes.

Is the data still relevant?

In order to have the data should also compare these once-date with current events and possibly the tag check_date=yyyy-mm-dd should be provided.

In the foreseeable future there will be an evaluation of it. --Lübeck 14:55, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

Editor preset

<group name="XMAS" icon="xmastree.png">
	<item name="xmas-tree" icon="xmastree.png">
	  <link href="" />
	  <!-- header -->
	  <label text="xmas-tree" />
	  <!-- const. values -->
	  <key key="xmas:feature" value="tree" />
	  <!-- variable value -->
	  <text key="xmas:location" text="location" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	<item name="xmas-market" icon="xmastree.png">
	  <link href="" />
	  <!-- header -->
	  <label text="xmas-market" />
	  <!-- const. values -->
	  <key key="xmas:feature" value="market" />
	  <!-- variable value -->
	  <text key="xmas:name" text="name" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	  <text key="xmas:location" text="location" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	  <text key="xmas:day_date" text="time-window" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	  <text key="xmas:opening_hours" text="opening hours" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	  <text key="xmas:url" text="website" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>
	  <text key="xmas:note" text="note" default="" delete_if_empty="true"/>

The icons you can find on this site may be used.


Xmas market.png
Xmas event.png
Xmas pyramid.png