Proposal talk:Unifying-playground-equipment-tagging

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Summary list vs spatial query

I have mapped some playgrounds and understand the problem you describe. What I also dislike about the current playground mapping is: "Fewer mappers prefer to describe the available equipment as a summary list with prefix-tags described in playground:=*. ". this means that in oder to know what utilities are available, you would have to run a spatial query and not many mappers actually map the sigle object. I would prefer to have the summary list as well as the single equimpent-objects.

You might also want to get in contact with the creator of Babykarte to get their opinion. --MomoMilkiway (talk) 07:20, 11 April 2020 (UTC)

I am the developer of Babykarte and work hand in hand with the founder of it. I think you misinterpreted my proposal: I want the scheme "playground:*=yes" to be used on both features; playground equipment mapped as a feature on its own and a playground mapped as feature. I like the spatial query more because it fits better with our "what's on the ground principle". I want playground equipment to be mapped as a feature on its own. Valor Naram (talk) 08:52, 11 April 2020 (UTC)