User talk:Westnordost

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In tourist_bus disappeared - I added it back based on edit comment as it seemed to not be intentional. Mateusz Konieczny (talk) 18:49, 13 June 2018 (UTC)

Actually, it was intentional. I am currently writing Key:coach in which I explain this --Westnordost (talk) 19:33, 13 June 2018 (UTC)

Your vote on "changing table" proposal


you voted against the approval of

Luckily you included a reason in your vote so I can investigate.

Re: "this proposal introduces also long list of ridiculously detailed tags " Are you really sure? For example: It splits up `diaper=bench` into `changing_table=yes` and `changing_table:features=bench`, `diaper=room` into `changing_table=yes` and `changing_table:location=dedicated_room`, `diaper:male` into `diaper=yes` and `changing_table:location=male_toilet` etc. It also makes possible to tag `changing_table:location=male_toilet;female_toilet` instead of `diaper:male=yes` and `diaper:female=yes`.

Just the subkeys `changing_table:features` and `changing_table:access` are new and fully optional to tag. The subkey `changing_table:location` replaces `diaper=room`, `diaper:male=yes` and `diaper:female=yes` and adds support of more scenarios like having a changing table in the wheelchair users' restroom/toilet.

`changing_table` supports more scenarios than `diaper` and adds systematic tagging that is easily understandable and logically good. It does the necessary abstraction of the `diaper` key to make tagging changing tables a lot easier while allowing complex tagging and supporting more scenarios. Valor Naram (talk) 08:25, 5 May 2019 (UTC)

Award and userbox

Hi Tobias, I added an "award" on your user page, to thank you for all your great work on StreetComplete and OpenStreetMap. Thanks a lot again !

I also create a "userbox" for users who wants to show on their page that they use StreetComplete... like me :) Here it is : Template:User_StreetComplete

Have a nice day. Bye --Binnette (talk) 12:42, 16 December 2019 (UTC)

Ah, cool, thanks :-)