Hence the need for naming conventions; and I feel like this should be a nationwide debate rather than by state.irowiki wrote:I agree with this, but what about say, parks? Labeling a park landmark with "Brookside" or "Brookside Park", what would look better?nzahn1 wrote:I'm all about making visible names on the map more readable at a glance, and "school" looks redundant to me.
I've just started building a list for Baltimore, I could open it up to nationwide comment if desired.irowiki wrote:Makes sense to try and come up with naming conventions per category then, I'd say!
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:nzahn1 wrote:I've just started building a list for Baltimore, I could open it up to nationwide comment if desired.irowiki wrote:Makes sense to try and come up with naming conventions per category then, I'd say!
We should always be starting with national conventions.
Marleenonline wrote:I was wondering what will happen if a search for a place/point in the client renders different locations from different sources: what is given priority?
(I truly hope this will be the Waze database)
doctorkb wrote:Begging your pardon, but when did we achieve this consensus about the clinics and doctors offices?
PesachZ wrote:orbitc wrote:Since you can put multiple categories, why not put both?
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The question is whether it is appropriate to use the hospital/medical care type for a facility which does not provide urgent or emergent medical care. The argument against doing so was mentioned earlier, to paraphrase; If someone was in need of emergency or urgent care and searched for hospital or medical care, it would be prudent for us to ensure that only places that provided urgent or emergent care showed as top results.
I agreed with that reasoning, and liked the suggestion of using the offices type, being that they are medical offices. Unless someone else has better guidance, for now I left it as offices (and whatever other secondary categories fit for that campus).
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