Firstly I'm struggling with the whole concept of 'mapping' individual premises.
Why do we need to start mapping shops/pubs/offices etc when we have Google and Foursquare for that?.. and hopefully more partners to come.
I agree with the other comments that it's too much work and personally, adding and updating shop names does not interest me in the slightest, never mind all the URs that this could generate.
I just can't see that we have the resources to keep that level of information accurate and up-to-date - and bad data is often worse than no data!
In any case, I actually think it's nigh on impossible to navigate to premises to that level of detail.
For instance, when going to a shop/restaurant, where do you want to be taken?
- The front door
- The nearest car park
- A cheaper car park slightly further away
- The nearest free car park
- The delivery bay round the back
It could be any of the above based on the circumstances of that visit - so you are
- dropping someone off
- popping in for 5 minutes
- 1 hour
- the whole day
- making a delivery.
One significant thing I did note was the guidance relating to Parking-Lot area place:https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Places/Parking_lot#Principleshttps://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Places/Parking_lot#Privately_operated_public_parking
If we adobt this then that means most of the Parking Lot areas in the UK should be removed as they are specific car parks dedicated to customers/staff/residents/students of that premises and do not meet these principles.
A good thing I feel - and it would mean that a 'go to nearest parking' feature in the client would actually be useful rather than taking me to the private car park of the office block next door where I'm likely to be clamped.