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  • #46176
    Juanjo
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    Hi,
    it seems that amenity=watering_place + drinking_water=yes are not present in OAM. May I ask you to add them as well as adding them to the POI database?

    Cheers

    #46179
    ChristianK
    Keymaster

    drinking_water= yes ist set as Eqivalent to amenity=drinking_water and therefore included in the pois
    If you found a Node where this rule fails please give me the OSM-ID

    amenity=watering_place means: Water quality suitable for animals
    Thats not included in OAM

    #46181
    Juanjo
    Participant

    Hi Christian,

    drinking_water= yes ist set as Eqivalent to amenity=drinking_water and therefore included in the pois

    That I know and, as far as I can see, they are displaying properly in OAM.

    amenity=watering_place means: Water quality suitable for animals
    Thats not included in OAM

    My point is that there are cases where water of watering places is perfectly suitable for humans as well, this is very frequent in Spain. You can see an example here: https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2719695084
    As you can see this one is tagged as amenity=watering_place + drinking water=yes. One can say ‘well, just tag it as amenity=drinking_water’, but then a second node is needed for the watering place which makes no sense.
    BTW, the ‘No ensucien el agua’ sign means ‘Do not dirty the water’, this is because animals, specially cows, would not drink from the drinking trough if the water is dirty. They are very demanding about water quality ;-)

    Cheers

    #46214
    ChristianK
    Keymaster

    Hi Juanjo

    I also use these watering places to refill my drinking bottle.
    Unfortunately, the whole thing has become a legal problem in our stultified age.

    Maybe I will enter these places as cattle watering places in the POI ONLY.

    Its on TODO

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    #46467
    ChristianK
    Keymaster

    I added amenity=watering_place to tag-mapping (not shown in current Elevate)
    Its included in POIs, however Locus has NO icon for this tag so its renderedn with the standard blue “i” Icon.

    Best regards
    Christian

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