Oh and Key:recycling:green_waste - OpenStreetMap Wiki
It does apply to an area, so it can be used. But no one will understand amenity_1. The only way to support waste and recycling is to map it as separate nodes. Personally for me it’s not that important.
Usually the doors are locked and accessible via key or fob as per example image. Non-locked probably exist but haven’t encountered any.
Not every such shed may contain paper waste container.
Of course the tagging should correspond to reality. It’s more of a discussion of best practices and not as a law that every mapper must use. As stated, it’s a case of micromapping
Not having a paper bin is a bit strange tho as apartment association (KÜ) does not get billed for emptying the sorted paper and organic waste container by the garbage disposal company. So having one would make sense but I see your point.
@Mateusz_Konieczny, glad to read that such sheds are used elsewhere and are not a local oddity.
No one will understand amenity_1.
I sure hope not That’s the default when adding another amenity tag to object on OSM web app.
Thanks for linking the discussion about recycling! It is a bit different topic as recycling implies that it’s for greater good and those points are publicly accessible (and free). We can discuss it in another thread.
By preset do you mean a preset in iD editor?
What if in some other country they have a similar thing, but it’s different enough for different tags? Do they have country-specific presets?
But if they do then I think the way to go is to create a pull-request. People want a lot of things, usually there aren’t enough people to implement them . That’s quite a niche feature unless it magically gets a big support.
If someone had an experience of contributing to the iD editor, please correct me.
Of course access=private should be checked whenever it indeed is not accessible by public but most of the time such sheds within residential areas are private or for residents usage only.
The tags could be further improved by adding waste=household; trash and so on but my version is the basic of what there will be per local law since recycling is already mandatory for big residential houses.
Those point tags could be merged into area tags as its redundant to mark area and then point if its possible to do it in are itself.
It’d be great if we could vote for a good name for the preset, that’s also easily translatable to other languages. The preset would also need complete tags and properties, I’ve simply added all the tags I found in this thread.
@qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq: There’s a “locationSet” property that you can add to the preset which limits the regions it’s visible in. The street signs have their own prefix, but the presets seem to be global currently, with a visibility-per-region property.