IL NUOVO PARCO ACQUATICO
Il primo Cable Park full size dell'Emilia-Romagna
Comment from starwakepark on 1 May 2014 at 20:02
Comment from Jedrzej Pelka on 1 May 2014 at 20:09
Calm down, you damn potlatcher, stop overusing Caps Lock and explain what is the object you're trying to map.
Comment from starwakepark on 1 May 2014 at 20:20
I would like to map my CABLE PARK - starwakepark - that we are building in Via Francesco BERRETTI 55 PORTO FUORI - Ravenna area is the one we mentioned: what did we go wrong? thanks
Comment from Jedrzej Pelka on 1 May 2014 at 21:30
Huh, thanks for prompt response and sorry for my a little harsh language :)
First of all, I'd change the name to not ALL CAPITALS. As I can see on the park's website, it can be written "Starwake Park".
As it seems to be a sports object, I think the best tagging for it would be not tourism=theme_park, not leisure=park but leisure=sports_centre with sport=wakeboarding (used already 7 times, according to Taginfo).
In addr:street, only the street's name goes! The number is already in addr:housenumber.
Wikipedia link should point only to an article of the particular object. As there is no such article yet, there's no point in adding such a link.
I'll edit that place now, look in a few minutes how you find it.
Comment from Jedrzej Pelka on 1 May 2014 at 21:38
Some other notices: the tags natural=rock and designation are definitely not for tagging such a place.
Regarding all those POIs spread around the park's area (drinking water, bar, pub, restaurant, toilets, cafe, fast food, picnic site) - are these really there? If you put them there by accident, don't forget to delete them. Remember this map is live!
If there are any streets, footways etc. on the park area, feel free to add these.
Comment from Jedrzej Pelka on 16 May 2014 at 20:32
Now you stopped doing any edits and you're not even answering any comments. Hello? Please show some responsibility for your edits!
You're that wakeboarding park's marketing dude and you're completely clueless about what OpenStreetMap is for, aren't you?
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