I'm working on a block of different-sized buildings, which is effectively one big building. Each building has a name, which I want to tag, but it's impossible to accurately determine the areas for the individual buildings; it seems the best I can do is to tag the entrance doors. I've been looking at name= and addr:housename= , but I'm not sure if either of these is right. So, can anybody advise me about the right tags to use, or suggest a better system?

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I would tag the entrance node with building=entrence addr:housenumber= addr:housename=

It might be hard to define different buildings in a block but from what I can understand two buildings can be considered the same if they are in the same block and have the same hight.

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answered 16 Jan '11, 16:58

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OK, thanks. I'll go with that.

(16 Jan '11, 19:40) tongro
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