Hello.

I have to add 20 repairing workshops (in West of France) who filled a form on my website. Each one corresponds to a collaborative group of people and generally, one or twice a month, they propose to anyone to come and repair together small electronic appliance, clothes, bicycle, small furniture. Some of this organization signed the charter "Repair Café" https://repaircafe.org/en/ .

I have read several discussions (english and german) and wiki pages about dedicated tags. But it's still not clear to me and I'd like to have your feedback and hopefully a kind of official tag.

If someone know an international or french open-data map about repairing workshop, tell me.

My idea is to put this tags :

  • repair=assisted_self_service : always
  • amenity=workshop : always
  • leisure=Repair cafe : if they signed the charter "Repair Café".
  • repair:clothes=yes
  • repair:furniture=yes
  • repair:computers=yes
  • repair:camera=yes
  • repair:bicycle=yes
  • repair:electronics=yes

Is it correct ?

Thanks.

Christian

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I think repair cafes are a good idea lots of stuff that goes to landfill or for scrap can be repaired of used for spares. The problem mapping the cafes, unless they are a cafe as well, is they seem to be closed most of the time. Maybe create a node with the contact info telephone, website or email.

(07 Aug, 11:43) andy mackey

I'd suggest having a look at taginfo to see what tags other people have used for this sort of thing.

(07 Aug, 12:21) SomeoneElse ♦

Maybe create a node with the contact info telephone, website or email.

yes. The schedules of the place (sometimes a café, sometimes not) is not the same as the one for the repairing workshop. I think it also think it should be a separate node.

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