On Thu 05 Apr 2012, Kake <kake(a)earth.li> wrote:
> In fact we have two of lots of the
"Saint" colleges, oh dear. I think
> this is probably due to our OxPoints import - I somehow didn't notice
> that the convention was to put a dot in (possibly I didn't notice this
> _because_ Catz wasn't in the list of Colleges).
On Thu 05 Apr 2012, Janet McKnight <janetmck(a)chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
Oh bother, sorry, I should have picked that up too.
Can you delete
the undotted ones?
Done! While checking that this hadn't left any orphaned links, I realised
that Templeton College should probably now be Green Templeton College:
* 'Internet Access' is probably a superset of
'Wifi', 'Free Wifi' and possibly some other things I haven't
Added those three to my script.
* 'Oriental Food' would presumably include
'Thai Food' etc... though I think you said we might just get rid
of it as it was a bit of an awkward term to use.
It's a really weird and old-fashioned term, and I actually have no
idea what it means (e.g. is Japanese food "Oriental"? Is Malaysian
food "Oriental"? What about Xinjiang food? I bet different people
would give different answers to those questions.)
* I've noted some burblings about 'Coffee
Shops' and 'Cafes', but
actually now I think there's a place for both: if the former means
places that sell coffee grounds/beans/etc to take away and make at
home (a coffee off-licence!), then they're two overlapping categories [...]
On RGL we have "Coffee Shops" for places that you would go to to drink
coffee, and "Coffee Merchants" for places that you would go to to buy
coffee beans. "Cafes" might serve coffee, but if they only have
Nescafe instant, they're not coffee shops.
How do you want category/locale subsets submitted to
you in the
future? I may think of others.
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