wouldn't those place properties be usually grouped by a relation like this one ?
this site also used to have technical stories. like this one. so its actually a welcome change from "what would benet..." series.
seriously, this is different from openstreetmap... how ?
ok, so it's more limited (addresses only) and uk only.
adding the missing info in osm is a much better idea.
The easy solution would be simply to put a card on the nightstand giving the name of the safe hotspot you should connect to. And/or name the hotspot "Mariott Internet - all other hotspots should be avoided"
Warnings in my hotel room Do me no good in the lobby or bar or front desk when I'm trying to pull up my reservation on the e-mail.
do you work for marriott ?
most decent hotels have wifi network listed on an obvious sign in the lobby. even if not, you could ASK at the reception "which wifi network should i use?"
(for the record, marriott is not the worst when it comes to wifi - hilton sucks ass and can go and burn in some tar pit or something)
Mandatory free parking as part of any building, requiring that the development use 4x as much land as the actual building on it requires.
underground parking ?
densities of 5TB, 6TB, and 8TB
is that really proper use of "density" ?
i haven't met a woman like that personally. i haven't had terribly bad experience with women, either.
but there's this crusade which is getting more and more crazy. while it is lead by a crazy minority, there seems to be no opposition to that assholish behaviour.
well, here's some
ah, indeed - and some look like drop-in replacements for atms (quality matters, though) : http://www.sunsoninput.com/pid...
good point about the fingerprints... but at least there are ways to avoid that.
and i guess the idea is that people are less likely to forget their phone these days.
overall, seems like a silly idea with so many drawbacks that are being ignored...
it seems like it's actually bullying by crazy females (not really women, they have stopped being such).
they can't bully rockstars or sportists (see what is their attitude to women...), so they just choose a soft target that will not fight back - it people, scientists.
and then somebody whines why in some circles geeks see women with suspicion - after rejection and ridicule in school, after bullying later...
and the normal women don't speak up.
have a pin pad. officer hands the pad to you in/on your vehicle, you enter the pin (make sure to hit all buttons in a random order afterwards).
around here, police verifies all data you give them (licence, vehicle registration, insurance) with the hq. if they can't communicate, they are not allowed to perform any of those checks (and i think the internal guidelines say that they must "return to base" or something like that)
and there seem to be quite a lot of other projects like this, for example - https://grasswire.com/
one issue might be that news are more interesting for various parties to push their agenda. a wikipedia article can be used to shift perception, but it is likely to be corrected. a fake news item, even if later corrected, will have impact on the perception of the viewers.
as an example, grasswire covers russian-ukrainian war, and it gets very slanted messages through every now and then.
Uselessd shows that systemd's parts are not as tightly coupled as people suppose.
or more like "systemd's parts don't have to be as tightly coupled as they are"