The project that currently is in its second incarnation has multiple aims:
So here you go:
This is my recommendation on which attributes to use for stolpersteins, an English version of what you can find on stolpersteine-in-bonn.de if you open the burger menu and select Stolpersteine in OpenStreetMap.
The first table contains attribute values that should occur precisely as given.
Please provide memorial and memorial:type because the former is commonly used for memorials while the latter is commonly used for stolpersteins.
The second table shows attributes you should use with appropriate values (of course only when those values are known)
|image||Reference to a photo of the stolperstein|
|inscription||The stolperstein's inscription|
|memorial:text||The stolperstein's inscription|
|memorial:addr||The stolperstein's historic address|
|name||Name of the viction (without 'née' etc.)|
|object:city||City where the stolperstein was laid|
|object:country||Country where the stolperstein was laid|
|object:housenumber||house number where the stolperstein was laid|
|object:postcode||house number where the stolperstein was laid|
|object:street||street where the stolperstein was laid|
|person:date_of_birth||when the victim was born|
|person:date_of_death||when the victim died|
|start_date||when the stolperstein was was laid|
Please provide both inscription and memorial:text because the former is commonly used for all memorials while the latter is commonly used for stolpersteins.
When editing the data of the stolpersteins in Bolzano/Bozen I for the first time needed to use the multilinguality of the object scheme. Note that this also allows to add a location's German (this makes sense as many German maps still show them and some don't even accompany it with the actual (e.g. Polish) name. This may perhaps make some sense for locations written in the Cyrillic alphabet but even then it has a imperialist taste to it.
|object:city||Meran - Merano|
|object:quarter:it||S. Maria Assunta|
|object:quarter||Maria Himmelfahrt - S. Maria Assunta|
|object:street||Meinhardstraße - Via Meinardo|
|object:suburb||Untermais - Maia Bassa|
Note that I considered to write the Italian name first but then again about 2/3 of the inhabitants of the South Tyrol region speak German as their first language. I resorted to ordering the languages alphabetically by their country code.
Finally here is a list of attributes I urge you only to use after having read the OpenStreetMap wiki entry Key:addr as for all attributes starting with object: follow exactly the sames rules apply as for their addr: counterparts