massimo.menichinelli at aalto.fi
Fri Mar 23 10:10:00 GMT 2012
there are many different ways to achieve this, Ushahidi for example or I
can do it with Drupal. However, if our only need for the moment is to
map participants, probably it would be better just to look for a
Wordpress plugin than another application..
There are many plugins for this, but this one looks very good: it uses
OpenStreetMap, we can export KML, GeoJson and other formats (even for
AR). There is also an option for visualizing a map as fullscreen (so
then we can embed it on other websites through iFrames).
What do you think about it?
On 22.3.2012 1.30, Xavier Leonard wrote:
> Hi Kat-
> Does Ushahidi fit the bill? »»
> I believe if you use their plug n' play hosted version of the app, you
> could still embed the interactive map anywhere you want.
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 3:28 PM, Kat Braybrooke
> <kat.braybrooke at okfn.org <mailto:kat.braybrooke at okfn.org>> wrote:
> Thanks to Hanna, Xavier and others for your introductions so far -
> has been really interesting to read about all of your affiliations
> and links, and it's great to see we all have joined this open
> design discussion from such a diverse array of locations and
> Speaking of, it would be great if there was some sort of open [ie,
> non Google], map-based visualisation that could display where we
> are all from in the world and what areas of design we identify
> with. If it was possible for new working group members to
> contribute as they join, that would be even more great. Anyone
> know of non-proprietary apps or software we could do this with?
> I'd like to implement it on the design.okfn.org
> <http://design.okfn.org> site if so!
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