[Hpr] World map of contributors?

Venant venant at protonmail.ch
Fri Jul 1 16:27:33 PDT 2016


leaflet does appear open source, but the license makes no mention that it is free software.


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Subject: Re: [Hpr] World map of contributors?
Local Time: July 1, 2016 3:39 PM
UTC Time: July 1, 2016 10:39 PM
From: clinton.roy at gmail.com
To: hpr at hackerpublicradio.org





On 1 July 2016 at 23:20, James Toebes <james at toebesacademy.com> wrote:
Never worked with it, but it seems like importing the info into a POI layer for open streetmaps would be the opensource way to go.


Leaflet ontop of OSM looks to be open source and easier than OpenLayers. Will do a little work today at our user group meeting :)

PS. Our user group, Humbug, traditionally meets on Saturday, which means we often get to have user group meetings on the same night as elections are held. This year, it's a double dissolution election (only the seventh Australia has ever had) and there are new voting rules for the second house, which are sure to confuse everyone. It's a lovely day for policy and procedure policy wonks :)

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Clinton Roy
Software Developer
Bloomberg VAULT
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