OpenGuides 0.45 has now been released, and now supports geolocation
worldwide. It is available from your favourite CPAN mirror, or
Made the geolocation stuff work worldwide. Squeeeeeee!
You can now choose between doing your distance calculations with
the British National Grid, the Irish National Grid, or a UTM
ellipsoid. If you wish to use anything other than the British
National Grid and you have pre-existing location data then you
will need to save an edit of each node with location data before
distance searches will work.
In less exciting news:
Fixed bug relating to lat/long representation.
Removed debugging warn accidentally left in last release.
Fixed some HTML validation errors.
Debian packages are also available from the usual place.
On Wed 01 Dec 2004, IvorW <ivorw-openguides(a)xemaps.com> wrote:
> I'd like to organise an OpenGuides BOF at the London Perl Workshop
> if there is sufficient interest.
I'm going to the LPW. What do you want to do with this BOF?
I'd like to organise an OpenGuides BOF at the London Perl Workshop
if there is sufficient interest.
A BOF is a Birds-of-a-feather gathering, usually a special interest
caucus at a larger conference. It does not need to appear in the
official timetable for the main event.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of lpw
Sent: 29 October 2004 15:58
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] London Perl Workshop: Registration now open
London Perl Workshop, 2004 - Registration open
Imperial College Union, London, UK Saturday 11th December 2004
Registration for the London Perl Workshop is now open. You can sign up
and a provisional list of speakers is here
As we hoped the workshop will be entirely free thanks to some generous
sponsors and we may also try and fit in an open, lightning talks style
informal track depending on circumstances.
Places at the Workshop may be limited by insurance constraints so please
-- The Organisers
The London Perl Workshop, Decemeber 11th Imperial College Union
> -----Original Message-----
> From: openguides-dev-bounces(a)openguides.org
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Kake L Pugh
> Sent: 01 December 2004 12:19
> To: OpenGuides software developers
> Subject: Re: [OpenGuides-Dev] OpenGuides 0.45 released
> On Wed 01 Dec 2004, Rev Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net> wrote:
> > Can you explain this setting? What are the options?
> You can use any ellipsoid accepted by Geo::Coordinates::UTM.
> > Do users entering coordinates need to know?
For some background information, please see the slides for a talk I gave to London.pm