I have uploaded a module to do X and Y coordinate mapping. It is a wrapper for
I intend to integrate it into OpenGuides. But I wonder how it will sit alongside
the existing CGI::Wiki::Plugin::Locator::UK. This could be an install question,
with the option of UK only, UTM only or both (though I don't quite know how
having both would work.
Also, to use UTM you need to specify an ellipsoid - different ones work better
for different parts of the globe.
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From: Gordon Tytler
To: "Ivor Williams"
Sent: 01 April 2004 14:04
Subject: Re: Fw: Augustin's 8 Simple Rules for Open-Source Business Strategy
> You might find this interesting. It has zoomable maps with user editable
> reviews for pubs in the location.
I wondered if you might be able to help me? Listed under one of your guides is the Oxford vegan club.I was sent to your site from a page on the internet which was about the OXFORD VEGETARIANS-Dining out group.There is a telephone number to contact the group for more information,being Penny Edwards on 01865 377 563.This number is now out of use and I wondered if you had updated information available about the group and how to contact them.