Kake L Pugh wrote:
> Backwards compatibility is safe. The kakemirror
> is running on exactly the same code and on the live London data.
On Tue 23 Nov 2004, Rev Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net> wrote:
Details? Is there a conversion process for OS coords
In the config file of the kakemirror I chose to use British National
Grid for distance calculations, so the guide knows to look in the os_x
and os_y metadata fields.
In the Vegan Guide to Oxford I chose to use the Airy ellipsoid, so the
guide looks in easting and northing metadata fields. These weren't
there already so I had to rewrite all the nodes with geodata - just a
case of pulling up the edit form and making a commit, since UTM guides
use lat and long for input and all guides store this info anyway.
Might be worth putting an example in the template, to
ensure people know
whether to use digital or degrees, minutes, seconds.
Good idea. Dom, take note and make someone do this :)