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From: "Kake L Pugh" <kake(a)earth.li>
Sent: 23 November 2004 23:03
Subject: [OpenGuides-Dev] OpenGuides goes global
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22:59 <Kake> OI!!!!
22:59 <Kake> Everyone!
22:59 <Kake> I did it!
23:00 <Kake> OpenGuides location stuff now works worldwide.
Well done!! It definitely needed doing.
I got as far as CGI::Wiki::Plugin::Locator::UTM but then ran into trouble integrating
with the OpenGuides install process. I also managed to get my changes out of sync
with the CVS repository and gave up for a while, and have not recovered the circular
running entirely on UTM. CGI::Wiki::Plugin::Locator::UK isn't even
installed on the machine any more.
Can you give an example node that has a location? I had a scout round, but couldn't
find anything with coordinates.
23:00 <Kake> ...and you've all gone to bed
so I have to be excited on my own.
Backwards compatibility is safe. The kakemirror on london.openguides.org
is running on exactly the same code and on the live London data.
Find by distance is broken. I'm getting:
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete
Please contact the server administrator, webmaster(a)openguides.org and inform them of the
time the error occurred, and anything you
might have done that may have caused the error.
More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
I too am one who would like to offer my full support and encouragement.
Anyway, well done - it's worth saying again: well done Kake!