This one time, at band camp, Kake L Pugh wrote:
Neat. I can't work out what the second photo is though.
It kinda loses something without the context. It's a
micro-hydroelectric plant we stumbled upon in a village in NW Vietnam.
We followed the spiderweb of cables strung from all the houses to this
stream, which emerged from a cave, to find sluices going into oil drums.
The turbines are hand-carved bamboo and the genrators are motorbike
alternators. I was well impressed.
So, what sort of thing do you need from us? Are you
wanting a way to
customise the openguides software to your needs, or are you wondering
about ways to connect up the guides a bit more, so say the London
guide would automatically have links to the London bits of your guide
in the right places and vice versa?
Well all of the above, I guess. For starters, I'd love to have
somewhere to host it. I have a (user mode linux) server but it's
kinda RAM-limited, and I suspect a busy Wiki would bring it to its
But more importantly, how does it fit in with the whole Openguides idea?
And how do you bridge the gaps between them? You end up with all kinds
of metadata problems if you expect each guide to use the same kinds of
categories, geographical standards etc (e.g., UK postcodes are unique in
the world for the way they work).
Rev Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net>
Given the choice between two evils, I pick the one I haven't
- Mae West