On Mon, 6 Aug 2012, Stephen Jolly wrote:
On 5 Aug 2012, at 11:42, Kake wrote:
Metadata display: I've moved the postcode field up to join onto the
rest of the address, and moved the map links to one side underneath
the inline node map, to make the metadata display look a bit less
"wall of text" like. I will also be separating out the categories
(and maybe locales) at some point, though I'm not yet sure where to
I particularly like the inline node map, which I would happily see added
to other wiki guides, including RGL.
its actually what core openguides does. just on rgl we choose to not
I might personally be tempted to
hide the other map links behind an "other maps" link with a bit of
question of taste. (Perhaps several questions of taste...)
which is what rgl does.
Maps: I've added Stamen Watercolour and Google Satellite View to the
options already provided in core OpenGuides (OpenStreetMap and MapQuest).
I guess there's an interesting larger question here about how to choose
which maps to offer, and who should do it. I don't like the Wikipedia
solution, which IMO involves too much indirection and too much choice.
Having the wiki operator make a selection that feels appropriate to them
is a reasonable and simple compromise, but it doesn't feel ideal. It
might be optimal, however.
everything should be purple and bendy