On Sat, Feb 04, 2012 at 04:30:38PM +0000, Kake L Pugh wrote:
(Another request - could this mailing list be set to
Sorry for the duplicate reply, Dom.)
I'm going to leave the list as it is, I think, because I've seen so
many strong opinions on both sides of that particular debate that
changing it probably isn't going to gain much (and I've seen plenty
of mistakes, both replies off-list that should have been on-list and
the more embarrassing converse).
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 07:51:57PM +0000, Kake L Pugh
> - Remove the recent changes display from the
> It's always full of spam.
On Thu 02 Feb 2012, Dominic Hargreaves <dom(a)earth.li> wrote:
Thank you! Might be worth including the navbar on the front page now,
Good point, done.
Ticket created: <http://dev.openguides.org/ticket/279>
I'm happy to do these bit by bit as and when I get a free moment - is
that how you're envisaging it happening, or would you like me to look
into writing a bot to do it?
I would not object to either approach :)
> - Switch
to the most recent version of the Google Maps API.
> Version 3 of the API is much smoother and also optimised for
> mobile browsing.
Hmm, I'd prefer to see core OpenGuides
updated for this.
Me too! I seem to remember that what's stopped us upgrading in the
past is that URLs would have to change (the zoom levels used to go in
the other direction) and people didn't want that to happen. This is
why I wrote the RGL addon, because I wanted to go to v2 of the API
(and later I changed it to use v3).
Thanks, that's a useful explanation.
When you say
smoother, do you mean the coding process or the user
I was thinking of the user experience, but actually I think the coding
process is simpler too.
It seems like only yesterday we upgraded to v2...
but then uses the GMap object rather than GMap2. Judging by Trac:
- Add more categories to the sidebar (see the
Cambridge Guide link for an
Oh, good idea.
Added ticket: <http://dev.openguides.org/ticket/280>
Does this need a lot of discussion, or can I just suggest some and see
what people think?
It's... a wiki. Suggesting some will be fine :)
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