[ubuntu-uk] Support - Where are we in the real world

ian pettitt ian.pettitt at bbsrc.ac.uk
Tue Oct 19 09:04:15 BST 2010

On 18/10/10 22:23, Alan Bell wrote:
>    On 18/10/10 22:20, Will Bickerstaff wrote:
>> There is an open streetmap plugin for wordpess that can place multiple
>> markers using a flat file.
>> http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/osm/
>> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wp-osm-plugin#adding_a_list_of_markers
>> How manageable would something like that be?
>> Not looked at it too closely but I'd imagine pulling the marker data
>> from something other than a flat file would be a fairly trivial change.
> as luck would have it that was just pointed out in IRC
> http://beta.ubuntu-uk.org/where-are-we/
> there is a bit of a bug with it throwing up the error you see at the top
> of the screen. It can pull data from custom fields on posts as well. If
> pulling from a text file it has to be served up from the same server
> apparently, which should be fine (just means we can't pull from a page
> on wiki.ubuntu.com for example)
> Alan.

If the list was on the wiki, it could be pulled in using a php script 
(using curl) to present that extracted information in the format 
currently held in the flat file.

I use this to get dynamically present information from my Alfresco 
server into my PHP apps, using the Alfresco REST api.

If you have a page on the wiki with the information to pull in, I could 
have a go as a proof of concept, if this would be useful.



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