[ddj] Helping Greenpeace UK to put things on maps?

William Shubert (wshubert@INTERNEWS.ORG) wshubert at INTERNEWS.ORG
Tue Jun 11 17:01:26 UTC 2013

Not sure if this will work for his application but Greenpeace in Brazil has used InfoAmazonia's custom wordpress template for some of its mapping projects.



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Subject: [ddj] Helping Greenpeace UK to put things on maps?

Attention data wranglers!

Damian Kahya who works at Greenpeace UK (in carbon copy) is working to put a geocoded database on a map with a search function [1].

He has something running, but not with a search function and is looking to fix this tonight in time for a release tomorrow morning UK time. I imagine this should be fairly easy for anyone who has done map based web applications before...

Pretty short notice, but is anyone up for helping him tonight? If so please feel do ping him off list.

All the best,


[1] https://twitter.com/damiankahya/status/344442070125142017


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