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Dear all,

Would it be possible to add also hyperlink, address, other contacts than
e-mail - to map? Currently it looks not very good if address is added to
name itself.

I propose to add such custom fields whenever someone would like to fill
them. Probably it would be easier to allow to add custom fields and if
hyperlink is identified then it shows it. You may also turn off any link
identification for possible security reasons.

Also I propose to move that map to TDF server and make it accessible at  website. It
would be much better and more usable than long list.

One development idea. Probably it would be possible to add two layers
onto map: /certified developers/ and /certified migration
professionals/? Then it would be easily possible to filter out certain
group of professionals according interest. For compatibility reasons the
list can also remain accessible e.g. at sub-page. This in turn requires
also to improve the entry and add certain values there to make filtering

Actually it would be good to make authentication easier - e.g. use same
identity as I log in other TDF-related environments. Here comes probably
another development idea - create a TDF ID which authenticates from
TDF's OpenLDAP server.

Best Regards,
Edmund Laugasson
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