Re: [tdf-discuss] LO contributors map
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Thanks for doing this Robert, it is a great tool!
Have seen you added you to the list - but seems the mail-address
couldn't be reached (user doesn't exist).
Just a minor point, I believe it may be better to put the input
box for latitude first and then longitude second as I believe this
is the format followed for geolocation. This will help in
minimizing the amount of errors in setting up the pins when people
input the locations.
I will see. Have never done anything with geolocation and only seen it
on Marble/Linux. There it is shown the way I did.
It may also be good to divide the "infrastructure" category to
"infrastructure" and add "website" or "website development" or
something of the sort. For example, some of us are not part of the
infrastructure team, however, we do input a bit on the website (in
my case event banners) and help out if there is a particular need
for help on some webpages.
Every task needs a layer in the map. So it could be better you will
choose "infrastructure" for you and add a comment in "Miscellangelous".
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