The aim of this prototype is three-fold:
For the first aim, this is primarily about surfacing content that is not geotagged (which as we know is the majority of our content!) and also to verify any locations that we do have set (for example through enrichment).
For the second aim, the point is to keep it really simple - everything is automatically put on the map in a tentative location and users simply have to confirm, move or reject.
And for the final aim, all the data that is captured is available as a very simple geoJson feed (example feed for Oxford area)
v0.1 initial prototype October 2014
Template The site uses the Bootleaf template at it's core, developed by bryanmcbride.com. It's a responsive template for building web mapping applications with Bootstrap 3, Leaflet, and typeahead.js. Open source, MIT licensed, and available on GitHub.
Logo and map icons designed by Michael Harrison (my talented step-son).
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Hopefully it's all straightforward ...