[Wiki Loves Monuments] timeline for WLM Layar app?
raunator at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 13:02:42 UTC 2011
I'll test whether LightRod http://www.lightrod.org can be used to
generate Layar output.
2011/6/13 Maarten Dammers <maarten at mdammers.nl>:
> Hi Platonides and Raul,
> I added the mailing list to the cc.
> Op 6-6-2011 0:31, Platonides schreef:
>> On 05/06/11 18:48, Maarten Dammers wrote:
>>> Hi Raul,
>>> Op 3-6-2011 11:39, Raul Kern schreef:
>>>> what's the planned timeline for the WLM Layar app?
>>>> A working Layar app would be an additional plus for WLM-ee to ask
>>>> sponsorship from local mobile company (a Layar supporting smartphone
>>>> as price for example).
>>>> And it would also help to get more people hooked to the competition.
>>> Platonides has been working on the API. If the a basic API is up and
>>> running we could output things in Layar format. Platonides, how is
>>> development going? When the framework is up adding different formats
>>> shouldn't be that hard.
>> It should be working now.
>> See http://toolserver.org/~erfgoed/api/api.php
>> Although maybe there's still some bug with some untested option (I hope
>> there's not!). Kentaur has been adding KML output. I guess it's working, too
> Thanks for taking he lead on this Platonides. Api looks nice! Is the feature
> to provide a bounding box already available? That's used by Google
> Earth/Maps and OpenStreetMap.
>> What's the format of Layar files?
> The format of Layar files is described at
> http://layar.pbworks.com/w/page/7783213/API-structure .
> In short: The client (a phone) provides a location and some more info. The
> api should return POI's (point of interest) in a JSON format.
> So on the search side we need bounding box and point+distance search to get
> this working.
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