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Update from FOSS4G

October 22nd, 2009 by Tim Schaub · 2 Comments

We’ve seen a good bit of OpenLayers activity at the conference so far.  Last night, a crowd of 25 or so gathered at the OpenLayers Birds of a Feather session.  It was a good opportunity to hear how people were using the library in their applications.  We got plenty of suggestions on ways to improve things.  Among them:

  • More OpenLayers.Console.warn and error calls for better diagnostics in debug mode.
  • Clean up examples: more consistent coding style, remove examples of deprecated behavior (or archive them separately), organize examples by category and make them more easily discoverable.
  • Finish moving style declarations to CSS (pink tiles first!)
  • Work on separating GUI from controls, more event driven design.

We hope that people have a chance to dig into some of this work at Saturday’s code sprint.

Tags: Conferences · Features

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 kehubaogao // Jan 21, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    This is just great! Do we have multi-languige support for this package? I am running a server in Chinese Version. Cheers!

  • 2 Some thoughts from FOSS4G 2009 | DMSG Technology Center // May 25, 2011 at 9:12 am

    [...] recent vector rendering capabilities introduced in v2.8. The OL BoF resulted in some good ideas for future work and I’m looking forward to refining the patch for the graticule control at the code sprint [...]

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