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OpenLayers Sandswarm

November 18th, 2009 by Tim Schaub · 2 Comments

OpenLayers owes much of its functionality to sandbox innovations in the repository.  At the FOSS4G conference in Sydney, I played a short animation representing commit activity in the OpenLayers trunk.  As a way of acknowledging all of the great work done by sandbox developers, I wanted to post a similar animation that shows sandbox commits as well.

Here’s the video on Vimeo. Trunk commits in orange/red and sandbox commits in blue/green (with apologies to the color blind). Credits to code_swarm for the animations.

Tags: Features

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 lu // May 11, 2010 at 12:05 am

    If you can teach me how to load local tiles whose projection is just like google on tms ,that will be very kind of you. Because when I want toload my tiles,the bounds and coordinates system are always wrong.I’m gonna be crasy to try to edit the JS code because there is not enough information on it. Thank you very much!

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    If you can teach me how to load local tiles whose projection is just like google on tms ,that will be very kind of you. Because when I want toload my tiles,the bounds and coordinates system are always wrong.I’m gonna be crasy to try to edit the JSsabo schmuck