[postgis-users] Re: [GENERAL] Map of Postgresql Users (OT)

Claire McLister mclister at zeesource.net
Thu Oct 27 10:21:14 PDT 2005

Good point. This might actually be a problem. Google Maps API requires 
each server that is serving the map to be registered with Google, and 
send the corresponding key when making the Javascript request.

Unless the mirrors can each send their own keys, this will not work.


On Oct 26, 2005, at 6:02 PM, Robert Treat wrote:

> On Wednesday 26 October 2005 18:24, Claire McLister wrote:
>> On Oct 26, 2005, at 2:08 PM, Brent Wood wrote:
>>> There has recently been a thread on the Postgres user list about a 
>>> web
>>> based postgres user/developer map. Claire has built a Google map 
>>> based
>>> system, getting locations from IP addresses.
>> Just so people know, this map can be found at:
>>   http://www.zeesource.net/maps/map.do?group=456
> I'm going to loop in a few more people here :-), namely the pg web 
> team who
> will probably be able to give pointers on site integration. One thing 
> to keep
> in mind is that the postgresql website is statically mirrored onto a 
> number
> of different servers, so any solution we come up with will ideally 
> allow
> itself to that. I believe a google maps system can do this (we can 
> mirror the
> javascript code and the location/data file on all mirrors and the 
> google map
> will work with it as is), which is why I originally went with that 
> type of
> solution.
> -- 
> Robert Treat
> Build A Brighter Lamp :: Linux Apache {middleware} PostgreSQL

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