[OSGeo-Standards] Location codes - best standard4all
Munich Orientation Convention
volksnav at volksnav.de
Tue Jul 28 05:59:14 PDT 2015
until now it is „my“ system and the proposal is to be OGC’s starting with r100 www.volksnav.de/r100, so the consumer would have one more option. At the moment the promoters of squared systems are impeding an objective discussion but I’m sure the best system will overcome such resistance.
Von: Steven Feldman [mailto:shfeldman at gmail.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 28. Juli 2015 10:12
An: OSGeo Discussions; volksnav at volksnav.de
Betreff: Re: Discuss Digest, Vol 103, Issue 21
Your opening words encapsulate a problem for me (at least) “my system” - this is an open source community.
On 27 Jul 2015, at 20:00, discuss-request at lists.osgeo.org wrote:
From: "Munich Orientation Convention" < <mailto:volksnav at volksnav.de> volksnav at volksnav.de>
Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Location codes - best standard3all
Date: 27 July 2015 11:50:07 BST
To: < <mailto:discuss at lists.osgeo.org> discuss at lists.osgeo.org>, < <mailto:Standards at lists.osgeo.org> Standards at lists.osgeo.org>
my system isn’t easy to understand if you try to understand all 25 benefits at once.
Let’s describe only the location code benefit: the codes consist on hours, minutes and radius, nothing else. It was made for children, so please try to think like a child.
Instead of molesting your customers with an address like:
Howbery Park, Wallingford Oxfordshire, OX10 8BA,
you could indicate this: <http://www.volksnav.de/HRwallingford> www.volksnav.de/HRwallingford
193 blocks of houses from Oxford Carfax tower in direction m4,
respectively 93 blocks later than m4.
The width of a sector is radius/2 (!), so you’re close to the sector m5.
Besides: VolksNav is something like the military ro-theta navigation.
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