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Plone Maps (collective.geo)

Project description

Overview

collective.geo allows to geo-reference Plone content types and to display this information over a map.

The core of collective geo is composed by the following packages:

collective.geo.geographer
provides geo annotation for Plone. (repository)
collective.geo.openlayers
enables openlayers machinery into Plone. (repository)
collective.geo.settings
provides some utilities where settings of collective.geo packages can be stored (repository)
collective.geo.mapwidget
provides some handy page macros and adapters to easily manage multiple maps on one page. (repository)
collective.z3cform.mapwidget
provides a mapwidget for z3c.form framework. (repository)
collective.geo.contentlocations
provides a GUI for collective.geo.geographer. It provides some simple forms to add geographical coordinates to Plone content types. (repository)
collective.geo.kml
provides KML views for georeferenced objects, allowing Plone content types to be visualized in Google Earth. (repository)

To display the maps, collective.geo takes advantage of Openlayers, a JavaScript library for displaying map data in web browsers, with no server-side dependencies.

As a default map source we can select OpenStreetMap, Google Maps or Bing Maps.

http://plone.org/products/collective.geo/screenshot

Requirements

Installation

This addon can be installed has any other addons, please follow official documentation.

Upgrade

To upgrade collective.geo go to in the Plone Site Setup > Addon.

When an upgrade is available a button will appear next to Plone Maps (collective.geo) product. Click the button to upgrade.

Dexterity

Dexterity support on collective.geo is provided by collective.geo.behaviour

To include collective.geo.behaviour package when you install collective.geo, enable the “dexterity” extra:

[buildout]
...
eggs =
    collective.geo.bundle [dexterity]
...

Documentation

The package is documented at collectivegeo.readthedocs.org. The sourcecode for this documentation resides in the docs folder of this package, please contribute.

Contributors

  • Giorgio Borelli - gborelli
  • Silvio Tomatis - silviot
  • Gerhard Weis - gweis
  • David Beitey - davidjb
  • Adam Tang - adam139
  • Christian Ledermann - cleder
  • Leonardo J. Caballero G. - macagua

Metrics

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Changelog

2.2 (2014-08-16)

  • Updated c.geo.mapwidget to 2.1.3 [gborelli]
  • Updated version and year of collective.geo docs [macagua]
  • Added documentation about collective.geo.usersmap [macagua]
  • Added documentation about collective.geo.flexitopic [macagua]

2.1 (2014-02-26)

  • Moved robot test from c.geo.behaviour [gborelli]

2.0 (2013-10-29)

  • Added robotframework tests [gborelli]
  • Added Sphinx documentation [gborelli]
  • Added travis-ci configuration [gborelli]
  • Added extras_requires in setup.py to use g.ceo with Dexterity [gborelli]
  • Added buildout configuration
  • Refacrtorized package structure [giacomos]

0.1 (2011-03-06)

  • First release

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