A script to semi-automatically map pages in a LocalWiki instance
Testing out a really rough, semi-automated pagename geocode thing using the LocalWiki API.
The idea is that you’d run this against a LocalWiki instance and it will add maps to pages that don’t have maps but have page names that look a lot like addresses.
This is really only useful for LocalWikis that were birthed from a legacy wiki import or something where you’ve got lots of pages with addresses-for-pagenames but no maps.
$ pip install localwiki-geocode-pagenames
This was thrown together when migrating ArborWiki.org from their old wiki software. They had a lot of pagenames like “34 South Parkside” but the pages themselves lacked maps.
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