A short note that I updated my export template for a adaptive website to work with Zim 0.61. You can find it on my github page. It is very much work in progress, but perhaps it will be useful to somebody.
I wrote before about Zim, a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Although mostly aimed at individual use, notebooks can also be shared as html files (and a few other formats) by exporting the notebook or individual pages as web pages, as explained here. And to give you an idea what you can get, see here an example of one of my notebooks.
For one of my projects I wanted to create a small web-site with fact sheets that provide a short description of vegetation types in eastern Africa. These fact sheets go together with vegetation maps we have created for various countries in the region. The idea was to keep the fact sheets as notes in a Zim notebook, and use the export function to create a small web-site. Continue reading
The development of open source spatial tools is amazing. A while ago I wrote how one could create mobile maps using a range of tools, including GRASS or QGIS, Maptiler, and Mobile Atlas Creator (MOBAC).
Outdoor sport or field work, a GPS has become indispensable. But what if you want to use your own maps? If you are using an Android smartphone and one of the map viewers available on android market, this is fairly easy. You’ll need your favorite GIS application (e.g., GRASS or QGIS), Maptiler, and Mobile Atlas Creator (MOBAC). Continue reading
Seems pretty cool, now all I need is to upgrade my phone to Android 2.3 device because it won’t run on 2.2 or below: http://www.bernawebdesign.ch/byteblog/2011/08/21/qgis-android-works-2/