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Peter Rushforth
@prushforth
Welcome to Map Markup Language chat
Peter Rushforth
@prushforth
Have just updated the MapML spec. Replaced the template[@tref] element with link[@tref], which is semantically closer to its HTML namesake https://maps4html.github.io/MapML/spec/
Satoru Takagi
@satakagi
@prushforth Hi, I am a web mapping framework developer .
Do you know svgMap?
I have worked on w3c etc. for more than 10 years to make standards for web mapping using SVG.
Its architecture is quite heterogeneous compared to those of OGC's specs and implementations, so it may take time to understand, but this material may help with that.
I think this material I published recently will help you to understand it.
Satoru Takagi
@satakagi
And this submission will be start point of svgmap in w3c.
Satoru Takagi
@satakagi
Thanks to independent and ongoing development, I believe that SVGMap has features that are not found in other Mapping architectures. Therefore, I believe that the contribution of SVGMap will allow us to evolve better Web Map.
Satoru Takagi
@satakagi
I think this material I published recently will help you to understand it.
https://www.slideshare.net/totipalmate/quad-tree-composite-tiling-in-english
Peter Rushforth
@prushforth
Hello Tagaki-san, I believe I have come across svgMap some time ago. It looks very interesting! I was tinkering with your demo site this morning. I hope we can collaborate. Have you looked at MapML and the <map> / <layer> custom elements? We have been trying to bring together the divergent worlds of OGC standards with those of the broader Web by means of sponsoring OGC testbeds (into which interested W3C members, and others are very welcome to participate). I think a good place to start for examining the operating principles of the Maps for HTML community is the use cases and requirements document. It's not definitive, but it gives a sense of how I think we need to approach the problem of bringing maps to the Web. An important consideration for me was articulated by Tim Berners-Lee when he described the design principles of the Web, called the Test of Independent Invention. Effectively it says that we can't expect the content of the Web to change for us, we must adapt to that content. What do you think? Anyway, thanks for joining our community!
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