Thomas Schwab RCE BenE Muenchen


(Thomas Schwab) #1

Since the end of 2014 I am in contact with the transformap community, now its time to register. During last weeks Michael Maier integrated the Greenmap Data BenE München collected in Munich/Germany into transformap. Report: GreenMap Munich Import complete. With this, we try to develop a instruction for the import of Greenmap Data into transformap.
I recomend a book from Paul Hawken: “Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Social Movement in History Is Restoring Grace, Justice and Beauty to the World”. German: “Wir sind der Wandel”.


(Jon Richter) #2

Hi @RCE_BenE_Muenchen great meeting again! Weren’t you hosting us during the last summer gathering?


(Thomas Schwab) #3

Hi Jon,

yes, thats right. It was a pleasure to host your meeting last year.
Actually I am talking with big sustainability organisations and networks
in Munich about a servant role for the different topic-maps:
Fair Trade: NordSüdForum http://www.muenchen-fair.de/
Organic: Bund Naturschutz Ökologisch Essen
http://www.oekologisch-essen.de/content/05_einkauf_gastronomie/einkauf_gastronomie.html
Identities: Münchner Machbarn http://muenchnermachbarn.de/karte/

NordSüdForum has its page in Typo3. Is there a description for
Transformap-Integration like for Wordpress?

During the Social Barcamp Inclusion we developed an idea for cooperation
with NGOs which focus on wheelchair accessibility, like the /Club
Behinderter und ihre Freunde e.V./ for Munich. If you click in
Transformap on the icon of a institution with data on wheelchair
accessibility, there is a wheelchair icon in different colours under the
address field.
The idea: A link from this Icon could be set to the description about
special toilets etc.
http://www.cbf-muenchen.de/orte-fuer-rollis/rolli-toiletten. What do you
think about this idea and who could be a expert for the further discussion?

Best
Thomas


(Jon Richter) #4

2 posts were merged into an existing topic: Webinar: presenting the first Transformap API


(Michael Maier) #5

Not yet, because I have no access to a Typo3-site where I could try it out.

But it should be as easy as for Wordpress, because it is no special Plugin, but just a bunch of JavaScript/HTML/CSS which should run in any CMS if the source code is copy/pasted here.

I would be happy to try it out on a Typo3 CMS too if it works in reality, because Wordpress did some weird modifications to content users paste in.

We use OpenStreetMaps ‘wheelchair’-scheme for that information (in the same way as WheelMap does. We can display the wheelchair toilet information or description text from OpenStreetMap too.

Using the information on cbf-muenchen.de is more complicated, we have to contact them if we are allowed to use their descriptions. Or we just set a link to their sites for every poi, e.g. with “wheelchair:description:url”. In any case, someone have to manually set the links for each POI in OSM to the respective site on cbf-muenchen.de.

But it would be a good example of a basic Linked Data approach!