sure, but it is not the feature i mentioned: sorry for not having being
what i want to do is the possibility to adapt the number of articles in
relation to the scale of the map.
So If i have 500 articles at city scale, I'll have 500 articles at country
I think there should be a workaround, because the scale setting is in some
On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 11:42 AM, Max Semenik <maxsem.wiki(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The limit on radius is there for performance reasons,
and in general
increasing it will be pointless in densely populated areas as you will
get no more than 1000 points closest to your coordinates anyway.
On 13.11.2013, 0:05 Luigi wrote:
we've been developing a product to access the
knowledge in the
wikipedia in other ways... and of course we make use of the mediawiki
We are using geodata extension to construct a
nearby similar to the
wiki, but I'd like the possibility to retrieve articles beyond the
10000 limit radius: this is the case when I drag the map.
As example, you can zoom out your map at
"nations" scale, drag it
around the globe, and you'll see other articles which will be
pinned on the map. I've seen something similar within google maps
and other mobile app, so I read again the doc
I figured out this feature should be available
from geohack, which
is already included, by the use of parameter "scale".
However, I didn't understand how to use it;
also geohack is not
mentioned in the main doc
Should I pipe it with a generator? Any example
for doing it ?
Once again, thank you so much for your help to
Max Semenik ([[User:MaxSem]])