I was also wondering about OpenStreetMap, and if there was any sort of
cooperative integration with Wikimedia projects.
As far as useful maps, the genealogy society I am a member of has these
incredible resource maps.
Main locality page:
It's Google Maps but I think it's really great. There's no mobile version
of these pages but I checked that the map works pretty well on my iPhone.
It is content rich and interactive, pointing to resources.
I have also created maps that trace biographical data for a Holocaust
survivor in my family that mapped where he was during and after the war. It
is probably overkill for many biographical entries but for important
historical figures it might be sort of cool.
I also like leaflet -- http://leafletjs.com/
-- very gorgeous.
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On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 6:29 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki(a)gmail.com>
Elias Friedman, 02/05/2016 23:42:
I have never found interactive maps to be
particularly useful anyplace
found them throughout the web. They're too small and limited in
functionality; when I've been given the option, I've usually clicked
through to get a regular Google Maps page.
What defines "regular"? The available space? Is an OpenStreetMap.org
also "regular" and to you prefer a link over transclusion?