RE: [Geowanking] SDI - time for a new name?
jeremy at groundspeak.com
Fri Dec 28 10:39:54 PST 2007
I'd strike the word "Web" entirely.
Geospatial Technology is, I suppose, the general term we use, though we're more into neosurveying or locative media/gaming. Neogeographers for me tend to be the people writing the code (GIS types) while neosurveyors are the participants who are submitting their own content to maps.
From: geowanking-bounces at lists.burri.to [mailto:geowanking-bounces at lists.burri.to] On Behalf Of Sean Gillies
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Subject: Re: [Geowanking] SDI - time for a new name?
The GeoWeb term has been bogus in its own way. It's supposed to be an analogy to WWW or Semantic Web, right? But what's the defining characteristic of these webs? Links, computationally actionable links.
Geospatial architectures have always been sparsely linked, at least until Google Earth and KML hit the mainstream.
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