Comments on: Announcing My Retirement (From Mapping Projects) Thu, 02 Mar 2017 22:34:44 +0000 hourly 1 By: Jon Thu, 04 Sep 2008 17:50:27 +0000 I’m interested in Gmap Uploader and would love the source code if possible. Open source would be nice, but paid for might be a consideration.

Currently we have a number of images we’d like to get processed. I submitted one 24 hours ago and it’s still not ready. Perhaps it would be easier if it was running on our own servers.

I’d like to talk to you about this possibility if you have time. Thanks!

By: Kyle Mulka Wed, 14 May 2008 07:09:18 +0000 Luistxo, thanks for the complements.

I should have clarified that my projects will still stay up one way or another. Neither Cartiki nor Gmap Uploader will die. I still plan to keep them running as long as its not too cost prohibitive to do so. I’m thinking about sharing the core of Gmap Uploader, specifically, the C++ code, built on top of the VIPS library, that turns a single image into a bunch of tiles.

I’m interested in hearing from people which parts of my projects people would be interested in, either as open source, paid for, or hosted somehow.

By: Luistxo (Tagzania) Tue, 13 May 2008 15:04:09 +0000 We met at that Wherecamp, Kyle, and I found Cartiki to be one of the most interesting things shown there. it’s a pity, really, that it didn’t took off. Does this mean GmapUploader will die? If the code can be shared, or even ported to other platforms (Tagzania no PHP thing, but Pythonic) it could still have a future.

I’m sure your new directions will be as interesting (at least) as your mapping efforts.

Me also far from the Geoweek of Silicon Valley, but still attached to maps ;-)