alex at mapbox.com
Tue Oct 16 14:02:37 GMT 2012
That's kinda cool :)
Tom - from a scalability perspective, are you worried that notes would be part of the rails port database? I mean there could be potentially tons of notes, there could be significant read / write activity on them and it seems that they could potentially live in a different datastore.
On Oct 14, 2012, at 11:42 AM, Tom Hughes <tom at compton.nu> wrote:
> As agreed at last weeks EWG meeting I have now pushed my notes branch out into the world. The code is here:
> and a live version is running at:
> the notes layer is currently turned on from the edit menu, and new notes can be added using the link in the bottom right (which will also turn on the notes layer) when you are zoomed in enough.
> Current issues which we probably need to think about:
> * Control to turn it on is a bit hidden at the moment
> * No way to turn it off again
> * Notes don't have a title at the moment
> * Whether to allow anonymous users
> * If we are going to allow anonymous users then we need
> to add a name field to bug entry and commenting - the
> schema already supports it, the JS just doesn't expose
> it at the moment.
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