[wp-hackers] Re: Place, Geotagging

Alex Hempton-Smith hempsworth at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 4 22:18:02 GMT 2008

That being said, after reading the GeoURL site properly, it's all open
source anyway - so it should stay that way. Perhaps a site redesign though

-- Alex

On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 9:59 PM, Alex Hempton-Smith <
hempsworth at googlemail.com> wrote:

> If a true Web 2.0 service was developer for this, GeoURL looks promising
> but isn't too pretty (and doesn't look like it offers GeoTagging of an
> entire blog and specific posts - the current meta tags would conflict), I
> can see it something Automattic would buy up.
> Gravatar, IntenseDebate and now PollDaddy are services which feed into the
> blogging community - a really good solution for GeoTagging would be another
> one of those services.
> -- Alex
> On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 9:52 PM, Alex Dunae <alex at dunae.ca> wrote:
>> > There would be real benefit for a defacto-standard method to emerge. WP
>> has
>> > enough market-share to start seeing that happen.
>> There already seems to be a de facto standard for geo-tagging entire
>> sites: the GeoURL ICBM Address Server.  They use a simple meta tag and
>> I've seen it all over the web.
>> See http://geourl.org/
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