[python] Re: Putting pythons on the map

  • From: Jürgen Mages <jmages@xxxxxx>
  • To: python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2011 22:55:13 +0200

I like the Legg Lake Foto best:


But it seems that you have to adjust your GPS. See comment on


"Could you please map this photo correctly and not in the middle of San Francisco Bay? Thanks" ;-)

BTW: How is the Bipolar performing?


On 09.07.2011 21:18, Vi Vuong wrote:
Not only figuratively speaking (promoting python), but for practical
reasons also, e.g. Pythoon theft, Bipolar travel, and networking...

Imagine someone had snapped pictures of the Pythoon and uploaded
while it was missing around where Dirk has mentioned http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=55.400016,10.386647&daddr=Rug%C3%A5rdsvej+37,+5000+Odense,+Denmark&hl=en&ie=UTF8&sll=55.399684,10.376866&sspn=0.008091,0.024827&geocode=FVBWTQMd13yeAA%3BFWJSTQMdODGeACm3EUEr5N9MRjE4bMX2OY-j3Q&mra=ls&dirflg=w&t=h&z=16&lci=com.panoramio.all

As part of the mobility/usability test, the bipolar went on a recent
trip to Albany, Cambridge/Boston, and LA, mostly trails and parks.
My Garmin 295W has a built-in camera w/ geo tagging which has been
quite handy on the trip. Photos were taken at rest location along the
route, which should help the community track it down...  All went
well, so the photos now serve a travel log.

On http://maps.google.com/ there is option to display photos, which
is powered by Panoramio (Google's target acquisition,
http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/annc/annc_panoramio.html)  It
seems quite easy to use, other than the lack of batch uploading,
which may have something to do with the unlimited storage allowance.
So far, I have only found a way via batch uploading to Picasa, then
one click for each photo to Panoramio. http://blog.panoramio.com/2010/02/uploading-your-picasa-web-albums.html
 It seems that Panoramio has to select / approve the photos before
they can be searched.  In the mean time, the forum may be a way to
connect... http://www.panoramio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=36450




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