KML Balloon Templating and Charts

Now that's slick.

Speaking of KML 2.2, leave it to the OGC to turn this bookmarkable, addressable web page into a 268 page Word document. Even as a PDF, discussion of the proposed spec on the internet is hampered. Unable to begin discussion like (for example) this:

I have misgivings about What do you think of it?

we're stuck instead with:

I have misgivings about section 6.5 in the PDF that's archived under Will you click through, download, unzip, search for that section and tell me what you think of it?

Can we not use the web like the IETF does?.


Re: KML Balloon Templating and Charts

Author: Yves Moisan

For a great many organizations, the web is just an access point to Office/PDF files. The city of Montréal published its "Plan de transport 2007" in May as a PDF file that you are meant to comment on through a form on their portal. Download the PDF (huge because it's all nicely imaged in final, presentable form), read it, copy/paste sections you want to comment on (presumably prepare all your comments in some text editor beforehand), then copy/paste in the forms' "Comment" text area and "Submit". EasyCommenting reinvented ;-).