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 http://code.google.com/apis/kml/documentation/kml_tags_beta1.html#balloonstyle. 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 http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/requests/45. 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 MoisanFor 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 ;-).