I'm In My Prime
- Jan 28, 2010
We have picked up a developer and they are working on implementation
What about politicians that claim they are not subject to the law while they're in office?Politicians work for us they do not rule us.
clubs near me is already a club feature on invisionFor a site like Fixer's, a person-to-person distance locator would work particularly well for that niche.
Personally I'm following this thread with thoughts on a different angle... IPS Pages allows for a database field type of an address, what would be useful would be to create a database of something like local car clubs or other organization and then being able to have your community members be able to use a filter to find "Clubs near me within X miles" (sort of like how eBay and other sites work for finding local auction items). Hhhmmmm, I wonder how hard it's be to create a filter like that.
What about politicians that claim they are not subject to the law while they're in office?
not sure about the filter, it would be quite the undertaking to create a database like you are talking on a national level, state level wouldn’t be bad reallyHow about a Pages filter?
He's not the one who said he's above the law but, funny enough, the two of them will be having something in common.
With IPS already using the Google Maps my curiosity is piqued; before this is over I suspect I'll be tearing into IPS code just to see what would be involved since Page filters is something I have not fully dived into yet.not sure about the filter, it would be quite the undertaking to create a database like you are talking on a national le
Sounds awesome, great to see people thinking like this, not all forums are networks but the ones that are anything related to location services is an improvement.With IPS already using the Google Maps my curiosity is piqued; before this is over I suspect I'll be tearing into IPS code just to see what would be involved since Page filters is something I have not fully dived into yet.
Thinking out loud... Use a Pages db with an Address field type then use the Maps API to search based on either the members location or an ad-hoc entered location (which would actually be more flexible in use).
1 life term could mean only 7 years in prison:How do you serve 12 consecutive life terms? Are they vampires? lol
In the United States, 1 in 2,000 people are imprisoned for life. There are many U.S. states in which a convict can be released on parole after a decade or more has passed, but in California, people sentenced to life imprisonment can normally apply for parole after seven years. The laws in the United States divide life sentences between "determinate life sentences" and "indeterminate life sentences." For example, sentences of "15 years to life," "25 years to life," or "life with mercy" may be given, which is called an "indeterminate life sentence." A sentence of "life without the possibility of parole" or "life without mercy" is called a "determinate life sentence" because a sentence of "15 years to life" means that it is a life sentence with a non-parole period of 15 years. Parole is not guaranteed but discretionary and so that is an indeterminate sentence. Even if a sentence specifically denies the possibility of parole, government officials may have the power to grant an amnesty, to reprieve, or to commute a sentence to time served.
An option for users to be notified of when a new member joins with in XXX miles of their location, this option should be set on registration and on member profiles.We have picked up a developer and they are working on implementation
I'd be interested in keeping tabs on what your dev comes up with in regards to pulling metadata from images in IPS (and if you scan the IPS forums at least a few others would be as well).Using the embedded EXIF if not available then manually set
Yea, the galley is already using all the available exif data to show the camera information and location.I'd be interested in keeping tabs on what your dev comes up with in regards to pulling metadata from images in IPS (and if you scan the IPS forums at least a few others would be as well).
For XF we're using https://exiftool.org to pull the metadata (for displaying the EXIF data below the forum attachments at Cameraderie). The current implementation of how we're using it in XF is not exactly efficient and it's on my To Do list for someday to read the EXIF at the time of the attachment creation, save the data in a new side table, and then retrieve it at run time along when the attachment info is retrieved. It's easy enough to pull the GPS data out (we don't display location data) but would be interesting to see is what your dev comes up with in regards to IPS offering stock integration of Google Maps Mapbox (eg: pull the GPS info from the EXIF then call the maps API to get detailed info' on the location).
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Unfortunately our community prefers the ease of attaching images to forum posts, not the gallery, which necessitates the need for handling EXIF with post attachments. Most "photography" forums I encounter are in the same position.Yea, the galley is already using all the available exif data to show the camera information and location.