More geojson.io work– i.e. a little node and on a little ubuntu

Continuing a previous post https://smathermather.wordpress.com/2013/08/24/a-public-sector-use-for-geojson-io/, I have been exploring the use of geojson.io for an easy to deploy way for folks to edit geojson.  For my purposes this led to a dive into node. Getting node to run well on ubuntu is not as easy as: Nope, tried that. Better to use/get a newer version of node. For this we turn to PPAs (Personal Package Archives). … Continue reading More geojson.io work– i.e. a little node and on a little ubuntu

A public sector use for geojson.io

Sitting in a meeting Friday, I was struck with a problem that needed solved quickly: we have a land cover classification being done by a third party for which we will have a team of more than a dozen entities doing some validation of the data.  We could print out paper maps for them, but that seems labor intensive and expensive.  So, I proposed we … Continue reading A public sector use for geojson.io